by Rafael Hernandez on July 22, 2010 · 0 comments

The majority of mid-range graphics cards are created with a reference cooler design that has cost cutting in mind over other factors which can lead to a whole heck of a lot of heat being dumped back into your PC’s case increasing the temperature of every other component in your system. EVGA’s GTX 460 Superclocked […]

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