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W.T. Jones
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« on: February 03, 2013, 01:15:15 PM »
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Hi folks, I am specifying a new system (windows 7 64 pro if it makes a difference). I am looking at the above card. and possibly the 650 fan cooled model. But I am drawn to the quietness of the passive cooled system if they work well & have good service life.

Any experience with them? I am getting this machine primarily for Photoshop, Lightroom and some light video editing in PS  No gaming or 3D cad etc...

I do not think I need to spend the big bucks for a super cool high end card for this application. for the near future i am going to power one NEC PA271-BK monitor and add a second when I have the extra cash. or that is the plan anyway.
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« Reply #1 on: March 02, 2013, 09:44:03 PM »
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Hi folks, I am specifying a new system (windows 7 64 pro if it makes a difference). I am looking at the above card. and possibly the 650 fan cooled model. But I am drawn to the quietness of the passive cooled system if they work well & have good service life.

Any experience with them? I am getting this machine primarily for Photoshop, Lightroom and some light video editing in PS  No gaming or 3D cad etc...

I do not think I need to spend the big bucks for a super cool high end card for this application. for the near future i am going to power one NEC PA271-BK monitor and add a second when I have the extra cash. or that is the plan anyway.

Don't know about the Zotac but I recently installed an EVGA 640 with 2GB video mem. It has cooling fans and a shroud to help induct air. Quite as a mouse. I too saw no point in a very expensive display card but based on my experience with other dual monitor capable video cards cooling fans are a must. These graphic adapters suck a lot of current and get hot.

I have a Cooler Master 690 II Advanced case which provides lots of ventilation with six case fans and a large Cooler Master cpu radiator with fan and the box is uber quite and cool!

My 2 cents,

Don Bryant 
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