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Old 08-15-2013, 02:59 PM   #71 (permalink)
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Btw, the only aftermarket solutions I prefer are these for the GPU.
Quiet VGA Cooler for 680 / 670 GTX or 7870 / 7850 Radeon from Arctic Cooling - Accelero Xtreme III - DCACO-V15G400-BL - Scan.co.uk

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835186067

Used the Newegg link because I don't know if they sell those abroad yet. The Hybrid cooler is by far my favorite solution to date as it doesn't have all the weight of a large heatsink like the above, and also exhausts all that heat out the back like a regular H50/ect.
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Btw, the only aftermarket solutions I prefer are these for the GPU.
Quiet VGA Cooler for 680 / 670 GTX or 7870 / 7850 Radeon from Arctic Cooling - Accelero Xtreme III - DCACO-V15G400-BL - Scan.co.uk

ARCTIC Accelero Hybrid VGA Cooler - Newegg.com

Used the Newegg link because I don't know if they sell those abroad yet. The Hybrid cooler is by far my favorite solution to date as it doesn't have all the weight of a large heatsink like the above, and also exhausts all that heat out the back like a regular H50/ect.
there expensive, but nice. Don't think they do them here yet. Haven't seen them

The card is idleing at 48-50 again... Why is it doing this lol...

Do you guys think i should buy another card? If so which one for less then £200. keep in mind i have a 750w PSU. Need it for playing WoW mostly.
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Default Re: HD 5870 Temp.

Like I said, idle temps mean nothing. If your load isn't going over 90c you're fine.

If you want to upgrade, the best card for that kind of money is this.
EVGA GeForce GTX 760 Graphics Card - 2GB - 02G-P4-2761-KR - Scan.co.uk
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Like I said, idle temps mean nothing. If your load isn't going over 90c you're fine.

If you want to upgrade, the best card for that kind of money is this.
EVGA GeForce GTX 760 Graphics Card - 2GB - 02G-P4-2761-KR - Scan.co.uk
Thats a beast! Well, it's either, cpu/mobo/ram upgrade. Or Graphics card upgrade.
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