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Nice. I just started getting into acrylic sheets and doing mods with them.
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Okay. Since you're here, Is it better to get a 550W PSU or a 500W? And what would be the best recommended one under $60?

if you're going to be running just one card, even just a 450-watt is sufficient.(sig rig)
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if you're going to be running just one card, even just a 450-watt is sufficient.(sig rig)

CX Series™ Modular CX500M ATX Power Supply — 500 Watt 80 PLUS® Bronze Certified Modular PSU could be a good option.
$69 from Newegg.
$59 after rebate.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&DEPA=0&Order=BESTMATCH&Description=+CX+Series%E2%84%A2+Modular+CX500M+ATX+Power+Supply&N=-1&isNodeId=1
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Yes its the CM V750s model which is same price as the Corsair RM650 and Seasonic X-650 ang slightly more expensive than the FSP Aurum 650 92+

Seasonic X is the best of those with the CM V second
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since owning my first crossfire setup & coming from SLi, never though Windows TDR would be the cause of my random freezes. When it was enabled 2 seconds was the default option before it recovers and I always get a message saying the drivers recovered. After disabling TDR the message is gone, applications run fine with both cards, BF4 starts up fine and furmark uses both GPU's @ 99% compared to one card only doing 50%.

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Hi guys. I am new here. I have a Devil R9 270X with core@ stock and mem@1500Mhz. I am just worried about my gaming temps. They go up to around 80C but stay mostly around mid 70's. Are the temps ok? At idle though the card stays at around 29C.
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Hi guys. I am new here. I have a Devil R9 270X with core@ stock and mem@1500Mhz. I am just worried about my gaming temps. They go up to around 80C but stay mostly around mid 70's. Are the temps ok? At idle though the card stays at around 29C.


I will ad you if you like. As far as the temps they do seem a little high for stock clocks, but not dangerous. I would set up a fan profile the ramps up the fans a bit more when the temps get around 70C, the stock profile does not cool mine very well although it's very quiet. It could be the thermal paste too, it may need to be reapplied with better paste although my 270x Devil doesn't get that high even overclocked but my fan profile won't allow it. Also the air flow in your case might be causing higher temps, what is it like in yours?
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Yeah sure you can add me. i have a front and bottom fan for intake. The top 2 fans and the rear fan are for exhaust. All the fans are the xigmatek XLF series ones. The case BitFenix Merc Alpha. It has vents on the right side. Are they messing up my airflow?
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My 280x looks better each day smile.gif

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Raven. Remove the top two fans and put it on the side panel? Or you could buy 2 more fans. Fans blowing directly on the cards will knock a bit off your card.

My rule is always have more intake than exhaust. I actually don't have a single exhaust.
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