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post #3481 of 38704
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Originally Posted by Norlig View Post

before my 580's (before these 2), I could meassure the VRM temp on my 5970 with GPU-Z. I also read in this thread that you can meassure it on the 7000 series on your computer, just not with GPU-Z.

7xxx series uses the chil chip so I would expect support won't be hard, maybe in time? Also, mrwhite said he's seen in it the hwmonitor, beta. That may be an option. I'm not really concerned because I'm on water and nothing on this block gets above 42c in testing. Get a block man and vrm temps are a worry of the past.
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7xxx series uses the chil chip so I would expect support won't be hard, maybe in time? Also, mrwhite said he's seen in it the hwmonitor, beta. That may be an option. I'm not really concerned because I'm on water and nothing on this block gets above 42c in testing. Get a block man and vrm temps are a worry of the past.

not worried at all smile.gif

Just curious
post #3483 of 38704
HWiNFO64 is the software you are looking for. It reads the voltages directly from the CHL 8228 chip and also displays VRM temps.
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HWiNFO64 is the software you are looking for. It reads the voltages directly from the CHL 8228 chip and also displays VRM temps.

That was the one, thanks smile.gif

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Yes! I knew it was HW something lol
    
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I think I'll add that program to the OP.
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So when my card during stock speed is 1.050v and heavy benching.

So when I start Trixx, what should I put the GPU Voltage to, is it 1170mv +125mv= 1295mv in Trixx?

Or is it in Trixx: 1050 + 125= 1175mv, so in that case max increase is 5 it from 1170 to 1175?
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does anyone know what thickness the thermal pads that come on the card are or what size i should use? im getting ready to open a 7970 up and replace the tim. while i have it opened, i want to put new thermal pads on as well. ive got 3 different sizes and want to make sure i put the right ones on.
thanks.

I actually replaced the pad that came with my ASUS stock fan .. .while I'm not sure the exact thickness, the stock pads where very-very thin versus the thicker EK pads I used.

I feel like my idol temps are a little lower before the block... currently at 37c ...I'm not sure if if I did a bad reset or if the thicker pads aren't passing the heat well enough... I may just pull the pads from the fan and redo this weekend...
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anyone can use the supplied DP to DVI and HDMI to DVI adapters at 2560x1600?
i got 30" monitor displaying 1600x1200 only when using these adapters.
so eyefinity 2x 30" will yield 3200x1200 only when it's supposed to be 5120x1600.

no problem with DVI cable (dual link) only.
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anyone can use the supplied DP to DVI and HDMI to DVI adapters at 2560x1600?
i got 30" monitor displaying 1600x1200 only when using these adapters.
so eyefinity 2x 30" will yield 3200x1200 only when it's supposed to be 5120x1600.
no problem with DVI cable (dual link) only.

Above 1200P you will need to get dual link adapters, that means usb powered dual link to dp. However shouldn't you just use straight DP to DP with your screen?
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