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No reason to go above a 480, it still does well in every game. Even folding my temps never go above 70C on this card Which is MORE then I can say for my 280's, which averaged in 85C.
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No reason to go above a 480, it still does well in every game. Even folding my temps never go above 70C on this card Which is MORE then I can say for my 280's, which averaged in 85C.
I'm sure 90% of the people on OCN don't upgrade because they have to but because they want to. I am part of that 90%.
    
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