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aerocoolpc73
01-28-07, 06:56 PM
This thing just keeps shocking me one game after the other. It runs these settings while idle temps are 58C/136.4F and during 3 straight races of Most Wanted back to back highest temp in my Aerocool Extreme 3T case was 67C/152.6F. Just simply a stunning piece of technology and anyone still debating on getting one get the EVGA 8800 GTS Superclocked and crank it up. 604 core and 2004 mem completely cool and stable totally amazing. Get one ASAP. Oh and one more thing untill wednesday when I built this new rig I was ATI for life faithful. Trust me these 8800's are the real deal and there is no compromises with these things. They slaughter and slay everything in their path.

SlieTheSecond
01-28-07, 07:50 PM
Ya they are nice. It seems like everyone can crank the memory up but core not quite as high. Mines the opposite hehe.

At 2000 memory I get bad artifacting. at 1900 memory I got the odd lockup. At 1800 memory I am fine. I going to slowly go up and see how it works.

But I can run 660 core no problem so far.

Defiantly a nice card.

Redeemed
01-28-07, 09:17 PM
I haven't really tried to push my GTSs to the limit. They are bottlenecked by my CPU (badly) anyway so even if they did OC well the benefit wouldn't be that substantial.

GoldenTiger
01-28-07, 09:54 PM
Mine's at 621core/1460sp(shader)/2000ram under Vista using an nbitor BIOS flash to set the clocks... runs INCREDIBLY well. I'm on a Core 2 Duo E6600 @ 3.21ghz under this, with 2GB of RAM on an Asus P5W DH Deluxe (975X chipset motherboard). Rock-solid, with no graphical glitches/artifacts whatsoever.

eva2000
01-30-07, 08:20 AM
Ya they are nice. It seems like everyone can crank the memory up but core not quite as high. Mines the opposite hehe.

At 2000 memory I get bad artifacting. at 1900 memory I got the odd lockup. At 1800 memory I am fine. I going to slowly go up and see how it works.

But I can run 660 core no problem so far.

Defiantly a nice card.
drop core down and you should be able to clock memory a tad higher.. find right balance between GPU/MEM clocks ;)