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    Techzonez Governor Super Moderator Conan's Avatar
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    Check Out The Heat Sink Of This Nvidia Card!

    Check it out it's a stock heatsink of the MSI FX 5900! With fans on both the front and rear of the card!




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    don't you mean check out the card of this heat sink hehehehe


    That is a monster heat sink. How can a user keep it from breaking off?
    Last edited by Big Booger; August 4th, 2003 at 13:55 PM.

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    That is wild looking.

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    That card would call for a side case window modifucation to show it off.Nice,hope it is quieter than that enclosed version,the one that looks like a hair drier on a pcb card.
    The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

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    It's pretty quiet and temps are lower than other manufacturer's cards. Full review here:

    http://www.pcstats.com/articleview.cfm?articleID=1438

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    but the ATI 9800 still smokes it in the benchies.



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    That is a big HSF, i think they are playing the "mine is bigger" game

    I wonder if it needs extra mounting points so it can physically stay in the AGP slot with out bending the MB ??

    Hey, I also noted from the pics that the board requires a 12 volt plug, when did they start putting that in and whats it for?

    Phish@ hehe, I love ATi too, they look so good Cmon Nvidia, pull your finger out and smote Ati... if you can *hehe*

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    Originally posted by cash_site
    That is a big HSF, i think they are playing the "mine is bigger" game

    I wonder if it needs extra mounting points so it can physically stay in the AGP slot with out bending the MB ??

    Hey, I also noted from the pics that the board requires a 12 volt plug, when did they start putting that in and whats it for?

    Phish@ hehe, I love ATi too, they look so good Cmon Nvidia, pull your finger out and smote Ati... if you can *hehe*
    Extra power. Some of the high end cards have begun using it.

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    Nice Conan, what is the cost?

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    Originally posted by Bee-Jay
    Nice Conan, what is the cost?
    A whopping $530USD!

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