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Well I already have a VF-900, hence the asking. I won't buy an aftermarket heatsink for a video card anymore, but if the VF-900 would work, I'd do it.
Give it a go then
I think it will fir, but it may not quite be up to snuff cooling wise, you can be a trailblaizer, eh?
Anything up to 120*C is 'safe-ish' for under 10 minutes.
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Give it a go then
I think it will fir, but it may not quite be up to snuff cooling wise, you can be a trailblaizer, eh?
Anything up to 120*C is 'safe-ish' for under 10 minutes.
Yeah I'll probably give it a try for kicks and giggles... who knows, it might be better than the stock cooler. Need some ramsink tape though.
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Yeah I'll probably give it a try for kicks and giggles... who knows, it might be better than the stock cooler. Need some ramsink tape though.
I'd reccomend this stuff -
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/NEW-Thermal-ta...item5ace86b43b
Holds strong, and conducts heat very well. Just make sure you wiggle the ramsinks a bit if removing them to free them - don't yank or you may have a ram IC come off.
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Im interested in the cooler but cant find a vendor. Any suggestions?
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The L2 is adequate but the Accelero S1 Rev 2 is much better:

Here is my experience on finding a quiet Crossfire cooling solution for my Gigabyte Radeon HD 5770 (GV-R577UD-1GD) cards (post copied from the other 5770 cooling thread).

Here are the cards in question, not quite reference design if I remember correctly as the GPU is further from the DVI ports than the original 5770's:



A close up of the stock 1989 Batmobile cooler:



And here is a close up of the bare card:



I ran a quick test after finishing my latest build and saw that the inside 5770 hit 100°C and kept climbing when maxing out the Unigine Heaven benchmark.

After a minute or two of those types of temperatures making sure it wasn't some sort of mistake I took out one of the cards and ran a single card until my cooling solution showed up in the mail on Friday:

A pair of Arctic Cooling Accelero 1 Rev. 2 coolers.





Despite not listing the 5770 as being supported I had a pretty good idea that I could make them work one way or another, anything had to work better than the fugly stock Batmobile cooler.

The single card with the stock cooling idles around 40°C and hits 70°C under load, with two cards in Crossfire using stock cooling they idled at 65°C and under load as stated it shot up to the 100°C range as noted above.

I got rid of the plastic junk attached to the cooler to start:



And then lapped the surface of the inside cooler, this is not an easy cooler to lap. I then cut the coolers down by around 1cm in order to fit nicely into my unique non standard ATX setup, I took my time with a pair of shears and got some pretty good results. I sanded the cut end of the fins (not shown) to get rid of any sharp edges or potential metal splinters or fragments (not going to risk any short circuits).





I cut and sanded the VRM sinks to size and started putting both cards together.





Something important to point out: If you use the stock spacers that come with the cooler there will be a 1-2mm gap between the cooler's base and the GPU die as seen in the image below.



This will likely give you a bricked card if you try to run it like this, so I made some smaller spacers out of PVC tubing and was good to go (Stock on the left, homemade on the right).



And here they are ready to go.





As for temps I have great results . With an ambient temperature of 21°C my Crossfire load temps have gone from 100°C down to 51°C, and the idle temps have gone from 65°C to a very friendly 31°C. And I eliminated two 80mm fans worth of noise and energy usage in this mod, I am damn happy with this setup now
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As for temps I have great results . With an ambient temperature of 21°C my Crossfire load temps have gone from 100°C down to 51°C, and the idle temps have gone from 65°C to a very friendly 31°C. And I eliminated two 80mm fans worth of noise and energy usage in this mod, I am damn happy with this setup now
That's exactly the kind of result I was looking for, thanks very much sharing this! +1 rep to you, sir!

I'm using a HIS 5770 now (getting another one for Crossfire soon!) and it idles at ~38-40C and hits well over 65C at load. I tried the Arctic Accelero L2 Pro, and even though its big enough to take up 2 extra slots, it didn't lower the temperatures to make any noticeable difference, even after 3 remounts!
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Here in SoCal my s1 gives me temps of 39C-46C depending on the ambient (29C-35C) And this is with cut fins and a bent heat pipe to make it fit my sapphire reference card
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I have HR-03 Rev.A. I couldn't do any overclock without crashing ( to high tempe.) , but now i hit with 1000 1300 in Crysis only 55C.
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After seeing Photograph's post, I got an Arctic Accelero S1 rev.2, and wow! The temp drop is massive!

Stock - Idle: 38-40C Load: 64-67C
Arctic - Idle: 32-34C Load: 49 -52C

And this is with passive cooling! I heard Arctic's Turbo Module is quiet, I might just get one and see how much more I can bring the temps down.

Just a warning though, the S1 is huge! I had to rearrange my hdds to fit the card. Also, the cooler has two mounting screw sets. 5770 uses the inner set of holes, so I had to cut off the outer set which sticks out because it was hitting a diode thingy on the pcb.
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