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post #761 of 2759
here is mine, 3dmark 11 performance. p7148. link tryd to go higher at 966 core but got driver crash on the 4th test. the card really likes to stay cool. i couldnt manage to get higher than 950 core normally but at night with my AC unit on it suddenly went higher. and the temps maxed at 61c of course with fans on 100% for benching at those clocks on 1.1v. really happy with the card so far its been a great replacement for my dead gtx295.

of course this is only for some quick fun testing. i dont overclock at all for daily use as i have not found it nessesary but if i did find a game i needed to OC i would go for the highest clock without going above 1.050 volts. stock on mine is 1.025
Edited by avioni - 2/6/12 at 2:57am
post #762 of 2759
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Originally Posted by OverClocker55 View Post

Does Nvidia have 448 core driver out? Heard there was a problem

All beta drivers since December support 448: 295.51, 290.53, and even 290.36 (if I'm not mistaken) support 448.
post #763 of 2759
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WHOOP!
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Should have got 2 of them. Nice buy and did you get the free copy of Batman. I just bought my second one a couple days ago and got the game. Anyways welcome to the club and enjoy!!

Terry
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Originally Posted by juano View Post

I just checked and the EVGA Classy does not have VRM heatsinks of any sort whereas the MSI uses a unisink (not great but adequate) covering the VRMs and memory. I would go with the MSI without a doubt now.
In this video below you can see at the end when he removes the cooler there is no heatsink for the VRM.

Nothing against the EVGA card or any 448 card but this is the reason I went with MSI and because of how cool it performs. EVGA would have been my first choice but at the time they were out of stock.

Terry

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post #764 of 2759
my 2 Galaxy 448 run cooler than my EVGA Classified did
Even in SLI i don't see the temps go past 65 degrees.
post #765 of 2759
Ok so EVGA or MSI help:) Just about to order
Or 3-way sli with gtx 260? lol thats an option

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post #766 of 2759
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Originally Posted by OverClocker55 View Post

Ok so EVGA or MSI help:) Just about to order

I would say if you plan on water cooling now or eventually then EVGA otherwise MSI.
post #767 of 2759
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Originally Posted by gr3nd3l View Post

I would say if you plan on water cooling now or eventually then EVGA otherwise MSI.

might in like 3 or 4 months get a block and water cool it
post #768 of 2759
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Originally Posted by OverClocker55 View Post

might in like 3 or 4 months get a block and water cool it

I would go EVGA then just because you can go full block.
Just my opinion though wink.gif
post #769 of 2759
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I would go EVGA then just because you can go full block.
Just my opinion though wink.gif

will the msi 1 run cooler though? whats with the 2 pin difference? evga got 6pin and 8pin and msi got 2 6pins
post #770 of 2759
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Originally Posted by OverClocker55 View Post

will the msi 1 run cooler though? whats with the 2 pin difference? evga got 6pin and 8pin and msi got 2 6pins

The 8 pin is for extra power when overclocking.
I do not have the MSI so I can not confirm if it would run cooler but in theory I guess it would run a little cooler on air.
If you decide to water cool it though the MSI uses the smaller universal block compared to the full block you can get for the EVGA so the EVGA should run cooler under water.
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