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Old 03-05-2017, 07:57 AM
Resuah Knit Resuah Knit is offline
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Default Anyone happy with their flashed 3rd party video card?

hi there,

I am having issues with a flashed MSI GTX680, is anyone of you happy with their GPU upgrade? in case you don't know, you can swap graphics cards and enjoy 4k and more video ram, but I just found that everything goes smoother with my HD5870 - in my experience animations get laggy sometimes with the 680, and my fans speed up on start so I have to use OpenGL-extensions-viewer to calm them down

any experiences from the pros? is there a flashable/flashed model out there that gives the same fluid experience as a stock apple card?

that would be nice, cause I have a 4k monitor that I can only use in 2k with my HD5870 :)
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