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Quote:
Originally Posted by Zcypot;13514791 
450w because of 6970 speeds? I dont get that part.
More volts + higher clocks = more power
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Dr. K6;13514945 
More volts + higher clocks = more power

haha thanks
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Does MSI allow you to flick the switch without voiding the warranty? I know XFX and a couple of others did.
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Obviously you did a lot of research before paying $700 for a graphics card?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Zcypot;13515026 
haha thanks
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But if you think about it, going from 375W -> 450W is only 37W per core, which is actually less than you see going from a 6950 to a 6970, IIRC, so that seems accurate.
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post #16 of 16
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Quote:
Originally Posted by BillOhio;13515076 
Obviously you did a lot of research before paying $700 for a graphics card?

ye, but I could never find information about the bios switch for the card. Not knowing all cards had them I put it out of my mind, but not before asking on OCN, and I got no response from anyone. I thought it was only selected cards that had them.
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