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    Reviews - Chillblast Fusion Voodoo SLI

    Dual GeForce GTX 660 Ti gaming beastie reviewed and rated.
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    Re: Reviews - Chillblast Fusion Voodoo SLI

    looks nice and nice too see the sli 660ti setup benchmarked, but tbh i prefer to build my systems myself.

    While a 660ti sli setup might be a tad expensive, a standard 660 sli might be a nice price as would come in cheaper than a single 680, would love too see these in a sli benchmark set of tests...please..

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    Re: Reviews - Chillblast Fusion Voodoo SLI

    Pretty cool

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    Re: Reviews - Chillblast Fusion Voodoo SLI

    For 4.7 Ghz a better cooler should be standard (may bump the price by £20-40) But long term would be worth it. And a reworking of the Fans on the drive cage. For little extra, dual or tri fan models of the 660 would cure most of the noise issue at load. So if Chillblast bumped this machine by around £100 to have better GPU units with dual or tri fans and a better CPU cooler. This would become an excellent prebuilt Gamers rig with or without headphones.

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    Re: Reviews - Chillblast Fusion Voodoo SLI

    I agree with ajax2061 here. A set of 660 non ti would be almost as performant and cost considerably less. Also I would go for 8Gb of ram instead of 16Gb. It's not because ram is cheap now that you should buy a ton of it. These two changes would also have a positive effect on power consumption.

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