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ill have to get caught up in a min ! wanted to share with everyone.
since i cant locate my megaman mouse pad megaman himself + rush + met will have to do !
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for open box, it looks unopened to me ...






i have to admit the ek without the crop circles they acctually look good !


sad i cant add it to my loop till i get back from my trip mad.gif

cheater, getting a pre-blocked card mad.gif

( joking tongue.gif )

Price was cheaper then buying them separately
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So after discovering my loop had some algae buildup or something, I disassembled the entire loop. Took some pictures of my Koolance block in case anyone wants to see.

Before cleaning:


After cleaning:

Reservoir:


looks a bit more like copper oxide then an algae (coppoxide comes in both green and black), make sure you bleed the loop out completely and be sure your radiator doesn't have air pockets, you don't want to be aerating your water as this is generally the result.

distilled + silver bullet, killcoil or pre-made silverwater are generally the most recommended for watercooling as it prevents lifeforms while not causing things like tube flaking, however you still have to be sure you're not leaving air pockets in the loop, be sure your reservoir is as full as possible.

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Been down a similar road before, mine was caused due to cheap barbs that flaked and contaminated the water.





Get a biocide of some sort and possibly a silver kill-coil to prevent it from happening again

that's a very severe case of oxidization there, looks like the block itself was a defect and contained bubbles that obviously exploded...
   
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that's a very severe case of oxidization there, looks like the block itself was a defect and contained bubbles that obviously exploded...

Look closely and you can see where the plating on these cheap barbs flaked off and clogged the block.  90% of the black gunk you see was actually solid and very hard.  I noticed the temps on my Phenom X6 were up between 6-10C depending on core, which lead me to dismantle the loop and check it out.  The radiators were fine and so was my HD4890 block; this was from a few years back.

 

Once removing all that crap, the block functioned normally again.  MCCsolutions just bought it from me actually, it was an Apogee XT.

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Y'know for the first time in my life I'm content with my build. This is the first Flagship anything I've ever owned. Being fully water blocked and 24/7 clocked at 1225 MHz (of course it can do higher) this is really the first time I've been satisfied with a build.

I mean, yes I will eventually cap off this endgame build the way anyone shelling out for a Flagship card should. Buy the best monitor available (preferably 4K) and a 2nd card when they start dropping prices, but beyond the pipe dream of me eventually wanting a six core excavator, I'm finally happy with my computer.

What a weird feeling.
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May I join the club please? This is my picture from launch when I got my XFX R9 290x BF4 edition: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

No comments about my paper :-p, it's my wife's and that's what was handy.....

Anyway, I'm running my XFX 290x on custom h2o loop, XSPC Razer 290 waterblock:
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Temps went from throttling at 95C to benching (Unigine and 3dMark) at 57C, which interestingly enough, that's the same temp as my CPU under load. While gaming the temps are around 10C lower.

I finally got to overclock it today, and using MSI Afterburner, I can take the Core Clock to 1110 and the Memory Clock to 1375 without any voltage mods. @ 1400 on Memory I get artifacts on my desktop.


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With less than a year I went 7950 -> 770 -> 780, now going back to AMD lol

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I have biocide, however I haven't had my new case and radiators but a few weeks now. I would have seen it quicker but my pump decoupling foam is yellow, so the discoloration in the reservoir I thought was just the foam. I'll use the kill coil too after its all back.

I'm running about 10% vinegar in it tonight. Will drain and repeat tomorrow. I sent my sapphire 290x in today for RMA so won't have my pc running for a while.

I thought you guys would like to see the Koolance block naked. I was surprised to see how much gunk and mess was in mine. I used a very soft bristle toothbrush and some 99% alcohol to clean it. It appears whatever it was started to take some of the nickel coating off.

Also, forgot this. It looks extremely terrible in the first picture because they grease the o-rings from the factory. That grease is still there
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Look closely and you can see where the plating on these cheap barbs flaked off and clogged the block.  90% of the black gunk you see was actually solid and very hard.  I noticed the temps on my Phenom X6 were up between 6-10C depending on core, which lead me to dismantle the loop and check it out.  The radiators were fine and so was my HD4890 block; this was from a few years back.

Once removing all that crap, the block functioned normally again.  MCCsolutions just bought it from me actually, it was an Apogee XT.

ah, yea coppoxide is usually very hard, its a protective type of corrosion (a good thing in a lot of cases, however its an issue for waterblocks as it blocks flow and reduces thermal absorption to the water), those barbs look to be aluminium, that's horrible...
   
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ah, yea coppoxide is usually very hard, its a protective type of corrosion (a good thing in a lot of cases, however its an issue for waterblocks as it blocks flow and reduces thermal absorption to the water), those barbs look to be aluminium, that's horrible...

