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Old September 30, 2011, 08:22 AM
twistedjiji twistedjiji is offline
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Originally Posted by Arinoth View Post
Another fair warning is that when you run dual cards you have a higher risk of the primary card to overheat as it is unable to get fresh air as easily as the secondary (card on the outside). To avoid your cards from overheating you'll more then likely need a more aggressive fan profile (instructions available, just follow my signature) and keeping the fan at a higher fan speed.

You can actually overclock them together, in sli, if you keep msi afterburner to mirror the settings for both the cards.
Awesome! Thanks so much! I got my system up and running and have yet to really tweak the Afterburner software that came with the cards, but I got to play with the fan speed to hear the the noise level. I will definitely do as you suggested. Many thanks! =)
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