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Thursday September 30, 2010

My "Quiet" Galaxy GeForce GTX 480 SLI Build

I really hate to use "silent but deadly" when referring to today's My "Quiet" Galaxy GeForce GTX 480 SLI Build article but the term it is very fitting. Read the full article to see what it took to get a significantly quieter, cooler running system.

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Incredibly enough, the system that NVIDIA had with it was not near as loud as the systems I had been testing and gaming. While playing through a game of Metro 2033 on NVIDIA's box it became clearly evident that the 480 cards had been quieted by something. I originally thought NVIDIA had new fans in its cards, but that was not the case.

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