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Very cool gadget. Nice packaging, has few heavier than it looks. I’m impressed πŸ‘Œ Can anybody guess what it is? 😼

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  • 35
    not gonna lie, looked on first glance like something you might stick up ones ass on a bad day, product name fits too.
  • 6
    @JoshBent 😹I just had a bad day. But I’m not gonna do that!
  • 5
    @sunfishcc yeah it is better in one's rack anyway.. πŸ˜‰
  • 3
    First thought: selfie stick.
    I was going to make fun of you.
    😊
  • 1
    @Root 😹can someone even guess something related to computer?!
  • 9
    @JoshBent @Floydian @Root I shall unveil its true nature
  • 3
    Wat.
    A support?
  • 4
    oh what a brave new world we are in need of this.
  • 4
    @Root it’s graphics card brace. Graphics card sag is a very common problem for long triple fan design.
    https://youtu.be/l7P9Xm2JZQs
  • 18
    Your GPU is now ready for OFF ROAD EXTREME JEEP GAMING
  • 3
    @stisch jeep wangler 2019 received 1/5 star safety rating. I assume gigabyte is pretty much the same 😹
  • 0
    @irene yeah! I’m in BDC now!
  • 4
    @sunfishcc get a water cooler, scrub!

    85°C -> 45°C
  • 5
    @irene what a big, powerful... graphics card. Could probably knock someone out if you swing it around.
  • 1
    @Root custom gpu block? Wow. i still can’t trust aio. And this case don’t support reservoirπŸ˜”
  • 3
    @theKarlisK same power as a crowbar. the package of this card is actually bigger than motherboard. Both from gigabyte.
  • 2
    @theKarlisK kind of like is big pen...
  • 1
    why do you need that stand Oo. couldnt you just fastened the 6Pin Cables for additional Pull upwards? (/s)
  • 0
    @BurnoutDV it’s good to have it. I know the cable method, but it doesn’t hold overtime. So you have to pull it regularly, once sag happened. This one is inexpensive and has good build quality, beside the stupid name.
  • 1
    @Commodore kinda like I intended it to sound like... :D
  • 0
    Still looks like chopsticks
  • 0
    Something to do with vaping/smoking?
  • 2
    @irene I used to think the same. My girlfriend's dad had a really nice air cooler on his card and was getting ok gpu temps: I blamed lack of good airflow because most people don't understand fluid dynamics and just think more fans is better.

    He recently bought and installed a Corsair h55 with a push/pull on his gtx 970 ssc (and a cpu water cooler instead of a *monster* air cooler [Noctua?] blowing heat everywhere). The temps are amazing. His airflow is also very good; I was kind of surprised πŸ˜…

    He went from 85°C+ @ 26°c ambient to 57°C max @ 26°C, both under full load stress tests*. (The first + because it was hitting the temp limit and downclocking.) There is no way an air cooler would have reached these temps without a wind tunnel and a gigantic radiator.

    * tests:
    Valley, firestrike, heaven, witcher 3, battlefield, etc. All maxed at 1440. Also, 50mhz (or higher?) gpu overclock after installing the water cooler.
  • 0
    Did it come with two or is that other one for multiple cards?
  • 0
    @irene I bought this phanteks p300, because it’s most popular case for that online store. The next one on the list is nzxt h500 btw. Don’t like the look of coolermaster, they look very nerdy. If I switch to another one, probably silver stone rl06
  • 1
    @Drewtato for dual card config
  • 1
    Cool, though no need for that in a Bitfenix Prodigy. All those crammed cables will support it marvelously!
  • 1
    Did not see that coming... But it's simple and genius
  • 1
    @ScriptCoded cable works, but it’s hard to keep the right tension. I more prefer to leave my new card in a stable position.
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