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    Quote Originally Posted by quest for silence View Post
    Avoid, 2nd hand cards are prone to fail
    What? Only nVidia had cards that where prone to fail, like the G80, G84, G86, G92 and G94. With others the chance of failing is relatively small.

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    I am not getting any of the high-consumption-small-GPU-bad-cooling cards which of course drop like flies. Usually I am in the market for sub-150 W ones, nothing of those died on me yet. Well besides the 4850 I voltmoded and just wanted to try if it works with stock cooler…it made it all the way to OS boot screen

    My HD 5770 is already aging a bit so time to double the performance. RX 460 would just that, but since manufacturers don't give a damn…hell they must be stupid, if they knew how many LCD screens only had D-Sub and ppl still use them today. Even some 24inch FullHD P-MVA Acer panels only had analog to cheap them out.

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    I got about half a year old R9 380 in the end. Now just have to transplant the HW to a new case with new PSU as my current 400W Liberty would not handle the 200W VGA.

    I guess the mounting holes are still the same so I can use my ancient Accelero S1 with the 390 too?

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