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Old 30-01-19, 06:41 PM
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
I typed up some more but then pizza came lol. Also, look at the back plate of the card in question and compare the screw holes to a stock PCB. I believe GamersNexus have stripped one.

Couldn't find the article you mentioned, but Hexus did a review about the Gigabyte Windforce

Stripping it to the bare PCB, Gigabyte keeps costs in check by adopting what appears to be a reference-style PCB. That means a 10in-long card, 8+6-pin power connectors, and a lack of SLI connectors.
According to the review, Gigabyte seems like a good card. Good overclocker but noisy fan.
Lucky a full cover waterblock isn't noisy :P Aaand, a backplate is included!

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