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Temps are sweet with my Koolance block. Just think it would look nice with a backplate.

What kind of temps are you getting with that Koolance block? Also what is your water cooling parts?
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What kind of temps are you getting with that Koolance block? Also what is your water cooling parts?

Folding at 1125MHz w/ +75mV in AB. 480mm worth of thin radiator, 3570K @ 4.7GHz in same loop at 65C. I have not seen my 290 go higher than 45C.
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Arizonian, just noticed that you still have me listed with both the 290 and 290X. I settled on the XFX 290 (flashed to 290X) under water.


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Arizonian, just noticed that you still have me listed with both the 290 and 290X. I settled on the XFX 290 (flashed to 290X) under water.




wowow very nice ! i hope someday i could water cooled my gpu
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Arizonian, just noticed that you still have me listed with both the 290 and 290X. I settled on the XFX 290 (flashed to 290X) under water.
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Heh - you tricked me with that pic showing both. Updated thumb.gif
     
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Add me, please. biggrin.gif


Gigabyte 290 with the stock cooler.
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Add me, please. biggrin.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Gigabyte 290 with the stock cooler.

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I found a review where is a VRM temperature called as VRM1 and VRM2:
http://www.hardocp.com/article/2013/12/23/asus_r9_290x_directcu_ii_oc_video_card_review/9
Don't you know what does VRM1 and VRM2 mean?
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Originally Posted by Arizonian View Post

I'm confused...did you swap out your XFX 290 for a SAPPHIRE 290X? IF so.....updated Snorkle.gif

If not PM I'll set the roster straight.




On a side note: Seeing some new members in the thread. If you'd like to be added to the OP please submit your entry. We'd love to add you. smile.gif

To be added on the member list please submit the following in your post


1. GPU-Z Link or Screen shot with OCN Name
2. Manufacturer & Brand
3. Cooling - Stock, Aftermarket or 3rd Party Water
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Originally Posted by Arizonian View Post

I'm confused...did you swap out your XFX 290 for a SAPPHIRE 290X? IF so.....updated Snorkle.gif

I have both, testing the new 290X right now. You can leave it as single Sapphire 290X as the XFX 290 will most likely be sold soon. Thanks! thumb.gif

If not PM I'll set the roster straight.




On a side note: Seeing some new members in the thread. If you'd like to be added to the OP please submit your entry. We'd love to add you. smile.gif

To be added on the member list please submit the following in your post


1. GPU-Z Link or Screen shot with OCN Name
2. Manufacturer & Brand
3. Cooling - Stock, Aftermarket or 3rd Party Water

I have both, testing the new 290X right now. You can leave it as single Sapphire 290X as the XFX 290 will most likely be sold soon. Thanks! thumb.gif
    
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Intel 5820k Asrock x99 OCF V3.1 One of many Kingston HyperX Predator 
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Samsung 840 EVO Asus Bluray Custom Water Win7 Ultimate 
MonitorPowerCaseMouse
Asus VG248QE EVGA P1200 Mountain Mods Extended Custom U2-UFO  Mad Catz R.A.T 5 
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steelseries M-Audio BX5a DLX 
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Originally Posted by smoke2 View Post

I found a review where is a VRM temperature called as VRM1 and VRM2:
http://www.hardocp.com/article/2013/12/23/asus_r9_290x_directcu_ii_oc_video_card_review/9
Don't you know what does VRM1 and VRM2 mean?

There are two sets of VRMs on the card, the long set near the power connectors (VRM1) and the small cluster of 3 near the display outputs (VRM2). VRM1 controls the core, and VRM2 is for the memory.
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