That's actually a pretty nice waterblock; let's see how far HotHardware can take this particular card.
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Obviously a $700+ card for the rich
The last time I saw an LCS model from PowerColor; it was on a 6990, and it was going for well over $750 US...ah, must be good to have a bottomless wallet.
Intel i5 3570***, ASUS Sabertooth Z77, Corsair AX850, 16GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3,
Corsair Force 3 Series GT SSD (120GB), WD VelociRaptor (300GB), water-cooled HIS Radeon
HD7950, AZZA Genesis 9000, EKWB Supremacy CQ CPU block, XSPC RX360, EKWB-DCP 4.0 pump,
Windows 7 H.P. - 64 bit
I have a friend who is trying to RMA a PowerColor 6950 card that is dying. They have a road block in place to getting that RMA. He couldn't seem to get it done. He called three times to speak with people @ PowerColor and none of them told him that he has to use IE to send a ~picture~ of his reciept to them for verification to generate an RMA and ~not~ Chrome or Firefox.
You can do the whole process with either of the three browsers, ~except~ the little bit about that proof of purchase picture. What a crock! He wasted 4 days on this situation without a working video card, and no help from them. He just got an RMA# and sent the card back on Friday.
So when choosing my next Radeon card, who will I not ever consider from the beginning of that process?
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