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+/-25% + depending on case airflow + he have't add the extra GPU ...i would say STOP
you do give a lot of good advise here but some times... sorry
Those figures were for 570 SLI + x6 @ 4.4 GHz.
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instead of starting a new thread.. this backplate works w/ the EK 580 block right? not sure if ek is coming out with 570 backplates but i dont want to wait lol

http://www.evga.com/products/moreInf...0Hardware&sw=4
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instead of starting a new thread.. this backplate works w/ the EK 580 block right? not sure if ek is coming out with 570 backplates but i dont want to wait lol

http://www.evga.com/products/moreInf...0Hardware&sw=4
If the 580 block is compatible with the cards (it is), so is the backplate as they use the same mounting screws.
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mcp350 good enough for 3 blocks n 2 rads?
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mcp350 good enough for 3 blocks n 2 rads?
Yes that's fine, especially with the XSPC Top you have for it.
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1. can i mount the fan outside the case?

2. will a thick rad like XSPC give enough clearance? i'd love to see a pic

i've searched day and night for a pic of someone running a single rad in the rear of 700d/800d but cant find anything

and yes i also know about modding the bottom for a 240, but i dont have the tools for that really



1. Yes, that's exactly what I did. There are holes drilled for it too.

2. You have to put the in/outlets up top.

My pic isn't the greatest but you can see the RX120 in there, and the thickness makes it a slight pita. Btw, there's a RX360 up top. Normally I run dual gpu blocks, but don't have them in atm.
Edited by tsm106 - 1/4/11 at 7:03pm
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^ thanks for the pic! +rep

it looks huge in there lol even with the fan outside.. hmm i think i'll pass on that option


edit:

NVM on the SLI questions!!! did some research and figured it out lol
Edited by koven - 1/5/11 at 2:18am
post #38 of 38
It is rather big huh? I chose to put the 120 in there because the cards I had before, 4890CF just put out too much extra heat into my loop. Ea. card puts out 240watts at idle lolz whereas 570s put out 25w at idle. You won't have the same heat issues I did.

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