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Back from microcenter. Gigabyte x3 windforce

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So, im back again from micro center. I returned my sapphire 7870 ghz edition because of lock ups and blue screens.Now, i return with this.




Last image didn't come out so well, but i'll get better pictures down the road when i upgrade and go all out.
Got 10 bucks back too. Hell yeah. thumb.gif

Going to be overclocking this and wish me luck!

Also, just went to the Gigabyte site.
http://www.gigabyte.us/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4154&dl=1#driver

Mfw this spelled "does" as "Dose" On #2
Edited by Indiegreg - 4/10/13 at 6:52pm
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I wish you good luck,

I had a Windforce 3 hd7970, voltage was locked, with the ghz bios the voltage went to 1.25v but still locked.
And with 1.25v i could not even pass 1080mhz,

I returned to card because i bought it for overvolting, now i bought a cheap msi reference hd7970,
and it runs 1200mhz+ on 1.25v

so best of luck thumb.gif
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Yeah i coouldnt really push it much at all. it'll stay at clock speed.
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