Originally Posted by hammong
I used to run 3x GTX-680 in SLI, and even with two 120mm case fans blowing straight onto them from the case side panel, temps were way to high for my taste. I ended up pulling the middle one out and going with 2-way SLI. Performance was 10-15% less overall (and actually better in some games, like Rift and World of Warcraft), but temps were 20 degrees lower on the top card.
What kind of temperatures were you getting in load (degrees celcius) ? running 3-way SLi ?
I'm in the middle 80ties during load for my top and middle GTX 670's.
Originally Posted by Ninjawithagun
Wow. I've become spoiled here in the US where our rights are protected when it involves merchandise purchasing. It doesn't always work out, but i have to say that things have dramatically improved over the past few years.
Is there any way you can go directly through the monitor manufacturer to get a replacement?
Being a Dane myself I can say we do have RMA policies that protect the consumer rights etc, but how the shops live up to those guidelines/rules are very different..
Also there are consumer right services/boards that can help you if a shop doesn't comply with you factual rights about some RMA services etc. However these services/boards can only say that you as consumer is right (or wrong), and they can give that verdict to the shop, but it's totally up to the shop to react accordingly to the verdict or just ignore it. There are really no sanction possibilities against them (the shop) other then take it all the way through the legal system... but that is slow and expensive.Edited by Gripen90 - 7/3/13 at 12:56am