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I'd pass on a GTX 480 and go with a 580 any day, significantly better performance, and temps like to hang out in the low 30's - mid 20's with the vapor chamber. 480 temps are brutal without liquid.

and to the OP, SB will be a great choice, most bang/buck and great for a budget that kicks ass
Totally untrue.

GTX 580 is 10% more powerful than GTX 480 and costs nearly twice as much.

As for GTX 480 requiring liquid cooling.. I will just laugh at you until you agree with me.

OP: Get the GTX 480 or I will mildly hurt you.
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Totally untrue.

GTX 580 is 10% more powerful than GTX 480 and costs nearly twice as much.

As for GTX 480 requiring liquid cooling.. I will just laugh at you until you agree with me.

OP: Get the GTX 480 or I will mildly hurt you.
Sure, help my poor ass pay for it.
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Totally untrue.

GTX 580 is 10% more powerful than GTX 480 and costs nearly twice as much.

As for GTX 480 requiring liquid cooling.. I will just laugh at you until you agree with me.

OP: Get the GTX 480 or I will mildly hurt you.
Ah.. my bad, I thought you were being serious.

And to the OP, I feel your pain, i was stuck with a ****ty computer for a lonnnng time. If that money rolls in though, you should set yourself up with a sandy bridge and a gtx 580.

Oh, and this is for you Track, enjoy

http://www.anandtech.com/show/4008/n...rce-gtx-580/17
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Ah.. my bad, I thought you were being serious.

And to the OP, I feel your pain, i was stuck with a ****ty computer for a lonnnng time. If that money rolls in though, you should set yourself up with a sandy bridge and a gtx 580.

Oh, and this is for you Track, enjoy

http://www.anandtech.com/show/4008/n...rce-gtx-580/17
It's 10C colder.. totally worth the 200$ increase in price
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