Originally Posted by MaverickNemesis
How does it perform?
whats the size of it (is it comparable to a normal GTX 470)?
looking at the newegg's pics it looks like it's still using a reference pcb-you can see the fan cut out. meaning length and overclocking characteristics would be identical to the reference model. obviously temps would be lower.
I have a 470 (465 flashed to 470, but its the same thing) with this cooler, and it super runs quite and keeps the card cool. Overall its way better then the reference cooler on my 5850. Just my 2 cents.
yes i ordered the gigabyte superoverclock and it ended up being way too big for my rig didnt know the size of it since it wasnt posted on the website so I was just curious to know if it was the same size as a normal msi 470 card
Originally Posted by staryoshi
It uses a reference PCB. The heatsink sticks out a good 1" at the end. It overclocks like a champ and temps/noise levels are amazing. Best factory heatsink available for the GTX470.
Yeah, the Twin Frozr II adds a little bit of length to the PCB. Well worth it, though. I love mine.
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