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nice, Ill try that. then once i get the settings on my card straightend out i'll post some benches also for oc on my cpu, havent tried that yet, since i got my new vcard. basically its a hole new rig for me still not familiar with it yet. got a lot of reading to do before i hit the oc. Thanks again.BTW thanks for the rep Mister Crowley.
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Great thread, just answered all my questions. Rep+ Frozenshinobi, I suspected that was the case for the clocks, but I am new to ATI and GPU OC'ing. What is the best cooler for this card?
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Believe it or not the stock cooler with re-applied AS5 or arctic ceramique is the best one pretty much. If your case has really good airflow you might notice a 2C drop with a $40 zalman vf900, but that hardly seems worth it. Water cooling works wonders for these cards though, but isn't required.
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So if I just take off the stock cooler and use AS5 on it, I should be good? I know that the temps are rated to like 90° or so. How can I chart my CPU temp during gameplay?
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