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dang thats a nice temp drop whats your load temps with that cooler? i didn't see it
    
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wow Moot that looks cool...literally!
I have my 2nd card ( the one closer to the powersupply) running on average 2 degrees warmer, probably because there's so much less airflow there.
I can't get them any lower then 34-35 in a cool room, but on average I'd say they're hovering at 37-40 on idle with a warm computer

I was thinking about hacking up the stock heatsink as well to add to the duoorbs, but I suck with tools, I'd probably end up amputating a testicle or some such in the process.
You can get a hacksaw for about roughly $10 at any hardware store. If you get one, grab a 10", 18 ToothperInch (TPI).

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Ok, so i'm getting ready to put my heatsinks and stuff on. The mosfets...is it the 4 grey things on the right, or the 8 black things? or should i have a heatsink on both?

btw, great pics mootsfox
The bigger ones, but the heatsink has pads for both, so I'd cover both.

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Originally Posted by VinhDiezel View Post
has anyone tried using the stock cooler and removing the TIM and adding AS5? I read somewhere on xtreamsystems that it helped a guy get it from idle 70s to idles 50s doing this.
The stock TIM is like gum, so I bet AS5 would help. How much is the question.. I'd say more likely closer to 5-10C then 20.

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Do i need to uninstall catalyst and old drivers before installing the hotfix?
You can install the hotfix over the 8.5 drivers.
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Just got my card up and running...wow that HR-03GT makes a huge difference! Idle is now 38c, load 53c, and it was able to get the core up to 690Mhz and memory to 1108Mhz. With stock I was at 82c idle, ~92c load(at stock), and even with the blue wire removed it never went below 50c idle, ~75c load(650Mhz/1050Mhz). The 92mm fan is completely silent, but damn were those clips a ***** to install.. I'm not sure if i put them in the wrong spot or what.. They hold the fan nice and tight, but it seemed like the spot where they wanted to fit, just wasnt punched out enough for them to fit in right. Another problem I had was positioning the heatsinks. I put 2 of the sinks with fins above the gpu core..well, I had to move those after I RTFM..heatpipes couldnt go past it. I had to peel those off and restick 2 of the flat ones that I had on the mosfets.. Hopefully they'll stay. Oh well.. Its up and running great now!
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I am really curious how the memory bandwidth in the 4850 and the 4870 affects it performance. Is the high throughput DDR5 really necessary?

Is there any way we could get some tests from 4850 owners with stock core clocks and stock memory clocks and then high core overclock with stock memory. How high does the core overclock?

Then keep the core stock and play with the memory speeds to see how it affects performance. Also how high can the GDDR3 in the 4850 overclock?

Then can I also get some of the same data from 4870 owners?

I think this could be some really useful data for those considering the 4850 / 4870 and are not sure which one to go with.

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I am really curious how the memory bandwidth in the 4850 and the 4870 affects it performance. Is the high throughput DDR5 really necessary?

Is there any way we could get some tests from 4850 owners with stock core clocks and stock memory clocks and then high core overclock with stock memory. How high does the core overclock?

Then keep the core stock and play with the memory speeds to see how it affects performance. Also how high can the GDDR3 in the 4850 overclock?

Then can I also get some of the same data from 4870 owners?

I think this could be some really useful data for those considering the 4850 / 4870 and are not sure which one to go with.
I think I found what you're looking for. Taken from OCForums.com. Both the 4870 and 4850 are running the same clocks (625/993). 4870 scores 200 higher in Vantage.










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Quit posting that BS, the 4850 is using the hotfix driver, 4870 is not.
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here are some Crysis Crossfire HD4850 results with an e8400 @ a reasonable 3.8ghz to reflect more of the average frequencies obtained here at OCN.


*edit* Forgot to add as well that I'm on a p5q pro limited to 8x/8x in Crossfire, and NOT the hotfix drivers.

dx10: 18.98FPS




dx9: 36.69FPS


Edited by NCspecV81 - 7/2/08 at 8:50am
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How does the memory and core on the 4850 overclock?
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How does the memory and core on the 4850 overclock?
The core goes up to the max allowed in CCC, 700MHz. You'll need aftermarket cooling for it though.

The RAM I've been able to get up to 1125MHz. Half of my chips are running naked though.

Remember that this is in CCC, as Rivatuner and ATItool don't support these cards yet.

The idle temp goes up one degree when running at 700MHz over the 625MHz stock.


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