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sweet did I tell you I am building A second system?

By the way how did you get tha h70 to fit in there with out hitting with both fans?????
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sweet did I tell you I am building A second system?

By the way how did you get tha h70 to fit in there with out hitting with both fans?????
nice, cant wait to see the new rig, and i was originally running 2 120mm fans on the top of my case, had to remove the rear one but otherwise the h70 fits just fine, the only hard part of this build was the cable management, its pretty tricky to get all the wiring in there without having a bunch running the main case or without a bundled mess
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Yes this is artifacting if you want it 100% stable than turn your clocks down until you can do about 2 hours no artifacts you can click error checking on occt and it will count them for you under like 5 for 2 hours is the most I'd deal with
Try to up the voltage, i had the Same thing
When going above 900 core, and try to
Keep the mem around 2050/2150, it
artifacted above these speeds..
Maybe this helps you out
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nice, cant wait to see the new rig, and i was originally running 2 120mm fans on the top of my case, had to remove the rear one but otherwise the h70 fits just fine, the only hard part of this build was the cable management, its pretty tricky to get all the wiring in there without having a bunch running the main case or without a bundled mess
well the second rig will be a older system I had a q9550 that I bought off of amazon to upgrade my 680I (oops 680 does not support q9550 f**K) lol so jst bought a xfx 790I off OCN and trying to find some older gtx280's, three of them and have a second gaming rig for cheap. that is if I can find the 280's they seem to be more money than the 470's go figure lol
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it was a cheap one, cool max i believe picked it up for 40-60usd something like that at fry's, anyway had to RTS my SSD but i picked up a 1000w raid-max that's certified for both sli and 80 plus gold so i think i should be good now, the 700w was only about 2 months old so I'm going to rma.
Ah, ok... yeah, if it was one of those cheapo off-brand type PSUs I'm not surprised it failed. Reputable manufacturers tend to be more likely to give true wattage ratings on their power supplies.

Go ahead and RMA, but if I were you I'd just resell the 700W and tell the buyer to treat it like a 500W PSU.
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I looked at the bench's that the guy did and I must say I had much different results now don't know why but I am serten that the 270.51 extreme-g drivers worked much better than all of the nvidia drivers in those same games so must just be a per system base I don't know but no one would till they try right?

Cool, What is the voltage like with these drivers ? If it has the voltage unlocked that would make a nice difference right there.
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Ah, ok... yeah, if it was one of those cheapo off-brand type PSUs I'm not surprised it failed. Reputable manufacturers tend to be more likely to give true wattage ratings on their power supplies.

Go ahead and RMA, but if I were you I'd just resell the 700W and tell the buyer to treat it like a 500W PSU.
I cant resell it, it didn't just fail, it made an extremely loud pop and died
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985/1970-2150@1.1625 I am going to update my sig after a few more days, waiting for a hot day to tell if it will be ok at 50c idle temps rite now it is 35c idle. I have noticed that I need to keep my house at 72~75f in order to run the best!
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hi guys. yesterday I installed a new gigabyte GTX460 OC 1gb to my brothers computer. Today I went testing a bit and I found out (with AfterBurner) that default voltage for this card is 1025mV. I have the same card and my default voltage is 0,987mV. I tough that all "normal" 460 cards have the same voltage?
Do all gigabyte OC models have those small green/yellow lamps on the backside? Is this maybe a SOC version ?
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hi guys. yesterday I installed a new gigabyte GTX460 OC 1gb to my brothers computer. Today I went testing a bit and I found out (with AfterBurner) that default voltage for this card is 1025mV. I have the same card and my default voltage is 0,987mV. I tough that all "normal" 460 cards have the same voltage?
Do all gigabyte OC models have those small green/yellow lamps on the backside? Is this maybe a SOC version ?
voltages are not the same anymore after first release manufactures started tweaking there cards and now you can get the same card from the same manufacture and it be different in many ways
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