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Old 06-01-2008, 05:21 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Agreed, my 8800 gt hasn't bumped over 50c's with the new cooler on it, and that is on load.
If my room is cool, i get as low as 55C. My room is hot most of the time though, so 60C isnt bad.
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I used to love my 8800gt.. until I killed her with my deadly screwdriver.
(screwed on cooler too tight)

I'm thinking about buying a 8800gts if the new cards turn out to be too much, cause I just can't wait any longer to get my PC back up and running again.
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