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Ive never heard that and the last Sapphire we flashed is still working great, at well over stock 6970 clocks. I think it could be card dependent. Probably vendor dependent. Since Sapphire, Diamond and Ati/AMD are all so close in the computer world it would make sense that their cards are more apt to flash up? Companies like gigabyte, asus, and xfx that all double dip probably don't have the same stability in their "reference" model. Same thing as Evga and Nvidia.
Found this article.
post #52 of 63
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Originally Posted by kcuestag View Post
That's a wise choice then.

What PSU are you going for? If you want to be a bit future proof, I'd suggest a Corsair HX850.
I think a 750hx would be a bit wiser money wise

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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Core i7 740QM Hewlett-Packard 1437 AMD Radeon HD 6630 GPU with 1GB of VRAM 6.00 GB Dual-Channel DDR3 
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post #53 of 63
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Originally Posted by Drybones5 View Post
I think a 750hx would be a bit wiser money wise

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Well, I don't know about Australia, but here in Europe the HX850 is only about 10€ ($14) more than the Corsair HX750, and honestly, it is totally worth the extra $14 for an extra 100W.
    
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CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
Corsair H110i GT Windows 10 PRO ASUS ROG Swift PG279Q Corsair K70 RGB MX Brown 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
EVGA Supernova T2 850W Phanteks Enthoo Luxe Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum Razer Destructor 2 
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post #54 of 63
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I don't live in Australia. I live in New Zealand, about 1338 Miles East of Australia. Australia is good, everything is cheap there, but not here
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I don't live in Australia. I live in New Zealand, about 1338 Miles East of Australia. Australia is good, everything is cheap there, but not here
...and our stuff is expensive in comparison to the US
post #56 of 63
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Originally Posted by killgoth2445 View Post
I don't live in Australia. I live in New Zealand, about 1338 Miles East of Australia. Australia is good, everything is cheap there, but not here
see if PC Case Gear will ship to Un-Zed
post #57 of 63
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Originally Posted by Ishinomori View Post
see if PC Case Gear will ship to Un-Zed
If I remember correctly they do, the shipping is a fair bit though... it'dbe cheaper to get stuff from the US
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Originally Posted by jackeyjoe View Post
If I remember correctly they do, the shipping is a fair bit though... it'dbe cheaper to get stuff from the US
True, but PCCG is reknowned for its CS (also warranty), i have just bought from them and the CS has been excellent.
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True, but PCCG is reknowned for its CS (also warranty), i have just bought from them and the CS has been excellent.
I've ordered most things from them! Their brilliant, I just wish they let you pay with PayPal....
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I've ordered most things from them! Their brilliant, I just wish they let you pay with PayPal....
they are, not their.
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