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for sure. what games do you both have?? we should all play something with our fermi's
I'm pretty limited with new games to be honest. Although I do plan on getting SCII if such a thing interests you three.
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+rep for having the balls to use OMG in the title of a thread.
    
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Oh no, UPS estimated delivery is 8/10!!!!!! EEK!
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for sure. what games do you both have?? we should all play something with our fermi's
Right now, I only have the first Crysis, Mirror's Edge, Quake 4, and Ghostbusters.

Unfortunately, I have no interest in playing online as I sometimes have trouble in live situations (which some people may remember from a few nights in OCN's live chat).
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+rep for having the balls to use OMG in the title of a thread.
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Oh no, UPS estimated delivery is 8/10!!!!!! EEK!
*GASP*
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I'm pretty limited with new games to be honest. Although I do plan on getting SCII if such a thing interests you three.
uhhh. i was thinking we should have fermi owners vs ati owners game in CSS on the OCN server.

I still woudl ike to try out SC2 but im not a RTS fan really
    
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I'm literally shaking a little bit from all this excitement! I wish I could afford overnight delivery.
It's not worth it, trust me lol
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I'm literally shaking a little bit from all this excitement! I wish I could afford overnight delivery.
It's not worth it, trust me lol
I admit that I would agree. I mean, I know that when the moment comes when I sit back down in my chair after installing it, I will quickly begin wishing I could do this all over again.
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Couple of external links regarding this GPU:

Hardwarezone Quick Overview
http://www.hardwarezone.com/product-...7/review/57093

MSI's formal announcement of the GPU:
http://www.msi.com/index.php?func=newsdesc&news_no=1056



Hmmm ... so accordin to the first link, the regular aluminum-fin twin-frozr actually runs a little cooler. Not terribly surprising to be honest, esp. when it's just a cursory 'quick overview' like they did.

First off, there's no guarantee they had the same ambients going. It may also be the case that the two cards don't run identical fan speeds (although that's unlikely). Maybe the TIM wasn't done up as well on the GE card for some reason.

Also, we're apparently talking here about 1 sample of a twin-frozr, vs 1 sample of a twin-frozr GE. Not exactly what I call a statistically valid sample size.

It's also true that (as they explained) copper is a better conductor, but it doesn't dissipate heat as quickly as aluminum. My suspicion is that what this will mean overall is that this massive copper cooler will probably handle the temps created by higher voltages and overclocking a little bit better. IOW, the aluminum setup is probably a bit better at stock voltages, but I bet it will get overwhelmed by high heat from overclocking/overvolting a bit more easily.

But even if it doesn't, at the price we got it for, and with how sick it looks, even if it runs a smidge warmer, I'm not going to cry about it, personally.
    
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I admit that I would agree. I mean, I know that when the moment comes when I sit back down in my chair after installing it, I will quickly begin wishing I could do this all over again.
dude i just want to stock up on Fermi cards they are so amazing!

FEAST YOUR EYES TWO CABLES!

    
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