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Old 28-03-18, 10:44 AM
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EVGA GTX 1070 Ti FTW Ultra Silent Review



EVGA have produced a graphics that is perfect for those of you who want the quietest possible card whilst gaming, and we put it to the test.


EVGA GTX 1070 Ti FTW Ultra Silent Review

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Old 28-03-18, 08:57 PM
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What is most valuable is that this card runs as quiet as anything we've ever tested this side of a passive card.

Then it isn't silent.
Difficult to discern it might be, but I do want an end to this stupid description of something as silent when it is actually not.
There is no ultra silent or any other form of silence other than actual silence,
And this is not.

Difficult or impossible to distinguish is impressive though.
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Old 28-03-18, 09:09 PM
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even after all that Nvidia GPP stuff nice to see oc3d still giving them exposure.
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Old 28-03-18, 09:46 PM
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I love evga's cards always look so slick and customer service from what i hear is amazing
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What is most valuable is that this card runs as quiet as anything we've ever tested this side of a passive card.

Then it isn't silent.
Difficult to discern it might be, but I do want an end to this stupid description of something as silent when it is actually not.
There is no ultra silent or any other form of silence other than actual silence,
And this is not.

Difficult or impossible to distinguish is impressive though.
The silent part is when the fans are not spinning. At least that's how I understand it any way.
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The silent part is when the fans are not spinning. At least that's how I understand it any way.
Which isn't going to be during any demanding gaming, which is the point of the product.
And then it isn't "ultra silent" or any other fancy sort of silence when using only a fraction of what it is capable of.
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Which isn't going to be during any demanding gaming, which is the point of the product.
And then it isn't "ultra silent" or any other fancy sort of silence when using only a fraction of what it is capable of.
Marketting hogwash, mate. Think about it. Ultra silent? that's a bit stupid considering silent means no noise at all. It's like when people say 110% !. Some one clearly got excited.
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