EVGA Ti4600 Super HSF - 10 Degrees HOTTER

tenoc

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Wow! 50 bucks more for less performance! What a concept! Marketing rules!
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Brian48

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I had a feeling this would happen. I'm not an engineer, but I just don't see the logic in using the same heat dissipation surface to cover two objects that generate two different levels of heat. It's one thing if both the core and memory was guaranteed to run at the same temps when at idle AND full load, but that's never the case. It just make sense to keep them segregated (ie. Gainward).

Oh well, I'm glad I canx'd my order for the eVga last month :)