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    Project Graphics Card RMA

    Just after 2 weeks of finally completing the entire water cooling in my rig, one of the graphics cards decide the blow up

    If anything, a short but sweet run. Time to destroy the graphics card loop and RMA the card

    Only just got round to posting the photos as well :3
















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    Re: Project Graphics Card RMA

    twin colour cooling....

    nice

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    Re: Project Graphics Card RMA

    Hey, I've got the same RAM as you, what are you running yours at? Mine is at 1955mhz cas 8 atm.
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    Re: Project Graphics Card RMA

    I hope the RMA goes ok, you may have problems because you removed the stock cooling.
    AFAIK The only company that opens covers changing the cooler under the warranty is EVGA.

    What Brand are your cards btw?

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    Re: Project Graphics Card RMA

    Quote Originally Posted by nibbler View Post
    Hey, I've got the same RAM as you, what are you running yours at? Mine is at 1955mhz cas 8 atm.
    Haven't had time to OC yet but it has been running at 1600MHz cas 7 solid which I guess you would expect from RAM that is spec'd to run at 2133MHz

    Quote Originally Posted by Pob255 View Post
    I hope the RMA goes ok, you may have problems because you removed the stock cooling.
    AFAIK The only company that opens covers changing the cooler under the warranty is EVGA.

    What Brand are your cards btw?
    Sapphire, Hoping *cough* don't see this thread XD

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    Re: Project Graphics Card RMA

    Oh it'll do 1600 6-7-6-18
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