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Thanks very much for the quick reply. That's certainly turned me off the MSI one then tongue.gif
Problem is, I was under the impression that the virtue of 7950 cards was their capacity to overclock, so I imagined reference design cards with just one fan provided insufficient cooling when overclocking. With regards to Gigabyte, the Windforce looks good but I was under the impression it would require an 8-pin power lead which I don't have... however I believe this may have been mistaken so I will look into this smile.gif. The Sapphire card was mentioned as the one that was suffering from the black screen crash bug so I'd rather avoid that one. The HIS Iceq looks quite good but I don't think I have the physical space for the the extra slot that the fan will take up.

 

I would not worry about the 8 pin. some cards are 6 pin + 8pin but the video cards come with an 8pin adapter that you can connect using x2 molex.

 

You should prolly fill in your Rig/PC specs so we know what you have. as we dont know what kind of res your running or anything

 


Edited by 4LC4PON3 - 9/6/12 at 2:03pm
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Thanks very much for your help! I think I might have just settled on the gigabyte card then. I'll measure up my case tomorrow to make sure it fits. Exciting times!

Edit: I've updated my rig details to reflect what I currently have, in the sig below. Obviously the HD 4870 will be the component getting replaced by the 7950. If anyone can see any glaring errors please let me know!
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In my experience in the past year (I've tried a 7870, 2 7970s, a GTX 580, and a GTX 670), if ASUS DCII cards work - they are the quietest and run quite cool. I love my DC2 TOP GTX 670 and will keep it for as long as it works / doesn't feel like I need an upgrade. I also really liked my HIS IceQ X 7870 - ran very quiet (second to quietness to ASUS DC2) and cool and had zero problems.

Sapphire has a good reputation, but my open box 7970 (Dual-X) from them had a bent bracket and the card is oddly positioned on the bracket, such that I can barely screw it onto the back side of the case (can only insert 1 screw at a 45 degree angle - not exaggerating). Not sure what Sapphire did with it, but I found it odd for an expensive card like that, and "manufacturer recertified" at that. In addition, the fans on this card have a very noticeable tonal component, so it's anything but quiet at load (but silent sub 50% fan speed). The card runs quite warm, and I have to set the fan curve to 70% at 70C (and 73%-100% shortly above that) to stay within the safe temperature range.

Recent Gigabyte Windforce cards seem to get consistent top reviews due to their cooling and overclocking abilities. My GTX 580 did not have any temperature problems and the tripple Windforce fans had a noticeable rush of air at load, but it was not a bad loud whiny sound like Sapphire's.

So based on personal experience with coolers and fans, as well as reading reviews, I'd pick ASUS DC2, HIS IceQ X, and Gigabyte cards. If a card comes DOA or has issues out of the box, it can always be returned/exchanged by a reputable vendor (such as NewEgg), which is why I'd recommend buying from places with good return/exchange policies for something like high-end GPUs.
   
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In my experience in the past year (I've tried a 7870, 2 7970s, a GTX 580, and a GTX 670), if ASUS DCII cards work - they are the quietest and run quite cool. I love my DC2 TOP GTX 670 and will keep it for as long as it works / doesn't feel like I need an upgrade. I also really liked my HIS IceQ X 7870 - ran very quiet (second to quietness to ASUS DC2) and cool and had zero problems.
Sapphire has a good reputation, but my open box 7970 (Dual-X) from them had a bent bracket and the card is oddly positioned on the bracket, such that I can barely screw it onto the back side of the case (can only insert 1 screw at a 45 degree angle - not exaggerating). Not sure what Sapphire did with it, but I found it odd for an expensive card like that, and "manufacturer recertified" at that. In addition, the fans on this card have a very noticeable tonal component, so it's anything but quiet at load (but silent sub 50% fan speed). The card runs quite warm, and I have to set the fan curve to 70% at 70C (and 73%-100% shortly above that) to stay within the safe temperature range.
Recent Gigabyte Windforce cards seem to get consistent top reviews due to their cooling and overclocking abilities. My GTX 580 did not have any temperature problems and the tripple Windforce fans had a noticeable rush of air at load, but it was not a bad loud whiny sound like Sapphire's.
So based on personal experience with coolers and fans, as well as reading reviews, I'd pick ASUS DC2, HIS IceQ X, and Gigabyte cards. If a card comes DOA or has issues out of the box, it can always be returned/exchanged by a reputable vendor (such as NewEgg), which is why I'd recommend buying from places with good return/exchange policies for something like high-end GPUs.

