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Old 08-01-2005, 01:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Will this http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813136151 fit 2 of these http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814122209
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If you are asking if they are compatible, than yes, you can use two of them in that board. Thing is, I honestly dont know if it will physically fit. I mean, I dont see why it wont, but I couldnt tell you for sure.
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ok people are like no and then some say yeah but i need to ask someone who has that setup, whoever that might be.......
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Talk to nubius, he could tell you.
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It will work. Each will hang over the slot to the left of it.
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But what kind of cards are those? The one he is showing are the Leadteks which have ENORMOUS HS/F's on them, alot bigger, I think, than the ones in the picture.
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Yes but each take up teo slots only. If you look at the front connector it covors two slots, even on the leadteks.
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What would be so bad about getting two of these? One slot only.

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Yeah, but it looks like the leadteks heatinks' are higher up than the top of the cooler. Let me look...

Correct you are. I REALLY need to hone up on my video cards.
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What would be so bad about getting two of these? One slot only.

The Leadtek's have a massive heatsink, which is what makes them so good for Ocing. The eVGA's are some killer cards, but their cooler just SUCKS! I mean, seriously, look at it compared to the Leadtek one, the Leadtek one if like 4 times as big! Not to mention 100% copper, and the eVGA's are anodized aluminum.
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