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Get the first one.

You might wanna get a after market GPU Cooler too. Who cares? XFX dosent honor their warranty anyways.
 

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Get the first one.

You might wanna get a after market GPU Cooler too. Who cares? XFX dosent honor their warranty anyways.

o_O. I messaged them cause my fan broke, and I told them I didn't want to RMA, cause it would take to long, so they sent me out a Heat-sink,Fan and some screws, now I call that 5 star rating.
 

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o_O. I messaged them cause my fan broke, and I told them I didn't want to RMA, cause it would take to long, so they sent me out a Heat-sink,Fan and some screws, now I call that 5 star rating.

If you didnt want to RMA, why did you message them in the first place
Just to tell them your fan broke and thats it?
 

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The one with the bigger fan (1st one) for sure. Other people talk about overheating issues on the second card. I have a 5870 with the same cooler as the first one, and it stays at nice temps.
 

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Im sure the second one is just fine but there's something about a full body cooler that is just far more appealing to me. They're the same price so I would definitely go with the first one.
 

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Thanks guys! I appreciate the responses. I definitely like the look of a full bodied cooler better too. I just wanted to get some input.
 

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full bodied color, its much better and have a nicer look to it. My 5870 stays at 38c idle and it has that same design. It pushes the air directly outside of your case, which in my opinion is better then having it keep cycling inside the case. cycling warm air just creates more heat.
 
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