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Originally Posted by Paul17041993 View Post

the power draw is likely creating extra vdroop on the memory, allowing +25 memory voltage to make it stable again.

As a practical matter does this mean you can achieve higher mem clocks with AB, due to this mem bus voltage adjust?
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As a practical matter does this mean you can achieve higher mem clocks with AB, due to this mem bus voltage adjust?

possibly? I haven't fiddled with mine enough to really know...
   
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If anything, you'll need more rad space by adding the pads. It's not the pads cooling the vrms, it's just allowing heat to transfer to your block more efficiently... which in turn will transfer more heat through your rads...
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You really can't compare those two. Better thermal transfer takes heat away from a localized area like the VRMs and distributes it throughout the loop, raising the average loop temperature. A radiator helps dissipate some of this heat from the loop to the environment. So the two work hand in hand and don't really replace each other.
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Do you think adding the Fujipoly ultra extreme on the VRMs could take the place of more rads for multi gpu setup? Adding another gpu to my setup for 3 way, possibly 4 later on. However I don't have enough space to accommodate extra rads other than maybe a 240mm. If I replace the pads, you think it would work without getting much hotter?

In my very limited results comparison that I posted, 10 runs, I did notice GPU core temp was higher sometimes. It averages out to .8C hotter on the GPU. Not much but still measurable. I will continue to tweak and tinker to see if this trend stays.
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R9 Eunuch-X :worst card ever, it isnt actually any good at anything , only making air move. i immediatly correct myself as i do have comfortably warm feet.

mine plays BF4 beautifully.wink.gif

have you ever thought of xbox?
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R9 Eunuch-X :worst card ever, it isnt actually any good at anything , only making air move. i immediatly correct myself as i do have comfortably warm feet.

You shouldn't have bought reference if you aren't going to watercool it.
     
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As a practical matter does this mean you can achieve higher mem clocks with AB, due to this mem bus voltage adjust?

The AUX voltage isn't the memory voltage. The default voltage for what it changes is 1.0V so that's not memory (unless the memory bus is running at something other than the memory voltage, although I don't know if that is possible). I've heard it is PLL voltage, but I don't know what impact raising that would have on overclocking.
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irony being, the top of my raven gets hot enough to burn your hand, or at least warm a cheese sandwich, couldn't imagine what trifire of these would be like...
   
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Can you update me total total of 7 cards: The 4 reference Saphire R9 290 BF4 Editions that unlocked to R9 290X under water in a 4-way crossfire, 2 XFX R9 290 Black edition under water in xfire, and a XFX R9 290 DD Black edition on air?

Hmm, looking forward to better Nvidia GPUs that can mine so all my builds aren't riddled with red biggrin.gif

Nice builds you got going on there. Updated thumb.gif
     
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The AUX voltage isn't the memory voltage. The default voltage for what it changes is 1.0V so that's not memory (unless the memory bus is running at something other than the memory voltage, although I don't know if that is possible). I've heard it is PLL voltage, but I don't know what impact raising that would have on overclocking.

Like I said earlier, adding to aux volt allows me to increase core clock. The phenomenon is repeatable and consistent, set the aux to 0 and MetroLL bench will crash and Valley will artifact. Set it to +25 and it will complete a looped run and no artifacts in Valley. Same result every time I try. But, I only tried with mem at 1500. In any event this setting is affecting core clock stability, absolutely positive about this.

I happen to be using Trixx right now for the profile based fan curves, I don't like the AB universal fan curve. But I might go back and play with this now that I know a bit more about this.

Edit, aux volt affects mem bus voltage, and other things. On nvidia cards it affects pcie bus voltage.
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Can you update me total total of 7 cards: The 4 reference Saphire R9 290 BF4 Editions that unlocked to R9 290X under water in a 4-way crossfire, 2 XFX R9 290 Black edition under water in xfire, and a XFX R9 290 DD Black edition on air?

Hmm, looking forward to better Nvidia GPUs that can mine so all my builds aren't riddled with red biggrin.gif

Should run some 3DMark and get it on this:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1361939/top-30-3dmark11-scores-for-single-dual-tri-quad
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