Gainward Releases GTX 780 Phantom "Goes Like Hell" Edition

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RooD

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I'm don't understand why you would pay the extra for an OCed addition... I hit over that on reference cooler.

If it is a higher binned chip maybe I could understand
 

alidan

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i'm assuming that most overclocks, at least ones like this, are binned chips that can perform higher.
im also assumeing that the coolers on overclocked chips are a bit better than standard reference.
granted im also willing to also take a lower clocked chip over a higher clocked one so they spit out less heat.

now with that said, what moron named it "goes like hell"
they should be fired
i have never heard anything, besides bat out of hell, that sounds like it performs fast.
have you ever thought, "runs like hell" and thought it was a good thing?
 

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Now if only they would go back to selling cards in North America... Owned a Gainward Golden Sample a while back and it was definitely worth the money.
 


The GTX780 has a very good reference cooler. So I agree with you in some sense.
 

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Alidan, the term "Goes Like Hell" has a history that is far older than you.

I think it is awesome that they called it that. The GLH and GLHS were awesome little cars.
 

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googled GLH, and all it popped up was Shelby GLHS
its about as old as me, and considering the first time i heard it runs like hell was while a description my parents used to talk about a car, saying goes like hell sounds really REALLY stupid.

 
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