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7900GTX and aftermarket (quiet) fans

Discussion in 'Nvidia' started by dizzy, Aug 12, 2006.

  1. dizzy

    dizzy Guest

    I'm leaning toward getting a 7900GT (one of the slightly overclocked
    ones) and putting a Zalman fan on it so it's quiet.

    Seems like so many games can use all of a pair of 7900GTX cards, I'm
    tempted to get one of those. But I think there's no way to replace
    the cooling setup on the GTX. Maybe you don't have to because it's
    already big-enough to run quiet?

    Is the increased cost worth it? I'm starting to think I'd be
    better-served by downgrading my CPU to the Core2 Duo 6400 (instead of
    the 6600) and using the money saved to get the GTX over the GT.

    But maybe the overclocked GT cards are almost as fast as the GTX
    dizzy, Aug 12, 2006
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    Jean Guest

    I bought 2x7900GTX to replace my 2x7900GT because get rid of watercooling
    and I choose the 7900GTX for his silence..believe me you won't here it...
    and the 512 meg really do a difference for some games .......
    Jean, Aug 12, 2006
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  3. More cents than brains me sees.

    Home Theatre Guy, Aug 12, 2006
  4. dizzy

    Jean Guest

    Hey le Trou de cul..si tu n'as rien à dire de mieux... décrisse !
    Jean, Aug 12, 2006
  5. dizzy

    dizzy Guest

    If anyone cares, this is what I ended up doing. An Evga (one of the
    "reloads") 7900GT clocking at 560MHz (stock is 450MHz). Hoping it
    will run cool, quiet and fast with the Zalman VF900-CU.
    dizzy, Aug 13, 2006
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    Shrub Guest

    english please
    Shrub, Aug 17, 2006
  7. dizzy

    Shrub Guest

    get the gtx and save ur money the difference wont be much
    Shrub, Aug 17, 2006
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