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Hey mate.

I have a set of timings in test right now.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/10544612

Need a ton Voltage but pretty good on the memory for my card.

This is for Elpida. If you wanna look at the Hynix, (I bet you won't) I will post it tomorrow.
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Are you using voltage tables to modify the volts? or some other way? Hacking AB with a .bat file? I've never seen 1.4v or anywhere near it. So I know you've got to be doing something right?
     
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Are you using voltage tables to modify the volts? or some other way? Hacking AB with a .bat file? I've never seen 1.4v or anywhere near it. So I know you've got to be doing something right?

Nope. You can do that by just changing the Voltage value in Hawaii Bios Reader.



Use Trixx or HIS iTurbo for the oomph.

For extreme runs, I have a modded BIOS based off a PT1. Pretty insane but you need tons of cooling to exploit it.

I need a flat 1.4 for extreme runs but the BIOS will ramp the Voltage up with the absence of a load. So risky. biggrin.gif
post #753 of 1874
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Nope. You can do that by just changing the Voltage value in Hawaii Bios Reader.



Use Trixx or HIS iTurbo for the oomph.

For extreme runs, I have a modded BIOS based off a PT1. Pretty insane but you need tons of cooling to exploit it.

I need a flat 1.4 for extreme runs but the BIOS will ramp the Voltage up with the absence of a load. So risky. biggrin.gif
nice. Seldom are things easier than they seem. Ha-ha. I'll have to wait until I get another rad to get the temps lower first. I hit 60 at 1.31 now with two 290xs pulling on this rad. Need moar rad haha
     
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nice. Seldom are things easier than they seem. Ha-ha. I'll have to wait until I get another rad to get the temps lower first. I hit 60 at 1.31 now with two 290xs pulling on this rad. Need moar rad haha

You better do. Pushing 1.4 on mine will fail a test at 45C. rolleyes.gif
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You better do. Pushing 1.4 on mine will fail a test at 45C. rolleyes.gif
How much rad on one card?
     
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How much rad on one card?

Gaming will not need that much.

But pushing things further will need to be as cool as you can get it.

I am using a 60mm 360 rad at the moment for the 4970k and the 290. At 20C ambient. I'm thinking to add my other 360 rad though. Might cool it better.
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Gaming will not need that much.

But pushing things further will need to be as cool as you can get it.

I am using a 60mm 360 rad at the moment for the 4970k and the 290. At 20C ambient. I'm thinking to add my other 360 rad though. Might cool it better.

Yeah, after a few hours of gaming both my cards get up to about 55-60c depending on ambient. I have two 290x's on a 60x360mm rad. Alphacool. So seems its just not quite enough for two of them. Benching one card I should be okay, though not totally sure. I'll have to mess around with it. Still need more rad me thinks. The CPU is on a 240 separated to itself right now and its happy enough. I just wish I could get a full cover block for the strong 290x. I thought about having one machined by my friend if nothing else. But I'll prob just upgrade before bothering with all that. Fury's seem to be coming alive now and I can plan better and get a brand that has full blocks wink.gif
     
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Yep. Voltage control embraced the Fury recently.

Exciting.

You might need better fans for the cards rad.
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Yep. Voltage control embraced the Fury recently.

Exciting.

You might need better fans for the cards rad.

1450 rpm gentle typhoons.
     
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push-pull?

1850s should've been better. thumb.gif
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