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Default Left the Red Team for the green - 05-08-2012, 12:00 | posts: 317 | Location: Sweden

hello so my HD6970 is probably faulty, as it seems the rear of it is loose.
It is like a Shoe where the sole ahs left the other part and it creates a gap that is how my 6970 was at the rear it was like bent somehow.
Well that isnīt my problem anymore it is sold andni ahve ordered this bad guy(not a 690/680):

and i have also updated my PC with:
Asus Maximus Gene V
G.skill sniper Gddr3 8Gb
i5 3570K
ssd disk
Only donwside was that the origina cooler that came with the cpu is faulty.
As i have tried it at two different fan conectors and it sometime starts and sometimes i gotta help it so i could sometimes run the PC and sometimes it took me a while to get the fan spinning.

so i ordered a CM hyper 212 Evo as well

so now iīm a Nvidia guy as i canīt afford a 7970 and i have seen those cards arenīt all go it is a troublesome card, if i am not misstaken.

but i do want a GTX680
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