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Windows 7: Titan black backplate needed

22 Dec 2015   #1

7 and linux
Titan black backplate needed

I just purchased a Titan black but it has no backplate where can I find one and is it really needed ?

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22 Dec 2015   #2

64-bit Windows 10 Pro

Hello Dominick, :)

What brand and model number is the graphics card the backplate will be for?

I found this below for EVGA backplates.
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22 Dec 2015   #3

7 and linux

EVGA GeForce TITAN BLACK Superclocked Signature w/G-Sync Support 6GB GDDR5 384bit Dual-Link DVI-I DVI-D HDMI DP (06G-P4-3793-KR) Graphics Cards 06G-P4-3793-KR
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