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So sent a email to NZXT asking about the kraken x61 and g10 for my gigabyte care and this is there response

Zoe Lee (NZXT)
Oct 6, 10:57 PM


Hi Sir,

We are also limited to be not able to check this card physically. What we can sure is the mounting holes around GPU is compatible for G10 bracket. But the problem is maybe you also need to copper shim between X61 contact surface and GPU. and Using G10 also require you to remove the backplate on graphics card.

Zoe Lee -

NZXT.

So by that I'm guessing I can go out and buy the kraken and G10 and shouldn't have a problem ?
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Hi Guys why is my Sapphire 390 crashing when i play games like GTA V and The Witcher 3 Maxed out? The temps dont go higher than 88 and my cpu is i5 4590
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Hi Guys why is my Sapphire 390 crashing when i play games like GTA V and The Witcher 3 Maxed out? The temps dont go higher than 88 and my cpu is i5 4590

could be a PSU power issue.
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well i can not control the voltage / also fans only start after 60c , so i am trying to load a profile for them to work at 50 percent speed when windows loads up .

but temps go till 90c even with full fan speed - will try again with the a/c on with a cooler room - will try to install 2 fans near the gpus to see if that helps blowing air in and hot air out .

damn these gpus get hot .

if it reach 90c its likely the cooler isnt making proper contact.
now and then they have to much grease between the core and cooler and thats likely a culprit.
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Hi Guys why is my Sapphire 390 crashing when i play games like GTA V and The Witcher 3 Maxed out? The temps dont go higher than 88 and my cpu is i5 4590

My nitro does that too, not for gta but for my heavily modified skyrim, if my gpu reaches over 85 it starts playing up, I get artifacts and the game starts skipping and will even crash from time to time, I just moved into a new place and the room where my pc is gets very very hot. I have to run all my case fans at 100% and my gpu fan I run at 80% constant and i also dropped my gpu back to stock clocks and voltages. Now it maxes out at like 72.I don't think these nitros like going over 80 degrees.I'm thinking about selling it and buying either and XFX or an asus 390 just so I can get a waterblock and install my custom loop once again.
Edited by kalidae - 10/7/15 at 4:46am
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Hey everyone!

I've had my MSI 390x for like a month now, but haven't had the chance to properly play with it or benchmark it. I got that chance these last few days, so here I am. I've been reading quite a lot from this thread and decided to finally join. So without further ado...
Firestrike:


Firestrike Extreme:


These were taken last night with the GPU at 1170/1680 with +75mV core/+20mV AUX. I also went higher but scored worse for some reason (Throttling perhaps?). The CPU is a 4790k at 4.7GHz.

I'm pretty happy with the card so far. It's by no means whisper quiet or anything, but it's not too noisy and the noise it makes isn't the high-pitched whining I find annoying, but rather a whoosh, like air moving, so I'm ok with it. Temps do climb all the way to 80-85C (Been up to 91 once, but that was a +100mV core/+50mV AUX run) but stay there and I'm okay with it. I mean, the 290 and 290x reference cards, and also some aftermarket ones, would run at 95C non-stop with the slightest load. Many were used for hardcore gaming and, worse, mining and they're still alive. I haven't heard of many Hawaii chips frying, so 80C seems like a good spot to be for now. I would change the TIM, but I'm afraid of voiding the warranty so early. Maybe later in the year, although it's going to be my first time modifying a high(-ish) end GPU, so I'm somewhat scared. Still, how hard can it be?

My three questions would be:
- How far would you keep AUX voltage for 24/7 use? I'm quite comfortable messing with the core voltage, but AUX... I dunno. Need some input there. It's at +20mV currently, not too high.
- Has anyone played DA: Inquisition with their 390/390x? If so, did you get some massive stutters and did your FPS tank when going around forest areas? I mean, I'm usually at 60+FPS everywhere, except for open forest areas, where the framerate will drop drastically, sometimes to the high 30s but mostly mid 40s, causing massive stuttering. And by massive, I mean nigh on unplayable. Even the mouse stops responding correctly. Quite annoying actually. Only way I get around this is by disabling MSAA completely, leaving everything else at the highest settings. Which brings me to question #3.
- Do settings in CCC for games even apply? I'm trying to force AA from there and it doesn't seem to do anything. It doesn't ignore the game's setttings, and it doesn't change the performance or image quality. What's up with that?

I'd appreciate some thoughts on my "issues", but mostly I'm happy to be here. Sign me up!

PS : 430GB/s bandwidth? That's insane. Take that Fury!
Edited by tolis626 - 10/7/15 at 5:08am
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I have a Hexa 700W PSU. It should be more than enough according to the calculator. (The rails are also sufficient).
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I have a Hexa 700W PSU. It should be more than enough according to the calculator. (The rails are also sufficient).

What case and case fans do you have?
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I have a Hexa 700W PSU. It should be more than enough according to the calculator. (The rails are also sufficient).

700W is enuf. Hexa - no.
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What case and case fans do you have?

I don't think temperature is the issue (It can run on higher temps and still not crash)
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