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    Yea photos please as I know for a fat a XFX 7800GTX doenst fit due to the capacitor near the end of the card

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    I would but this computer has the 7800GTX in (not the Shuttle) and I got a lengthy movie editing task going on which has been going for a while and I don't want to stop it so obviously can't take the card out.

    I don't know where you get your facts from, but the capacitor near the end just fits alongside the fan duct. It literally only just fits, but it does!

    But I will do it later for you!

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    I am sorry that this has come out blurry but here is a picture of the card in the Shuttle, The ICE cooling thing is out, but that has no effect on how the XFX 7800GTX goes in it.



    This second picture shows the capacitor just on the inside of the fan duct. And it's happy!



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    Everything arrived yesterday from ebuyer and have put it all together took a bit of fiddling but the GT fit with about 5mm to spare . Gotta nip over pc world before i fire it up to get a molex splitter as the GT needs 2 and shuttle are well stingy with connectors.

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    Sorry for bumping this to the top of the list but having some teething troubles
    Firstly i keep getting the same error message at start up that " nSvclp has had to close "
    Googled it and it might be linked to the nvidia drivers ? Have updated to the newest forceware but no change.
    Also have not been blown away by the performance not the leap i was expecting. Got 7086 in 3dmark 05 1.2 is this about right ?
    Cheers for any help as always

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    Seems a little lower than I would expect, with a 4800 (2x 4000) CPU and a GTX I got to 8615, so I would have thought that you might make it to around the 7500 mark.

    I have had no problems whatsoever running my GTX off just one molex, and not using the splitter. Hours and hours of games like BF2 with everything max and it still stays in one piece and looks wonderful.

    Sorry but I have no idea about that message though.

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    Yeah i thought it was a bit low , tried BF2 with everthing at high at 1280*1040 and it crawled looked like a slide show ! Got the XFX 7800gt that is running at 450/1.05 can i raise this without getting probs with temps and pushing the PSU ?
    Also used throttlewatch to check the cpu it is running at 2.4ghz and 1.4v is that correct ? Cheers
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