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Sapphire' is very long but is it less thicker than MSI? How many pcie slots does it cover?

The Sapphire R9 390(X) is about 42mm thick and the MSI about 51mm. So the Sapphire covers 2 Slots while the MSI covers 2.5 Slots. That makes a big difference for air flow in terms of crossfire.
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post #3842 of 11903
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Originally Posted by AverdanOriginal View Post

The Sapphire R9 390(X) is about 42mm thick and the MSI about 51mm. So the Sapphire covers 2 Slots while the MSI covers 2.5 Slots. That makes a big difference for air flow in terms of crossfire.

Thanks Man.

I am not going to crossfire but I need them for rendering in Blender.

Currently my Quadro 4000 goes upto 80 degrees when on full load, I have like 5 master cooler fans with inflow outflow setup.

So that extra space will help to cool down 2 x sapphire in long run, maybe I could even add one blower slot in between them to take out those extra heat from rear.
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Is it normal that the gpu core voltage jumps up to 1.25V when in windows browsing web? It is at 0.89V idle but jumps all the way to 1.25V. It's interesting that under full load in games it doesn't go above 1.19V.
Card in question is Powercolor PCS+ 390.

You can see in the pic how the memory clocks up-down together with voltage all the time while chrome is open..


Edited by ansha - 11/5/15 at 10:09am
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Turn off hardware acceleration.
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guys i gonna buy the 390x, and i wanna know if the msi it is worthy i had see that she is having some problem with power consumption
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guys i gonna buy the 390x, and i wanna know if the msi it is worthy i had see that she is having some problem with power consumption

What do you mean? What PSU do you have?
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600 w EVGA
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600 w EVGA

What model exactly? Should be fine unless you are running a heavily overclocked AMD CPU. (Any Intel CPU/overclock is fine).
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600 Bronze EVGA, i have fx 8350 and in the future i'm thinking in buy a new cooler and get to 4.5 ghz oc
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600 Bronze EVGA, i have fx 8350 and in the future i'm thinking in buy a new cooler and get to 4.5 ghz oc

You should be fine but you'll probably only be able to heavily overclock one of those two components with that CPU. The FX 8350 sucks a lot of juice and even more when overclocked.
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