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post #61 of 68
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These things are monsters.


Just benchmarked in Heaven. GTX 570 wins with 31.7FPS vs 31.0 FPS with my settings (1080p, everything max, tessellation normal)


Going to try to SLI them now. We'll see if my 750W supply holds.
post #62 of 68
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Oh, these things run HOT. Wow.
My GTX 570 during a few minutes of Furmark was at 79C at 52% fan speed. The 480 was at 93C at 80% fan speed, and sounded like a freaking jumbo jet taking off.
I'm wondering if my watercooling set up will be enough for two of these, lol. 420 and a 280 rad should do the trick I hope.
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FrozenQ are overpriced, that tvirus thing isnt worth 60USD
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post #64 of 68
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Well, SLI works so far. Here are some Unigene results:

GTX 570 30.7 FPS
GTX 480: 30.0 FPS
SLI GTX 480: 60.3 FPS

Talk about scaling.

I'm too scared to run FurMark. The temperatures during Unigene were 93C for the top card and 91C for the bottom. Insane. How do people run these cards without some sort of aftermarket cooler or water cooling is beyond me.
Also not sure if I should stress test all of this on a 750W PSU (i7 720 @ 4.2GHz and SLI GTX 480). I'm kind of pushing it.
post #65 of 68
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Okay, I ran FurMark and my system just turned off, and turned itself back on. Temps were both at around 95C. I think the 480s turn themselves off at 105C, so is it fair to assume my PSU is at its limit?
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Okay, I made a new post in the Case sub forum. It is updated and the build is near completion! Link is in my sig.
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I have coolgate 360mm, best radiator i have ever own and i have gone through 4 different radiators setup.
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post #68 of 68
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Yeah it's a good, solid rad. I wish I got the 360 size though, I want AP15s frown.gif
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