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Can someone please tell me what the core clocks are different on my (2) 980s while folding? They are both factory clocked and folding at 100%. Could it be the difference between 16x and 8x PCIE slots? Just curious. I haven't looked at these values yet while gaming. Notice that one GPU has slightly higher Voltage.

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Hi guys,
The side case 200mm fan right next to the GPU should be at inflow or exhaust ? Although mine is at inflow, Someone told me recently that the g1 gaming cards exhaust a lot of heat , although I have two exhaust fans at top, including the 3rd one which is the cpu cooler and the 3 in flow fans at bottom , front and side
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post #9143 of 10534
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Originally Posted by Zuhl3156 View Post

It is more likely that your RMA replacement wasn't tested properly.
It was a new one.
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Originally Posted by inedenimadam View Post

Could your waterblock be making contact? That section usually has a cutout for the chokes and a smaller shelf for the VRMs with thermal pads. Is your thermal pad worn out? Are there any burn marks on the block?

Here you can see the burn marks on the block:


But it makes no contact with it.

That SMD is shorter than the ones around it, so you are right, it doesn't look like it could be making contact there.

Did you run it on air at all first? If so how long? How long did it live with the block on?
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post #9144 of 10534
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Hi guys,
The side case 200mm fan right next to the GPU should be at inflow or exhaust ? Although mine is at inflow, Someone told me recently that the g1 gaming cards exhaust a lot of heat , although I have two exhaust fans at top, including the 3rd one which is the cpu cooler and the 3 in flow fans at bottom , front and side

The last time I had a case with a side fan was when I had a Cooler Master Sniper. I always got the best temperatures with the fan blowing cool air directly onto the video boards
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Hi guys,
The side case 200mm fan right next to the GPU should be at inflow or exhaust ? Although mine is at inflow, Someone told me recently that the g1 gaming cards exhaust a lot of heat , although I have two exhaust fans at top, including the 3rd one which is the cpu cooler and the 3 in flow fans at bottom , front and side
I always got slightly better temps with my side panel as exhaust when I was air cooling. Not by much, 2-4°c but definitely a bit cooler. Did the same for my cpu temps as well
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I always got slightly better temps with my side panel as exhaust when I was air cooling. Not by much, 2-4°c but definitely a bit cooler. Did the same for my cpu temps as well

I suppose it will take some experimenting on your part to see which will work for you. It seems different cases have different results depending on what you have inside.
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I suppose it will take some experimenting on your part to see which will work for you. It seems different cases have different results depending on what you have inside.
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@SauronTheGreat

Yeah, that's what I meant. Thank you.
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Can someone please tell me what the core clocks are different on my (2) 980s while folding? They are both factory clocked and folding at 100%. Could it be the difference between 16x and 8x PCIE slots? Just curious. I haven't looked at these values yet while gaming. Notice that one GPU has slightly higher Voltage.

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GPU 2:

Bump... anyone? confused.gif
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Bump... anyone? confused.gif

Use GPU-Z to measure the ASIC scores. Normally the higher ASIC will boost higher.
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