It was my initial plunge into water cooling and the cost of everything at first is a little high of course. I did my homework and knew about silver's inherent anti-everything properties, so I wanted silver barbs. I bought what I assumed, and made an (_!_) of myself, were silver coated barbs. They were in fact, not silver coated, just called Silver Diamond. I should have known better by their low price, as I researched everything else regarding water cooling as much as I could to death...but I bought them anyway.

It took quite some time for that to happen so when it did I had some extra coin to splurge on proper Bitspower compression fittings.
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"yawa" url="/t/1436497/official-amd-r9-290x-290-owners-club/20640#post_22113425"]Y'know for the first time in my life I'm content with my build. This is the first Flagship anything I've ever owned. Being fully water blocked and 24/7 clocked at 1225 MHz (of course it can do higher) this is really the first time I've been satisfied with a build.

I mean, yes I will eventually cap off this endgame build the way anyone shelling out for a Flagship card should. Buy the best monitor available (preferably 4K) and a 2nd card when they start dropping prices, but beyond the pipe dream of me eventually wanting a six core excavator, I'm finally happy with my computer.

What a weird feeling.

I known the feeling man. I had been on a seemingly never ending upgrade cycle since I left the AMD camp for CPUs a few years ago.
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I thought I was rocking and rolling with my 4.2GHz Phenom X6 and a 4890 overclocked to the brink...Then this little company called Square Enix released the benchmark for FFXIV just before they opened beta testing the first time around back in Fall of 2010.

My system fell flat on its face buttkick.gif. It was half due to their horrendously unoptimized graphics engine, as people with greater hardware than I were also scoring poorly.

First I upgraded to a 7870, which at the time was the best 1080p card for the money at around $330. I put it under water and overclocked it quite a bit and was still unsatisfied mad.gif

Then I came across a smoking deal on an ASUS i5 laptop. This was just after HD4000 IGP hit the mobile market. I immediately doubled the RAM and threw a SSD in it. The performance was inspiring yessir.gif, and then I benched SSD against my desktop...Laptop blew its side panels off gunner.gif

Shortly thereafter the FX-8350 released with underwhelming performance...and I threw in the proverbial towel wave2.gif I sadly waved goodbye to AMD as my CPU manufacturer for the first time since a P3 maybe? Went to my local Microcenter and grabbed an ASRock Z77 extreme6 and a 3570k. Graphics performance jumped up 30% from CPU/Board cheers.gif I was hoping for a 5 GHz Ivy, but was only able to make 4.7ish.

After a few months later the PCIe slot died and I had to RMA. I took this as an opportunity to upgrade my desktop as well as my HTPC. Went to MicroCenter again and grabbed the Mini-ITX version of my board and a 3770k, hoping again for a 5GHz Ivy.

I got close, the chip would boot at 5GHz, but would also be hitting devil.gif 95C when it got to the desktop. I knew of delidding but was too scared to hammer or slice my way to lower temps. So back to the GPU scene I went.

I had been watching an open box GTX 670 Superclock 4GB for a few months at my local Microcenter. When the price finally hit $329, I jumped on it. Brought it home, tossed it in my HTPC for a few weeks to burn it in and play some games on it; BL2 is glorious with PhysX. I was satisfied with the card at that point. Then I came across an open box 670 4GB DC2 on Newegg for $329. Ordered it without thinking. Also ordered Waterblocks for both cards and some other goodies from FrozenCPU. DC2 arrived a couple days after blocks, which I opened, and was DOA mad.gif While I was waiting for the card I got excited and put the other 670 under water only to find out A) it had horrendous coil whine, and B) would NOT overclock at all! Now I had a DOA and a POS...EXTRA salty! devil.gif Fortunately FrozenCPU took back the DC2 block and backplate for credit minus Restock thumbsupsmiley.png, which I then immediately purchased the enormous Phantom 630. I was still planning on SLI/Xfire but wanted to wait for a decent deal.

The deal never came and the 670 aaskull.gif Only positive was I bought the walk-in warranty so I had $350 to put towards something bigger and better. The 780 came out, was king of the hill, and very tempting since I had 1/2 the money in credit awaiting to be spent. Rumors of Hawaii were swirling and I was quite salty with Nvidia cards, even though I gambled on open box; before those 2 cards I had never been burned though. I decided to wait for Hawaii to release, and deal with my DC2 7770 for a little while longer...back to CPU...

