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post #451 of 2870
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Sorry I forgot to translate this quote. What he's saying is that if the card doesn't put much voltage and control the load within 150W range, it should be reach 1.4G no problem.
Cool, thanks.
post #452 of 2870
Good looking card. Just hope no coil whine and leaf blower noise.
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That cooler looks like a vapor chamber design. Low power consumption + vapor chamber = very quiet card. thumb.gif
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That cooler looks like a vapor chamber design. Low power consumption + vapor chamber = very quiet card. thumb.gif
...That's a 200$ card.

How do you put a vapor chamber in that price tag...
I think it's more likely that it's just a tiny heatsink since there's not much heat to dissipate requiring a large heatsink.
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well yea, leaks say the 6 pin version can get up to 1400, and 150w is the power limit for a 6 pin card.

Sorry but that power limit is for 18awg wiring. Most psus and cards can handle more then that thru the 6pin connector, i wouldnt be surprised if OCed and stable to be able to reach 200w on the card including the pcie x16 power going thru it (doesnt draw much from there to begin with).

Only difference between the 6pin and 8pin is the 8pin has 2 extra grounds, theoretically if the card/cables/psu can handle it you could actually reach 150w on the 6pin connector alone and another 75w if need be thru the pcie.

Example. You can OC an r9 390 with 200mv aux power and be way over the rated power lol. 300w on pcie i get around 325-330 with 100mv alone. Its prob pulling 300w from the connector and 25-50 from pcie. Another 100mv youre reaching 400w if not more. It can handle more then speced without issues.
    
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...That's a 200$ card.

How do you put a vapor chamber in that price tag...
I think it's more likely that it's just a tiny heatsink since there's not much heat to dissipate requiring a large heatsink.

6970,7970 and 290x had a vapor chamber. Vapor chamber is not that expensive.
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6970,7970 and 290x had a vapor chamber. Vapor chamber is not that expensive.
Yeah.Its just NV marketing to add 100USD price tag because vapor chamber...
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6970,7970 and 290x had a vapor chamber. Vapor chamber is not that expensive.
Yeah.Its just NV marketing to add 100USD price tag because vapor chamber...

Lmao, worth every penny!
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I have a 7770 VaporX that has a vapor chamber and a friend purchased it for 100€ or something like that. It's funny how Nvidia confuses the people tongue.gif
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6970,7970 and 290x had a vapor chamber. Vapor chamber is not that expensive.
MOMMY PLZ NO!

On a more serious note, they were much more expensive.
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