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Old 15-06-17, 05:25 AM
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It would be nice if Corsair braided the fan cable to match the pump hoses.

Nice review as well.

@TTL have you considered using a Tablet to have your graphs on for the reviews as it could look better than having multiple sheets of paper.

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Nice review and nice to see this card performing nicely with the temps tamed a bit and interesting to see not much real difference between 1600 to 2500 rpm on the fan
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It would be nice if Corsair braided the fan cable to match the pump hoses.

Nice review as well.

@TTL have you considered using a Tablet to have your graphs on for the reviews as it could look better than having multiple sheets of paper.
That's a damn good idea, Could have it in white too *no apple stuff though*

Samsung Galaxy in white would look great for the channel IMO -

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Old 15-06-17, 03:27 PM
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A question could you swap out the 120 AIO with a 240 considering it's probably only an asetek AIO, maybe something like the kraken x61, H105 or H110 which have a round pump
Not really man, it is indeed Asetek made but the baseplate surface is actually different.

Even if Tom managed to mod it, the contact would still be improper and require the use
of extra copper shims etc.
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@TTL have you considered using a Tablet to have your graphs on for the reviews as it could look better than having multiple sheets of paper.

Be a faff putting them on there but youre right it would look loads better
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Be a faff putting them on there but youre right it would look loads better
I actually like the "getto" look
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Be a faff putting them on there but youre right it would look loads better
Could even use a laptop? Would be easier to get them there. Not sure if it would look better though
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