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Epic GPU Deal - Repairing and Upgrading Asus Strix Cards


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When it comes to deal hunting, it can be a risk but it can also be a huge reward. Today I test, repair and upgrade 4 ex-miner Strix 1070's, From minor fan repair all the way up to using the NZXT G12 and Arctic Accelero Extreme III Rev 2 we see how well these cards can be cooled and brought back to life.

 

 

Shellback Tech Giveaway: https://shellbacktech.rallyup.com/shellbackraffle 

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Arctic Accelero Extreme III: https://amzn.to/39UQuqT
Arctic MX4: https://amzn.to/2vtR3ZG
NZXT Kraken G12: https://amzn.to/2IPtbCN
Asus Strix Replacement Fans: https://amzn.to/2INk2e2 

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Thanks all and stay safe out there 

 

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8 minutes ago, Mightyunit said:

Last time I owned a Arctic Cooling HSF it was an NV Silencer 5 that I bought for my 6800 Ultra. Those where the days! Glad to see Arctic Cooling is still around!

Yah I know, it's like many of the older cooling brands that kind just got stagnant have hit the market hard in 2019/2020 like Scythe as well. love my new Arctic Accelero, might order their lower end one and throw it on this 1070 and use the Accelero Extreme III for my overheating 1080 ti Armor  

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