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    Sapphire TOXIC Radeon X1900 XTX

    We like recent model Radeons in the high-end space, but not where noise is concerned. I recently reviewed an X1900 XTX that attempts to sort that out. Does it succeed?

    Quote Originally Posted by HEXUS.core
    The reference cooler ATI equipped their Radeon X1800 XT and Radeon X1900 XT/XTX with is effective, there's no doubting that. Cools the chip well, actively cools the memory; job is indeed a good'un, as they say. Shame it's the sonic equivalent of a punch in the face, then.
    Read on to find out if it does.
    MOLLY AND POPPY!

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    So to buy one also means contemplating changing it for something else. Bar Arctic Cooling's Accelero X2, there's nothing really out there that's solely air-cooled and capable of dealing with the heat of something like an X1900 XT or XTX, without making a racket.
    what about the vf900?

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    What about the HIS X1900 XT/X IceQ3?

    http://www.hisdigital.com/html/product_ov.php?id=227


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    Quote Originally Posted by YorkieBen
    what about the vf900?
    What about the Thermalright V1 Ultra?
    See System Specs.

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    Just the review I was looking for, nice one. Thats the first price I've seen for it though

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