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  1. #81


    Quote Originally Posted by TONSCHUH View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Agiel View Post
    wooww, where do you live ?? i got a friend in US, is spensive to send the GTX670-OC there ?? maybe you just have it lying arround with dust, i dont care dust, i know how to clean it
    I live in Australia. The GTX670-OC got sold when I got the GTX680-SOC's, because my wife didn't want to upgrade her GTX570-OC back then.

    She doesn't really need the GTX680-SOC, because she only play's games like Diablo-3, but I want to put the GTX570-OC in a spare Dell with a Q8200 in it and use it as a media-player / media-server, because it has only a HD4350 in it.

    My wife should still benefit a bit from the larger VRAM.

    The GTX680-SOC-2GB are almost impossible to get now, at least in Australia.

    I only found them via eBay now, where they sell for ~AU$300,- (used) and ~AU$800,- (new).

    I paid ~AU$550,- for each back then (new).

    The GTX670-OC goes for ~AU$250,- (used) on eBay.

    I found a GTX680-OC on eBay with a starting bid of only C$150,-: Click

    wow !! the cooling is passive ?? this thing get hots ?? like ~80 full load ?

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  2. #82


    Wynnum Australia
    Posts : 466
    Windows-10-Pro-Build-11099.rs1-x64


    Quote Originally Posted by Agiel View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TONSCHUH View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Agiel View Post
    wooww, where do you live ?? i got a friend in US, is spensive to send the GTX670-OC there ?? maybe you just have it lying arround with dust, i dont care dust, i know how to clean it
    I live in Australia. The GTX670-OC got sold when I got the GTX680-SOC's, because my wife didn't want to upgrade her GTX570-OC back then.

    She doesn't really need the GTX680-SOC, because she only play's games like Diablo-3, but I want to put the GTX570-OC in a spare Dell with a Q8200 in it and use it as a media-player / media-server, because it has only a HD4350 in it.

    My wife should still benefit a bit from the larger VRAM.

    The GTX680-SOC-2GB are almost impossible to get now, at least in Australia.

    I only found them via eBay now, where they sell for ~AU$300,- (used) and ~AU$800,- (new).

    I paid ~AU$550,- for each back then (new).

    The GTX670-OC goes for ~AU$250,- (used) on eBay.

    I found a GTX680-OC on eBay with a starting bid of only C$150,-: Click

    wow !! the cooling is passive ?? this thing get hots ?? like ~80 full load ?
    I can get it up to ~78C with my max Overclock and the fans on maybe ~50-60%. The cooling is quite good, but the fans are a bit noisy at 100%, because they are so small.

    You can fit a EK-Waterblocks (full-cover) on it and reduce the slot-size from 3 down to 2:



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  3. #83


    WFT !!!
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  4. #84


    Wynnum Australia
    Posts : 466
    Windows-10-Pro-Build-11099.rs1-x64


    Quote Originally Posted by Agiel View Post
    WFT !!!
    Yeah, they are Monster-GPU's, but they are the fastest 680's "out-of-the box" you can buy.

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  5. #85


    will it work with a Thermaltake TR2 600w ?? 56amps ??
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  6. #86


    Wynnum Australia
    Posts : 466
    Windows-10-Pro-Build-11099.rs1-x64


    It should be enough. Will double-check when I'm back home, what power-connectors the GPU needs.

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  7. #87


    Wynnum Australia
    Posts : 466
    Windows-10-Pro-Build-11099.rs1-x64


    You will unfortunately need at least a 650W-PSU, possible because you need 2x 8-pin PCIe-Power-Connectors for 1 GPU.

    I ran both with an Antec HCG-900W and would at least use a 750W-PSU for one, to have some overhead.

    The Antec HCG-900W will end up in my wife's rig and her Antec TP-750W "new" will go with the GTX570-OC into the Dell.

    Like my 2x GTX780-Ti-GHz-Edition draw ~800W in total (with the rest of my rig) with the Corsair AX1200i, but there are user's which had a 1000W-Seasonic-PSU, which is generally a good brand, but got power-cut-out's / crashes etc. That's one of the reasons why I went for a newer and stronger PSU for them. I would have liked to get the Antec HCP-1300W, but it was out of stock and I didn't want to wait for it to come back in.

    Every PSU looses "strength" when it ages and therefor it's just better and saver not to cut back on your PSU, especially if you overclock on top of it.

    Better spend a bit more for the PSU, than to replace your whole rig after your PSU killed everything.

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  8. #88


    yes my friend, my Thermaltake has 1x6pin and 1x8pin PCI-Exp connector, its 600W but over 588W it go below 80% efficiency, over 588W maintain the 82 ~ 86% ... the other thing to have into consideration is Watts, HDD, DVD, CPU and Fans ... i think 750W will be ok, i'll go with 800 ~ 850W ... just to be safe, i don't like to be in the edge ... need to have some margen ...

    a month ago i have a i3 3220 wich is ok for overall gaming, and then Crisys 3 came, and Metro Last Light, and the i3 could\t hold, i was lucky that a friend od mine was in the way to leave Cuba to Holland and leave me his little Monster i5 3570K, so iwas from 55TDP to 77TDP, i was trying to convince him to lend me his z77x but no way hahaha so im stuck with my B75M thing ... i got the beast in a cage ... no OC yet ... this peace of crap does't let me OC or at least have a decent Massures, Gigabyte make sure with therir medium ~ low Mobos coz all the meassurement are messed up, and the 5V is missing ...


    thaks god i have decent RAMS, a friend it's leaving the coutry to switzerland and im planing to get his CX650 ... i hope he wants to ...
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  9. #89


    im sure this is not the place to post this question, but, can any one tell me why is Windows making this error ... im not OC'ing nothing, everything is stock ...

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  10. #90


    Wynnum Australia
    Posts : 466
    Windows-10-Pro-Build-11099.rs1-x64


    Quote Originally Posted by Agiel View Post
    yes my friend, my Thermaltake has 1x6pin and 1x8pin PCI-Exp connector, its 600W but over 588W it go below 80% efficiency, over 588W maintain the 82 ~ 86% ... the other thing to have into consideration is Watts, HDD, DVD, CPU and Fans ... i think 750W will be ok, i'll go with 800 ~ 850W ... just to be safe, i don't like to be in the edge ... need to have some margen ...




    Quote Originally Posted by Agiel View Post
    im sure this is not the place to post this question, but, can any one tell me why is Windows making this error ... im not OC'ing nothing, everything is stock ...

    Click image for larger version
    I'm not sure as it seems to work correctly for me in Windows-8.1-Pro-WMC-x64.

    Would have to do some research about it.

    Good luck with getting some better parts !


    I play all kind of games, but mainly FPS like BF4 / Titanfall etc. .

    At the moment I try to finally finish Dead Space 3.


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