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Old 06-27-10, 01:33 PM   #14
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Default Re: Evga GTX High Flow brackets

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I'm getting this turbo floor fan along with my high flow brackets

Playing Left 4 Dead on 3 screens (using SoftTH) @ 5760 x 1080 had my first video card up as high as 108 degrees and that's with the fan at 100% and side case cover off

Good thing I'll be gaming with headphones lmao
time to mod your case with some side case fans! Like a 240mm for example. and usually the bigger the case fan, the quieter they are! It's about as big as your honeywell there! BTW, did anyone go to evga's site and notice they also changed the cards. Not only do they come in flavours with high flow brackets, they put a back panel on the card! see thumbnail below.
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