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  • #16
    With a little voltage modding, you can get that GFTi200 past Ti500 stock. I believe X-bit got 240/590 and that was with stock cooling. That is probably a bad idea long term.

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    • #17
      lol yeah i put mine back at standard cause i dont need it, but hopefully i can get it to 230 or so core :lips:

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      • #18
        I think they managed about 230 or so core with "conventional" overclocking, but I still don't think I would leave that long term with the stock cooling. A nice crystal orb would probably keep things nice and cool. :D

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        • #19
          You think crystal orbs are worth the upgrade over blue?

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          • #20
            Crystal Orb is copper based and more solid , so i would say yes

            :thumb:

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            • #21
              hmmm ok thans

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              • #22
                I have a Blorb on my KT 133a chipset with AS II end it lowers the temp by 3c

                Remember the KT 133a ??? :cry:

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by volton
                  Remember the KT 133a ??? :cry:

                  What??? The chipset (among others) that used super-ancient SDR SDRAM??? :D

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                  • #24
                    LOL stil goes alright though :p

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