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Well here are My new babies that I got on friday
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Unboxed next to the Faithful old 470's

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Installed and ready to go

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3d Mark results with no OC just stock oc that EVGA had done. I7-3770k at 4.5 ghz 17k is so sweet on the graphics score ;-)

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The fact the fan is offset allows the heatsink on the GPU to be larger.
this is what i thought so too. it was built in a larger cooler than it shouldve had if the pcb was this small. who cares how long the pcb actually is. this is win/win for us dunno what's enraging about it
 

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Where is the SLI bridge?
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Cards are probably my favorite cards ever though, might end up selling my 470s for this exact setup. Kudos.
 

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Where is the SLI bridge?
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Cards are probably my favorite cards ever though, might end up selling my 470s for this exact setup. Kudos.
the sli bridge ports is covered with a plastic cover thingy

im thinking of replacing mine as well with two gtx 670's. I'm gonna get the one's with the gtx 680 pcb's though. I might have a cabling problem with the power connectors so far in the middle
 

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Nice, powerful setup
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I'm going to use a HD 7770 until non-reference GTX 670s that I like appear. I'm still holding out for a GTX 560 Ti-esque cooler and PCB-size.

The reference GTX 670 design grinds my gears... (I like EVGA's color scheme for these models, white is in!
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Wow those cards are small, just a little big longer then a pcie slot.
 

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yeah I have an ugly SLI connector so i left it out. As to overclocking i keep crashing when i attempt any overclock even as little as 10MHz offset will crash 3dmark 11 at the combined test. i don't know if its the 301.25 drivers, since the 301.34 wont let my computer power off after windows shuts down.
 

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yeah I have an ugly SLI connector so i left it out. As to overclocking i keep crashing when i attempt any overclock even as little as 10MHz offset will crash 3dmark 11 at the combined test. i don't know if its the 301.25 drivers, since the 301.34 wont let my computer power off after windows shuts down.
That's a common bug with 301.34, but many have overlooked it in favor of its performance. It has greatly aided my Quad 680 setup's scaling.
 

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yeah I have an ugly SLI connector so i left it out. As to overclocking i keep crashing when i attempt any overclock even as little as 10MHz offset will crash 3dmark 11 at the combined test. i don't know if its the 301.25 drivers, since the 301.34 wont let my computer power off after windows shuts down.
Keep testing. Those SC cards have some known issues and defects. In fact, EVGA is upgrading users of the SC card.

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Everyone,

The EVGA GeForce GTX 670 just launched, and we are all very excited about the great performance as you are aware. Some customers have just started receiving their cards and playing games on the new 600 series architecture.

On the forums we have noticed several users experiencing artifacting with the Superclocked version (02G-P4-2672-KR). We understand some users frustration about receiving a new product that is not working. Customer satisfaction is EVGA's top priority and in order to ensure this, I have received special permission to those affected users above to offer an upgrade to the FTW model (02G-P4-2678-KR) with 2nd day cross shipping (in US). Replacement cards will begin processing Monday with shipments planned for Tuesday (5-15-2012).

This issue has already been escalated to top management, and is receiving top priority. We will update on this by Monday end of day.

If you have any concerns or issues with your GTX 670 Superclocked, please register your product and email our Product Manager, Jacob Freeman at [email protected] with your serial number and detailed issue.

Thanks,
Chris Bencivenga
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