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Originally Posted by Aparition View Post

Xinoxide is your GPU a reference model? If yes the PCB heat plate fits with these mods. It will provide great cooling for the VRM's.
If you check my sig I have some pictures of the 620 mounted on my GTX 470 with the heat plate still attached.
As for Push - Pull
Honestly I only saw a difference of 1-2'c. I mounted my rad to the side panel vent and have a fan pushing air out of the case.
I didn't think the extra fan was worth the space requirement and noise.

yep if it is reference then you wont need anything
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I am reference model. But pushing 1.3+ volts is taking its toll on the temperatures of my VRM's

Just to get an idea how hot they are getting, The reference plate reaches 75C, I can only imagine what the VRM's are getting to.

Also, Would it make sense to put little memory heatsinks all over the stock plate?

I still roll with the shroud installed so the fan still pushes air over the plate, It just doesnt seem to transfer heat to the air very well.
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yep if it is reference then you wont need anything

I still have to scrap together funds for your mount, trying to plan it all out first.
Edited by Xinoxide - 4/18/12 at 9:57am
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oops, sorry for DP.
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If you are running that extreme of voltages and still overheating with the stock plate I think your only option is full water block.
Glue on heat sinks won't be anymore effective than the stock heat plate for that high of temperatures.

1.35 is a lot of voltage.
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hopefully he means 1.13v not 1.3v!!!

How do you check the temps of your VRM's? I thought you used to be able to see in GPU-Z but i cant find them anymore.
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Here is how my build stands at the moment...cant wait till my bracket gets here so i can finish it off!

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one nice build, i need get pics of mine up, i wil try soon.
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hopefully he means 1.13v not 1.3v!!!

How do you check the temps of your VRM's? I thought you used to be able to see in GPU-Z but i cant find them anymore.

Somewhere around 1.3v

As the VRM's heat up the vdroop becomes worse, At idle, the voltage is around 1.35v but drops to a little over 1.3.

I Know it sounds insane, but I have my Antec kuhler directly on the die, netting temps around 70C load when at 1.3v, and 49C at 1.125v 800mhz.
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I'll post pics once I put my computer back together, but I just did this mod with an antec 620 and GTX 580 and i'm getting awesome temps.I did run out of zipties though so I only have 3 holding the cooler in place....oops biggrin.gif, its ok though it should be more than a couple days till I get a mounting bracket for it. I really didn't think this through all the way...I set the cooler so its hose are facing the back of the case so my sound card wont fit right now.
I'm running at 1.15v 900/1800/2200 with temps stable at 56*C.
At stock settings 797/1594/2025 1.088v im getting 51*C.

I'm extremely pleased right now. Hopefully when I put my computer back together and get a second fan for push/pull (1 only pulling right now) i can get some better results.

Heres some pictures for now of temps.

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post #930 of 8626
ive done that also, ive got mine so a hose comes of each side of the card, one hose is pressed against the mobo while the other faces the window in the case. Really shortens the hose lenght but id lose my shroud if i did it any other way.
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