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As soon as mine gets here monday its going on there

Grabs popcorn, sits in comfy chair... waits

Would love to see what this can do thumb.gif

For between $AUS650 to $AUS700 I think I may have to wait a little bit for an upgrade. Id suggest my CPU will choke on this card tongue.gif
Edited by Sethy666 - 3/22/12 at 5:57pm
post #572 of 8596
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Grabs popcorn, sits in comfy chair... waits
Would love to see what this can do thumb.gif
For between $AUS650 to $AUS700 I think I may have to wait a little bit for an upgrade. Id suggest my CPU will choke on this card tongue.gif

I dunno actually. I know I only have a 470 but I max it %99 in all my games I bet our dinky Core 2 Quads can hold their own for a little longer. Now SLI ? ya... no chance tongue.gif
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I dunno actually. I know I only have a 470 but I max it %99 in all my games I bet our dinky Core 2 Quads can hold their own for a little longer. Now SLI ? ya... no chance tongue.gif

Yeah, you may be right. I guess I cant compare a 580 to a 680... different tech. I would hope it can but I can feel an upgrade coming on in the next year or so...smile.gif
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Anyone have any pics of the new 680 pcb, too lazy to go looking.

680pcb.jpg 242k .jpg file

This look right to you?
Edited by cravinmild - 3/22/12 at 7:30pm
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Anyone have any pics of the new 680 pcb, too lazy to go looking.

http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1881/4/
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Ahhh... ninj'ed tongue.gif
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Well since adding some small copper heatsinks to my VRM chips my temps have gone up! No idea how thats happened but im thinking of taking them off and just putting the fan back on.
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Well since adding some small copper heatsinks to my VRM chips my temps have gone up! No idea how thats happened but im thinking of taking them off and just putting the fan back on.

How are you monitoring your VRM temps?
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Anyone have any pics of the new 680 pcb, too lazy to go looking.
680pcb.jpg 242k .jpg file
This look right to you?

The techpowerup review always has a high res screenshot of the pcb and some good pics of the stock cooler. It looks to me like we can get away with using the stock plate on the GTX680 for this mod. I'll know for sure when mine arrives.
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Sorry that is monitoring of my gpu temps in general, using a windows 7 widget. Temps used to be 40/42C full load, now there 48/50C.
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