Now I had grown the juevos to delid my 3770k. At first I made a very poor attempt with a cheap-o exacto knife and got nowhere; blade was much too thick. Took my CPU to work the next day and on lunch decided to give it the old hammer and wood block treatment...didn't work out so well as I took a little chunk doh.gif out of the edge of the PCB. Infuriated at my stupidity, I walked into our parts department, grabbed a new 'standard' razor blade and sliced the IHS off in about 45 seconds. Time to 'upgrade' again as I thought the 3770k was dead...it wasn't as I'm typing away on my HTPC that is powered by it right now; as it's ripping Wolf of Wall Street @ 95% CPU usage biggrin.gif

Back to Microcenter for a 4770k and a Maximus VI Hero. Tested the CPU for about 2 hours sitting in the retail box on my dining table and lopped the top off for delid without hesitation this time yessir.gif. Installed it in my Phantom 630 to find I have a fair 4770k making 4.4GHz at 1.340V wth.gif I was content, until one day I looked up at my case and realized how ridiculous thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif this enormous case, I had intended for SLI, looked with practically nothing in it. bulb.gif I had been watching Compact Splash come together and was really wanting to make a powerful mATX or Mini-ITX build. Jokingly I put my 4770k and MoBo up on eBay and it sold in less than 3 hours! eek.gif
And that would take this ridiculously long post, more or less, to the start of my mATX build log: http://www.overclock.net/t/1456279/honey-i-shrunk-the-ultra-tower-beast-my-journey-to-creating-a-more-compact-pc-with-an-r9-290

I am still ecstatic over the performance of my little mATX box. The 290(X) are glorious cards, and, quite honestly, I think AMD had water on the brain when they cooked laugher.gif up the idea for these cards. My single 290 @ 1200/1500 has enough power behind it to get respectable/playable frames in 1080 Eyefinity.
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Hi Guys,

I am wanting to do a Quadfire Setup - I have the cards already 290x Reference I have enough Power 1200w + 650w (Add2Psu_Adapter)

All I need is the motherboard and the CPU wchich will be the 4930k or 4960k which should remove any bottlenecks.

I was thinking about the Rampage Extreme 4 But then I thought Maybe the Cards will be 2 close Because of what I am about to consider, and here it is:

I was thinking Of getting a 7 PCIE Motherboard And having the cards Seperated by 1 slot Each If you can picture it? Now On top of this separation I will remove the Standard cooler and in replace it with the GELID Icy Vision Universal VGA Cooler Rev 2 For each Card


What do you think about this guys? Aswell as All this I will have a good Case which will suck HOt air out and suck air in,

This should quite the cards down aswell as cooling them , I know its possible with the ref cards to have them sitting next to each other as they are designed to suck the air out from the outer edge and blow it out the front.. But they do get pretty loud from the sucking.

What do you think of my setup above? with the 1 x PCIE gap between each card and change the standard coolers to GELID Icy Vision Universal VGA Cooler Rev 2 ?? I do not want to Create a massive water cooled setup , I want a simple but effective setup that does not take that much space..

Isn't it bad to mix power supplies? even if you do share common ground wouldn't you have different voltages coming from the mobo and the pcie connectors? I've seen power supplies dip as long as 11.3V whereas others go as high as 12.7V

You might want to look into getting a powered 16x riser for your last card and cut the 3 12V+ wires. That way you have the same power supply powering the 3 12V pins aswell as the pcie connectors.

I'm assuming you are powering one card with the 650W and 3 + system on the 1200W.

You could probably get away with all 4 on the 1200W and 440W to power the system.
but then each card would have to be "cut"
Nope, no problem using two PSU's. Regarding the voltage tolerance, the +12V should be within +/-5% (+11.400 to +12.600 VDC). Also software reading is not accurate.

I'm guessing 1200W for the quad & 650W for the system.
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how much of a difference did the Fuji pads on the backplate make? VRMs are at 60 degrees with using stock ingredients, but I plan on adding 1-2 more cards.

I believe Kizwan said he couldn't measure temp drops because he did the pads on the card and the backplate at the same time.  I will be adding the pads to my backplate soon, I can let you know what happens with mine.  Using XSPC block/backplate.
Roboyto is correct. I can't measure it because I did the block & backplate at the same time.

@Roy360, in addition to Roboyto's XSPC vs. Fujipoly Ultra Extreme thermal pads thermal performance comparison [Link], I also recorded VRM1 temp for before & after applying the Fujipoly Extreme on EK waterblock + backplate, in case you're interested. [Link]
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I have biocide, however I haven't had my new case and radiators but a few weeks now. I would have seen it quicker but my pump decoupling foam is yellow, so the discoloration in the reservoir I thought was just the foam. I'll use the kill coil too after its all back.

I'm running about 10% vinegar in it tonight. Will drain and repeat tomorrow. I sent my sapphire 290x in today for RMA so won't have my pc running for a while.

I thought you guys would like to see the Koolance block naked. I was surprised to see how much gunk and mess was in mine. I used a very soft bristle toothbrush and some 99% alcohol to clean it. It appears whatever it was started to take some of the nickel coating off.

Also, forgot this. It looks extremely terrible in the first picture because they grease the o-rings from the factory. That grease is still there
Don't forget, for good measure, to flush with baking soda (Sodium Bicarbonate) to neutralize the acid.
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