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    MSI and Corsair announce the GeForce GTX 980Ti SEA HAWK

    This is the Corsair air & liquid cooler graphics card that MSI was teasing last week.
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    Re: MSI and Corsair announce the GeForce GTX 980Ti SEA HAWK

    Ok MSI, get working on a liquid cooler for my R9 390 please

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    Re: MSI and Corsair announce the GeForce GTX 980Ti SEA HAWK

    Quote Originally Posted by Plasmastorm View Post
    Ok MSI, get working on a liquid cooler for my R9 390 please
    Get a bracket (G10) and slap a H55 on it yourself, did that with my R9 290X

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    Re: MSI and Corsair announce the GeForce GTX 980Ti SEA HAWK

    Is this water pump solution more noisy than the usual air fan coolers found on 980 ti's like the Zotac Amp Extreme?

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    Re: MSI and Corsair announce the GeForce GTX 980Ti SEA HAWK

    walalala soon we will see AMD getting angry at Nvidia coz they managed to pull off less cores but much faster than a Fury x with its 4000 cores. Hehe just waitn for smoke!! am wondering if the 980Ti comes with HBM!!

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    Re: MSI and Corsair announce the GeForce GTX 980Ti SEA HAWK

    Quote Originally Posted by lumireleon View Post
    walalala soon we will see AMD getting angry at Nvidia coz they managed to pull off less cores but much faster than a Fury x with its 4000 cores. Hehe just waitn for smoke!! am wondering if the 980Ti comes with HBM!!
    The 980 TI comes with the normal GDDR5, Nvidia isn't using HBM memory until the GTX 10 series or whatever they will call it.

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    Re: MSI and Corsair announce the GeForce GTX 980Ti SEA HAWK

    This looks good but it is a bit late, as EVGA had the Hybrid for a long time.
    Last edited by Metro; 29-09-2015 at 05:08 PM.

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