Sapphire Open Shop

"Sapphire will be putting up an online store slightly different from the average manufacturer shop"

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Sapphire Open Shop
Much like several other graphics card manufacturers, Sapphire will soon be opening up a shop to sell their cards online. This shop, however, will be a touch different. Not only are Sapphire selling their cards, but they will also allow you to choose an aftermarket cooler to put on them. This gives the buyer the added power of choice, something I'm sure everyone values. Obviously the available coolers will vary among different cards. Additional knick-knacks that usually come with cards are available as well, such as HDMI cables and dongles.
Would you buy products from Sapphire's store?
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31-07-2008, 20:47:13

What would be the most efficient way to cool and hevily oc Q6600 in a nzxt apollo?


And im talking sensible so you know, sub £200.
so no phase cooling, also not too noisy :D

EDIT: I have wc for mine... so i don need an up/down grade, just makin sure i did good deal...

01-08-2008, 08:52:27

I'm sure watercooling would be your best bet at cooling, no sweat. Good choice.

02-08-2008, 03:39:41

dependant on budget water-cooling is the most efficient, if it just the CPU you are after you are talking about the £70-80 mark for a good quality upgradable kit.

All you need is a 120mm fan placement

09-08-2008, 05:27:15

yep waters the best for the price, how high u planing to clock that monster by the way?

11-08-2008, 17:36:28

well im hopong for about 3.6 -3.8 fo 24/7, and maybe even try to hit 4 for benching but hey, im doing a system rebuild, coz my hd is fu*ed so gona get new hd and reinstall vista, so i thought mite as well rebiul comp to give componants an airing, so will have a project going on soon.

29-09-2008, 09:52:06

water, whats seamen coolign LOL ???

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