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Gigabyte GTX 680 SOC
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ElfFriend Apr 2 2013 says: quiet is it?

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Gamingroach Apr 2 2013 says:

Silent compared to my case fans...I don't hear it at all in both idle and load...even running MSI Kombustor benchmark for 15 minutes.
Temps hangs around 50 degrees Celsius and 30 degrees idle.

Also for case pics its real heavy that it slightly sags under its own weight!

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ElfFriend Apr 22 2013 replied:

i can't view the case since im not on your friends list

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Gamingroach Apr 23 2013 replied:

sorry about that.

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pjdman44 Apr 3 2013 says:

I also got Gigabyte but I use Nvidia GeForce GT 220

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This card is huge...I mean huge! I got this as a upgrade from my Radeon HD 7850. What I really like about this beast is the cooling design featuring a massive heatsink and 5x 40mm fans, makes this card real unique is unlike traditional gpu fans, it blows out heat from side of the card. Where traditional fans would get blocked by another card when in a SLI setup, especially in a 3 slot beefy design. I might get a second of this beast to run in SLI.

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