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Old 07-03-2012, 08:24 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Ya either set up is definitely suitable though
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Old 07-05-2012, 04:10 PM   #12 (permalink)
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I acquired a GTX 670 from a friend for teting, and it runs perfectly fine. Both GPUs get to 75 deg C tops at the standard clocks gigabyte set...

I might also add, this is totally unnecessary for 1920x1080 resolution... unless you want to play the Witcher 2 on Ultra gfx...

I'm VERY happy with a single GTX 670 from gigabyte.... best idea ever to rid of my 5970 super oven and get the much cooler, efficient fermi
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Old 07-05-2012, 05:17 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I acquired a GTX 670 from a friend for teting, and it runs perfectly fine. Both GPUs get to 75 deg C tops at the standard clocks gigabyte set...

I might also add, this is totally unnecessary for 1920x1080 resolution... unless you want to play the Witcher 2 on Ultra gfx...

I'm VERY happy with a single GTX 670 from gigabyte.... best idea ever to rid of my 5970 super oven and get the much cooler, efficient fermi

That is an oxymoron mate! Fermi was way hot lol. 670 is Kepler.
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That is an oxymoron mate! Fermi was way hot lol. 670 is Kepler.
Yes, I clearly wrote that quickly haha. I was thinking Kepler is fermi... whoops!
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