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12 Comments

  1. All sounds good with your review except the part where the card has terrible coil whine. Unless it’s just mine out of the box that got it, it’s bad. In fact so bad that I would skip this card to go with a different brand that does not have the coil whine.

    • Hi Mike, from what I understand these newer versions are fine (ours is). So maybe get in touch with support and see if they will swap it out for you

      • quicksterdnb

        Yup. Just bought one last week. No coil whine. The default curve on the fans wasnt kicking on until around 70c though. Although that’s totally safe. I changed the fan curve to kick on at 60c.

  2. stevee

    My EVGA 970 SSC does not have coil whine either. Maybe you were unlucky or something 🙁

  3. BoutTime

    No coil whine on mine either. I have the 3975.

  4. Birgir Gudjonsson

    coil whine usually comes from a bad power until.

  5. Barry Cooper

    No coil whine here thankfully. I got 1474mhz on core by just moving the sliders over and adding +100 on normal voltage. Im not to clued up about over clocking either. My first ever EVGA product and definitely not my last. I was mad that I couldn’t quite afford a 980 and mad that my 780 was slugging a bit in my small form factor build. I couldn’t care less now.

    • Brian Blair

      Your full of it! You never had a 780! The 780 is pretty much equal to the 970! There would be barley any performance gain! At’least research things better before you lie!

      • Frank Honest

        yes there is. its more efficient so uses less power and runs cooler, all helping with ocing.
        almost all custom designs run close to the 980 (and some games even faster) when oced.
        ever heard about nvidias temp/power limits??
        my +100MHz 780 did ~13000, when a 970 does it at stock clock and about 30% cooler..

        not even talking about MFAA and other things maxwell has (over the 700 series).

  6. Shorty20122012 .

    So you review a 1080p card, and run it at 1440p, at unplayable frame rates, and this is suppose to be useful info? LOL

    • Frank Honest

      because people want to know if it can.
      most FPS gamers run wqhd res (on +24″ monis) to improve detail.
      snipe over long distance,and you can tell the difference. 😉

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