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Old 15th April 2008, 09:59   #1
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The last level of Crysis runs straight, still another few last opponent and... black. Fast rage rises, which turns still faster in panic - the expensive Grafikbolide is still welfare?! To the restart the easement comes, because the map is still fully functional. Fast the crash cause is found: Both the temperature of the diagram chip and the temperature of the potential transformers rose into exorbitant heights. Now thus a new radiator must ago, which holds not only the chip but also the potential transformers temperature. Here the "Battle Axe" sets from the house Xigmatek - four Heatpipes, Direct Touch procedures and two 92mm-Luefter are to provide for cool construction units. A task, which already many manufacturers placed themselves - we will see whether the "combat axe" grew the high waste heat of current 3D-Beschleuniger.

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Old 15th April 2008, 11:37   #2
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Just my little advice:

Don't buy it if you plan to use it on 7x00 nVidia cards. Bought one, and still got no idea on how to install it. (Installing it in fact has as result the cooler sticking out of the connector side of the card, making it impossible to slide the card back in your case.)

Sent a mail to the shop I bought, who transfered it to Xigmatek, but got no reaction in a couple of weeks.
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can you forward me your email & details? you know my address; will try to send it to a contact I have at Xigmatek
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