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how bad does this look
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updated pictures now that i found my zipties :-) 450

I think it's looking alot better now. Pleased so far with the corsair h60 compared to the hyper 212+ For one it got rid of that gigantic eyesore of a heatsink especially with a push pull going on. It also has lowered temps so far both under load and at idle. at idle I only gained 4-5c but at load instead of hitting 83-86c running prime I hit 65-70c depending on ambient temps etc. Going to order some scythe ultra kaze's soon and a fan controller to get some better high pressure fans going on that radiator. I also built a shroud for the MSI's and my side intake fan...will have to test again and see if it's helping them at all.


p.s. the HDD's are plugged in. I just turned them around to save on clutter and make it so that the GTX isnt pushing down on them.
post #83 of 2759
Got my MSI in today and immediately started folding with it. Was doing 16K+ PPD earlier with temps staying at or below 50c with a mild OC (800MHz - Core, 100% useage) and the fans at 65%.
Right now I have it a little higher on the OC (850MHz - Core, 100% useage) with stock voltages and temps are still showing a max of 50c with a 65% fan speed with ambient temps around 70 degrees.

So far this card is kicking some tail guys - I like it! thumb.gif
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updated pictures now that i found my zipties :-) 450
I think it's looking alot better now. Pleased so far with the corsair h60 compared to the hyper 212+ For one it got rid of that gigantic eyesore of a heatsink especially with a push pull going on. It also has lowered temps so far both under load and at idle. at idle I only gained 4-5c but at load instead of hitting 83-86c running prime I hit 65-70c depending on ambient temps etc. Going to order some scythe ultra kaze's soon and a fan controller to get some better high pressure fans going on that radiator. I also built a shroud for the MSI's and my side intake fan...will have to test again and see if it's helping them at all.
p.s. the HDD's are plugged in. I just turned them around to save on clutter and make it so that the GTX isnt pushing down on them.



Looks great thumb.gif

When you get bored sometime in the future I would pull it all out and paint the inside black. That will really make it pop.
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Got my MSI in today and immediately started folding with it. Was doing 16K+ PPD earlier with temps staying at or below 50c with a mild OC (800MHz - Core, 100% useage) and the fans at 65%.
Right now I have it a little higher on the OC (850MHz - Core, 100% useage) with stock voltages and temps are still showing a max of 50c with a 65% fan speed with ambient temps around 70 degrees.
So far this card is kicking some tail guys - I like it! thumb.gif

Agreed.

These cards are great folders and great gamers. I don't regret my purchase for one second. biggrin.gif
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570GTX uses Hynix memory, while 560TI Samsung memory chips. Samsung is a bit weaker, but you can still expect ~ 2150mhz -2200mhz (10 or 20mv). Observe minimum fps when you change voltage.. Test in something like 3dmark2011, 3dmark Vantage, Heaven 2.5, Resident evil 5 dx10 bench, Metro2033 benchmark, LP2 dx11 bench..

Please show me any type of documentation that shows Samsung memory to be inferior to Hynix. Memory is rated by ns., which means nanosecond, it's the speed rating of the module. Both cards are using 4ns memory.
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Looks great thumb.gif
When you get bored sometime in the future I would pull it all out and paint the inside black. That will really make it pop.

Lol we should have told him that before he zip tied it all down!
post #88 of 2759
Sandman, what's your graphics score, not "combined" score?


Question for you guys - what are your load temps, and OC (if overclocked)? From what I've gathered through the first 9 pages, plus some reviews, it appears most cards are in the low 50's to low 60's, depending upon OC, and case temps. And on full load, that's mighty impressive for such a powerful card, no?
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mine got up to 78C on full load lol with 1.063v and 900mhz core

graphics score was 6425
post #90 of 2759
Graphics score looks correct for that card.

See aznguyen316's results @ 900c:

302


His was 6497.. So your a few points off, which could be either from the i3 holding it back slightly, or your slightly unstable on your OC.


I'm looking to possibly move into a 448c as well, and I too, will be bring my little i3 to the party, abet I probably won't upgrade the CPU until IB, hence why I went with an i3, instead of an i7.
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