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http://www.overclock.net/t/1323787/torn-thermal-pads-on-hd6950#post_18528922

Lol can anyone help this guy out?

I don't know really much about thermal pads, Never really had to buy any tongue.gif
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I've tried everything to get it down there, and it never stabalizes. To be truthfull, I suck at OC'ing CPU's. I also only started a year and a half ago.
945 core for the 580's at 1.15 volts. tongue.gif

Seems a tad high. I get my new mb and gpu tomorrow so I can try to get 4.9 using 1.325v. I might go x79 if the new mb doesn't work out so I'll hit you up if you want this decent oc'er. I'm not too hardcore on my cpu and i just go with the basic stuff. Nice clocks on the 580s. My old set hit ~955 but I only ran these clocks for benchmarks. My new gpu setup will run stock so I'm trying to get as much gpu power for Surround.
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I have a 'dedicated' area in the basement but still somehow everything makes its way upstairs to my desk tongue.gif
A wannabe dutch setup. biggrin.gif I'm not sure what I had would qualify under dutch guidelines but yes that is what I had. Pressurized CO2 and EI fertilization and test kits and everything tongue.gif What kind of fish do you have that eat the plants? I am a fan of large schools of small peaceful fish and algae eating shrimp. biggrin.gif

I have an assortment of goldfish. What started out as a single one for my little girl ended up growing to ~20 assorted ones. That growth entailed a growth in tank too biggrin.gif. A few have died (Black Moores and Shubunkos) but the rest have grown a lot so the 75 gallon is now essential. might do a reef system down the road.
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If the wife start's going ape about the CC statement Just say "hun it could be worse. it could say asian delight massage on it" then run for the hills.
P.S I am divorced so if you take my advice and get beat up by a woman i am not to blam. But enjoy it

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I am Picture 016.jpg
They look great in person....much better than the crop circle design imo.

Thanks bud thumb.gif. Some members had some questions about the DD 6970 V2 block and which cards were compatible. Which gpu did you run on those? DD had a clearance sale and some ppl hopeully scored some for ~$25 each.
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I'm already a member but I thought I'd post a pic from my new build

Sweet! thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by kyismaster View Post

http://www.overclock.net/t/1323787/torn-thermal-pads-on-hd6950#post_18528922
Lol can anyone help this guy out?
I don't know really much about thermal pads, Never really had to buy any tongue.gif

I chimed in too see if I could help somehow.
Edited by wermad - 11/4/12 at 7:48pm
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Originally Posted by wermad View Post

Seems a tad high. I get my new mb and gpu tomorrow so I can try to get 4.9 using 1.325v. I might go x79 if the new mb doesn't work out so I'll hit you up if you want this decent oc'er. I'm not too hardcore on my cpu and i just go with the basic stuff. Nice clocks on the 580s. My old set hit ~955 but I only ran these clocks for benchmarks. My new gpu setup will run stock so I'm trying to get as much gpu power for Surround.
I have an assortment of goldfish. What started out as a single one for my little girl ended up growing to ~20. That growth entailed a growth in tank too biggrin.gif
lol,
Thanks bud thumb.gif. So members had some questions about the DD 6970 V2 block and which cards were compatible. DD had a clearance sale and some ppl hopeully scored some for ~$25 each.
Sweet! thumb.gif
I chimed in too see if I could help somehow.

cool thanks.

I had some thermal pads back when, but I never got to use them lol
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Has anyone ever tried this with there rads? I'm just playing around with build ideas and am wondering if there would be any cons to doing it. Flow would enter from the loop into bottom right rad and to the res from top left rad. Rads would be parrellel connected basically. I put some fittings and tubing just for a visual but could use some sort of sli fittings if it worked out..


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Has anyone ever tried this with there rads? I'm just playing around with build ideas and am wondering if there would be any cons to doing it. Flow would enter from the loop into bottom right rad and to the res from top left rad. Rads would be parrellel connected basically. I put some fittings and tubing just for a visual but could use some sort of sli fittings if it worked out..


i don't know but it looks so cool.

it would go so good with a ying-yang themed case.
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Has anyone ever tried this with there rads? I'm just playing around with build ideas and am wondering if there would be any cons to doing it. Flow would enter from the loop into bottom right rad and to the res from top left rad. Rads would be parrellel connected basically. I put some fittings and tubing just for a visual but could use some sort of sli fittings if it worked out..
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sweet!!! how many Monsta do you have? We need a Monsta Owners Club thumb.gif
post #31137 of 105880
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Originally Posted by Nyghtryder_9 View Post

Has anyone ever tried this with there rads? I'm just playing around with build ideas and am wondering if there would be any cons to doing it. Flow would enter from the loop into bottom right rad and to the res from top left rad. Rads would be parrellel connected basically. I put some fittings and tubing just for a visual but could use some sort of sli fittings if it worked out..
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Sorry to still your idea but this would work well for my interim case change, But I would be running two different rads. thinking.gif
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sweet!!! how many Monsta do you have? We need a Monsta Owners Club thumb.gif

2- 240 and 480
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Sorry to still your idea but this would work well for my interim case change, But I would be running two different rads. thinking.gif

Ya with the amount of room I got to work with, I thought it would be nice if it still had the same performance as a normal setup. If not I will have to have 4 90's on the end there and it may be difficult.
Edited by Nyghtryder_9 - 11/4/12 at 8:01pm
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I'm already a member but I thought I'd post a pic from my new build Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Just one? worriedsmiley.gif
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Originally Posted by Nyghtryder_9 View Post

2- 240 and 480
Ya with the amount of room I got to work with, I thought it would be nice if it still had the same performance as a normal setup. If not I will have to have 4 90's on the end there and it may be difficult.

Awesome! I have two 360s and one 240. If I could find a spot for my ssd(s) I could have done a 480, 360, and 240. I might find a way biggrin.gif
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