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Are you trying to flash it to a 290x? Have you tried using this method. http://www.overclock.net/t/1353325/tutorial-atiwinflash-how-to-flash-the-bios-of-your-ati-cards
Got them mounted to a 240 alphacool atm 45 mm thick and there not even close to as loud as the corsair fans, you can hear air moving but nothing to distinct. And they are max 1200 rpm also.
Put the pump in the bottom where the 420 rad is.
Are you flashing in windows? You can adjust the clocks in Vbe7. Try a normal r9 290 gigabyte bios and if it still exibits same behavior try adjusting down the clocks. I dunno id send them another email saying I want a brand new card already.
I have a hx 850 and the fan isn't loud at all most of the time it isn't on at all. Corsair rma process is a dream also.
I have not had any luck flashing my gigbayte r9 290x if i raise any voltage in the editor and flash it it just black screens on any kind of gpu load like a game or movie. Stuck at 1.2 stock voltage and i know this card will hit 1250 easy if i just could up the voltage. Se note if it was a 270x id buy it off you Have you tryed flashing it to a gigabyte 290 bios of tech power up?
Sell it to me for cheap and buy a intel rig But seriously if you want to sell it ill throw it in my htpc. But to address your situation if cooling is sufficient i pushed 1.525 throught my 1055t for a year and no ill affects.
You have to actually have the pump under the ress and allow gravity to feed it instead of the pump trying to power feed it.
I own 5 of them fans and they push alooooooooot of air. I am not disappointed with them imo there way better than the corsair sp fans. I actually need to order like 6 more lol. good find. Wait nm i know nothing o0f that fan i have the 1200 rmp ones. same look different functions.
Found one ty ocn!
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