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Well I mean now, not before. What other user brackets are compatible with 290's?

Off the top of my head these should work with 290/X - Gelid ICY 2, Prolimatech MK26, Artic Cooling Hybrid/Xtreme 3, DWood (without shim), Sigma_Cool MK2 and GPU Cool by richie_2010

Prolimatech with nice fans and the red Kraken G10 with nice AIO cooler would look best id say.
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They can get a bit toasty at high clocks but managable if you have a good side fan and general airflow. The Alpenföhn heatsinks are much better than the Arctic ones though, especially the big vrm bar seen here
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Anyone have the MK-26 on their 290? If so, how is it? I'm willing to pay the small premium over the Gelid. Are the VRM temperatures any good with it?
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can i down the gpu voltage of my card? pls help... coz mine is a little high ,. stock 290 bios idle is 0.986 v and load is 1.244 stock voltage,...im a little worried by default my cards voltage is high


Edited by maynard14 - 12/17/13 at 1:37pm
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Try to get a more stable load, it shouldnt be jumping like that in a game (if it is, thats a problem.. unless its really not a demanding game and you are using vsync)

Here is what mine looks like:



0.961v idle, 1.188v load

Stock settings.

You have the Asus R9 290x for one BIOS right? Do you get those same 'high' (I say that loosely, that voltage is totally safe) voltages with it?

Voltage could be from your ASIC quality?
Edited by Derpinheimer - 12/17/13 at 1:51pm
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Does anyone know what this means?

- Provider

[ Name] Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-Power
[ Guid] {331C3B3A-2005-44C2-AC5E-77220C37D6B4}

EventID 41

Version 3

Level 1

Task 63

Opcode 0

Keywords 0x8000000000000002

Got a black screen and all sound froze, was running furmark at that moment

Got it.. Display driver stopped responding, Could the card have degraded already? +100mV on the core and +13mV on aux, temps never above 85 when gaming
Edited by Widde - 12/17/13 at 3:00pm
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Try to get a more stable load, it shouldnt be jumping like that in a game (if it is, thats a problem.. unless its really not a demanding game and you are using vsync)

Here is what mine looks like:



0.961v idle, 1.188v load

Stock settings.

You have the Asus R9 290x for one BIOS right? Do you get those same 'high' (I say that loosely, that voltage is totally safe) voltages with it?

Voltage could be from your ASIC quality?


nope im using stock bios of my r9 290 xfx....


maybe i can down the voltage a bit?

its high compare to others... 1.188 load vs mine 1.244
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I shouldn't worry about it too much.

Mine tops out at 1.227.

And as mentioned above: it could be related to ASIC quality. Mine is 70.2.
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I shouldn't worry about it too much.

Mine tops out at 1.227.

And as mentioned above: it could be related to ASIC quality. Mine is 70.2.
my asic is 72.2 tops out @ 1.186 xfx290 unlocked to 290x
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hmmm so maybe thats why mine is high my asic is only 67 percent... hahah maybe thats why my load voltage is 1.244,.. if flash to 290x xfx bios my load is 1.231 only
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