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post #11 of 23
You should fix your title.
Witch=lady on broom
i think you meant Which
post #12 of 23
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Doh!

Sorry, <-- Dutchy, common mistake Tnx though!

The DirectCU 1GB version is sadly almost totally out of stock here...
But I am able to get 2x Gigabyte GV-N460OC-1GI with the Windforce 1.0 for 170€

Now thinking of selling the Palit and getting two of those babies.. ^^
Edited by Rann - 10/5/11 at 11:26pm
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post #13 of 23
Grab the pny 460 from newegg for 100 dollars.
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i have the same gpu and it never goes over 61 degrees full load. if i wanted to switch, i'd start looking at the msi cyclone
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I have asus directu top 1gb model, and im planning on getting second but sparkle 1gb because got it cheap. (120$) My asus is doin 77c on bf3 max, 40c on idle. Hell Ill need no central warming when I put the sparkle one in
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post #16 of 23
I have the MSI and the Gigabyte both work well around the same temps as well

get whatever is cheaper I like the MSI with 2 fans the newer revs myself
post #17 of 23
I have 2 MSI cards. The cyclone and the Hawk Twin Frozerr. In all honesty my cyclone ran cooler and quieter than the Hawk. But I can say both cards are amazing. Would idle around 34-35C and would hit around 60 load. Both under water now so yeah .
post #18 of 23
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There awesome yes, but it's usually cheaper to get a 'cheap' version and add a aftermarket cooler on it

Saw someone here in Holland who had 2 gigabyte's for sale, going to have a look at that tomorrow.
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I can vouch for the MSI cylclone as I use 2 of them sli. (1gb versions) I only added 1 scythe 120mm 3000rpm fan to blow across the top card mostly, I get 27C idle and 51C full gaming load. Folding advanced units on both at 850mhz core, I peak at 71C. I love my cards, I just wish I didn't buy them a year ago They are dirt cheap now.
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post #20 of 23
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Dirt cheap ? The 768mb's maybe, the 1024mb's are still pricey as hell! Atleast, here in Holland

Offtopic : Folding.. I've had to do quite some research in this forum to find out what it is, and I still barely know what it is (something with letting your GPU do calculations for some proteïn stuff?... A 'what is folding' topic would be nice

(Nevermind, looked again, just found it -_- LOL)
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