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Old 06-01-2008, 05:44 PM   #61 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Preacher View Post
I would for you Trot , an Accelero Rev.2. The HS is great my idle is 39 in this blazing hot weather and load is 3c above, it really is a great HS for its price.

Cunjo , we have the same wallpaper
StarCraft II FTW!

Yeah, my stock 8800GTS320 from evga had such a wussy fan that it was constantly overheating and artifacting in Crysis... dropped more than 30C when I installed the DuOrb, to the point that even after overclocking it's still loading at or below the stock idle temp.

It's kinda pathetic, really... having looked at that monster of a heatsink EVGA slapped on there, I figure if only they had prioritized cooling slightly higher over noise and used a better fan, it wouldn't have any trouble keeping the card cool.... of course, copper in place of aluminum wouldn't hurt much either.

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