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Sapphire r9 290
core: 1222mhz
ram: 1500mhz
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/2778891

is this score low? the funny thing is that i haw run the test like 6tims now and it lowers the score after every try... started att 10456 and whent down to 10302 and are now stabel @ 10368...thinking.gif
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asked this in motherboards a couple hours back and have had no traffic.. maybe this is a good place too. let me know if this makes sense lol

I currently have my rig in my sig. 3570k, 2400mhz ram and 3x R9 290x on a Z77x-UD5H gigabyte board running 3.0 (x8,x4,x4). I am thinking this a bandwidth limited situation and have looked into going 2011 but $800+(or even more than $400 for that matter) on a platform upgrade is a huge step. So I was thinking of upgrading the UD5H to an ASUS P8Z77 WS or a Maximus V Extreme for the extra PLX lanes. I have a sound blaster Zx card which would need one of the x16 slots (bottom one I presume) on these boards since they don't have the exposed x1 slot layout that the UD5H has.. So the main questions is will I gain framerate and smoothness at 1440p 60hz by upping my available pcie lanes and staying on z77? I run my cpu at 5ghz, sometimes 4.8 depending on my mood.
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Originally Posted by Roboyto View Post

For their to be heat transfer you have to use pads under the backplate.  Metal-to-metal contact would cause something to short out most likely.

I would get the active one personally, the top of the card looks incomplete without it...even if it's only a few C performance difference.




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To be honest, it will be my first waterloop, so i dont even know how to connect together that active backplate and block. Will i need extra barbs or fittings?
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To be honest, it will be my first waterloop, so i dont even know how to connect together that active backplate and block. Will i need extra barbs or fittings?

 

Nope, they give you a different adapter for the waterblock. It allows for water to reach that heatpipe to pull the heat away.

 

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Does anyone know what thickness thermal pad would be used if I went and replaced the vrm1 and 2 pads on a Tri-x card?

 

Not sure for an air cooler.  You can buy as thick as 1.5mm pads, so I would say to play it safe, order the 1mm pads;  If they are not thick enough you can always lay 2 pieces on top of each other.

 

You could pull the cooler off and measure how thick the stock ones are.  Or shoot sapphire an e-mail and ask them.

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asked this in motherboards a couple hours back and have had no traffic.. maybe this is a good place too. let me know if this makes sense lol

I currently have my rig in my sig. 3570k, 2400mhz ram and 3x R9 290x on a Z77x-UD5H gigabyte board running 3.0 (x8,x4,x4). I am thinking this a bandwidth limited situation and have looked into going 2011 but $800+(or even more than $400 for that matter) on a platform upgrade is a huge step. So I was thinking of upgrading the UD5H to an ASUS P8Z77 WS or a Maximus V Extreme for the extra PLX lanes. I have a sound blaster Zx card which would need one of the x16 slots (bottom one I presume) on these boards since they don't have the exposed x1 slot layout that the UD5H has.. So the main questions is will I gain framerate and smoothness at 1440p 60hz by upping my available pcie lanes and staying on z77? I run my cpu at 5ghz, sometimes 4.8 depending on my mood.

 

If I remember correctly from someone else asking a similar question, one of these cards isn't bottlenecked by an 8X slot...but a 4X could be questionable.  Running 3 cards, I think you should first invest in an i7 over anything; 4 threads is likely not enough for 3 of these very powerful GPUs. 

 

I would think that 2 cards wouldn't have much, if any, trouble pushing 1440p @ 60Hz.  My single 290 running at 1200/1500 runs Crysis 3 very smoothly 5760*1080, all settings maxed except AA which I bumped down to 4XAA I believe.  Granted it's certainly not 60fps, but I don't believe it ever falls below 35.


Edited by Roboyto - 3/30/14 at 12:12pm
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the problem with lanes is more in the lines of latency, anything below the full x16 lanes on both PCIe 2.0 and 3.0 can give a little less performance, but usually you can go as low as only x4 PCIe2.0 and only get a ~10% perf. drop, allowing quadfire to still be practical provided the primary card has at least x8 PCIe2.0 to cope with the buffer copies.
   
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the problem with lanes is more in the lines of latency, anything below the full x16 lanes on both PCIe 2.0 and 3.0 can give a little less performance, but usually you can go as low as only x4 PCIe2.0 and only get a ~10% perf. drop, allowing quadfire to still be practical provided the primary card has at least x8 PCIe2.0 to cope with the buffer copies.

My friend wants to sell me his z77 maximus V extreme for $150.. I have to decide before he puts it in ebay. I will be sticking to the 3570k.

It has a plx chip. So just thought I would ask if it would improve things alot? Or should I just leave it be and not tear down all my watercooling and having to overclock again and all that... Worth it?
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My friend wants to sell me his z77 maximus V extreme for $150.. I have to decide before he puts it in ebay. I will be sticking to the 3570k.


You were willing to spend $1500+ on GPUs, but you have a $250 CPU.  That is a nice board, but I would probably be searching for a used 3770k as well.

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I have managed to bring my x2 R9 290 card top card temp down from 91c - 93c after about 20 -30 mins of Heaven Benchmark 4.0 in full screen ultra settings at 26050x1440 on my Qnix Monitor... to 76c max after 2 hours of Heaven Benchmark 4.0 on the top card which is a Gigabyte Windforce in the top slot and the other being a Powercolor in the bottom slot...i did this by simply re-pasting my windforce GPU with Antec formula 7 nano diamond compound and exhausting my H80I fans instead of in-taking air from the outside though the radiator which corsair say they recommend!

I was worried about doing this as i have read from other people that there CPU temps have shot up doing this with Xfire or SLI setups as the heat of course goes out though the radiator!...However my CPU temps only increased by 3-4c to a max of 69c one core 1 after 2 hours of benchmarking!...i have shaved off 17c from a max of 93c on the windforce after 20-30 mins of Heaven Benchmark 4.0 down to a max of 76c after 2 hours of Heaven Benchmark 4.0 which seems incredible!...but its true!

I also installed 2x AK174CB-4BLB Akasa Fans which spin at 1700 rpm and move 59.05cu.ft/min of air each last week to blow between the cards in an attempt to bring the temps down!.. however these made little difference until now as i believe they was fighting with the intake of the H80i fans!...Also i have 3 more of these fans 2 in the roof exhaust and one more in the front also as an intake and also 2x 80mm side 26000rpm fans...Anyhow i am very please with the results and all of this was made so much easier monitoring GPU temps and VRM temps and fan speeds on the fly in Heaven Benchmark 4.0 by using HWiNFO and passing the sensor data over to RTSS and using this data in am OSD.






Edited by lawson67 - 3/30/14 at 12:27pm
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Sapphire r9 290
core: 1222mhz
ram: 1500mhz
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/2778891

is this score low? the funny thing is that i haw run the test like 6tims now and it lowers the score after every try... started att 10456 and whent down to 10302 and are now stabel @ 10368...thinking.gif

It is in the neighborhood of my card.

XFX R9 290 Black OC Edition
Core 1180
Memory 1450

Firestrike: Graphics Score 12242 http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/2778891
    
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What gains are there from a 3770k from a 3570k? Show me, i dont do bf4 multi.
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