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Post some pics if you have time.

I've just installed it, so I will take a pic of it inside the case later today.

I checked the heatsinks after 5 hours and they still seemed a little loose. One of them fell off when I held the pcb upside down, but I managed to stick it back on, and another 5 hours later it is still holding. I'm a little concerned however that it won't take much to dislodge them. I'm assuming the thermal glue bond will become stronger over time rather than weaker ...? I have some Sekisui thermal adhesive tape on the way so I will have to consider whether to replace the glue with this at some point.

So far initial idle temperature is 19c (ambient 16c) which is very impressive. I will do a few loops of heaven and test load temps. Noise is minimal to zero. At 30% there is a tiny bit of noise and I'm not sure whether I'm hearing the cooler or the case fans. At max 85% the fans are clearly audible but quite acceptable, although I would not leave them this way permanently (my goal is complete silence). Compared to the Gigabyte Windforce 680 OC I have for comparison, the noise at both idle and load is much lower (although the latter is also very quiet, but suffers from a 40% minimum fan speed).

More to follow.

Edit: Load temperatures in Heaven are around 53-55c most of the time peaking at 57c - similar to the windforce cooler. However, the Arctic fans never go over 35% while the Gigabyte fans go to about 45%. It certainly beats the reference cooler at 79-80c and 55% fan noise. It also gives a better overclock at the same offset of +160mhz. With the stock cooler it would peak at 1270Mhz but at the same offset I am now getting 1285.
Edited by rossb - 5/14/12 at 2:39pm
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Pics below (with usual iphone camera apologies).

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lookin good mate! My TT should be here tomorrow. i'll update and let you guys know how it performs in my ft03 (90degree rotation).
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I used Accelero Xtreme for HD5970 once, that was awesome. Temp in idle was just about under 40C, with Noctua's thermal grease applied.thumb.gif
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Got a twin turbo coming my way. Will install it onto a 680 once I get my Ivy OC all stable. Looking forward to installing this baby.
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post #66 of 140
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I've just installed it, so I will take a pic of it inside the case later today.
I checked the heatsinks after 5 hours and they still seemed a little loose. One of them fell off when I held the pcb upside down, but I managed to stick it back on, and another 5 hours later it is still holding. I'm a little concerned however that it won't take much to dislodge them. I'm assuming the thermal glue bond will become stronger over time rather than weaker ...? I have some Sekisui thermal adhesive tape on the way so I will have to consider whether to replace the glue with this at some point.
So far initial idle temperature is 19c (ambient 16c) which is very impressive. I will do a few loops of heaven and test load temps. Noise is minimal to zero. At 30% there is a tiny bit of noise and I'm not sure whether I'm hearing the cooler or the case fans. At max 85% the fans are clearly audible but quite acceptable, although I would not leave them this way permanently (my goal is complete silence). Compared to the Gigabyte Windforce 680 OC I have for comparison, the noise at both idle and load is much lower (although the latter is also very quiet, but suffers from a 40% minimum fan speed).
More to follow.
Edit: Load temperatures in Heaven are around 53-55c most of the time peaking at 57c - similar to the windforce cooler. However, the Arctic fans never go over 35% while the Gigabyte fans go to about 45%. It certainly beats the reference cooler at 79-80c and 55% fan noise. It also gives a better overclock at the same offset of +160mhz. With the stock cooler it would peak at 1270Mhz but at the same offset I am now getting 1285.

I heard that the 6 series cards begin to downclock once you hit 70C. So the accelero definitely helps to keep the gpu boost speed constant (without added noise).
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For those who have installed the TT... does the weight of the cooler cause the card to bend or sag? I remember back when I had the AC Accelero AXP installed on a GTX 285 a few years ago... it was pretty darn heavy.
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For those who have installed the TT... does the weight of the cooler cause the card to bend or sag? I remember back when I had the AC Accelero AXP installed on a GTX 285 a few years ago... it was pretty darn heavy.

Yes it still does sadly. I used some lego blocks to keep it up sturdy.
 
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I was going to put one on my 680, but I went back down to a 1920x1200 monitor and now the stock cooler is just fine. Idle is about 38 load about 75 fan speed gets to about 50% after a few hours of BF3. I know the TT2 cools better and is quieter but I think the stock cooler looks much better. And while I'm gaming I don't hear my card anyway.
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Here it is the new manual:

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Link:
http://i.imgur.com/Hee0r.jpg


Just got my TT II today. The included manual (outdated) says that the black spacers are 2.3mm. But in that manual you posted, it says the GTX680 needs 2.0mm spacers? I guess the black ones are indeed 2.0mm? I measured them but it's hard to say exactly if they're 2.0 or 2.3.
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