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Old 20-10-10, 08:08 AM
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OK I have seen a cooler that's uber cheap. What I need to know in a hurry is this, because there's only one left..

Does the 8800 GTX/Ultra use the same heatsink pattern (bolts layout ETC) as the 9800 GTX/GTX+

Edit. Hmm seems not atm.

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Old 20-10-10, 08:36 AM
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if you mean extra from the 4main central ones it doesnt dude.
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Old 20-10-10, 12:46 PM
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They're not the same. I've found the one I need and have submitted an offer.. Fingers crossed I can detoast the toaster lol
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Old 21-10-10, 09:38 AM
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hi all. im new to this forum and you could say pc gaming.iv just bought a new system with stock 2 evga gtx 460 768mb in sli, corsair 6gb 2000mhz ram, stock i7 930 @ 2.8 ghz, corsair H50 watercooler, asus extreme 3 Motherboard. Windows 64 bit Ultimate..etc. I love games like crysis (cant wait for the sequel). My machine is getting shipped to me now hopefully arrives this week! Can anyone answer if these specs will run crysis/warhead at highest everything without a glitch? thanx for any advice!
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