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Re: Nvidia 7800 waterblocks?

Mittwoch, 6. Juli 2005, 10:38

Zitat von »stu_allen«

Looks good!

But what about the ram at the rear of the card? ???


Hmm, i dont think that the ram at the rear needs to be cooled better than with an air flow...

Perhaps passive coolers, but a full implementation into the auqagrafx would be much too heavy...

Nexxo

Junior Member

Re: Nvidia 7800 waterblocks?

Mittwoch, 13. Juli 2005, 22:33

Then you simply make a GPU support bracket! ;)

Re: Nvidia 7800 waterblocks?

Donnerstag, 14. Juli 2005, 00:53

Excellent idea! I likes it ;D

Jessica

Junior Member

Re: Nvidia 7800 waterblocks?

Samstag, 16. Juli 2005, 01:11

Hi there can i make a suggestion these gfx cards are brand new on the market we have had several emails regarding blocks for the 7800 the way we look at it is there are lots of models from different manufacturers and most of them stick to the reference design however there are sometimes exceptions.
So all we can say is when Aqua are confident enough to release their new block they will
The 6800 blocks which are still our best sellers speak for themself nobody has had any problems in fitting these blocks this is due to them being well designed and well thought out prior to release. For example a few companies we know were to quick to release air coolers for the 6800 such as Artic's REV 1 cooler where one size did not fit all they had several complaints and some customers with broken gfx boards after trying to fit on the instructions they were given :'(.
GFX boards actually snapped this is why they brought out the REV 2 version.
So please be patient with AC i dare say they are onto it however reputation goes a long way in business and quality, performance and easy fitting need to be addressed i would rather wait for a quality block than a make do version that needs some DIY.