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Wanted [EU]: Gtx 970 non refernece

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by Rik1254, Nov 3, 2014.

  1. Rik1254

    Rik1254 Well-Known Member

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    After an upgrade from my 7950.

    Ideally msi or gigabyte non reference cooler....might consider Asus too.

    What yall got
     
  2. Jonathan Tjong

    Jonathan Tjong New Member

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    I've been hearing a lot about this "non reference" GPUs. What's the difference might I ask?
     
  3. dJabba

    dJabba eTeknix Staff Forum Mod

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    A reference cooler and layout is what AMD/Nvidia has created. Then there are all the aftermarket coolers and custom PrintedCircuitBoards from the manufacturers themselves - where they improve on the basic design created by the chip manufacturers.

    For example, this is the reference cooler from AMD: [​IMG]
     
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    James sterenberg New Member

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    You still hunting mate?
     

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