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this game runs like a$$ on my 1000mhz 290
barely 50-55fps on high 1080p
if I want to keep 60fps constant I have to drop half of the settings to medium mad.gif
maybe OCing it to 1150/1600 will help a bit but I'm on reference cooler tongue.gif

The game is demanding.
I'm getting 50-60 on 3440x1440 on max settings, but it does have sometimes strange hiccups on loads.
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I run the 285s on compatible AMD games and run the GTX on Nvidia games. I was able to get 140 more gaming Mhz out of one them using a Giga byte windforce cooler 7870 cooler. It ain,t pretty but it works well. I wonder if the 7970 uses the same GPU bolt pattern. I had to dremel the dual fans from the 285 to fit the 50% larger cooler and zip tied a 92 mm case fan to the open end. Works pretty good, since the 92mm is blowing strait thru with no circuit board behind the cooling fins. Sometimes you can find dead strix or windforce vid cards with bigger cooling on them on flea bay
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