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post #921 of 1097
I was able to get 9495 points in FireStrike Extreme with 1636/4100MHz.
Pushed the GPU voltage to the max in Afterburner (1294mV), raised RAM voltage by 50mV and reduced AUX voltage by 150mV (ArtMoney).
I have to say, that my core is under water (35°C) und I put several heatsinks at the MOSFETs and RAM chips.

It seems, the card likes it cold, but unfortunately, this is only possible with cold air coming from outside the house ;-)
post #922 of 1097
I wonder if it's possible to rig up a phase change system on the card. I'm not prepared to do that, but I'm sure somebody out there is crazy enough to try.
post #923 of 1097
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I wonder if it's possible to rig up a phase change system on the card. I'm not prepared to do that, but I'm sure somebody out there is crazy enough to try.

Done it in the past, but it was quite messy and condensation was a real issue as at idle it would frost up heaps and under load melt, CPU's weren't much better going back to early dual core processor days, so it was about the I moved away from phase change to water cooling smile.gif

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found these, may have been later ones too, can't remember smile.gif
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post #924 of 1097
I'm thinking I might push the new system tonight. It's gonna be cold outside here as well. Very nice clocks stb.
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I'm thinking I might push the new system tonight. It's gonna be cold outside here as well. Very nice clocks stb.
Way to ignore my question. frown.gif

I just got my parts today, just missing the crucial main component, the waterblock itself. I already paid for it tho.
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I wonder if it's possible to rig up a phase change system on the card. I'm not prepared to do that, but I'm sure somebody out there is crazy enough to try.

Yes it is possible, but you need 2 things, this card, and someone with a phase change unit that is willing to put in the effort and preparation needed to make it happen. tongue.gif
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post #927 of 1097
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Yes it is possible, but you need 2 things, this card, and someone with a phase change unit that is willing to put in the effort and preparation needed to make it happen. tongue.gif

I don't have this card but still biggrin.gif
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post #928 of 1097
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Way to ignore my question. frown.gif

I just got my parts today, just missing the crucial main component, the waterblock itself. I already paid for it tho.

About the phase, I'm sorry sphere I didn't mean to ignore that one bub. I just don't know much about them is all. I've never used anything but water and air. Just never had to money or time to invest into such a thing. Like someone else said, condensation to. It would be more a one time thing like ln2, for a couple of times either way, not 24/7 for sure.

On a side note. First push tonight.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/10952934?
post #929 of 1097
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About the phase, I'm sorry sphere I didn't mean to ignore that one bub. I just don't know much about them is all. I've never used anything but water and air. Just never had to money or time to invest into such a thing. Like someone else said, condensation to. It would be more a one time thing like ln2, for a couple of times either way, not 24/7 for sure.

On a side note. First push tonight.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/10952934?

I can run my phase changer 24/7 if I wish. and you can run a phase changer 24/7 as long as the motherboard is prepped up right. smile.gif I remember the first couple of times I tried running my phase changer I got condensation issues Gunslinger was able to help me through giving me pointers and tips. thumb.gif I know Little Devils makes a tower case that has a built in Phase changer as well so it can be run 24/7
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post #930 of 1097
I did not realize that and thus why I had kept quiet lol.

New push.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/10953186?

I'm gonna let the temps keep dropping and push the cpu further.

Hoping I can beat my old single gpu score.. Close but not there yet. Those are the same clocks so.


Update:

4.9! I want the 50% overclock, 50Hz away. Temp on cpu was 50C with 1.575V. Honestly could care less about the chip so voltage doesn't concern me.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/10953398?
Edited by truehighroller1 - 2/25/16 at 8:31pm
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