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What's gonna be the most powerful single slot cooler nVidia board I can get my hands on? ATM, what I've found is the 9600 GSO has more shaders than the 9600 GT. If it's between these two which will fold more?

 

http://www.nvidia.com/object/product_gefor...600_gso_us.html

http://www.nvidia.com/object/product_geforce_9600gt_us.html

 

If there's something more powerful I'm all ears but it HAS TO BE a single slot cooler.

 

TIA,

:Texan:

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Be careful on a lot of the 9XXX series cards. Many are rebranded (9600GT/9600GSO 48 to 96, etc)

and arent true cards. The 9800's have a lot without extra power plugs. Have read a lot

of post where they don't perform like the older ones.

 

The 9800 for single slot, I think is the best. Just make sure it has the plug.

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Maybe you can find one of these somewhere, I've found one currently on Ebay listed as brand new and almost positive the seller is overseas. These are listed on their Global English section of their website but not on the North American version. Gonna have to import it more than likely but if ya really wanted one I'm sure you can get it. It is most definitely a single slot card. May want to inquire or maybe someone here knows if the card would even work on our electrical grid....different standards maybe?? Though I don't need one I'm curious.

 

 

http://www.galaxytech.com/en/productview.aspx?id=194

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Maybe you can find one of these somewhere, I've found one currently on Ebay listed as brand new and almost positive the seller is overseas. These are listed on their Global English section of their website but not on the North American version. Gonna have to import it more than likely but if ya really wanted one I'm sure you can get it. It is most definitely a single slot card. May want to inquire or maybe someone here knows if the card would even work on our electrical grid....different standards maybe?? Though I don't need one I'm curious.

http://www.galaxytech.com/en/productview.aspx?id=194

 

all pc hardware equipment is a worldwide standard... speeds/voltages etc,

so your input voltage to your power supply doesn't change anything in the pc itself, everything still run's with 3v,5v,12v.dc.

 

so the only thing people need to worry about is the power supply works with the correct input ac voltage for your country they all output 3/5/12v dc..

 

:b33r:

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all pc hardware equipment is a worldwide standard... speeds/voltages etc,

so your input voltage to your power supply doesn't change anything in the pc itself, everything still run's with 3v,5v,12v.dc.

 

so the only thing people need to worry about is the power supply works with the correct input ac voltage for your country they all output 3/5/12v dc..

 

:b33r:

 

 

Great info....thanks terry..... :)

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don't think that's a single slot card.

 

:b33r:

 

This is why I THINK it might work. W/ that not having a reference style cooler, it affords me the room needed by the cpu cooler as well as not exhausting out the rear of the case.

 

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16814143143

 

there you go tx.. :tup:

 

:b33r:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

mmmmm... did i forget to say you might need some extra parts for the watercooling?

 

 

 

 

 

 

mmmmm... did i forget to mention it's a bit expensive?

 

 

 

 

 

mmmmmm... :rofl2:

 

to be honest tx i'd get something like this where i'd know it won't hit my cpu heatsink, :- http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16814130440

 

same one cb linked to.

 

:b33r:

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think i'm with the rest here rah, heat will be a problem with that card. :tup:

 

on a normal setup the cpu's fan would be blowing some air around the cards heat sink, but because tx's system is backwards no air would be blown onto it, and you know fah shoots those temps up. ;)

 

:b33r:

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I could ziptie a 92mm or 120mm to it me thinks. :hmmmm: You know, get a lil souther engineering goin on. :rofl2:

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I figured you could put a fan on it. I have an Accelero on my 3850, and

wifes 3870. Folding on mine, temps never over 55c. Normal stock

cooling on other 3850 and its 70c folding.

 

It works pretty good. I mean how many CPU heat pipe coolers are out there?

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had a thought what about riser cards?

 

http://www.xcase.co.uk/Riser-cards-s/77.htm

 

get a flexi one like this :- http://www.xcase.co.uk/Flexible-Single-Slo...ser-slps057.htm

 

then you could use a dual slot gpu in the lower backplate slots. ;)

 

:b33r:

 

from your link tx:- http://www.orbitmicro.com/global/pe-flex16r-p-4354.html

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