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It's my vrm that is about 88°c, which is sadly still air cooled. Only core gpu is watercooled which never goes above 60 on 200+MV smile.gif
Thinking of ketting a new psu, might get a second gpu to while i'm on it tongue.gif

i see. take hint from Stige before getting a new psu. keep it under 80 - vrm 1.
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Alright, does temps on the vrm affect stability? Because i read that they van easily hit 110°c :/
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also, might be a stupid question. But is there a way to see the whole graph on page one with all the overclock statistics person achieved? I can see only till voltage and not whats behind that frown.gif
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It's my vrm that is about 88°c, which is sadly still air cooled. Only core gpu is watercooled which never goes above 60 on 200+MV smile.gif
Thinking of ketting a new psu, might get a second gpu to while i'm on it tongue.gif

Those are pretty high temps for a watercooled core.
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Alright, does temps on the vrm affect stability? Because i read that they van easily hit 110°c :/

Yes, quite badly aswell. My clocks can be stable for a period of time until my VRM1 goes past 70C, I start to see small artifact every now and then after that as a sign.
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Those are pretty high temps for a watercooled core.
Yes, quite badly aswell. My clocks can be stable for a period of time until my VRM1 goes past 70C, I start to see small artifact every now and then after that as a sign.

well, card is cooled by a kraken x31 with fans only spinning at 65%.

Didn't know stability was that much affected by vrm temps :/ how can i get them even lower? already using fujipoly extreme pads on the heatsink :/
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also, might be a stupid question. But is there a way to see the whole graph on page one with all the overclock statistics person achieved? I can see only till voltage and not whats behind that frown.gif

You can open the graph in a new tab
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well, card is cooled by a kraken x31 with fans only spinning at 65%.

Didn't know stability was that much affected by vrm temps :/ how can i get them even lower? already using fujipoly extreme pads on the heatsink :/

I strapped a GT AP-15 fan on top of them, helped quite a bit. Only got 7w/mk thermal pads on the VRM myself.

My max core temps have been like ~45C, usually way less, even at +200mV.
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I strapped a GT AP-15 fan on top of them, helped quite a bit. Only got 7w/mk thermal pads on the VRM myself.

My max core temps have been like ~45C, usually way less, even at +200mV.
and with which cooler is that?
pj
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Also just noticed that in unigine heaven, i only need +50mv for 1180/1700 to run it without artifacts while in assetto corsa i need to bump the voltage to +85 to get no artifacts :/
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