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thats not loud based on my standards.
but the card is ugly as crap.
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First review out....

LINK

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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



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Heat, Noise, and Power

While benchmarks are pretty black and white, the topics of heat and noise can be wildly subjective. That being said, there are a couple facts I can put on the table:

1: A Radeon 295X2 is slightly quieter under load than two GTX 780 Tis. It is dramatically quieter than a single reference 290x.

2: A Radeon 295X2 is significantly cooler under load than even a single GTX 780 Ti. Nvidia has very efficient air cooling, but the cards still operate at a max temperature of about 84 degrees Celsius. Meanwhile, the 295X2 doesn’t crest above 60 degrees Celsius while under heavy load. And gone are the days of your 7990 blowing hot exhaust back into your chassis — with an assist from Asetek, AMD got the thermals right.

...Wow.

As in... WOW! drool.gif
     
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First review out....

LINK
So the jury is out.
1. $1499 is the actual price tag.
2. The card is released on April 21st.

Fairly impressed by the numbers it pulled. Of course, I'm not even going to ask if the 780Ti was at stock. rolleyes.gif
The 295x2(doesn't exactly roll off the tongue) seems perfect for the ASUS ROG 1440p monitor coming. biggrin.gif
    
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It's a water cooled hybrid. what do you expect?
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Everyone knows this will be in a case right? I'm sure it won't be that loud in a case, unless you all game with test benches right next to you
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