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with so many custom pcb cards already (asus and gigabyte, with a evga ftw model coming soon) i need to wait and see what ones there actually are waterblocks for, hopefully there is one for the asus card, that thing really flies!

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with so many custom pcb cards already (asus and gigabyte, with a evga ftw model coming soon) i need to wait and see what ones there actually are waterblocks for, hopefully there is one for the asus card, that thing really flies!

And it comes with a great back plate :D

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And it comes with a great back plate :D

 

yep, i think the perfect 670 would be a 4gb asus direct cu2, with a nice waterblock and then ill oc the hell out of it,

 

any word on a 4gb direct cu2 card?

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yep, i think the perfect 670 would be a 4gb asus direct cu2, with a nice waterblock and then ill oc the hell out of it,

 

any word on a 4gb direct cu2 card?

 

I'm not sure ASUS would do a 4GB card. AFAIK they never had any card with added RAMs. And I thought you were going to take 2x680 a few months ago :P

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I'm not sure ASUS would do a 4GB card. AFAIK they never had any card with added RAMs. And I thought you were going to take 2x680 a few months ago :P

 

 

if i were in america i would have 2x 680s, but here each card costs $760, so for the price of two 680s here i could trisli them if i bought from america

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I've got my GTX670 on the way. I picked up the EVGA Superclocked. Can't until it gets here.

 

Congrats!

As for Asus increasing VRAM, they have never done than till this point of time.

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Congrats!

As for Asus increasing VRAM, they have never done than till this point of time.

 

alright, looks like either the asus card or get a stock evga one with 4gb ram, then watercool it

 

the badass heatsink of the asus card doesnt matter, cause im liquid cooling anyway.

 

i can get the asus one for $550, and at the moment the 4gb card will be over $750, so ima wait till i see what waterblock options there are

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^^ Considering the price of 4GB card, the best option is to wait.

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In with the new... WOW is all I gotta say. BF3, Skyrim and anything I can throw at it plays without a single hiccup at 1920x1200 max settings. 60FPS constantly makes me want a 120hz monitor :evilgrin:

 

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No dust filter and this much clean case? Wow! just wow!

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Congrats!

As for Asus increasing VRAM, they have never done than till this point of time.

 

just found this, they are certainly planning for 4gb cards,

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they have the spacing of ram setout for more chips, so looks like a 4gb model will be here, considering it is a full custom pcb, they wouldnt make spaces for more chips if they arent going to be used

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