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KFA2 GTX 1070 Reference Blower 8GB Graphics Card nVidia Overclockers £349.99

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1070 with 8GB ram £349. Only £100 more than a 1060 with 6GB EVGA SC which I was looking at. Blower version for those with small PC cases. Unsure about the brand itself maybe someone can comment… Read More
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7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
1070 with 8GB ram £349. Only £100 more than a 1060 with 6GB EVGA SC which I was looking at.

Blower version for those with small PC cases.

Unsure about the brand itself maybe someone can comment.
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7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
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#2
Pffft...blower
#3
chinstroker
Pffft...blower


yeah but some of us have small form factor cases

my g20 would be no good for cooling blowing air around a small case
#4
chinstroker
Pffft...blower

That was Miles136's nick name on Teesside!
#5
Hot deal. but I grabbed the Palit one that comes with GoW4. anyone know if this blower is better than the dual fan Palit version
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Money_Expert
Hot deal. but I grabbed the Palit one that comes with GoW4. anyone know if this blower is better than the dual fan Palit version

I'm planning to build in a micro atx case. They say blower style gpus like this are better, as they exhaust hot air straight out of the case instead of ventilating into it, but I honestly don't know.
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jaffa_the_cake

I'm planning to build in a micro atx case. They say blower style gpus like this are better, as they exhaust hot air straight out of the case instead of ventilating into it, but I honestly don't know.
It really depends on your specific case. Some cases are designed to let air rise and flow out at the top and would work well with either type of fans, while some do have better temps with blowers.
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Lahn
jaffa_the_cake

I'm planning to build in a micro atx case. They say blower style gpus like this are better, as they exhaust hot air straight out of the case instead of ventilating into it, but I honestly don't know.
It really depends on your specific case. Some cases are designed to let air rise and flow out at the top and would work well with either type of fans, while some do have better temps with blowers.

I'm going to get the Silverstone KL06. It has top mounted PSU in separate chamber with a vented intake for its own fan. The mobo is mounted upside down so the cpu is at the bottom of the case, in direct line with an fan exhaust port.

I think with a fan card the hot air would rise and hit the psu chamber and bounce around. There are two open fans at the front so maybe they mitigate this. Also blower coolers are louder and run hotter so thats another reason I would like to run a fan card
#9
jaffa_the_cake
Lahn
jaffa_the_cake

I'm planning to build in a micro atx case. They say blower style gpus like this are better, as they exhaust hot air straight out of the case instead of ventilating into it, but I honestly don't know.
It really depends on your specific case. Some cases are designed to let air rise and flow out at the top and would work well with either type of fans, while some do have better temps with blowers.
I'm going to get the Silverstone KL06. It has top mounted PSU in separate chamber with a vented intake for its own fan. The mobo is mounted upside down so the cpu is at the bottom of the case, in direct line with an fan exhaust port.
I think with a fan card the hot air would rise and hit the psu chamber and bounce around. There are two open fans at the front so maybe they mitigate this. Also blower coolers are louder and run hotter so thats another reason I would like to run a fan card
From a quick google, that case has 2x120mm in the front and 1x120mm in the rear, that should be plenty of airflow, don't think you need to worry about getting a blower style?
#10
i have a kfa small factor 750ti and very happy so good company on my experience
#11
wildswan
chinstroker
Pffft...blower


yeah but some of us have small form factor cases

my g20 would be no good for cooling blowing air around a small case


Blower ;)

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