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Looks like you got a decent card, and a pretty sweet upgrade. I had been using a 1060 for a while, before I got my 5700, it has also been a nice upgrade for me. I love that you just went ahead and flashed the bios day one.

I just use the more power tool so far. I am happy to let the card run at stock when I am not gaming, I just use an Afterbutrner profile. These cards really are the price/performance leaders.

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Looks like you got a decent card, and a pretty sweet upgrade. I had been using a 1060 for a while, before I got my 5700, it has also been a nice upgrade for me. I love that you just went ahead and flashed the bios day one.

I just use the more power tool so far. I am happy to let the card run at stock when I am not gaming, I just use an Afterbutrner profile. These cards really are the price/performance leaders.
lol, yeah I used to force myself to wait around to do things like this but then realized I would end up doing it anyways and better to find any issues right away.

Plus this card has 2 bios's so there is very little risk so kind of a no brainier for me.

Of course while I push things I try to keep it reasonable. 1250mv is a lot of heat but not really that much of an overvolt that I would be worried about hurting the core for some short term tests. I would not run it like that long term for an extra 50mhz. Plus I think I can reach 2100 with 1225mv if I wanted but thinking I will just limit myself to 1200mv and see what I can do.

I am curious how this card stacks up vs others, will be interesting to compare it vs the fresh stock from B&H as well.

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lol, yeah I used to force myself to wait around to do things like this but then realized I would end up doing it anyways and better to find any issues right away.

Plus this card has 2 bios's so there is very little risk so kind of a no brainier for me.

Of course while I push things I try to keep it reasonable. 1250mv is a lot of heat but not really that much of an overvolt that I would be worried about hurting the core for some short term tests. I would not run it like that long term for an extra 50mhz. Plus I think I can reach 2100 with 1225mv if I wanted but thinking I will just limit myself to 1200mv and see what I can do.

I am curious how this card stacks up vs others, will be interesting to compare it vs the fresh stock from B&H as well.
I think I am getting a Frostflow VGA cooler for Christmas, was going to do an AIO mod but this will be a little cleaner. Haven't pushed my card a ton as overvolting the stock cooler raises the heat quick.

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I think I am getting a Frostflow VGA cooler for Christmas, was going to do an AIO mod but this will be a little cleaner. Haven't pushed my card a ton as overvolting the stock cooler raises the heat quick.

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Didn't know that existed, I will post over there and read through it, curious to see some comparisons.

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Interesting, I have not seen any superposition tests from these cards so had no idea how it stacks up compared to others.

You ran at 1080p extreme? What is your score?

Overclocked or stock?
I wonder if he uses reference air cooler if so that explains it

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Didn't know that existed, I will post over there and read through it, curious to see some comparisons.


Only reference will be noticeably cooler and perform just better if temperature limited, i.e hotspot around 110c but a non reference should not be so far from the frostflow cooler maybe slighly worse in temperature and not much different on clock UNLESS being at the limit of the hotspot
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I wonder if he uses reference air cooler if so that explains it











Only reference will be noticeably cooler and perform just better if temperature limited, i.e hotspot around 110c but a non reference should not be so far from the frostflow cooler maybe slighly worse in temperature and not much different on clock UNLESS being at the limit of the hotspot


I think it will help a good deal. We'll see. I don't like running the hot spot above 90c. I guess you can but I don't feel the need. Hoping to push it up towards 2100-2200.

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Interesting, I have not seen any superposition tests from these cards so had no idea how it stacks up compared to others.

You ran at 1080p extreme? What is your score?

Overclocked or stock?
This all stock but with an undervolt on the gpu.
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Interesting, so the XT is faster but not enough that I would worry about it considering the $70+ savings.

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Interesting, so the XT is faster but not enough that I would worry about it considering the $70+ savings.
Best mid-range card.

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Good numbers fellas. I will post mine. I flashed my XFX Thic II non-Ultra with the ultra bios and my score went up to 5300 but I flashed it back to stock performance as hot spot was 95c. Will post the stock performance first and flash back to the Ultra tonight and post.
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