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Old 25th May 2007, 16:14   #1
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Default Aquacomputer Aquagratix R600 Watercooling

The R600 diagram maps saw to 14.05.2007 the light of the public. At the same time the company presented more aquacomputer its wasserkuehler cut to the map named aquagratix. As in our test the hp evidently, the AMD diagram map a due portion river approves itself, is quite loud 2900 XT and transports some at waste heat into air surrounding it. Equipped with aquagratix the radiator and a water cooling our Jetway hp 2900 XT is not only to be taught to lower the temperatures to become at the same time loudless and a worthwhile Uebertaktungspotenzial point out but. As masters aquagratix this performance inspection, stands in the following Review.

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Old 26th May 2007, 04:11   #2
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Nice results, 61c load despite the overclock of 860MHz core and 900Mhz RAM.
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The G80 runs really cool then; 36°C under load with water cooling
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Old 26th May 2007, 18:34   #4
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Yeah, that's fairly good for a G80 card. Might be interesting to see the results with an XFX 8800Ultra XXX edition, could be a good deal of overclocking headroom left with the temp reduction. Either way I can't fold on G80 until they fix the software issues.
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gaming would be the main priority of a €400 VGA card
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Old 27th May 2007, 00:40   #6
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I can game with either card. If the price/performance is similar then I'd be picking the card I can use for more than just games.

You might be surprised just how many people have bought ATI cards and upgrades to cards simply to fold, I certainly was when I read through some of Stanford's F@H forum.
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I learned the hard way that buying hardware "to fold" is not a good reason at all and a money pit without a way back
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Old 27th May 2007, 02:38   #8
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True enough!! The electric bills can be aweful, is why I don't operate a computer farm with all of my old systems in a back room! But a single fast computer or two is fine. However if I can game with either piece of hardware and price doesn't matter then I'm going to buy the one I can do more than just game with. And I'd be watercooling the card either way just to avoid burning it out.
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