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post #31 of 138
I found this information on their site...

http://www.arctic.ac/de_de/downloads/dl/file/id/1147/accelero_hybrid_ii_120_height_restriction_drawing.pdf

Shows a total height of 57mm. The space between two slots on a motherboard is 20.5mm so since my next 16x slot is 3 slots away that is 61.5mm so the fit should be fine. Hopefully their measurements are accurate then there should be no issue running this in a crossfire/SLI setup except for the fact that all your PCI slots will be obscured except for the very bottom most on the ATX board which in my case is a 3rd 16x slot which should be free for me to use my Revo.
post #32 of 138
You should be fine. I put one on a 290x and measured what it would take for crossfire on the other. You'll have a couple mm of space between the sink on card 1 and the pump on card 0, close but not touching. I'll update later with my opinions on this thing.
post #33 of 138
Hey folks :-)

I'm glad to read some positive feedback allready just because i ordered two of those coolers today.

For the german guys and girls around: they're available now at several german online shops!

As soon they're at my place and mounted il'll post my personal expieriences. Will install the coolers as replacement for Sapphires Tri-X air coolers on my two R9 290 just because the summer is comming for sure and i'm actually in the mood for some tinkering^^ So hopefully during next week i will be able to share some impressions how the parts will perform compared to custom R9 air-coolers when running a crossfire system in a midi tower.

I'm wondering how long the tubes will be, would be nice if they would be long enough to mount the radiators at the front of my Antec 300 where allready two fan frames are present...
post #34 of 138
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Originally Posted by fmydog View Post

I just installed this on a r9 290x from asus and have been running it for a day and after 24hours of vertmining at 450khs my GPU core is sitting at 67c over the stock coolers 91c!

Gpuz reported VRM temps in excess of 100c and now they are a cool 80c with the HYBRID.

i have a cooler master HAF stacker 915r (YES MINI ITX) and the heat sink does get *some* air but not tons so it is very effective. If you know anything about water cooling then know this. find me a full plate water block that has active vrm cooling on the back side? yes you get some on the front side but not the backside..... THEY DONT MAKE EM haha i have 4 7990s all running xspc full water blocks with fancy 30$ back plates and this accelero hybrid comes very close in performance. My water cooling loop can be seen in my posted threads. i went ALL OUT and spent 1800$ to cool 4 7990s, YES 8 GPUs and could not be happier my temps sit at 51-57c on all cores mining 100% load. With the artic its only a couple more degrees for WAY less money...

If you dont jump on this product you are stupid, this will sell out fast! i had to get mine on newegg because amazon was SOLD OUT day 4. Newegg has a couple left so act fast.

Did you put the card in your upper-most PCIE? If so, does the height of the heatsink interfere with your RAM (if you have high-profile RAM)?


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Well I'll let you know when I receive mine sometime next week (whenever Newegg gets around to shipping it, as they are still sitting on it for some reason). I would think the backplate doesn't seem nearly large enough to interfere with the block on the next card though.

I suggest you leave a PCIE slot between the two cards and you should have plenty of room.


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Well I have two coming tonight. I guess I'll find out if it'll work in crossfire frown.gif

I have two 290s with reference coolers and those things drive me nuts.

How did your installation go?
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Where can I buy one? Tried to buy from arctic.ac and they don't take PayPal, ***? lol.

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Where can I buy one? Tried to buy from arctic.ac and they don't take PayPal, ***? lol.

-Jamie M.

Newegg: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835186095
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Says they won't ship to Canada, and newegg.ca doesn't show it frown.gif

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post #38 of 138
Here's a quick opinion from the time I've had with one of these. I have 2 reference 290x cards in crossfire and they are used mostly for mining and some gaming. I got them as 290s right before the price hike and I was lucky to have them both unlock to x cards. Now one has a hybrid and the other is still stock.

Mining scrypt at just over 1mhs each I have to overvolt them a bit. I targeted arount 85 deg and at that speed one would run 87, the other 85deg at 70% fan. VRMs were in the 70's and low 80's.

The hybrid is very dependent on your case fans to cool your vrm. Same hash speeds, the vrm now runs 90deg.... I don't believe the rear heatsink helps any more than a traditional heatsink. It allows the selling point of easily return your card to stock more than anything.

I also don't know why the fins don't flow the other direction, it would make more sense from an airflow perspective. I could attach another heat sink to the VRMs from the front side of the card but that's kinda lame; for $130 spent I shouldn't have to.

The GPU stays plenty cool. 35% fan 72 deg. I could easily up the fan just a little and get it even cooler, but 72 is fine. Any AIO cooler will keep the GPU very cool. All of these AIO coolers are much better than stock for cooling the GPU and you really don't have to worry about that. It's the VRM you need to watch.

Yes they will work in crossfire; you'll have a few mm of space between the sink of one card and the pump on the other. I'm fairly certain a kraken g10 will work in crossfire. That, and if you can get some VRM and ram heatsinks that will stick without permanent glue would be much better, and you can keep an expansion slot. An AIO, a G10 and a few heat sinks would be cheaper too.

If I had to do it over again I wouldn't, I would try to find someplace that sells a g10 and go that route.
post #39 of 138
Was pretty happy with my Hybrid I, although the bearing on the pump started rattling noisily, had to return and got cash as a warranty return, was disappointed since I liked the performance.

Love that they made a new one, and the pump looks more reliable this time around according to specs! Can't wait for mine to arrive...might have to wait for a while though. The backplate design is ingenious really, makes it much more reusable and compatible for the future use, just need to order more of those heat pads and insulating film(s).
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Why does the heatsink go on the back of the card?
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