Yup, I got one of those Arctic Extreme coolers as well, to replace the stock fan on my launch-day HD7950. With a bit of pushing and prodding, it allows me to run mine at 1100mhz 100% stable and pretty quiet ?
There is a bit of thermodynamics here. Blowers move air over all the cooling fins. The amount of air being moved is dependent upon the single blower fan. The down side is that by the time the air reaches the fins above the GPU, it has already been warmed by the VRM and memory portion of the cooler, thus lowering overall efficiency for cooling the GPU itself. The one advantage of this setup is that the input airflow is typically cooler as the hot air from the GPU is immediately exhausted to outside the case.
There is always a bit of variation. Guru3d for example uses newer Nvidia drivers and show better results on the nvidia cards for example. Unless everyone uses the exact same setup you are likely to see some sites slightly differing from others.
First generation quinolones are rarely used today because of poor biodistribution and spectrum of activity compared to more modern members of this class. Second generation drugs were characterized by expanded activity particularly against aerobic gram-negative bacteria, but were not broadly active against gram-positive bacteria.310 Ciprofloxacin (59), a standout second generation fluoroquinolone, is still one of the most active quinolones against P. aeruginosa and has also garnered a lot of attention for its activity against extremely virulent bacteria such as Bacillius anthracis (anthrax) and Yersinia pestis (plague). Some third generation compounds showed improved activity against gram-positives. Levofloxacin (60), for example, showed marked improvements against Streptococcus.
Connor McDavid is a perfect example. Edmonton got obliterated last season when he wasn't on the ice, and they were extremely dangerous when he was. Even further, it tells you how awful someone's linemates are if they are plus-7% in relative Corsi and their teammates are minus-2%. How is there that big of a discrepancy? It does no good to say that "a player's Corsi was this, so he's bad," when you haven't considered he probably played seven of the last 20 minutes while they were up a couple goals and the other team was pressing.
The problem here is that zone starts don't actually matter that much. That's because they're much more infrequent than commonly believed. Micah Blake McCurdy has shown that if we adjusted for defensive zone (or offensive zone) start-heavy players, even in extreme cases of deployment, only 5% of players would see a change of more than 1% in their Corsi for percentage. That's astounding. And small.
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