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post #21 of 74 (permalink) Old 06-10-2020, 08:33 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by EastCoast View Post
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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To further add:
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 to cater to how you feel. Something I don't believe anyone can satisfy. 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 your own credibility.

Compared to a 2 fan design it did keep the video card cooler.
Seems like someone is triggered, instead of actually responding you just attack. AMD actually released a product with an overpriced garbage AIO that caused the card to throttle. This is a rumor and we haven't received official pricing. Again it doesn't look like a normal heatsink it looks like a thermosiphon.

I call out AMD's garbage coolers just like the Radeon VII, reference Navi 10. When was the last time nVidia released an awful stock cooler?

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But then that means you have to use EK and just ewww.

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Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
Seems like someone is triggered, instead of actually responding you just attack. AMD actually released a product with an overpriced garbage AIO that caused the card to throttle. This is a rumor and we haven't received official pricing. Again it doesn't look like a normal heatsink it looks like a thermosiphon.

I call out AMD's garbage coolers just like the Radeon VII, reference Navi 10. When was the last time nVidia released an awful stock cooler?
LOL, I just call it like I see it. Besides, you don't deny it.
And I don't have a need to say the same thing again as I've already defeated your argument.

As it stands now I truly believe that the:
3070 = $999.99
3080 = Over $1100.00
3080ti/3090 will be well over $1200

Looks like Nvidia is pricing themselves out of the market with the hubris to believe they are on par with Apple. With people like you defending them no wonder things are looking that way, imo

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LOL, I just call it like I see it. Besides, you don't deny it.
And I don't have a need to say the same thing again as I've already defeated your argument.

As it stands now I truly believe that the:
3070 = $999.99
3080 = Over $1100.00
3080ti/3090 will be well over $1200

Looks like Nvidia is pricing themselves out of the market with the hubris to believe they are on par with Apple. With people like you defending them no wonder things are looking that way, imo
You never responded to my argument you keep avoiding it. Instead you just throw insults because you're too blind to see nVidia isn't just making GPUs just for gamers. They're making a global change unlike AMD who's still trying to play catchup to their competitors.

The last 5 GPUs AMD released had major issues that some still haven't been resolved or overpromised and underdelivered. You get what you pay for.

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Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
You never responded to my argument you keep avoiding it. Instead you just throw insults because you're too blind to see nVidia isn't just making GPUs just for gamers. They're making a global change unlike AMD who's still trying to play catchup to their competitors.

The last 5 GPUs AMD released had major issues that some still haven't been resolved. You get what you pay for.
That trick won't work. I've already told you. You simply don't like the answer. So you make up that I don't answer you "a certain way".

Nvidia see's hsf like apple see's wheels, lol


But Apple actually has the market. Nvidia is only dominating GPUs. That's the difference.
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Nvidia see's hsf like apple see's wheels, lol
You mean AMD with their $500 garbage AIO? lol

You're going overboard over a rumor while we already saw AMD try that with their FE.

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Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
You mean AMD with their $500 garbage AIO? lol

You're going overboard over a rumor while we already saw AMD try that with their FE.
Why are you so mad about this years and years later? Move on. This is a thread about 3080 and above coolers.

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Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
You mean AMD with their $500 garbage AIO? lol

You're going overboard over a rumor while we already saw AMD try that with their FE.
Feelings...whoa whoa whoa feelings...

$150 for a 2 fan hsf solution that is rumored to be part of the entire lineup of the higher end 3000 series when a 3 fan solution should be adequate at 7nm. If not it is telling of the amount of power heat the gpu generates if it's true. Which will bring us back to the Fermi days.


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Why are you so mad about this years and years later? Move on. This is a thread about 3080 and above coolers.
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Not really evga always has the hydro copper and frankly the best gpu's anyway.
best non-standard boards. otherwise, FE tends to be the best silicon.

n have they refined the hydro copper blocks to actually cool VRMs yet?

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