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Originally Posted by Roboyto View Post

40C on VRM1 is impressive. Mine is maxing at 63 now under benchmarks and low 50s while gaming. Did you upgrade thermal pads? I wonder what brand thermal pad XSPC includes with the Razor blocks thinking.gif
Thanks, my goal was to get as low temps as possible.

I used FujiPoly Ultra Extreme pads on the VRM's instead of the default EK pads. I used regular Ultra pads on the memory to save cash. I also have 600mm of 65mm thick rad space for only a 290 and a 3770k at 1.4v. I purposely left room for a 290, but with prices the way they are it's gonna be a while til I go CF.

Also, my UPS is only capable of outputting 865 watts, so I'll have to upgrade that. I don't want to run all this expensive hardware on potentially dirty power, and a rig with 2 heavily oc'ed 290's will pull way more than that from the wall. Currently I've pulled about 540 watts max during a suicide run of 3dMark11. This was with like +225mV I think.
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Thanks, my goal was to get as low temps as possible.

I used FujiPoly Ultra Extreme pads on the VRM's instead of the default EK pads. I used regular Ultra pads on the memory to save cash. I also have 600mm of 65mm thick rad space for only a 290 and a 3770k at 1.4v. I purposely left room for a 290, but with prices the way they are it's gonna be a while til I go CF.

Also, my UPS is only capable of outputting 865 watts, so I'll have to upgrade that. I don't want to run all this expensive hardware on potentially dirty power, and a rig with 2 heavily oc'ed 290's will pull way more than that from the wall. Currently I've pulled about 540 watts max during a suicide run of 3dMark11. This was with like +225mV I think.

I was looking at those on FrozenCPU site. $26 for for the 60mm*50mm*1mm pad. Checked my installation instructions, XSPC Razor block uses 1mm for all pads.

Is one of these 60*50 big enough to do the whole card? I just bought a Vernier Caliper but left it at work, otherwise I'd be measuring the pads on the stock HSF right now smile.gif

I'm thinking I'm going to have to order up some of this wonderous thermal pad
Edited by Roboyto - 2/16/14 at 1:49pm
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3dmark results for Powercolor PCS+ 290 at 1200 core 1500 mem.





I'm stable beyond this but vrm1 is going into 90s so these are my target clocks, now need to lower vddc offset. If I can't get vrm1 down to low 80s at most I will downlock the core.

Does it matter where I have Power Draw set? Right now I have it at +50 but doesn't this only kick in if needed? Any downside to keeping it at +50?
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3dmark results for Powercolor PCS+ 290 at 1200 core 1500 mem.





I'm stable beyond this but vrm1 is going into 90s so these are my target clocks, now need to lower vddc offset. If I can't get vrm1 down to low 80s at most I will downlock the core.

Does it matter where I have Power Draw set? Right now I have it at +50 but doesn't this only kick in if needed? Any downside to keeping it at +50?

i will download 3D Mark now to compare ^^ i'm interested how the lower cpu but higher gpu will work out. how is your cpu clocked?
i just looked up my old scores with two 7950s and they are plain even with yours ^^


btw i also have that question about the power limit
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I was looking at those on FrozenCPU site. $26 for for the 60mm*50mm*1mm pad. Checked my installation instructions, XSPC Razor block uses 1mm for all pads.

Is one of these 60*50 big enough to do the whole card? I just bought a Vernier Caliper but left it at work, otherwise I'd be measuring the pads on the stock HSF right now smile.gif

I'm thinking I'm going to have to order up some of this wonderous thermal pad
Nope. FCPU actually ended up giving me more than I bought (I bought the 100x15x1mm Ultra Extreme, I got about 120x25mm. For the .5mm I bought 150x100, got about 160x125mm) so I had more than enough. However, I recommend the 100x15 Ultra Extreme because it's better to have one continuous sheet for VRM's then two pieces. I used a good chunk of the 100x15. It will be nowhere near enough for all the RAM's, but I only used about 1/3 of the 150x100 sheet. I figured I'd be better off with more than less, and if I mess up a cut or something I won't have to wait for a new order.

I don't really think the RAM modules need Ultra Extreme pads as they don't get nearly as hot as the VRM's.

The Ultra Extreme 100x15x1mm was $20 when I got it, the 150x100x.5mm was $17 but I can't imagine the 1mm would be much more.
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i will download 3D Mark now to compare ^^ i'm interested how the lower cpu but higher gpu will work out. how is your cpu clocked?
i just looked up my old scores with two 7950s and they are plain even with yours ^^


btw i also have that question about the power limit

Cpu is 4670k @ 4.6

Btw I have a question about these test results. In details, my cpu oc clock is shown, but gpu oc clocks are not.



Does that mean the test ran with stock clocks? Or this screen just doesn't show gpu oc clocks?
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you have some weird issue going on. have you tried the 2nd gpu on its own?


Tried them both with no issues but will disable pcie slots and try them again individually for the sake of it. I know the 2 cards have different BIOS versions so maybe that's it?

VRM temps are around 50℃ to 60℃.

I am however running a 1000w PSU which I would have thought would be fine but maybe not?

Also saw some people talking about TIM. One card has EK Ecotherm and the other has Gelid GC Extreme. There is 0 difference in temps.
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Think I might pick up some of those pads as well. I'm already assembly a laundry list of things I want to do when I drain my loop... guess I'll add to it.
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Nope. FCPU actually ended up giving me more than I bought (I bought the 100x15x1mm Ultra Extreme, I got about 120x25mm. For the .5mm I bought 150x100, got about 160x125mm) so I had more than enough. However, I recommend the 100x15 Ultra Extreme because it's better to have one continuous sheet for VRM's then two pieces. I used a good chunk of the 100x15. It will be nowhere near enough for all the RAM's, but I only used about 1/3 of the 150x100 sheet. I figured I'd be better off with more than less, and if I mess up a cut or something I won't have to wait for a new order.

I don't really think the RAM modules need Ultra Extreme pads as they don't get nearly as hot as the VRM's.

The Ultra Extreme 100x15x1mm was $20 when I got it, the 150x100x.5mm was $17 but I can't imagine the 1mm would be much more.
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Cpu is 4670k @ 4.6

Btw I have a question about these test results. In details, my cpu oc clock is shown, but gpu oc clocks are not.



Does that mean the test ran with stock clocks? Or this screen just doesn't show gpu oc clocks?

3DMark doesn't seem to always report correct clocks for CPU or GPU. Check in GPU-Z to see usage throughout the benchmark, I highly doubt you were at stock clocks. You can always run the bench at stock clocks to make sure there is a performance increase.
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Nope. FCPU actually ended up giving me more than I bought (I bought the 100x15x1mm Ultra Extreme, I got about 120x25mm. For the .5mm I bought 150x100, got about 160x125mm) so I had more than enough. However, I recommend the 100x15 Ultra Extreme because it's better to have one continuous sheet for VRM's then two pieces. I used a good chunk of the 100x15. It will be nowhere near enough for all the RAM's, but I only used about 1/3 of the 150x100 sheet. I figured I'd be better off with more than less, and if I mess up a cut or something I won't have to wait for a new order.

I don't really think the RAM modules need Ultra Extreme pads as they don't get nearly as hot as the VRM's.

The Ultra Extreme 100x15x1mm was $20 when I got it, the 150x100x.5mm was $17 but I can't imagine the 1mm would be much more.

Yeah the price for this stuff is quite high. I'll go with enough Ultra Extreme for the VRMs only. Then which did you say for RAM?
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