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I would like to thank everyone for there answers

well put... I couldn't remember for my life why it was that keeping it cool actually helped keep it cool lol.. but that explains it quite well... thumb.gif

edit: I just realized I quoted the wrong post lol.... ooops. meant to quote the one above the one I quoted.redface.gif
Edited by Minotaurtoo - 8/29/16 at 2:33pm
post #9552 of 11540
You should consider to turn the fan of the Fury X to suck air from intake case fan. The turn somewhere maybe will be not too easy, but the card stays very cool. Im playing Rise of the Tomb Raider in 25C temp room. My card is using 30mv (1.231V typical), HBM at 550Mhz, 1.36V. The core can't go above 46-47C at 45% witch i still quiet for me. In The Witcher 3 maybe the core will turn around 49-50C.

I will post images soon to show what I mean. smile.gif
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* Just updated to the Latest Crimson Drivers for my Fury R9 GPU.

* I've been waiting all year for AMD to allow the GPU to overclock without having to use third Party O.C software.

With previous features I was unable to O.C the GPU per GAME as when I did the System would crash.

* Now with power efficiency feature, I've overclocked Ryse Son of Rome to 5% and the screen stuttering / tearing is all gone, plays smoothly without any issues.

* I can see why AMD does not want us to O.C their GPU's because of inconsistent PSU tolerances (such as my SFX-600) which I understand can deviate from its correct voltages up to 5% (even though its gold Rated), 5% voltage spikes = more heat and stress on the GPU itself. The Fury R9 card has a Huge heat spreader and x3 Large fans to cool it, I overclocked it @ 3.5% Core clock and 6.5% Power clock. This has resulted in better image stability in Ryse Game * As well temps never exceed 69c in my Silverstone Mini itx case.

* Its a really useful feature if you want to squeeze 4-5 frames to hit 60 FPS on 1080p Displays.
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Hi! Im going change my thermal paste in my R9 Nano and i just wanted to ask if anyone got some tips for that? Is there anything special what i would wanna know?

And if someone got pictures this operation or videos feel free link here!

Im having high temps in my nano and this is last thing what i didint yet do, i did undervolt, custom bios, silent wing2, everything no luck.
post #9555 of 11540
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Hi! Im going change my thermal paste in my R9 Nano and i just wanted to ask if anyone got some tips for that? Is there anything special what i would wanna know?

And if someone got pictures this operation or videos feel free link here!

Im having high temps in my nano and this is last thing what i didint yet do, i did undervolt, custom bios, silent wing2, everything no luck.

When I changed my Sapphire Fury TriX thermal paste there was a plastic film around the gpu and hbm. I removed the film and then cleaned the old thermal paste off. I'm not sure if Nano will have this same film or not.

I then used the paste that came with my EK waterblock (Gelid). I put 1 small dot on each HBM and then a thin X-shaped line on the GPU itself.


Edited by sydefekt - 8/31/16 at 6:53am
 
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When I changed my Sapphire Fury TriX thermal paste there was a plastic film around the gpu and hbm. I removed the film and then cleaned the old thermal paste off. I'm not sure if Nano will have this same film or not.

I then used the paste that came with my EK waterblock (Gelid). I put 1 small dot on each HBM and then a thin X-shaped line on the GPU itself.


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Originally Posted by Drag0g0 View Post

Hi! Im going change my thermal paste in my R9 Nano and i just wanted to ask if anyone got some tips for that? Is there anything special what i would wanna know?

And if someone got pictures this operation or videos feel free link here!

Im having high temps in my nano and this is last thing what i didint yet do, i did undervolt, custom bios, silent wing2, everything no luck.

In Sydefekt picture above there are gold membranes running between the HBM chips . These are the interposters do not touch or break them. Just a heads up , Good luck
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So if there are old thermal paste interposter do i just leave it there?
post #9558 of 11540
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So if there are old thermal paste interposter do i just leave it there?

I would suggest leaving it alone if you damage the interposter you will have a brick.

Have a look at this youtube video the guy explains the removal of the cooler and installation of a water block. Explains all the dos and don'ts and he seems pretty knowledgeable.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BJil420eCMo
post #9559 of 11540
I must say. in working with three Fiji cards now, I've removed the plastic film covering the interposer, and I've looked carefully at it I don't think it's as easy to break as everyone seems to think.

To me after having a look at it for a while, it looks like the interposer is covered by a glue or something, which reduces the risk of damage.

I'm not saying go ahead and run a screw driver across it. But yeah I don't think it's as fragile as people make it to be. I cleaned all the old TiM off my interposers with a toothpick and Q-tio. And all my cards are in ship shape.
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Well I do not think that the interposer traces can be harmed just by breathing on them. There are at least two thread members whom have had interposer, TIM replacement related damage. One member damaged his interposer whilst cleaning TIM after removing the protective film that Sapphire applies to Fury series cards. IIRC they were not gentle with it. The second Fury card had interposer damage due to cracked interposer. This happened while tightening the cooler back in place. This happened to a very experienced enthusiast exercising proper care. Likely due to the very high tension of the stock retaining spring plate mounted on the back of the card.
I have also read elsewhere of al least 2 other cards being damaged due to carless old TIM removal methods.
The cracked interposer is the one I find most worrying.
I did not have any problems myself. But I do not think it is a cake walk either.
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