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Galaxy GeForce GTX 465 GC Video Card Overclocked - PCstats.com Galaxy GeForce GTX 465 GC Video Card Overclocked
Mon, June 28 2010 | 12:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"I mentioned the other week that we're doing a lot of these lately. That's due to the release of so many new models and then with upgraded coolers on those models. I'm sure it's going to die down a little as time goes on and NVIDIA release lower end models which we won't overclock, but for now we've got the GTX 465 which we've just looked at in our first full review. This is the perfect candidate for overclocking. Its mid range price and target market means that the people who buy this model will really enjoy getting some free performance. This is especially true in a situation where you can make it perform closer to higher models like the GTX 470. How close can we get, though? – Well, let's not delay any longer and find out!"
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DeepCool Ice Blade Pro Heatsink Review - PCstats.com DeepCool Ice Blade Pro Heatsink Review
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Frostytech has posted a review of a heatsink called the IceBlade Pro, from newcomer DeepCool.

"DeepCool's IceBlade Pro heatsink is Xigmatek-esq looking exposed heatpipe base CPU cooler with a dark nickel plating over every inch. The IceBlade Pro is built around four 8mm diameter copper heatpipes which conduct heat to the aluminum cooling fins above. Exposed heatpipe heatsinks are good with CPUs that have large integrated heat spreaders and large silicon die's below (to spread the heat around). One or two 120mm fans can be mounted to either side of the cooler, and rubber vibration absorbing posts are supplied along with extra fan clips."

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http://www.frostytech.com/articleview.cfm?articleID=2405
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