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Originally Posted by SamEkinci View Post

Just got one from Microcenter, from the clearance section! Some dude returned it after a day! Saved me 80$ thumb.gif

Cant wait to water cool it!

Made a quick video of it!! Its oh so pretty... powerful!

Careful, he might have returned it after binning it to see how it clocks. The local microcenter here has fallen prey to that before
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That's what I was thinking. But not just that. What if it was damaged in some way?
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That's what I was thinking. But not just that. What if it was damaged in some way?

And that's why I buy sealed box cards. Or open box units from trusted INDIVIDUALS.
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Hey what kinds of cases are being used here? just curious because i am tired of my corsair 600t. It aint pretty.

I always just use the case that comes with the motherboard, hard to beat the cooling with them. biggrin.gif
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And that's why I buy sealed box cards. Or open box units from trusted INDIVIDUALS.

I don't think too many returns within a few days would be damage, or they can just say it is defective & exchange if returning to the store.
Binning is a definite possibility, unhappy with the overclocks & trying again.

Buyer's remorse is another, after spending big bucks on a new high end gpu someone may run home & try some gaming, then decide that it wasn't worthwhile enough to put off getting the car repairs done instead, or be stuck eating noodles for the month.
    
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I always just use the case that comes with the motherboard, hard to beat the cooling with them. biggrin.gif
I don't think too many returns within a few days would be damage, or they can just say it is defective & exchange if returning to the store.
Binning is a definite possibility, unhappy with the overclocks & trying again.

Buyer's remorse is another, after spending big bucks on a new high end gpu someone may run home & try some gaming, then decide that it wasn't worthwhile enough to put off getting the car repairs done instead, or be stuck eating noodles for the month.

It's always worth eating noodles for a month!
    
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How much of a bottleneck would a TI in an x4 PIC-E 1.1 slot be? Lol.
    
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How much of a bottleneck would a TI in an x4 PIC-E 1.1 slot be? Lol.
I don't believe it will run in an x4 slot, nVidia cards usually need at least an x8 2.0 to run. Anybody else know differently?
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I was looking at the GTX780 Ti HOF+ nothing seam to be a major overlocker. I would like to get my hands on one to test it and blazed on fire:devil:

I am not sure if there software any better than EVGA http://www.galaxytech.com/__EN_GB__/Driver2/Xtreme?areas=__EN_GB__

It got memory voltage and GPU voltage give it a rip and report back to me if anything does work thumb.gif
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How are the other cards besides the classified favoring when overclocking?
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I was looking at the GTX780 Ti HOF+ nothing seam to be a major overlocker. I would like to get my hands on one to test it and blazed on fire:devil:

I am not sure if there software any better than EVGA http://www.galaxytech.com/__EN_GB__/Driver2/Xtreme?areas=__EN_GB__

It got memory voltage and GPU voltage give it a rip and report back to me if anything does work thumb.gif

The 780 HOF did not have voltage control so I'm very doubtful the Ti HOF would either.
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