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post #21 of 64
Nice build you have there. Whens the next GTX coming in? lol
What kind of temps do you get from that lapped TRUE?
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Nice build you have there. Whens the next GTX coming in? lol
What kind of temps do you get from that lapped TRUE?
Actually Im going to use that GTX to step up to a 9800 GTX if its any better, then get another GTX once I pay off my newegg bill

and my temps right now are NULL as my CPU needs an RMA or BIOS Update because they are stuck at 70*C no matter what I do now... Ive clocked my processor from 2-4.5 GHZ and the temp is always 70*C. People with Quads clocked to 3.8 get temps of under 60*C load so I assume my 45nm Dual core wont be too hot
    
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Actually Im going to use that GTX to step up to a 9800 GTX if its any better, then get another GTX once I pay off my newegg bill

and my temps right now are NULL as my CPU needs an RMA or BIOS Update because they are stuck at 70*C no matter what I do now... Ive clocked my processor from 2-4.5 GHZ and the temp is always 70*C. People with Quads clocked to 3.8 get temps of under 60*C load so I assume my 45nm Dual core wont be too hot
Yeah, i've heard some e8400's will show high temps even under phase bad temperature diode apparently.
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post #24 of 64
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Yeah, i've heard some e8400's will show high temps even under phase bad temperature diode apparently.
Yeah... I trust my E8400 is nice and cool... The air that exhausts near my CPU is same temp as ambients... as for my GFX card.... I can cook a raw egg there!
    
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Wow nice build. I wish I had that much money
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post #27 of 64
I would seriously consider turning it into a 8800 GTS G92 and then getting a second G92. It's true that the GTX beats the GTS at low resolutions, but the GTS G92 beats it at higher, and when you are SLI'ing (probably even non-SLI) you are either wasting power or doing big enough resolutions for there to be a difference. However, stepping up to the 9800 is the best, as it is, for all practical purposes, 2 G92's in 1 card (at least when I last checked a couple weeks ago, correct me if I am wrong).
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I would seriously consider turning it into a 8800 GTS G92 and then getting a second G92. It's true that the GTX beats the GTS at low resolutions, but the GTS G92 beats it at higher, and when you are SLI'ing (probably even non-SLI) you are either wasting power or doing big enough resolutions for there to be a difference. However, stepping up to the 9800 is the best, as it is, for all practical purposes, 2 G92's in 1 card (at least when I last checked a couple weeks ago, correct me if I am wrong).
Does not make any sense at all and i need some boy!


EDIT: *** you have the same card..what are you talking about? Better is better, end of story! I game at 1920x1200 - go find some proof that states 512MB is better than 768MB... G92's only advantage over a G80 is lower temps, and bit more OC'ing
    
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post #29 of 64
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Does not make any sense at all and i need some boy!


EDIT: *** you have the same card..what are you talking about? Better is better, end of story! I game at 1920x1200 - go find some proof that states 512MB is better than 768MB... G92's only advantage over a G80 is lower temps, and bit more OC'ing
Well, and a more refined architecture... but it is true, the GTX still wins out IMO mostly because of the better memory interface.
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post #30 of 64
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Well, and a more refined architecture... but it is true, the GTX still wins out IMO mostly because of the better memory interface.
Remind me again why I should do as you said then?
    
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