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Old 19th January, 2007, 07:39 PM
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Samuknow -

Why not just post a link?
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Old 19th January, 2007, 10:24 PM
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I did. Post number 8


But here you go....Ram Sinks


I am going to push this thing and see what it will do tonight...
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So far it is @ 430 / 880...

Gets a little warm though. I have to turn up the fans on my radiator to keep the heat down. Still stable and no artifacts...

That is from stock 325/700 and it is unlocked....
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I sink your card is running just fine, arghhhhh mine is only going as far as 329/800
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Old 22nd January, 2007, 12:37 PM
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Is that what you were sinking about Chris?

I played FEAR for 2 hours on Sat with it @ 430/880. Ran great. Again I have to crank up my radiator fans...

I will finish up the review and at least post some pics tonight. Once I get a fan blowing directly on my card, it may do more....
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But here you go....Ram Sinks

JEE-zus! They're HUUUUGE!
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Old 25th January, 2007, 09:31 PM
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20x20x15 mm

They weigh a ton.

Should have the review done by the weekend. You should see them on my card....Beasts..
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Old 26th January, 2007, 01:29 AM
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They are some beasts thats for sure..........with just the stock cooling on my 6800LE, i am setting at 415/820, with room to push it further, so i would think you would be able to push your card much further....push it till it bleeds!
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I ended up using the stock adhesive for now. Seems to work great...

Take a look here
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From 815 to 880 on the RAM = +8%. Noice!
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From 815 to 880 on the RAM = +8%. Noice!

And that is from a stock of 700...
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