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So Im thinking about going AMD for the first time since everyone is saying that the 7970 is far superior to the gtx 680. But I was wondering since I cant get my waterblock right away and I dont want to go with a reference cooler since it is so loud if there is a water block for something like a MSI twin frozr or a Sapphire vapor x. If anyone knows of another card that I could eventually get a water block for that works too. Otherwise I guess ill either have to go with a reference 7970 or just go back tog getting a gtx 680 since i know what blocks will fit the gtx 680 im looking at.
post #2 of 14
Get the new 7970 TF3. You can have the tf3 cooling solution until you get your waterblock
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Get the new 7970 TF3. You can have the tf3 cooling solution until you get your waterblock

Do you know if there is a waterblock out for it atm? it may only be like 2 weeks before I get a waterblock.
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Do you know if there is a waterblock out for it atm? it may only be like 2 weeks before I get a waterblock.

It use the alternate pcb so any waterblock should fit on 7970 TF3
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Just to make sure since amazon really isnt giving that great of a discription is this TF3 model or no?
http://www.amazon.com/MSI-Overclocked-R7970-TF-3GD5/dp/B00CAN84OY/ref=sr_1_1?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1368494250&sr=1-1&keywords=msi+7970
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Yeah.You can check this thread for more informations

http://www.overclock.net/t/1384845/msi-r7970-tf-3gd5-oc-be-reviews
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Well looking at those reviews I think Im better off looking at maybe getting a ghz edition and trying to find a water block for that
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Well looking at those reviews I think Im better off looking at maybe getting a ghz edition and trying to find a water block for that

No. Ghz edition is crap for watercooling. Bad bios with high stock voltage.
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No. Ghz edition is crap for watercooling. Bad bios with high stock voltage.

In your opinion is the msi tf3 really that much better than a 680?
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