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  1. I have SLI GTX Superclocked Signature 2 680's, and when I'm playing games, it gets to the high 70's sometimes. The TJ Max is 105c, but I still am wondering if this is too hot. I have the nzxt phantom (Full Tower), I got a bit higher RPM fans, with a total of 4 fans. The 2nd 680 usually runs 10 degrees C lower than the primary one. So, is this something I should be worrying about? I have not seen it go up to 80 yet. I just dont want to have my 680's die on me. Thanks in advance ~ Dan
  2. make sure you the latest vga and sli drivers but yup thats is it VGA Drivers?
  3. I ordered a system w/ 2 EVGA SC Signature 2 680's in it, and I am wondering something. Once I put both of them in the mobo, I just enable them in Nvdia Control panel, and I can plug my HDMI into one of them and play? Hope this wasnt too broad. Thanks in advance ~ Dan
  4. Thanks so much for your help I have 16GB Corsair Vengeance. I was just really wondering if this CPU will drag my GPU's down, or vise-versa.
  5. Intel Core i7 3770k @ about probably 4.6 Ghz SLI EVGA Overclocked GTX 680's Asus Sabertooth Z77 Corsair 1200 W PSU Will anything bottleneck? Thanks in advance ~ Dan
  6. As the title says, I just ordered parts for a new rig. Some of the main components: - 16GB Corsair Vengeance RAM - 128 GB SSD - SLI EVGA OverClocked GTX 680's - i7 3770k probably oc'd to 4.6 I will be playing Starcraft, as well as GPU intensive games such as BF3, DayZ, FarCry 3, Crysis 3, and many more. I am only running @ 1920x1080, and would like to Max out games and get very good frames (anywhere from 50-100) So how many years will they last? Thanks in advance! ~ Dan
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