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Max overclocks at each voltage setting please
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If I'm in front of the computer I usually have headphones on so that's not an issue. Plus my three case fans sound like a 747 taking off so chances are the sound from the fan would be lost in them.
I hear that - all my case fans (except for the huge top-mounted exhaust) have been replaced with Silverstone FM121's, which are loud, but I have them toned down a bit so it's not too bad. I just wonder how much of an audible difference the GT at 100% will make. As a reference, my 8800 GTX when cranked to 100% duty cycle is slightly noticeable, but after 10 seconds or so it fades back into the white noise mix.

I'm leery about BIOS flashing this card to fix the fan problem since RMA'ing back to Hong Kong or wherever would a nightmare.
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Well I don't know. Get a cheaper card with a voltage jumper but with poor support or get an XFX for more money and have a lifetime, overclocker/modder friendly warranty from a company in North America?

I'm leaning XFX still.
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Well I don't know. Get a cheaper card with a voltage jumper but with poor support or get an XFX for more money and have a lifetime, overclocker/modder friendly warranty from a company in North America?

I'm leaning XFX still.
The whole point for me getting this card is to sell my GTX and put the profit into savings for a Europe trip.
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Just looked at galaxy's website and apparently EVERY single one of these cards from ncix ships with 0.8ns samsung memory chips. 0.8ns memory chips are rated at 1200mhz or 2400mhz effective. And they shouldn't crap out at high speeds like the Qmonda chips on regular GTs do.
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Just looked at galaxy's website and apparently EVERY single one of these cards from ncix ships with 0.8ns samsung memory chips. 0.8ns memory chips are rated at 1200mhz or 2400mhz effective. And they shouldn't crap out at high speeds like the Qmonda chips on regular GTs do.
Oh great. Thanks for making my decision even harder!
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Just looked at galaxy's website and apparently EVERY single one of these cards from ncix ships with 0.8ns samsung memory chips. 0.8ns memory chips are rated at 1200mhz or 2400mhz effective. And they shouldn't crap out at high speeds like the Qmonda chips on regular GTs do.
I have yet to hear of someone receiving 0.8ns chips on their 8800GT's. NCIX has old/mixed stock and i HIGHLY doubt "all" or "any" are receiving those 0.8ns chips. If that was the case, I would have bought one . Instead I opted for an evGA, did the bios flash, and got lucky with my 1.0ns samsung
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Galaxy claims they have more emphasis on overclocking than other cards. Simply isn't true. My BFG 8800GT OCs up to 751 Mhz Core. I don't know of any Galaxy cards than OC that high stock, as the company claims they stock OC more than others.

So what's the point?
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Well, Galaxy is the only company I know of putting a voltage jumper on their GT, which allows for instant volt-modding. Also, if you look at the first post on this thread the author was able to get up to at least a 750 MHz core with stock cooling.
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I have yet to hear of someone receiving 0.8ns chips on their 8800GT's. NCIX has old/mixed stock and i HIGHLY doubt "all" or "any" are receiving those 0.8ns chips. If that was the case, I would have bought one . Instead I opted for an evGA, did the bios flash, and got lucky with my 1.0ns samsung
http://www.galaxytech.com/product_details.asp?id=170

All you had to do was search.....

Wait my bad.... you were right. My bad guys. The .8ns memory is on the HDMI version of the card.

DOH!!!!!!!!!!
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