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680 voltage control on non-ref cards?

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Anyone read any solid evidence if this will happen or not. Real voltage control on custom pcb's?
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I too have been wondering this, its going to be the deciding point between a 7970 or the 680. If anyone has any info on when the non reference cards will start appearing it would be much appreciated. biggrin.gif
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