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What about getting some bigger coolers?

Is a thermalright VGA cooler still available? Or the shaman? They seem to be better and capable of cooling some hot GPUs.
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What about getting some bigger coolers?

Is a thermalright VGA cooler still available? Or the shaman? They seem to be better and capable of cooling some hot GPUs.

All the Thermalright cooling related products available here are these:

http://www.trovaprezzi.it/prezzo_dissipatori-e-ventole_thermalright.aspx

The Shaman doesn't exist, but googling seems to need a fan. The HR 03, exists in 1 shop, but there are no specs in Thermaright's site, no compatibility list, nothing, other that it is made for nvidia cards.

http://www.thermalright.com/html/products/vga_cooler/hr-03_gtx_reva.html

Plus, it's a 400g cooler with "6 quality heatpipes for maximum amount of heat transfer to work with 120mm*25mm fan for best configuration to suit your needs (fan not include) ."

Basically, i m better off with Accelero L2 at this point. If you think about it, the 260X is 120W TDP. It's like trying to cool an 8350 with passive cooling only. It's not going to happen with 400g cooler. Probably you 'd need 1 kg cooler for that, but who would make a 1 kg cooler for VGA???

Thanks for the effort though, much appreciated. But i occupied the thread already too much with my GPU troubles.
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Well, if you think about it not being too consumed with the idea of running fanless, 120 fans open up better options and/or quality and quiet selection.

You can opt for a sub 1000RPM fan that will be miles better than 3K 80mm fans. Compatibility aside though.

I am pretty sure people have been using them with AMD GPUs. Or at least, jerry-rig options are there.

Lastly, don't put the GPUs in the same breath as the CPUs when taking TDP into account. It has been proven that GPUs are easier to cool than CPUs at same TDPs. Mainly due to them being in direct die contact with the cooler. Die density also play a huge factor in their heat repriduction when paired with a good cooler. That's very apparent with their air cooler design as well as when watercooled.

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Well, if you think about it not being too consumed with the idea of running fanless, 120 fans open up better options and/or quality and quiet selection.

You can opt for a sub 1000RPM fan that will be miles better than 3K 80mm fans. Compatibility aside though.

I am pretty sure people have been using them with AMD GPUs. Or at least, jerry-rig options are there.

Nah, i am not jerry rigging anything at this point. If i have to run fan, i ran the accelero L2 and that's it. Besides now i basically have 1 installed and 1 coming in this week for spare part in case this fails. The fan is 92mm, very quiet (i can't hear it when i play) and Arctic has 6 years warranty.

http://www.arctic.ac/eu_en/accelero-l2-plus.html

Do i trust the warranty? Of course not, because i don't trust fans. Which is why i ordered a spare accelero L2. When i first bought the Scythe Rasetsu, the fan died in 1 month. No kidding. Fortunately, i had cool n quiet and the heatsink was able to cool the CPU passively until i noticed it. So i don't trust fans... Putting 120mm fan wouldn't change anything reliability wise and it would create the issue that i would lose rpm control. While the accelero comes with 4 pin fan that can be connected to the Sapphire's header and the fan works through Trixx as if it was the original. With 120 mm fan i would have to connect it to molex and lose any RPM control.
Actually before ordering the 260X, i first doublechecked that the accelero L2 plus was compatible with it and that it could cool it. So ordered them together. I ordered the Accelero, "just in case", because i don't trust fans. And i was right! Of course the Sapphire fan didn't exactly fail, but the rattling had become impossible to ignore and very annoying at low rpm. So, i am always prepared for the worst and in the case it paid off.
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Lastly, don't put the GPUs in the same breath as the CPUs when taking TDP into account. It has been proven that GPUs are easier to cool than CPUs at same TDPs. Mainly due to them being in direct die contact with the cooler. Die density also play a huge factor in their heat repriduction when paired with a good cooler. That's very apparent with their air cooler design as well as when watercooled.

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Ok, this makes sense.

P.S.: i trust fans so much that i have a 45x35x25 cm box full of all kind of 120mm fans (because that's what i use in all cases and in 2 coolers) and a smaller with 92mm and 80mm.
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Gawd, you will be happy with this. Since I am on a PC now, things are coming in good. thumb.gif

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835242030

Fanless on a 290X on Furmark. And matching, okay, a bit higher than a DCU2.
http://www.tech-critter.com/2014/08/unboxing-review-prolimatech-mk-26-multi.html

Look for one. If you have 4 PCIE slots willing to be emptied. tongue.gif
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Gawd, you will be happy with this. Since I am on a PC now, things are coming in good. thumb.gif

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835242030

Fanless on a 290X on Furmark. And matching, okay, a bit higher than a DCU2.
http://www.tech-critter.com/2014/08/unboxing-review-prolimatech-mk-26-multi.html

Look for one. If you have 4 PCIE slots willing to be emptied. tongue.gif

Nobody sells it here. These are all Prolimatech stuff related to cooling sold from any shops:

http://www.trovaprezzi.it/prezzo_dissipatori-e-ventole_prolimatech.aspx

Nothing similar. And yes, if it can keep 290X to 90C, logic says that it can cool without fans a 260X. But 4 PCIE slots? You 're practically saying good bye to all your expansion slots. That's a bit over the top.

