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naaa those rear mounted rads are not looking good in my eyes

prices are pretty much same (after exchange) so you showed me some good things charlie and you brought one more doubt to my already twisted mind -_-
i found that watercool heatkiller for 6850 is even cheaper then rasa gpu/ek hf vga or any new universal gpu worth to buy block. but i could get some problems to mount it on other card in future. universal blocks are cool things, but somehow they are getting more and more price lol. + heatsinks for memory cos the 6850 dont have any of them on memory

only 6 barbs? some of them are provided with blocks?
6 barbs are included in the kit, you need a total of 12 so I added 6. Also, the XSPC Rasa GPU blocks cost $100 for two of them, or $50 each. Much cheaper than that other block you listed. In my list all of the prices were for the stuff after being multiplied by their quantity required.
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post #12 of 16
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it rly looks like i have no other option. many of you said that i should go with haf so i will go with it wish me luck
good luck , report back with any more questions or concerns

amazon has it for $139 and free standard shipping.

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i found that about the price of rasa gpu is not 100$ of one block but look at this
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=29887 some kind of half cover block xD
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i found that about the price of rasa gpu is not 100$ of one block but look at this
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=29887 some kind of half cover block xD
Interesting... It covers the GPU core and the memory but not the VRMs. This would definitely be a better option for you, especially considering how much easier it will be to connect them together.

The only problem I can see is restriction, I have no idea how restrictive these are. As long as you run them in parallel you shouldn't have any problems though.
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post #15 of 16
didn't notice something like this before, its usually uni blocks or full cover blocks. good compromise in price/performance.
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Interesting... It covers the GPU core and the memory but not the VRMs. This would definitely be a better option for you, especially considering how much easier it will be to connect them together.

The only problem I can see is restriction, I have no idea how restrictive these are. As long as you run them in parallel you shouldn't have any problems though.
those are quite low restrictive blocks so i will not go parallel cos i could end with only one card getting all flow and other overheating also memory on most of cards are in same place, but the screws could be problem to cover the other then 6850 card. but im not going to upgrade my rig for some time

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didn't notice something like this before, its usually uni blocks or full cover blocks. good compromise in price/performance.
its the way of watercool ;D look at vrm od sb nb blocks from them
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