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I was looking at the following card:

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3466029&csid=_61

I want to combine it with my 670 that I already have. I am not sure about the quality of Galaxy cards and dual fan designs. Are they of good quality and do they remain quiet?

Will there be any conflict combining these two GPU's in SLI?
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I was looking at the following card:

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3466029&csid=_61

I want to combine it with my 670 that I already have. I am not sure about the quality of Galaxy cards and dual fan designs. Are they of good quality and do they remain quiet?

Will there be any conflict combining these two GPU's in SLI?

No conflict at all , although the higher clocker will downclock itself to match the clocks of the second card , galaxy is a reputable company when it comes down to AMD , i've never heard any good or bad comments about Nvidia galaxy cards.
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What do you mean when you say when it comes down to AMD?
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What do you mean when you say when it comes down to AMD?

Galaxy is one of the best brands regarding amd cards , EVGA , MSI , Gigabyte and asus are one of the best regarding Nvidia thumb.gif
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I don't understand. Why are these so much cheaper than my GPU I have now?
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I don't understand. Why are these so much cheaper than my GPU I have now?

Although we've been manufacturing graphics cards for nearly 20 years, we're relatively new as our own brand here in the States so we try to keep our cards as affordable as possible despite the high performance custom PCBs and cooling that we use.

That being said I can definitely attest to the quality of our builds, especially the cooling. Also, I'm always just a pm away as the official Galaxy rep here on the forums if you ever need help with anything from troubleshooting to overclocking, rebates, or RMAs.
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