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Sell it to someone who cannot stand waiting and has too much money, for 1.5x of what you paid USD
I've had it on my local craigslist for about a week but no one seems to want it or just give low ball offers less than what I paid for it. I only put it $90 above what I paid. I don't really feel like getting scammed on ebay. Might just return it to the store soon.

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anyone gotten any infor from vendors when any stock gonna be available again? msi/evga/asus etc?

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I cannot upload BIOS because GPU-Z says that "BIOS reading is not supported on this device"
Right now only nvflash is working to save your bios file.
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I'm glad I swapped out the FE for the FTW3. The latter should have 130% power limit. I hate constantly bouncing off that limit. The more headroom the better!
Were you planning on going with SLI'd FTW3 cards? I'm going to need to pick up a motherboard with a ton of spacing. I am trying to avoid watercooling personally but am curious about thermals on the top card in an SLI setup while on air.
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Time Spy, 2100 MHz 1.025V vs 2010 MHz 0.925V, 1.3% difference in graphics score. The power limitations are just mad. But there has to be some real reason behind it, nobody did that just because...

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Time Spy, 2100 MHz 1.025V vs 2010 MHz 0.925V, 1.3% difference in graphics score. The power limitations are just mad. But there has to be some real reason behind it, nobody did that just because...
Do you know how much wattage your pulling under full load on your oc cpu and gpu ?
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I don't even understand where that is coming from. The EK blocks cool the same things they have been cooling since as far back as I have been buying their blocks. The GPU, VRMs and GDDR.
Its from a recent post on this topic a few pages back. Something about the ek ones not touching some areas its supposed to even with thicker pads, but the bitspower one does.

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Bitspower. Better quality, extra oring and standoff included. It's a no brainer. Compatible with stock back plate as well so save you the hassle of buying one.
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+130 core +1150 mem seems to be the limit on my card.

And some *nasty* coil whine at certain framerate/load levels
I can easily hear it when i stand 2-3m away from my Define S case .
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Its from a recent post on this topic a few pages back. Something about the ek ones not touching some areas its supposed to even with thicker pads, but the bitspower one does.
Even though there is someone in this thread using an EK blocked and shunt modded card? How exactly did he manage to not overheat his components if that was the case?

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