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Don't take this personally but I somehow doubt your full load is 36c...... I haven't seen anyone with a full load under 45c

Mine personally hits as high as 55c but is normally around 50c

Believe it. Home's setup . . .

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What am I looking at exactly, is he piping AC in to the case?

Also was just playing FC3 for awhile and never saw core get over 47c so i'm happy biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by HardwareDecoder View Post

Don't take this personally but I somehow doubt your full load is 36c...... I haven't seen anyone with a full load under 45c

Mine personally hits as high as 55c but is normally around 50c

None taken biggrin.gif

Sub ambient cooling or ' Air bending ' Portable ducted A/C . Next run i i will snip some temps screens
Prototype


Now


No airbending COD Ghosts @ 1200@1431



And while im here i will update specs

http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/aanf/

Giga 290 with XSPC Razor block


Edited by HOMECINEMA-PC - 12/24/13 at 6:20pm
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None taken biggrin.gif

Sub ambient cooling or ' Air bending ' Portable ducted A/C . Next run i i will snip some temps screens
Prototype


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No airbending COD Ghosts @ 1200@1431


haha yeah so those temps "with extreme measures" lol but seriously isn't piping ac in to a computer case dangerous, condensation could form right ?
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Not if its insulated / sealed and stay above dew point so in summer 14c-18c case ambient temp . Winter 11c - 13c . Lower room ambient helps out alot smile.gif
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Not if its insulated / sealed and stay above dew point so in summer 14c-18c case ambient temp . Winter 11c - 13c . Lower room ambient helps out alot smile.gif

ahh thanks for all the info. I knew with that low of temps something else was at work besides a water cooling loop.

edit: what are your vrm temps like @ +125 vddc
Edited by HardwareDecoder - 12/24/13 at 7:06pm
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Thank you for your reply,

Maybe I will try out the +200mV and +13 Aux voltage once i'm under water to try and hit 1500Mhz Memory clock and +1200Mhz Core.

I like afterburner, I never used Trixx, and probably will use that command in AB to hit +200mV.

I just ran Valley Extreme HD preset, with the OC 1180, 1450 +100mV +50 Power Limit and I am scoring lower then my score when I just got the card out of the box! rolleyes.gif

Valley must be really broken, or something.

Because my graphics score in Firestrike Extreme has gone up a decent amount from the OC over stock.

I got lower speeds when my overclock got too high so that could be contributing.
post #12178 of 43949
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His temps are similar to mine.

I have XFire 290x in my rig & my brother has single 290x all watercooled & pretty much identical temps to him.

All running EK Blocks and no leaks.

Cheers
Mat




Bull, lol.

We just say HomeCinema's setup and its clearly so low because of his custom sub ambient setup.

You arent going to get 37c max on a 290x with standard ambient temps. That includes a range, obviously.

Now on my highly OC'd 7950 I rarely saw it hit 40c, actually just about never. And that was with a copper shim, so two layers of thermal paste between the chip and block. However this card seems to push toward 50c under extreme loads like OCCT. Still gets to mid 40s gaming. I suspect a thermal paste issue, but the loop is not lacking in any department.
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Bull, lol.

We just say HomeCinema's setup and its clearly so low because of his custom sub ambient setup.

You arent going to get 37c max on a 290x with standard ambient temps. That includes a range, obviously.

Now on my highly OC'd 7950 I rarely saw it hit 40c, actually just about never. And that was with a copper shim, so two layers of thermal paste between the chip and block. However this card seems to push toward 50c under extreme loads like OCCT. Still gets to mid 40s gaming. I suspect a thermal paste issue, but the loop is not lacking in any department.

That's what i'm sayin.. every one I've talked to has said they get about 45-55c and people come out of the wood work sayin nah I get 36c lol. Well yeah home cinema does cause he is pumpin AC in to his case lol, that other dude? I highly doubt it
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Not if its insulated / sealed and stay above dew point so in summer 14c-18c case ambient temp . Winter 11c - 13c . Lower room ambient helps out alot smile.gif
I airconditioned my whole case, actually the cabinet they (2 computers 965BE and 8350) sit in. I can run as low as 15C but usually run @ 24C when just regular browsing which usually consists of just this site and @ 20C when Gaming ( all ambients). Being in a closed cabinet also curbs computer noise by a lot 12 Fans one being a Delta MEGA FAST aka: LOUD as ... Another reason a reference 290X would not bother me at all. And the best part, NO MORE DUST. Got cats and the litter box that comes with them and that dust makes me clean the cases once a month. Now never.
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