Wow, NVIDIA really put some priority in the GTX 480 heatsink over the 470, but I guess I can't blame them. I guess higher temps on the 470 is a good sign for people who are big fans of aftermarket, since it gives some hope for high 30c idle and mid 70c load in a decent case.
Thanks for the re-test on BC2. I wonder what's killing the performance... I'd think it would at least kill a 285 in DX10 settings...
As always, great review(s).
"Don't fix what isn't broken; Just upgrade it."