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If you're not going to watercool it just pick up a nice aftermarket aircooled one. The Sapphire cards seem to have a good cooling solution and overclock pretty well.
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I totally agree with dsmwookie, the cooler on the one looks a little weak.
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Originally Posted by dsmwookie View Post

If you're not going to watercool it just pick up a nice aftermarket aircooled one. The Sapphire cards seem to have a good cooling solution and overclock pretty well.

I have a XSPC block on order, so where good no worry's.
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