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2014/01/31 21:48:46 (permalink)
I looking to get two of these gtx 780ti classified hydro copper has anyone heard when they might be released ? Thanks..

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    Re: 780 Ti Classified Hydro Copper 2014/01/31 23:26:18 (permalink)
    I believe they had some in stock last week, setup the auto notify
    http://www.evga.com/Produ...aspx?pn=03G-P4-2889-KR

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    Re: 780 Ti Classified Hydro Copper 2014/02/04 12:13:01 (permalink)
    I'm building a new rig and I hope to use these cards can someone tell me if they are a good choose to go with.

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    Re: 780 Ti Classified Hydro Copper 2014/02/04 12:22:07 (permalink)
    I don't have the proper lingo but someone else should know, The swift tech (EVGA's black waterbloc)
    Do not cool the voltage regulator coolers (bad design or something) the EK blocks are superior i'm sure. get the bass classy Ti and get the ek blocks, its belter then the kingpin
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