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You mean Plasti Dip type of product? If so, it is probably too thin or elastic to prevent the inductor from oscillating.

Something like this should work better:





Note how PowerColor did a sloppy job applying the glue. It is supposed to be packed between the inductor and the PCB, not to be sprayed on the inductor.
post #6542 of 11357
Probably, gonna try a evga g2 before returning the cards. Any other psu recommendation that can be grabbed from microcenter? This whole whine thing had been bothering me since beginning of build. It is so easy to make other component dead silent. And this one thing I have no control of.
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Probably, gonna try a evga g2 before returning the cards. Any other psu recommendation that can be grabbed from microcenter? This whole whine thing had been bothering me since beginning of build. It is so easy to make other component dead silent. And this one thing I have no control of.

Probably a good idea. I'm going to MC tomorrow myself to pick up a 4K monitor.
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Probably a good idea. I'm going to MC tomorrow myself to pick up a 4K monitor.

Sweet. Keep us posted which one you get and how it does.
     
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If i change the thermal pads and paste on my GPU, can i use my CPU paste (arctic silver) on the GPU chip?

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/R9_Fury_Strix/images/front_full.jpg

this is what the original looks like : https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/R9_Fury_Strix/images/cooler2.jpg


OR would it be better to buy a thermal pad that would cover the GPU and mem chips? instead of applying paste.
https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/R9_Fury_Strix/images/memory.jpg
Edited by JunkaDK - 1/20/16 at 2:11am
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Getting hot, not particularly but there isn't an HBM temp sensor that I know of, and one of them was only half covered even with all of that stuff on there. Was just curious to see what they did. Too much TIM is bad, its an insulator when you get more than a thin layer.

EDIT: I also noticed there is a tiny chip in the core by one of the HBM stacks. I don't like that.

This is what I ended up doing:

IMAG0089.jpg

Curios to know how this ended? Did u notice any difference after repasting and changing the thermal pads?

My problem ( i think) is that the VRM's get too hot under heavy load ( OC to 1165mhz).. it will shut down over 62 degress.. i can only keep it under 62 when the fan is a 100%.. = NOISE smile.gif My card is the Asus R9 Fury STRIX

Also... is the fuji thermal pad 1mm? or thicker?
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If i change the thermal pads and paste on my GPU, can i use my CPU paste (arctic silver) on the GPU chip?

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/R9_Fury_Strix/images/front_full.jpg

this is what the original looks like : https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/R9_Fury_Strix/images/cooler2.jpg


OR would it be better to buy a thermal pad that would cover the GPU and mem chips? instead of applying paste.
https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/R9_Fury_Strix/images/memory.jpg


That is not thermal pad on the GPU/HBM! Don't put thermal pads there! Also, I would not put AS5 on it either, get something good like Gelid GC extreme that spreads easily (I use NT-H1 personally).


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Curios to know how this ended? Did u notice any difference after repasting and changing the thermal pads?

My problem ( i think) is that the VRM's get too hot under heavy load ( OC to 1165mhz).. it will shut down over 62 degress.. i can only keep it under 62 when the fan is a 100%.. = NOISE smile.gif My card is the Asus R9 Fury STRIX

Also... is the fuji thermal pad 1mm? or thicker?

On that particular card my core temps dropped almost 15C, I'm not sure on the VRM temps because the Tri-X didn't have a sensor for it. I reasoned that it was wise to replace it when I was in there because the old stuff was like a stick of gum, hard as a rock and crumbling. I know I was able to get an extra 25mhz out of it (which was very good when Fiji first came out with no voltage control/custom BIOS, etc).

Not sure on the thickness of the pads, I just eyeballed it to compare with some I had already and then made sure it had good contact when I put it back together, but I think they were 1.0mm. The Asus may be different.
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That is not thermal pad on the GPU/HBM! Don't put thermal pads there! Also, I would not put AS5 on it either, get something good like Gelid GC extreme that spreads easily (I use NT-H1 personally).
On that particular card my core temps dropped almost 15C, I'm not sure on the VRM temps because the Tri-X didn't have a sensor for it. I reasoned that it was wise to replace it when I was in there because the old stuff was like a stick of gum, hard as a rock and crumbling. I know I was able to get an extra 25mhz out of it (which was very good when Fiji first came out with no voltage control/custom BIOS, etc).

Not sure on the thickness of the pads, I just eyeballed it to compare with some I had already and then made sure it had good contact when I put it back together, but I think they were 1.0mm. The Asus may be different.

I'm gonna try it on my Asus. Thanks alot for these tips.. i will let you know how it works out smile.gif +rep
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Does anyone else's Tri-X Fury have the PCB kind of bending towards the port side of the card? It's almost touching the backplate. Is this a case of the backplate being too tightly screwed to the PCB? I removed the card to check if it was just stress from being installed, still there.

Should I loosen that area of the backplate?
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Sweet. Keep us posted which one you get and how it does.

Well, I drove an hour and a half out there and got it, only to unbox extreme disappointment (again). I swear to god buying monitors is the worst thing in the entire world when it comes to PC's. I grabbed the AOC U2879VF which I think a few people here have, its a 4K Freesync panel (same 28" panel as in all of the other 28"). Mine has a huge cluster of dead pixels dead center in the screen and the entire right side light-bleeds so badly along the edge that I can see it on white backgrounds let alone black.

Now I get to decide if I want to drive all the way back with it or send it to AOC to get replaced instead.
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