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post #11 of 14
I have the MSI tf3 6950's in crossfire, using mcw82 (swiftech) with a crossfire bridge also from swiftech.
temps at 900/1300 MHz while gaming never above 50 degrees. usually sits at 43 - 46 respectively. warmish ambient usually 25-28deg.
picked them for the loop, reasonably low restriction paired with raystorm running mcp35x.
no regrets, pretty happy. some avg pics here http://www.overclock.net/t/1202835/define-xl-watercooled-build#post_16246392
good quality blocks, and retention system was very easy to install.
Edited by dropxo - 3/19/13 at 5:08pm
post #12 of 14
Ok, i did some more of digging if this is ur card
You should be able to fit this guy
Case is, Sapphire took PCB of 6850 and tweeked it, so it is hard to find some thing, I would say that would be you best bet from all of the blocks, but i still dont like how PCB looks (some disrepancy)
Where as universals blocks, I am not really familiar with them, but it is generally a block similar to what you put on CPU, so performance vise, it would be close to the same
However, heatkiller has this block, that should fit your needs
Hope it will help a bit
Edited by c5USSR72 - 3/19/13 at 5:18pm
post #13 of 14
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Originally Posted by TranslucentMind View Post

Anyone else have any thoughts on a water block for my Sapphire Dirt3 HD 6950's? It looks like EK doesn't make one. I know I can get universal ones but would rather not take that risk.


Dirt 3's have no fullcover block.


Oh regarding universals, check out the heatkiller setup with optional vrm block.


http://www.overclock.net/t/560996/xxcrossxfire-clubxx-because-ones-not-enough/1360_40#post_19502056
Edited by tsm106 - 3/19/13 at 5:20pm
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Thank you very much. I checked out the water block and the bridge, both look like they will suit me just fine. I am still up for ideas if anyone else has any. I wont be making this purchase right away. Just trying to get some ideas and check out some products before I purchase anything.
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