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At this moment, my only problem is the "low" Vcore limit, lol.

I tried to see what my max temps would be at 1.55V (PLL 1.80) with a 5.2Ghz overclock - Just for funsies, after an hour of Prime Blend (I know, "ZOOOMG-LULZ0RZ that is not enough! MOAR!") I reached a max temp of 75C ... Meaning I still got a handful of them C to play around with.

Oh well - Might see where this chip is stable at 5.2Ghz - Been running 5.0Ghz (PLL 1.80) at 1.39Vcore for weeks now, no crashes.
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Scratched up my chip pretty bad but it still powers on and nothing catches on fire biggrin.gif. Of course with my luck I bent the pins on my mobo so I need to order a new one because I can't be bothered to fix it. Worse comes to worse I'll use this as an excuse to upgrade from a 3570k to a 3770k thumb.gif
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What's that website that finds components at its cheapest? Anyone know if XFX cards are good? They look the best so I want one of those. tongue.gif

Amazon, NewEgg, & NCIX.us is usually the best for low hardware prices (Amazon more often than not beats everyone else). Aside from specialty aircooled & wc gear, then check between Sidewinders, Performance PC's, SVC.com, KoolerTek for the best pricing. wink.gif XFX are pretty much bottom of the barrel AMD cards, quality wise. They're nowhere near what they used to be when they made nVidia gpu's, imo. Typically, Gigabyte/MSi/Asus have the best binned components on their AMD/ATi GPU's in my experience

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nice, looks like yours is faster, i was running 1100/1500 on mine,
made a mistake when i bought it, i cant adjust voltages, my aim was 1200/1600,
so have to settle with the oc i have now, could maybe get it a bit higher, but at 1150mhz, i got bsod..
i can play any game maxed out , so im happy..coming from a 6850, this is a "wow" card for sure ...lol


Thanks wink.gif I'm pretty freaked that the card is this good, honestly. I was only hoping to get one that performed at near 7970 levels, but it appears that this one would surpass all else if it hadn't been tossed in the 7950 bin. It's a shame really. I'm certain that with all of it's shader's intact, it would rip through the best 7970 scores in that thread. Supposedly, it's a 5% performance difference between the laser cut Tahiti 7950 die, and the fully intact 7970 die. So one can imagine the numbers mine might put up if all was equivalent...

How good are you with soldering? If you can solder SMD components by hand, a hard volt mod would definitely take care of those problems and likely get you to what you're looking for. Assuming the die & Vram is capable of such clocks ofc. smile.gif

I know exactly what you mean, it's a night/day performance difference between my unlocked 6950 and this 7950, in every respect. Hell, I may just skip the 8*** series entirely, and I haven't skipped a generation since my HD 4870 x2

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i would try if i had one,
few days ago someone here used it to remove the adhesive, worked very well he said,
got the idea from idontcare over at anandtech forum, he used one too.. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

That was me biggrin.gif Worked perfectly too. wink.gif


@ Matt Matt: Congrats mate, well done! biggrin.gif
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Scratched up my chip pretty bad but it still powers on and nothing catches on fire biggrin.gif. Of course with my luck I bent the pins on my mobo so I need to order a new one because I can't be bothered to fix it. Worse comes to worse I'll use this as an excuse to upgrade from a 3570k to a 3770k thumb.gif
Send it to me, i can fix it.
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I want to delid my 3770k, but the oinly good TIM i have is AS5. Should I just use that and order Liquid pro for later?
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AS5 will work just fine
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My application was for like 2 weeks. The block was easy to remove from the ihs without issues. The problem came by when trying to remove the liquidultra out of the ihs. Had a fit with only alcohol and paper towels everytime i tried to clean it it make it worst. Mother's took it out no problems no need to sand nothing..

BtW One xspc rx240 is good for up to 2 blocks with decent temps..I love how people like to exagerate in here.
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That depends on noise levels...people like to have tons of raddage though I agree lol
I decided to run my Silver Arrow passive till I can save for a water cooling kit (custom), so I can use my dual 220cfm fans on a nasty- bigass-fpi-monsta rad xD
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Does anyone here know if you can apply the LP to an NH-D14? If not, I want to order some thermal pads!
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You can but it will leave a mark there...same as with my Silver Arrow. I used Ultra and it stained the base.
I'd try with a good paste like mx-4 or whatever.
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