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[FS][US] Asus GTX 465 1GB GDDR5 OC

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by CS, Mar 13, 2011.

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    Bump.:)
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    10 memory chip?
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    wondering the same.. is it an 8 mem chip model or 10 ?
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    Can I tell without removing the heatsink assembly ? Also,I was pretty sure only some PNY and MSI cards had 10 chips.
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    take a pic of the bottom of the card...

    it should be in 3 4 3 arrangements
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    i'll let my friend know thats been looking for a good card... you may have a pm shortly
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    Not sure you can tell from the underside tbh if it has the elusive 10 chips. The PCB was the same for both the 10 and 8 chip cards.

    Apologies for thread trashing!
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    actually you can, if there was no memory chip on the other side of the card, it would not have any resistors on the reverse side - just solder balls.


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