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[FS][US] GTX 470 Very Large Edition

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by LAN_deRf_HA, Nov 19, 2010.

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    MSI card base, flashed with a modified version of NCspecV81's 480 based bios. 700/3400/1.025v, identifies as evga. Gelid cooler, evga backplate, stock vrm/ram cooler modified to fit around the gelid. Fans replaced with 92mm evercool aluminum sinked fans. The fans are joined with a uv 3pin Y cable, and attached to the sink with zip ties. I’m including a nanoxia 3pin to 4pin pwm controller so you can plug it into your mobo and adjust them manually. You may want to run the fan array off the card, so I’ll throw in a mini pwm plug in the event you want to make an adapter. $205 shipped free CONUS

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    This pic is before I switched to the zip ties. The LEDs aren’t nearly that bright.
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    very large indeed what can that card do?
     
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    bump for a giant mofo cooler. What temps do you get with it?
     
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    Can I just say that is one of the most bad ass looking cards I have ever seen!!!!
     
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    Around 78c with OCCT for 15 minutes. Might do better in a properly vented case, the plus is I can't hear the fans at 100% over the rest of the system, so I just ran it without the controller. If I had known noise wasn't going to be a problem I wouldn't have bought the nanoxia, sucker was $12 and it's just a cable with a box on it.
     
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    WOW.. triple slot but still 78c? i guess it could hit about just 60 some
     
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    Yeah the aluminum fans don't magically soak up more heat unfortunately, the contact points are to small, and the vrm/ram cooling won't be reflected in the core measurements, just longevity and efficiency. It's still ultimately limited by how well the gelid block performs. And uh, for the record... I think it's 4 slots.
     
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    bump for serious cooling and it looks cool
     
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    Bump for looking and giving me the idea to buy those fans for my Icy Vision. What a great looking card. :toast:
     
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    I have to say I had two of these evercool fans in my last matx rig (Minibox) and they moved more air at their noise output (32cfm at silent db) than any other 80mm fans I have worked with. If you want a cool n470 without a large noise* output this is a good way to go.

    P.S. They are sexy in a window to.
     
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    Holy pcb bending batman
     
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    Actually between the stock vrm cooling and the backplate it's about as straight as it gets. Overall though it is pretty heavy.
     
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    3 and a half, and it will bigger than your heat sink processor :eek:
     
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    Bump for the most badass video card ever.

    I'd get it...if it would've fit in my lowest PCIe slot...
     
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    I'd keep it for sli if I didn't have a network card and a sound card. It'd fit every other setup but mine... or one like yours that already runs sli.
     
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    Argh I be bumpin this there thread
     
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    sexy, if i didnt hate buying modified parts i might pick this up to go back to the green side
     
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    Well to each their own. I bought it with the gelid on it for the convenience. Oh, and price drop!
     
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    price drop
     
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    pg 3 rescue bump
     
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    and... price drop!
     

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