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Old 15-06-21, 04:29 PM
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PowerColor lists AMD's Radeon RX 6900 XT LC graphics card on their website

Yet more evidence of AMD's Liquid-Cooled Gaming Flagship.



Read more about PowerColor's RX 6900 XT LC graphics card.

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Old 16-06-21, 12:38 PM
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Looks like a tidy solution at fist glance; but the sleeved cables zip tied to the hose look as though they are too short and zip ties on a premium of premium product? Please. The little details, guys; the little details.
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Old 16-06-21, 12:46 PM
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Looks like a tidy solution at fist glance; but the sleeved cables zip tied to the hose look as though they are too short and zip ties on a premium of premium product? Please. The little details, guys; the little details.
Looks like its designed to fit as an exhaust fan at rear of the case and no where else.
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Old 16-06-21, 03:02 PM
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Looks like a tidy solution at fist glance; but the sleeved cables zip tied to the hose look as though they are too short and zip ties on a premium of premium product? Please. The little details, guys; the little details.
It looks more like an after thought really, they should’ve gone the Fractal route - hiding the fan cable inside of the sleeving.
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Not to mention a single 120 rad, as Alien mentioned in another thread. Rads are cheap, and these cards are ridiculously overpriced already, they can't make a 240 / 280 / 360 variant?
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Tbf they have always used a 120 rad. They worked well too. Even the fury x.
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Tbf they have always used a 120 rad. They worked well too. Even the fury x.
Thats what I tried to say.
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