I agree with that, Amazon also does no questions asked returns within 30 days. Can just say you didn't like it really... It's like returning anything to costco biggrin.gif
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Ordered one off ebay, looking for a second one, and waiting for some things to sell to buy a third one smile.gif
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Dude, I still can't believe you went back to air cooling! tongue.gif
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im planning to build a custom water cooled 7970, to replace my 7950, which will prolly be kept as a backup or I'll XFire them.

Im gonna get a blower model,
Remove the shroud/fan assembly,
use custom bracket to mount a H80 to the GPU,
mount custom copper Heatsinks/Spreaders to the Ram/VRM,
Cut Hole in the Top of the Shroud to allow the hoses from the H80 Block to come out,
Mount Shroud w/ Fan Assembly back onto the card.

GPU is Actively cooled by Water Loop, the Radiator will be mounted to the floor of my case,
The VRM/RAM will be actively cooled by the blower fan.
Heat Exhausted out the back of the case.

I can get the brackets from the other thread here, the H80/Water2.0/Antec whatever cooler I can get when it goes on sale,

The 7970 I Can get when it goes on sale.


Also, Is there a Heatspreader for a 7970 that covers all the RAM/VRM but not the GPU Area?
This is the only one I could Find:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Swiftech-HD7970-HS-HD7900-Series-Heatsink-for-AMD-Radeon-HD7970-/251094884239?pt=US_Water_Cooling&hash=item3a766bdf8f
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Dude, I still can't believe you went back to air cooling! tongue.gif

Well, I've always been water cooling. Only on rare occasions was I on air (troubleshooting or something). I love its simplicity. Its not as quiet under full load but is ok. Also, I'm saving a lot of money I can invest in components.
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im planning to build a custom water cooled 7970, to replace my 7950, which will prolly be kept as a backup or I'll XFire them.
Im gonna get a blower model,
Remove the shroud/fan assembly,
use custom bracket to mount a H80 to the GPU,
mount custom copper Heatsinks/Spreaders to the Ram/VRM,
Cut Hole in the Top of the Shroud to allow the hoses from the H80 Block to come out,
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GPU is Actively cooled by Water Loop, the Radiator will be mounted to the floor of my case,
The VRM/RAM will be actively cooled by the blower fan.
Heat Exhausted out the back of the case.
I can get the brackets from the other thread here, the H80/Water2.0/Antec whatever cooler I can get when it goes on sale,
The 7970 I Can get when it goes on sale.
Also, Is there a Heatspreader for a 7970 that covers all the RAM/VRM but not the GPU Area?
This is the only one I could Find:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Swiftech-HD7970-HS-HD7900-Series-Heatsink-for-AMD-Radeon-HD7970-/251094884239?pt=US_Water_Cooling&hash=item3a766bdf8f

They way your initially planning has been done before. Its a very interesting mod as you keep the "turbine" cooler to cool the vram and vrm but the water block will cool the core. Besides adding an H50/60/70/80 or Kuhler 620/920 etc., you can integrate a unversal gpu block. Should allow you to run a custom water loop. Last I recall was a guy with three gtx 570s and he cut the shroud enough to fit an EK supreme gpu block with the link. Looked very clean.

That shroud you linked is what you would use if you went with the Swiftech universal block (ie. mcw80). You can make it work but the money you'll spend is about the same as a used fullcover block or getting a new universal block. Imho, just look for a fullcover block and build a custom loop.
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I am selling my Four 7970s with Ek waterblocks and custom Backplates.
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I am selling my Four 7970s with Ek waterblocks and custom Backplates.


whaaat? how come?
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