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post #2451 of 5048
Yea I would prefer the XFX then over the Vapor-X. I like the cooling system more. With my Antec 1200 it would be prolly pretty nice.
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post #2452 of 5048
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So, would you call at about 72F room temperature a 5770 that idles at 39C, games at 80C, and stresses upwards of 95C, all at stock voltages/clocks, a hot card?
Yeah, that's a hot card!! When I OC mine at 960/1445 (stock voltage), it stays under 80 under heavy gaming. (i.e. 77c max when using 3dMark Vantage and Heaven)
Edited by alkusoittow - 3/31/10 at 8:13am
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post #2453 of 5048
Are there any problems with xfx 5770 cards? I hear they've had some quality problems
and what's the diff between the 159.89 and 169.99 cards at NE? Just different cooler?
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post #2454 of 5048
I've always heard that XFX was high quality and typically offers warranties far better than others (lifetime)

Looks to me like the only difference between those is indeed the coolers, but there might also be a firmware update or something in there as well.
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By the way, I'd like to do a study on the average heat of the 5770. What is a program that everyone would agree to use as a stress tester for this?
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By the way, I'd like to do a study on the average heat of the 5770. What is a program that everyone would agree to use as a stress tester for this?
Definitely Fur Mark because it pushes cards to their limit as far as heat goes, so be prepared to test it at 80% fan speed which is what I do and still hit 70C+ with mine.
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I've always heard that XFX was high quality and typically offers warranties far better than others (lifetime)

Looks to me like the only difference between those is indeed the coolers, but there might also be a firmware update or something in there as well.
From my past experience with both green and red sides I can say this, XFX by far wins me.

-EVGA: Has a great 90 Day Step up, and GREAT GREAT customer support, they are very nice and friendly. Yet only do NV cards.

-XFX: I love how they do NV and ATi, and I love their Double lifetime warranty, I go through cards like candy, so the re-sell value is important to mee!

and the rest either only make NV or ATi, so I either buy EVGA or XFX
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i like this club, its very attractive...+1rep
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btw im surprised there are no quadpumped 5770s here?
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btw im surprised there are no quadpumped 5770s here?
need a bigger mobo
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