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yea without people specifying the memory speed it can get a bit confusing as different apps display it in one of three ways.

1. Real memory speed
2. DDR effective
3. GDDR effective

http://www.geeks3d.com/20100613/tutorial-gpu-tools-and-gpu-memory-clock-real-and-effective-speeds-demystified/

that link helps explain.
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coming from a reference 560 ti, the EVGA 560 ti 448 Classified is freaking large
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coming from a reference 560 ti, the EVGA 560 ti 448 Classified is freaking large

HAHA. uses the gtx 480 PCB. biggrin.gif
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Okay, I got the Danger Den GTX480 waterblock. this thing has to weigh every bit of 5 - 6 LBS. That weight cannot be good on the card/slot. What is the best way to support this thing?axesmiley.png
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Thanks Cowie! smile.gif


Your temps look great.

I'm working on a custom water cooling solution myself and should have it up and running within a week. Waiting on a few parts I ordered.



Any 1GHZ benchmarks? Faster? How fast are you able to go?
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Yes you can its just like any old bios and sry no offical support for the cards,At least i dont think so.



How did you unlock the voltage to 1.2v without an editor? Is the BIOS that you posted modified for higher voltage?
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Okay, I got the Danger Den GTX480 waterblock. this thing has to weigh every bit of 5 - 6 LBS. That weight cannot be good on the card/slot. What is the best way to support this thing?axesmiley.png

Lincoln Logs!!!! Haha it should be fine as long as its clamped into the expansion slot securely.
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Lincoln Logs!!!! Haha it should be fine as long as its clamped into the expansion slot securely.

Oddly enough "Lincoln logs" is not far off from some suggestions from people on other sites. wink.gif I will see what it looks like when I do my system revision next weekend.
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Oddly enough "Lincoln logs" is not far off from some suggestions from people on other sites. wink.gif I will see what it looks like when I do my system revision next weekend.

Haha I almost fell outta my chair, you just made me remember the time I used legos to support my GTS 250 when I was missing the brackets for my case.
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Haha I almost fell outta my chair, you just made me remember the time I used legos to support my GTS 250 when I was missing the brackets for my case.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Now that is thinking outside the box.....band.gif
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