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I was having really bad temps with my 6870s after crossfiring them since they were so close.
Here's what I done:


Temps are much better now.
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I was having really bad temps with my 6870s after crossfiring them since they were so close.
Here's what I done:


Temps are much better now.
Hi,

Card case fan dropped my top card about 15 degrees.
Ram Heat sinks help a little to.

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i have 2 xfx 4890 cards too. i have the same temps as you and i game fine with them. in my antec 900 case i have the side fan that blows on them as well which dropped between 5-10c. games that i play are tf2, bfbc2, l4d 1&2.
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post #24 of 24
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Originally Posted by Qcgold View Post
I was having really bad temps with my 6870s after crossfiring them since they were so close.
Here's what I done:


Temps are much better now.
Oh wow, that is not close, that is basically neck on neck! how are the cards meant to suck in air at all, without that fan force feeding them!
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