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750 core no vmods or bios mods hd4850 ha ha

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    so here it is guys dont ever doubt me.

    it's even bench stable and I can prove it if you really think I'm just making stuff up.
     

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  2. DavyGT Guest

    It may be bench stable, but is it FurMark stable? :) Remember to rename it first before you run it.
     
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    i'll post some ss of it during furmark and after.
     
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    Congrats phil!!! Can't wait to see that Furmark SS. Is that under water? If yes, which block and would it fit on an HIS HD3870?
     
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    you finally got a good card. nice!
     
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    yup sure is, dtek GPU V1 gotem from fitseries
    yeah bout time huh.
     

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