EDIT: Plus, in compatibility list, there is no R7 260X and no 7790 (which is the 260X rebranded at least as a chip, but i don't know about PCB):

http://www.prolimatech.com/en/products/detail.asp?id=1672&subid=1675#showtab
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Gawd, you will be happy with this. Since I am on a PC now, things are coming in good. thumb.gif

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835242030

Fanless on a 290X on Furmark. And matching, okay, a bit higher than a DCU2.
http://www.tech-critter.com/2014/08/unboxing-review-prolimatech-mk-26-multi.html

Look for one. If you have 4 PCIE slots willing to be emptied. tongue.gif

Nobody sells it here. These are all Prolimatech stuff related to cooling sold from any shops:

http://www.trovaprezzi.it/prezzo_dissipatori-e-ventole_prolimatech.aspx

Nothing similar. And yes, if it can keep 290X to 90C, logic says that it can cool without fans a 260X. But 4 PCIE slots? You 're practically saying good bye to all your expansion slots. That's a bit over the top.

EDIT: Plus, in compatibility list, there is no R7 260X and no 7790 (which is the 260X rebranded at least as a chip, but i don't know about PCB):

http://www.prolimatech.com/en/products/detail.asp?id=1672&subid=1675#showtab

Check out the Raijintek Morpheus cooler.

Should be able to tame a 7970 passively or at least with very little airflow smile.gif
 
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Gawd, you will be happy with this. Since I am on a PC now, things are coming in good. thumb.gif

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835242030

Fanless on a 290X on Furmark. And matching, okay, a bit higher than a DCU2.
http://www.tech-critter.com/2014/08/unboxing-review-prolimatech-mk-26-multi.html

Look for one. If you have 4 PCIE slots willing to be emptied. tongue.gif
Nobody sells it here. These are all Prolimatech stuff related to cooling sold from any shops:

http://www.trovaprezzi.it/prezzo_dissipatori-e-ventole_prolimatech.aspx

Nothing similar. And yes, if it can keep 290X to 90C, logic says that it can cool without fans a 260X. But 4 PCIE slots? You 're practically saying good bye to all your expansion slots. That's a bit over the top.

EDIT: Plus, in compatibility list, there is no R7 260X and no 7790 (which is the 260X rebranded at least as a chip, but i don't know about PCB):

http://www.prolimatech.com/en/products/detail.asp?id=1672&subid=1675#showtab
Check out the Raijintek Morpheus cooler.

Should be able to tame a 7970 passively or at least with very little airflow smile.gif

It's on one of the results of a query "gpu cooler amd" by the way. smile.gif

But it looks rather fan speed dependent. And yes, might still be too big for our UV champ. thumb.gif
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It's on one of the results of a query "gpu cooler amd" by the way. smile.gif

But it looks rather fan speed dependent. And yes, might still be too big for our UV champ. thumb.gif
My local shop has it.

http://www.cclonline.com/product/187047/0R100006/Graphics-Coolers/Raijintek-Morpheus-High-Performance-VGA-Cooler/CLR0947/

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MORPHEUS, a superior high-end VGA cooler, designed to meet cooling capacity up to 360 Watts of TDP. Morpheus comes with 12 copper heat-pipes, 129 fins, mirror copper base, and the option to install 2*120mm fans; those outstanding combination and design provide best acceleration of heat dissipation process to assure your VGA board running under optimal temperature. Additionally, Morpheus comes with 24 RAM heat-sinks & 1 big VRM heat-sink. Moreover, Morpheus is multi-compatible with most modern nVidia & AMD (Hawaii & Curacao) GPU's.
Main Features:

Cooling capacity up to 360 watts TDP
12 pcs copper heat-pipes and 129 pcs fins for efficient heat dissipation
24pcs heat-sink for RAM & 1 big heat-sink for VRM
High compatibility with modern & future VGA cards
Thermal adhesive to lower RAM and VRM temperature significantly and assure proper bond
Compatible with AMD Hawaii chip (R9 290/290x) and Curacao chip (HD 7850, 7870 xt
Compatible with nVIDIA GTX Series Chip: 650, 650Ti, 660, 660Ti, 680, 760, 770, 780, 780Ti
Supports two 120mm fans (4 fan clips in the box)
Whole heat-sink nickel plated
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Gawd, you will be happy with this. Since I am on a PC now, things are coming in good. thumb.gif

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835242030

Fanless on a 290X on Furmark. And matching, okay, a bit higher than a DCU2.
http://www.tech-critter.com/2014/08/unboxing-review-prolimatech-mk-26-multi.html

Look for one. If you have 4 PCIE slots willing to be emptied. tongue.gif
Nobody sells it here. These are all Prolimatech stuff related to cooling sold from any shops:

http://www.trovaprezzi.it/prezzo_dissipatori-e-ventole_prolimatech.aspx

Nothing similar. And yes, if it can keep 290X to 90C, logic says that it can cool without fans a 260X. But 4 PCIE slots? You 're practically saying good bye to all your expansion slots. That's a bit over the top.

EDIT: Plus, in compatibility list, there is no R7 260X and no 7790 (which is the 260X rebranded at least as a chip, but i don't know about PCB):

http://www.prolimatech.com/en/products/detail.asp?id=1672&subid=1675#showtab
Check out the Raijintek Morpheus cooler.

Should be able to tame a 7970 passively or at least with very little airflow smile.gif

It's on one of the results of a query "gpu cooler amd" by the way. smile.gif

But it looks rather fan speed dependent. And yes, might still be too big for our UV champ. thumb.gif

I juat remember someone having one in the 290x owners thread and it performed pretty well but yes it's quite large redface.gif

Failing that slap on a 240mm AIO and run it passive tongue.gif
 
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