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fastest 480gtx out there?

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Old 03-20-12, 01:13 PM Thread Starter   #1
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fastest 480gtx out there?


Just curious because i'm not sure how to search for it (not knowing where results are posted) but what arethe fastest overclocked 480gtx's out there? I say that plural to allow multiple types (liquid nitrogen, phase, waterblocks, etc) just because i'm curious what the top end is capable of. (ie the "youll never exceed this anyway so stop trying" figure)
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I'd have a look at the GTX 480 results at the bot. Click through the top rankings and you'll quickly see what they're capable of under extreme cooling.

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There's always a chance that you have the fastest card in the world, you don't know till you test it.
That said, the odds of your card equaling the fastest air HWBot card on air, water on water, etc. are mighty slim.

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Especially without adding some volt mods

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