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Originally Posted by escalibur View Post

Yeah I think I could email them out of curiousity.


ps. Does anyone know on what temps MSI Gaming X' memory chips are running with some overclocking? I'm wondering how well would heat spread towards the fan.

You'd need someone with one and an IR gun. Likelihood, not much.
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Does the kraken g10 have a bracket support for an r9 nano?
post #5703 of 6454
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Originally Posted by escalibur View Post

Is there any official statement regaring the cooler removal besides that one old forum post?

From their Global Moderator on MSI's official support forums:
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Removing the sticker will not void the warranty unless you do damage to the card while doing any actions with it while it's removed.
Also if you would have to RMA the card, you need to replace the heatsink, but sticker is just there to warn users that might not know what they're doing.

https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=184834.0


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Originally Posted by escalibur View Post

Does anyone know on what temps MSI Gaming X' memory chips are running with some overclocking? I'm wondering how well would heat spread towards the fan.

I don't have specific temp readings, but I can tell you that running at 11500mhz on the memory the heatspreader on the VRAM is only slightly warm to the touch. They're cool, no need to worry about needing additional cooling.
Edited by moustang - 7/26/16 at 5:54am
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From their Global Moderator on MSI's official support forums:
https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=184834.0
I don't have specific temp readings, but I can tell you that running at 11500mhz on the memory the heatspreader on the VRAM is only slightly warm to the touch. They're cool, no need to worry about needing additional cooling.

So, slightly warm to the touch would mean low ~40s C. After 50C, I think, is where it starts to feel "hot" and 70C is where burns develop in about 6 seconds. Assuming you don't have a raging fever right now, either, haha.

You know, more motherboards should offer thermistor jacks. The ASUS Z170 Sabertooth offers 3 thermistor hookups--great for spot testing, even if not super accurate like an IR thermometer.
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You'd need someone with one and an IR gun. Likelihood, not much.

Yeah I know. Need to ask around if someone could borrow me one.

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From their Global Moderator on MSI's official support forums:
https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=184834.0
I don't have specific temp readings, but I can tell you that running at 11500mhz on the memory the heatspreader on the VRAM is only slightly warm to the touch. They're cool, no need to worry about needing additional cooling.


Yeah I'm aware of that forum post. I will try to contact them out of curiosity.


Have you guys seen GALAX/KFA2 HoF's middle plate?

1080HOFweb_03.jpg
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Yeah I know. Need to ask around if someone could borrow me one.
Yeah I'm aware of that forum post. I will try to contact them out of curiosity.


Have you guys seen GALAX/KFA2 HoF's middle plate?

1080HOFweb_03.jpg

$15 on amazon bro. I have one. They're so useful.
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$15 on amazon bro. I have one. They're so useful.

Yeah there are many options even the actual thermal cameras cost much more than just $15. smile.gif


I almost forgot that many GALAX/KFA2 cards had coil whine in previous models so ordering one might be bigger risk than just picking MSI Gaming X.
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So, slightly warm to the touch would mean low ~40s C. After 50C, I think, is where it starts to feel "hot" and 70C is where burns develop in about 6 seconds. Assuming you don't have a raging fever right now, either, haha.
.

I don't even think they are hitting 40C. Probably more like 35-36C. Definitely no where near 50C.
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I don't even think they are hitting 40C. Probably more like 35-36C. Definitely no where near 50C.

OK, nice. That's surprisingly great.
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Here is semi naked photo of Zotac 1080 AMP! Edition (non-Extreme) PCB:

e7bpmWS.jpg

http://www.pctekindia.com/Reviews/ZOTAC_GTX_1080_AMP.aspx


VRM cooling is ok even 2-phase memory's VRM is cooled only by the fans. Apart from memory chips the card could be solid choice thanks to Zotac's free 5-year warranty.
Edited by escalibur - 7/29/16 at 3:47am
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