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post #11 of 74 (permalink) Old 06-10-2020, 07:29 AM
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Stop being so but hurt. There is a stark difference between watercolor oem in 2017 and hsf at $150 cost alone in 2020. Do try and keep up with current times. Even though it's still rumor.
There isn't, a 120mm rad AIO was $100 no clue how you're defending AMD charging $500 for it when it was garbage. Nvidia's heatsink doesn't even look like a normal heatsink. Looks like a thermosiphon, those don't look like heatpipes.

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This new design is going to force EK to redesign their blocks...

its going to take forever before they release compatible ones.
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where are the "ITS 100% ABSOLUTELY FAKE, NO WAY POSSIBLE! RABBLE RABBLE, DAMAGED PCB" crowd go?

guess this is one way to shoehorn us into buying pre-blocked cards.

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There isn't, a 120mm rad AIO was $100 no clue how you're defending AMD charging $500 for it when it was garbage. Nvidia's heatsink doesn't even look like a normal heatsink. Looks like a thermosiphon, those don't look like heatpipes.
Pretty sure vega frontier LC was a workstation card. Also, I don't think there has been a better solution put together than what AMD did with the vega 64 LC.
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I'm not sure where the idea that you would be paying separately for the cooler came from, I didn't see anything along those lines in the article.

That is one seriously ugly cooler though, they seem to get worse looking with each generation. What they do with reference coolers will continue to be irrelevant to me as long as they continue to allow companies to put their own cooler on the cards. The Radeon VII was the first and last time I will buy a card that is restricted to having a reference cooler.

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Pretty sure vega frontier LC was a workstation card. Also, I don't think there has been a better solution put together than what AMD did with the vega 64 LC.
Again please explain to me how $500 more for a garbage AIO over the air cooled FE makes sense. Even though it had an extra reservoir it was still garbage. I've seen multiple users replace it with a 120mm asetek AIO and drop from 60c to 50c.

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correct, means its an included price inflation.

FE is also usually has the highest # of lottery winners
$2K to block your 3080ti

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Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
There isn't, a 120mm rad AIO was $100 no clue how you're defending AMD charging $500 for it when it was garbage. Nvidia's heatsink doesn't even look like a normal heatsink. Looks like a thermosiphon, those don't look like heatpipes.
This is a pretty incoherent response. You are comparing a watercooled oem solution vs a 2 fan solution and imply that you don't see the difference between the 2 when it comes to cost. Well, I'm sorry you don't get the rudimentary understanding how watercooling is better then air cooling and the costs associated with it. However, as it stands, it's rediculous that it cost $150 for a 2 fan hsf solution for a video card. Regardless of what configuration it's found in.


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It's clear you despise AMD and view everything associated with them as part of your retort. However, it's very clear to me that when you are triggered to reply in threads that show nvidia in a bad light your responses are more rabid in defending nvidia then actual acceptance to the situation at hand (be it rumor or otherwise). Which clearly shows your bias to ignore the conversation at hand. Be that as it may, it's clear that your own bias trying to say that a 2 fan hsf is better at cooling then watercooled oem is simply irresponsible on your part. Even if you don't care about how it negatively impacts your own credibility.

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Pretty sure vega frontier LC was a workstation card. Also, I don't think there has been a better solution put together than what AMD did with the vega 64 LC.
Compared to a 2 fan design it did keep the video card cooler.

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Reference coolers are always kind of blah. Anybody buying a $1000 3080+ can afford to actually cool it.

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Reference coolers are always kind of blah. Anybody buying a $1000 3080+ can afford to actually cool it.
affordability is a choice.

though more & more fancy high end coolers ending up in drawers = more coolers for me to turn into powered & framed wall art.

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