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Old 11-03-2008, 08:48 PM   #31 (permalink)
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ok so what do i exactly do cooling wise here now ?

also one more question guys, this 6 pin connector stuff, will these be located on the power supply or my mobo cause i dont think my mobo has any 6 pin slots
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Core Contact Cooler (Sunbeam)

and the 6pin comes with the PSU...
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thank you very much, you have been a very big help and thank you to all the others that helped a new comer

the sunbeam thing, thats for my proc, would it cool it more than what i got now, i just put on a new 3 speed LED fan on my proc. today, how would i go about the heat coming from the card ?
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thank you very much, you have been a very big help and thank you to all the others that helped a new comer

the sunbeam thing, thats for my proc, would it cool it more than what i got now, i just put on a new 3 speed LED fan on my proc. today, how would i go about the heat coming from the card ?
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Old 11-03-2008, 10:55 PM   #35 (permalink)
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would 2 4870X2's be possible lol ?
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Possible... but its not worth it...

Most (in not all) have 0% extra scaling or it drops FPS [aka Quad-Fire/ QuadSLITri-SLI Sucks]
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It's possible but not recommended since it scales terribly.
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hmmm ok well i think im just gonna go with the GTX 260
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Hd 4870 :d
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Crysis is coded POORLY. It should not be looked at as a game you can max out.
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