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post #31 of 9145 Old 04-17-2014, 10:44 PM
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Impressive memory overclocks so far. I don't think the only cause to that is good hynix memory, it can't be. I guess the chips in there are slightly different or something, even reviews were pulling over 1600mhz like it's nothing.

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Impressive memory overclocks so far. I don't think the only cause to that is good hynix memory, it can't be. I guess the chips in there are slightly different or something, even reviews were pulling over 1600mhz like it's nothing.

is very impresive for a dual GPU to overclock like this, i think we have a king of the hill thumb.gif
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Hallo Hardware Rep( navdigitalstorm).Very impress with your unbiasness!! You got a 780ti and praising AMD's newest offering. Great for you. thumb.gif

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Hallo Hardware Rep( navdigitalstorm).Very impress with your unbiasness!! You got a 780ti and praising AMD's newest offering. Great for you. thumb.gif

It's the beauty of technology! I love anything as long as it doesn't break on me with in two days biggrin.gif
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I will be a member here soon. I will be running 2 295X2 with EK waterblocks. Just waiting for Club3D to receive their stock. I need them to run my 5 Asus VG248QE's @ 144Hz.

Going to put them in my LAN rig shown here.

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I will be a member here soon. I will be running 2 295X2 with EK waterblocks. Just waiting for Club3D to receive their stock. I need them to run my 5 Asus VG248QE's @ 144Hz.

Going to put them in my LAN rig shown here.
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anyone got an eta on the ek waterblock??
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anyone got an eta on the ek waterblock??

I can't say anything... You might want to ask in the EK owners thread. There is a EK rep there.
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VEERY Exciting!
I hope to grab one soon-
Congratulations owners!

If I were to get one-
I am thinking of deleting the OE cooling-
I know it's getting praise-but
(Sorry, all solutions so far look kinda bulky & I need to integrate the COMPONENT into MY system, not the PACKAGE!)
I have 2 MCW82's and 2 MCW 82-7900's-
Which seems more suited?
(Are there "steps" on the chips like 7950/7970's)
All of the review photos seem to indicate flat, so the early ones?
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I will be a member here soon. I will be running 2 295X2 with EK waterblocks. Just waiting for Club3D to receive their stock. I need them to run my 5 Asus VG248QE's @ 144Hz.

Going to put them in my LAN rig shown here.


Congrats! woluld like to see some nice and juicy picture once is done! biggrin.gif
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Update:

Running a lot of benchmarks and BF4 at 4K maxed out (Ultra AAX4) to find the highest stable overclock.

At this time 1090 MHz Core and 1650 Memory at stock voltage seems to be the sweet spot for my example. At 1080P or 1440P the overclocks are slightly higher, Of course, 4K maxed out really loads the two cores so you have to reduce freq. accordingly. The 295x2 is simply a wonderful card. Expensive yes. AMD did a great job with the design. thumb.gif

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