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XFX Radeon HD 5830 Video Card Review - XFX Radeon HD 5830 Video Card Review
Thu, June 24 2010 | 1:41AM | PermaLink Feedback?
The XFX Radeon HD 5830 video card (XFX HD-583X-ZNFV) has an overall length of 10.25 inches, so this isn't a little card by any means. In order to keep the XFX Radeon HD 5830's temperatures in check, XFX uses a custom cooling solution that features a 70mm fan. The heat sink assembly has a pair of heat pipes with ~120 fins soldered in place. The fan is a 70x70x15mm fan that is rated for .43 Amps and a maximum speed of 4000RPM. For a small fan it move a decent amount of air, at maximum speed it will push 35.5CFM through the fins of the heatsink. The heat sink itself has a copper base and the pair of copper heatpipes that run through the base have been soldered into place...
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Gigabyte GV-N96TSL-1GI GeForce 9600GT SilentCell Review - Gigabyte GV-N96TSL-1GI GeForce 9600GT SilentCell Review
Sat, July 04 2009 | 4:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
From a pure performance point of view the GIGABYTE GV-N96TSL-1GI video card is not the fastest card in its price range. Where this card excels however is in the temperature rating it gets idle (52C) and under normal stress conditions (62C). These temperatures are far lower than equivalent video cards with high speed noisy fans. The GIGABYTE card is excellent for the HTPC with two PCI slots as the card makes no noise (no fan) and uses little power. This card can also be used in a two card SLI system making performance near 9800GTX levels with no noise. The ability of the card to output to a monitor at 1920x1080 with 85HZ refresh rate makes this card ideal for a HTPC owner wanting to attach a HDTV to their computer with the HDMI connector.
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