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  1. bomberboysk
    05-28-2010 02:32 AM - permalink
    I guess you could...not sure why you would though, would make a far less effecient connection as you would not be able to run the wire hole through, would have to rely on nothing but solder to transfer the current.
  2. ScottALot
    05-28-2010 02:02 AM - permalink
    Can you have the original connector on the front of the mobo and one on the back?
  3. bomberboysk
    05-28-2010 12:19 AM - permalink
    Also, PM me your address, was about to print a shipping label yesterday and realized i didn't have your address.
  4. bomberboysk
    05-27-2010 11:38 PM - permalink
    Yes, but its a real pain to do with the original connector.

    The best way i have found to do it is by putting one of these on a small "leash" or 16awg or so wire on the back of the board:
  5. ScottALot
    05-27-2010 11:11 PM - permalink
    Just wondering, do you know how to solder power connectors to the back of a motherboard? I just saw this rig where the 8-pin was on the back because the guy was so obsessed with cable management.
  6. ScottALot
    05-25-2010 09:36 PM - permalink
    If you find a review, tell me.
  7. bomberboysk
    05-25-2010 08:27 PM - permalink
    $270 for the TR isnt bad, only a 2 year warranty on the TR though, the KR has a 3 year warranty, apparently no lifetime warranty boards though. The power setup doesnt appear to be bad, and the pcie layout looks relatively nice as well. I'm interested in seeing how these boards do.
  8. ScottALot
    05-25-2010 11:59 AM - permalink
    It's a little pricy :/
  9. bomberboysk
    05-25-2010 10:53 AM - permalink
    Yeah, we found that on NCIXUS's site before evga even had it posted on their own website.
  10. ScottALot
    05-25-2010 04:03 AM - permalink

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