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    I know, but the 770 is cheaper than the 680
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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array JackNaylorPE's Avatar
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    Kicking this again .... perchance Poseidon w/ 780 Ti ?
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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array Zeruel's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by JackNaylorPE View Post
    Kicking this again .... perchance Poseidon w/ 780 Ti ?

    Im starting to think this project is dead like the MARS 3....
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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array JackNaylorPE's Avatar
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    I can understanding them not doing it at this point in time..... simply very little buzz about re-release of old cards .... all the press wants to hear about now is R2xx and nVidia 800 series. Methinks they'd wait until a new card came out to introduce this platform and therefore get more mileage outta the release.

    However, the release of the 780 Ti does give them that opportunity.

    Or, perhaps focus group testing showed that peeps liked being able to see the coolant thru the acrylic box or they were just too skeptical of anything that wasn't DIY.
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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array JackNaylorPE's Avatar
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    Damn...... I hate it when I'm right ..... see 10-19 and 11-06 posts above ... ..... especially when I don't listen to myself and wait just a little longer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ganji View Post
    I think it's a really good idea and hopefully one that gets used on other cards too as it would save buying a new block fro each upgrade. All fit into a dual slot card too
    Ditto - While I love to lavish money on my pc, the mrs. has other ideas! lol. Buying a waterblock for a gpu that will be upgraded in a year or so is... a bit over the top. imho

    I would love to buy more cool stuff for my pc cause I love it... but it's hard to justify all the fiddly shiny bits with times being as hard as they are.
    Last edited by bbs428; 12-05-2013 at 10:15 PM.

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