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Originally Posted by azianai View Post

I knew that, the Corsair 600T ain't the biggest air mover, especially with an H100 on the top of the case. Basically I have the rear fan to exhaust out lol
I can't tell if the EVGA card exhausts out or pushes the air through the case like the Gigabyte Windforce cooler.

If you want to move air get one of the CM HAF cases. My god, they move a ton of air and are fairly quiet. They have this series in mid tower as well as full. Beware though, no dust filters. Thus, one of the reasons they move so much air. The air coming out of the top of my case feels cool.

I think the cooler on this card works like the frozer air coolers on the MSI cards. Pushes air into the case. Moves a lot of air too. I do not think there is much going on with that vent in the back of the card.
post #462 of 2759
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Originally Posted by EVGA-JacobF View Post

Different games stress the cards in different ways... OC Scanner or any artifact scanning tool can be a guide overall, but results may vary depending on game.
You can also try the Tessy test, it uses DX11 tessellation.

Ran the test with no issues.

338

This card is def stable. I think Deus EX:HR is just buggy or my SSD is not working well. I am going to uninstall and reinstall steam and the game...
post #463 of 2759
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Originally Posted by selluminis View Post

Yeah, I see that. I have it set to stop the test if 1 artifact is found, but the test completed and said that it found no artifacts...
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Originally Posted by selluminis View Post

1. For sure.... Mostly.
2. I think allot of it has to do with mobo, and power supply too. I can run 900/1800/1950 with only bumping up the volts one notch to 1.038. That is still not bad. Hell, I would suggest to do that even if you plan to run at stock clocks. I do think there are a large number of these cards that will require tons of power to OC though.
3. I def agree that the EVGA classified is the best of the bunch. I did massive amounts of research for which card will hold me over until the gen3 stuff comes out and, for the money, this thing easily takes the cake. The last 7 cards I have bought have been from EVGA and have been Nvidia GPU's. The last ATI card I owned was the 9800 Pro. I hate to say I am a fanboy, but they just keep releasing items that catch my attention. I was going to get an AMD HD 6950 or chunk out the money for a 6970, but then I saw this thing. They make good product. This thing destroys my GTX 460 SLI set up I had.


Fully agree with points 1 & 2 smile.gif As for point 3, from the online reviews and using and installing both the MSI & EVGA Classy, imo the MSI is the better card. Quieter/better cooler, shorted in length, better build/components & slightly higher clocks (1GHZ). My friends classy barley hits 900mhz with added voltage (maybe a one off?) and the cooler is noisy! Both the Classy & the MSI PE are great cards tho and are the best two 448's. I would be pleased with any. But i would choose the MSI smile.gif

Just a thought, the EVGA is cheaper by £10 at some places so going by price the EVGA wins, i got my MSI for £220 so it was the right choice. you can't go wrong with either smile.gif
Edited by ollie26 - 1/24/12 at 6:51am
post #464 of 2759
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Yeah, I see that. I have it set to stop the test if 1 artifact is found, but the test completed and said that it found no artifacts...
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Thanks for clearing that up smile.gif
post #465 of 2759
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Ran the test with no issues.
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This card is def stable. I think Deus EX:HR is just buggy or my SSD is not working well. I am going to uninstall and reinstall steam and the game...

Deus Ex HR always crashes for me, the game exits and randomly shuts down, overclocked GPU or not frown.gif The 448 is easily enough at stock to run Deus Ex HR smile.gif
post #466 of 2759
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Originally Posted by prey1337 View Post

Hmm that's odd. I'm stable at 925/1850/2100 @ 1.038V in gaming and in benching. What is your PSU/Power Cable situation?
The Classy is running a bit hotter for me now though, where I used to be in the 51C-65C range. Now I'm running around the 70's in BF3.

Corsair HX1000 is my PSU.
Asus Maximus Extreme-Z Mobo

I've also tried lowering the memory clocks to 1950 and even 1900 and i won't get to a stable 900 without 1.075v .

I also won't get past 2000mhz memory @ 1.075 with a 900 clock

Temps are around 75/80C at 900/1800/2000
post #467 of 2759
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Originally Posted by neotrix View Post

Corsair HX1000 is my PSU.
Asus Maximus Extreme-Z Mobo
I've also tried lowering the memory clocks to 1950 and even 1900 and i won't get to a stable 900 without 1.075v .
I also won't get past 2000mhz memory @ 1.075 with a 900 clock
Temps are around 75/80C at 900/1800/2000

Just the luck of the draw. I have a SeaSonic X650 and I still require 1.063v for a stable 900 clock.
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Corsair HX1000 is my PSU.
Asus Maximus Extreme-Z Mobo
I've also tried lowering the memory clocks to 1950 and even 1900 and i won't get to a stable 900 without 1.075v .
I also won't get past 2000mhz memory @ 1.075 with a 900 clock
Temps are around 75/80C at 900/1800/2000

It would appear the statement earlier about these cards not being created equal, but 900 is fine for most anyone's general purposes. thumb.gif
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It would appear the statement earlier about these cards not being created equal, but 900 is fine for most anyone's general purposes. thumb.gif

I'm perfectly fine with a 900/1800/2000 OC, just wish I could have achieved it with a lower voltage to get lower temps. I don't know how bad 1.075v is for 24/7 but it will remain that way as I don't want to go below GTX 580 performance since I'm coming from SLI 470 (Sold both because I was tired of heat/noise)
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Is this score normal for my computer? Everything is at stock clocks. It says that my score is low for my system.

http://3dmark.com/3dm11/2617342
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