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Thanks man I'll look into OC'ing afer I look at my temps and power consumtion

Your temps will probably be roughly what I had in my phantom 630 with SLI 480s.
Meaning mid 60 to low 70s idle and 80s to low 90s gaming.

But, im in AZ so my ambient temps are higher than most.

your rig will be hot, loud and hungry, but its going to much everything you throw at it.
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Originally Posted by PhilWrir View Post

Your temps will probably be roughly what I had in my phantom 630 with SLI 480s.
Meaning mid 60 to low 70s idle and 80s to low 90s gaming.

But, im in AZ so my ambient temps are higher than most.

your rig will be hot, loud and hungry, but its going to much everything you throw at it.

Haha well I'm currently running 2 monitors on my single 480 and it idles at about 60 so i'm kinda worried about putting another in without adding another cooling solution
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I'd look into the Accelero coolers, although unless you can grab them used the cost might be pretty prohibitive and your case/mobo may make it hard to fit two. I ran a stock evga 470 with an Accelero Xtreme and a Gigabyte Windforce SC together and they worked fine. Just matched the evga's clocks to the Gigabytes, although the Windforce did have a much lower stock voltage so it was kinda annoying having to bump that up when syncing the cards. They both managed to idle in the 40's and the evga card never went over 65ish under load. The Gigabyte did average in the high 70's but it also had a much smaller cooler and temps were still way better than with the stock cooler.

If you end up with heat problems though I'd definitely recommend getting at least one of their coolers and running it as your top card with your monitors. It can handle the extra heat and still keep your card plenty cool. It will also be WAY quieter even with the fans at 100%. I think I only saw a total of a 10 degree bump on the evga 470 going from a 1 card/2 monitor setup to a 2 card/3 monitor setup.
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