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One thing worth noting with the Galax card (and I presume the Gigabyte card as well) is that they are 4.8" high instead of 4.38. Not a huge difference, but probably enough to cause fitting problems in some cases.

Also out of curiosity, thought I would gauge interest in a case built specifically for short form factor cards. Would anyone be interested in something like this? Frankly shaving that much length off a case would make for a pretty nice ultra small build.

That plus the FlexATX form factor should make a 180x360x50mm case possible. That would be 3.2 litres. Dayum.
post #22 of 37
http://www.gigabyte.us/products/product-page.aspx?pid=5252#ov
so it out now i guess biggrin.gif
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Looking at the Gigabyte, I'm really glad I got the Galax. Cooling solution is much nicer IMO and so far its been very quiet.
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Yeah, I'd rather have the two fans on the Galax. Also worth noting is that the Gigabyte has a wider non-reference PCB, which erks me.

But I have to agree that the ports on the GB are superior smile.gif
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mine


Fantastic card IMHO
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mine


Fantastic card IMHO
from what I've read its quite loud, can you confirm ? Thx
post #28 of 37
for me is almost silent , much better than my old AMD 6950 Sapphire dual fan
60-61 º celsius playing Metro 2033
my case has plenty holes to breath (lian li q33)
Maybe in summer will be a different scenario with different noise lv , but almost silent for now
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=taQ2Bp0ljWk

Don't get this card.

Um, why? What in the review is bad about this card?
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