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it just arrived and i have to say ... i'm already in love with it biggrin.gif pics incoming
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Originally Posted by calvinbui View Post

here is my 2600K + 580 SLI setup biggrin.gif
the BS-06 fan and top blowholes make it possible
temps and fan speeds here too thumb.gif
some sleeving work needs to be done on some of the cables are you can see
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Question: what is that piece covering the right side of the GPUs?
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Originally Posted by calvinbui View Post

here is my 2600K + 580 SLI setup biggrin.gif
the BS-06 fan and top blowholes make it possible
temps and fan speeds here too thumb.gif
some sleeving work needs to be done on some of the cables are you can see
397

Question: what is that piece covering the right side of the GPUs?

 

You quoted the answer. It's BS-06 fan bracket. It's a Lian Li accessory that mounts to the vented slots next to the PCI slots.

http://www.lian-li.com/v2/en/product/product06.php?pr_index=233&cl_index=2&sc_index=34&ss_index=83&g=f

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Just awesome!

Please tell me thats a Accelero S1 Plus cooler on your gpu! I'm using the same cooler on my 650 ti and its nice to know that it works with more higher end cards. Curious about temps also thumb.gif
    
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Nope, it's a Twin Turbo II without cover.


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Got my new lan rig setup smile.gif
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Nope, it's a Twin Turbo II without cover.

Fooled me biggrin.gif

It looks very similar to the S1 Plus:



i bet they perform just about the same, what are your load temps with the setup you have?
    
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what are your load temps with the setup you have?

max. Temp. is 68 °C with OC@1240/3500 on gtx 680.
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what are your load temps with the setup you have?

max. Temp. is 68 °C with OC@1240/3500 on gtx 680.
Those are great temps. I got the stock cooler and I get about 75-78c with no OC lol.
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