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post #11 of 32 (permalink) Old 06-22-2020, 04:35 PM
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So this is the new cooler they were working on? Sigh...

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So if you use this how are you supposed to cool the memory chips? Usually the ram is also cooled by the heatsink on GPUs these days.

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looks interesting.
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Disappointing that they made such minor changes.

Quote: Originally Posted by UltraMega View Post
So if you use this how are you supposed to cool the memory chips? Usually the ram is also cooled by the heatsink on GPUs these days.
It comes with heatsinks, as mentioned in the OP.


Quote: Originally Posted by HEXUS

  • 3pc copper and 8pc aluminium heatsinks provided for memory and VRM chips

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Quote: Originally Posted by looniam View Post
THIS. as long as it can be returned in the same physical condition as in the box.

its like over the years there has never been any news threads on how warranty void stickers are void themselves.
lol, yes. But that (wonderful)law isn't applicable everywhere unfortunately.


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Too bad it's only available in black.

I always forget that the computer parts I buy have a warranty, do people really concern themselves with that sort of stuff?
If you hadn't had to RMA any components, then you've been really lucky.


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As others have said it is disappointing they didn't try to raise the bar and increase the cooling capabilities of the morpheus line.

What's w/the 12 Cu heatpipes claim? Isn't it just six continuous heatpipes going through the base?


Fin Material Aluminum Alloy; Solder assembly
I wish other heatsink manufacturers would go back to soldering their fins to the heatpipes.

Is Raijintek the only game in town for aftermarket VGA heatsinks for newer GPU's?
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I was looking forward to this one, but what a bummer. I was hoping for more cooling potential.
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post #18 of 32 (permalink) Old 06-23-2020, 01:25 AM
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so when will be able to buy it?

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Quote: Originally Posted by TK421 View Post
so when will be able to buy it?
Raijintek haven't mentioned pricing & availability.

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I'd love to see this cooler with liquid metal TIM... that'd really be some killer performance...


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