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Originally Posted by Devildog83 View Post

I just replaced Trixx with Afterburner and ran Valley at my everyday clocks and hit 81c which is better but still 14c over the bottom card @ 67c max. I will, as I said, replace the TIM and thermal pads and see if I can get it to come down more. I also ran it at the user defined setting and I normally just ramp it up to a solid 85% fan when benching and it keeps it from heating up that much.

What if you switch the two cards around? Does the card that's currently on bottom run even worse on top than the card you currently have on top?
post #5382 of 9745
Bad news! mad.gif

After I had RMA'ed my RAM which I thought the culprit of having BSOD / crash , is not yet clear / solve. I purchased a new ram and will be used as temporary while waiting for my RMA ram, and after I tested it to my system and playing for like 30 or 40mins, the BSOD happened again with bug check code 0xa000001 (atikmdag.sys) ATI Kernel mode driver. Which is the very same BSOD that I've experience for months now. Again my card is Powercolor R9 270X Devil (this is tested on the shop where I purchased it, and found no trouble).
post #5383 of 9745
Well, with the weather starting to warm up a bit and my Gigabyte R9 270x temps slowly starting to climb as well I decided it was time to try to see if I can do anything to drop the temps a bit. The stock tim wasnt as bad as I was expecting as far as it being a huge mess but I ended up dropping the card by 8c just by swapping the paste to some MX-4. Here are some pics if anyone is interested:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

The tools tongue.gif


The card smile.gif


Wasnt as bad as I was expecting really.


Before


After


Before


After


It came out a bit fast, the reason its kind of a mess here is because I removed a bit of excess. May have used a bit too much.


And back into the Core 1000. Please excuse the cable management. tongue.gif

So far I am happy with the results. I have only tested in valley so far with my OC of 1200/1500, but my before temps were up around 78c with the weather warming up and the after temps dropped to 70c at the max but were down around 68c for periods of time.
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Bad news! mad.gif

After I had RMA'ed my RAM which I thought the culprit of having BSOD / crash , is not yet clear / solve. I purchased a new ram and will be used as temporary while waiting for my RMA ram, and after I tested it to my system and playing for like 30 or 40mins, the BSOD happened again with bug check code 0xa000001 (atikmdag.sys) ATI Kernel mode driver. Which is the very same BSOD that I've experience for months now. Again my card is Powercolor R9 270X Devil (this is tested on the shop where I purchased it, and found no trouble).

That is the ATI driver causing the crash, use DDU in safe mode to uninstall and then reinstall it
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post #5385 of 9745
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Originally Posted by diggiddi View Post

That is the ATI driver causing the crash, use DDU in safe mode to uninstall and then reinstall it

I've already done that to no avail. OS is freshly installed.
What I've done so far to fixed / solve the issue:

1.Update Motherboard BIOS
2 .Driver used ( 13.12, 14.3, 14.1, 14.2, 13.10)
3. Using DDU to uninstall previous driver
4. Already followed instructions from AMD
5. Already followed this as well.
6. Drivers are up to date.
7. PSU is Corsair CS650M
8. Windows is up to date
Edited by microkid21 - 4/15/14 at 8:16pm
post #5386 of 9745
I think you have a slightly unstable overclock that is messing up your driver
Do you have whocrashed ? download it if you don't
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post #5387 of 9745
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I think you have a slightly unstable overclock that is messing up your driver
Do you have whocrashed ? download it if you don't

I don't do overclocking. No overclock was made during gaming and testing. I used bluescreenviewer to have an idea on what causing this weird blue screen the result shows link to my previos post
post #5388 of 9745
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Originally Posted by microkid21 View Post

I don't do overclocking. No overclock was made during gaming and testing. I used bluescreenviewer to have an idea on what causing this weird blue screen the result shows link to my previos post

I used to use bluescreen viewer too, I find whocrashed simpler
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post #5389 of 9745
Nice thanks tongue.gif do you recommend a closed water loop to go with it? I was thinking about a h55 but will the rad be big enough or do I need a 240mm rad?
post #5390 of 9745
Nice thanks tongue.gif do you recommend a closed water loop to go with it? I was thinking about a h55 but will the rad be big enough or do I need a 240mm rad?
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