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Poll Results: Which of this two beast Card to Choose...........?

 
  • 49% (25)
    Sapphire VAPOR-X HD 7950 3GB GDDR5 OC with Boost
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post #91 of 93
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I would say about 2 weeks to a month and it was gone. You've got to really ramp up the usage on it for awhile to really get it broken in. It's a shame so many people rush to RMA their GPU within days of getting it over this and then wait a month to get it back. Granted if it is still doing this after a month of regular usage then it may just be poorly made and require the RMA process to have it fixed or replaced.

Exactly that^^ In 2 days mine was gone. So much hassle just for a few thousand mhz that are between the audible spectrum and that eventually stabilizes. biggrin.gif
    
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post #92 of 93
Look at the positive side of it too though, if you can hear coil whine your hearing is still really good. Older we get we lose the range of things we can hear (your ears will ring from time to time, that's hearing loss) and it's usually higher frequency that goes first. tongue.gif
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Well, as a matter of fact, I'm a bit hard eared on some high frequencies, too much live venues and clubs at my tender age of 28(show must go on lol). cheers.gif

Went to the doctor some years ago and dictaminated a hearing loss in some high frequencies. My ears do ring from time to time.Funny enough, I have hearing problems precisely with the kind of frequencies in many girls voices biggrin.gif must be one lucky bastard(joke ladies, you know I respect & love you).

Aside from those boob wavelenghts, I have a very acute hearing over all the rest of the spectrum(above standard hearing), and I could hear faintly the high pitched chirping with a HAF 932 with 2x23,1x14,1x20, 1x5 and 1x12 fans full on plus the 2 GPU fans on 80-90% with closed headphones and main menu's quiet ambient music. Took my brother to hear it(perfect hearing) in fear my card was crying in pain lol. It wasn't all that audible, just my sensitive ears tongue.gif As I've said, 2 days and out it went...or maybe what went out was my hearing of those frequencies, who knows lolololol
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