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Just bought one
Gigabyte GTX 480 Super Overclock
Bought it because it was extremely cheap but it runs hot at over 100C
Now should I keep it and not worry about temps? Just reapply some thermal paste and see how it goes?
Or should I grab an Arctic Cooling Accelero Extreme? (do these actually fit these models properly) Or would this not help too much with temps?
Or should I just stick with my Sapphire HD5870 Vapor X OC? Bearing in mind that the 5870 is pretty toasty anyway at around 80C load
By the way my case cooling is poop, no outtake fans, 1 120mm extremely restricted intake fan and a 140mm cpu fan which is pulling air from directly outside in (Noctua NH-C14 Heatsink with 2 NF-P14's) - this is a htpc case
What do you guys think?
EDIT: Should mention I game at 1080p so the 480 should give some gaming improvement over the 5870 right? And the bonus of physx?

Try the easiest first by reappling a high quality TIM like IC Diamond, if that doesn't work I suggest you try "the mod" as others previously mentioned.
The normal 480 SOC shouldn't be noisy and hot like the reference design. It is also overclocked to 821 MHz out of the box. try to set it to 700 MHz and see if it that solve the heat issue.

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A GTX 480 is loads faster than a 5870, I had both at one time and the GTX 480 was quite a bit faster. These cards are hot, but the 3 fan cooler that your card has should keep it nice and cool. Reapply the thermal paste and make sure the base of the heatsink is coming in contact with the GPU correctly.

This. GTX 480 is much faster than a 5870 15-20% in DX9 and walks all over it in latest DX11 titles expect 35% or so by going to the 480.
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I'm wondering if it might be worth it to sell both the 480 and the 5870 and grab something like the 7850...

That might be a good idea too. 7850 offers GTX 480 performance without the same level of power consumption, heat and noise. not to mention it has 512 MB VRAM over it.
Edited by HeadlessKnight - 10/18/12 at 1:42am
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any all in one water cooling solution would the the trick
"the mod":
i had an axp on mine worked good, but water is what they need.....
full load is about 70c at 900 mhz on water ... iirc
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Well the 5870 and 480 go for around £100 each on the bay and a 7850 is only £150 brand new and from what I've read with some overclocking the 7850 beats a 570 and will still be cooler, quieter and use less power than the 480 or 5870

good idea. HD 5870 should get you 90 bucks. GTX 480 should get you around 140 bucks. The best thing would be to get a card like the HD 7950 for around 240 bucks. free sleeping dogs game. fantastic game and nice value add.

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=GX-302-SP&groupid=701&catid=56&subcat=1673

clock for clock HD 7950 is 3 - 5% slower than HD 7970. HD 7950 overclocks to 1.15 Ghz and can easily perform 2x the HD 5870. the Sapphire HD 7950 with the dual x cooler easily keeps temps below 70c at 1.1 Ghz. avoid the vapor-x version as users have been complaining of locked voltage on those cards.

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Sapphire/HD_7950_Vapor-X/31.html
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Powercolor/HD_7850_PCS_Plus/9.html

BF3 1920 X 1200 4X AA

HD 7950 (1135 Mhz) - 74.8
HD 5870 - 35.1
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good idea. HD 5870 should get you 90 bucks. GTX 480 should get you around 140 bucks. The best thing would be to get a card like the HD 7950 for around 240 bucks
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=GX-302-SP&groupid=701&catid=56&subcat=1673
clock for clock HD 7950 is 3 - 5% slower than HD 7970. HD 7950 overclocks to 1.15 Ghz and can easily perform 2x the HD 5870. the Sapphire HD 7950 with the dual x cooler easily keeps temps below 70c at 1.1 Ghz.
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Sapphire/HD_7950_Vapor-X/31.html
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Powercolor/HD_7850_PCS_Plus/9.html
BF3 1920 X 1200 4X AA
HD 7950 (1135 Mhz) - 74.8
HD 5870 - 35.1

This is exactly what ive decided im going to do, going to sell both cards and get the best I can out of the cash, most likely is a 7850 but if I can get something better I will
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This is exactly what ive decided im going to do, going to sell both cards and get the best I can out of the cash, most likely is a 7850 but if I can get something better I will

Definitely go for the HD 7950 . When overclocked the HD 7950 (1.15 Ghz) will be 50% faster than HD 7850 (1.2 Ghz) . drive a good bargain for the GTX 480 and HD 5870. you should be able to cover 90% of the cost of the HD 7950. good luck. thumb.gif
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Definitely go for the HD 7950 . When overclocked the HD 7950 (1.15 Ghz) will be 50% faster than HD 7850 (1.2 Ghz) . drive a good bargain for the GTX 480 and HD 5870. you should be able to cover 90% of the cost of the HD 7950. good luck. thumb.gif

Doing a quick check it looks like the 7950 is around £100 dearer than the 7850 so its going to be out of my budget, I will have to settle for a 7850 or maybe even a 7870 unless something comes up used at the right price
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Next time post before you buy something. I would have recommended the EVGA reference GTX 480. I have it plus a Zotac and Galaxy. I modded my Zotac/Galaxy with Antec 620's and the EVGA card was still a good 10C cooler. The EVGA has some updated GPU hardware (updated OpenGL, etc) so the card itself is newer tech. Under BF3 at full Ultra settings at 1080p, my EVGA card topped at 66C while maintaining solid FPS for a 2-generation-old card.
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Next time post before you buy something. I would have recommended the EVGA reference GTX 480. I have it plus a Zotac and Galaxy. I modded my Zotac/Galaxy with Antec 620's and the EVGA card was still a good 10C cooler. The EVGA has some updated GPU hardware (updated OpenGL, etc) so the card itself is newer tech. Under BF3 at full Ultra settings at 1080p, my EVGA card topped at 66C while maintaining solid FPS for a 2-generation-old card.

You missed the point of the price I paid, I literally paid less for both the 5870 and the gtx480 combined than what you would expect to buy a used 5870 for

So I can sell then both on for extreme profit to buy a nice card :-D
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You missed the point of the price I paid, I literally paid less for both the 5870 and the gtx480 combined than what you would expect to buy a used 5870 for
So I can sell then both on for extreme profit to buy a nice card :-D

I guess I did miss that hah.

But the Gtx 480 is still a great card (minus heat [sometimes], power draw, and sound). Although I've never used an AMD card, a ton of benchmarks show that the 7850 can overclock like a beast. So it's really a toss up. If you can turn a solid profit and get an AMD card, then by all means do so. I had wanted to go AMD this time around, but Newegg can't keep the card I wanted in stock. And Microcenter has an absolutely dismal selection of high end AMD cards.
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Doing a quick check it looks like the 7950 is around £100 dearer than the 7850 so its going to be out of my budget, I will have to settle for a 7850 or maybe even a 7870 unless something comes up used at the right price

If you sell the HD 5870 and GTX 480 at good prices you can get a HD 7950. you might have to spend an extra 20 - 30 bucks. the rest is your choice. thumb.gif
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