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Windows 7: Upgrading from hd 7970 need advise looking to keep it quiet


05 Jan 2014   #1

California
 
 
Upgrading from hd 7970 need advise looking to keep it quiet

Hello everyone, am interested in making my Rig a little more quiet, I currently own a radeon hd 7970 vortex by powercolor, I was wondering about the Nvidia Geforce Ti 780 according to a recent article in tomshardware.com found here (Best Graphics Cards, CrossFire, And SLI Over $500) the geforce is a bit more expensive but quieter, I was wondering how much more quiet is it really, is there much of a difference at all? I know I could go with water color, but I don't feel comfortable with my ability to undergo such an endeavor just yet. So, basically i'm asking if anyone knows which card is the quietest and best performing at full load preferably under $800.

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06 Jan 2014   #2

Windows 7 ultimate x64
 
 

Maybe this will be able to give you some insight.

Radeon HD 7970 vs GeForce GTX 780
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