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referance gtx 570 sli with phantom gtx 570 Any problems?

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Hello i bought a gtx 570 leadtek reference card and a phantom 570 this is my first time going sli just wondering if i would have any troubles with heat from the reference card being abit warmer then the phantom. And if i overclocked it to the phantoms clock (which isnt that much higher) would there be any issues with that?
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assuming you have decent airflow in your case, it's no problem
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assuming you have decent airflow in your case, it's no problem
yea i was thinking that my self just wanted to make sure, i was more worried about the reference card maybe being too hot with the other card but im assuming it shouldnt make any difference to sliing 2 reference cards.
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yeah, and 570s clock up extraordinarily well, so no problem meeting the higher clock. enjoy the power
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yea i was thinking that my self just wanted to make sure, i was more worried about the reference card maybe being too hot with the other card but im assuming it shouldnt make any difference to sliing 2 reference cards.
Reference 570s run cooler than you think, granted you set up a standard 1%-1*C fan profile. Shouldn't get much over 70C heavily overclocked if you have a half decent case.

I had one piror to Stepping it up to the 580. Great little card it was for $350 around Christmas.
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Just keep the cooler card on top and you should not have any problems. Reference 570s run pretty cool with a good custom fan profile. I think mines maxes out at 72ish for more taxing games and only around 50-57c on the easier to run games like League of Legends.
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