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Galax GTX 1070 EXOC Sniper Video Card Review


Galax GTX 1070 EXOC Sniper Video Card Review

The bottom line here is that if you are not one to tune your card for higher performance through overclocking, then you have no reason to worry, as the card performs admirably throughout my testing. During my testing, I found that the noise levels generated by the card were pretty low, even with the fan speeds ramped up to 100%. The 100mm dual-fans used on the EXOC version of Galax’s line-up do fairly well keeping the card cool enough at just 71 ºC under load or about 5 degrees Celsius warmer than Galax advertises, but is not a significant issue due to the obvious testing ambient temperatures. To alleviate fears of an overheating 5+2 phase VRM, Galax does use a large aluminum heatsink over the VRM on the all custom PCB with airflow coming through the large dual-heatpipe-equipped heatsink… at OverclockersClub


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