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I read a review of gpu coolers somewhere i might try and find the link, but apparently the v2 doesn't preform very well as a passive cooler. So you'd have to add a fan and i donut know how much space that would take up.

I'll probably go for the HR-03 cooler for my forthcoming crossfire setup

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Does a scythe setsugen fit on a 5770?
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post #43 of 204
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Originally Posted by mikeml View Post
Does a scythe setsugen fit on a 5770?
Apparently not according to Scythe. They went to the effort of saying it wouldn't fit. If you already have it you may be able to mod it to fit
http://www.scythe-eu.com/en/products.../setsugen.html
post #44 of 204
V2 Passive and active cooling finds: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...rs,1674-6.html

Notice that these are older cards,so will probably get alot hotter than a 5770 ;-)

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Awh , thanks for making this thread. I was looking exactly for this kind of information. I haven't logged in to this site for so long. The stats to my first gaming rig were registered on here. haha.

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Hi - I've just purchased a Sapphire HD 5770 (new egg-shaped fan), and am wondering about fitting my ThermalRight HR-03 (rev. A) cooler (and probably a speed-controlled Zalman 92mm fan).

Currently overclocking to 960core, 1400memory (@1.187v) using MSI afterburner. With a custom fan-speed profile, am maxing out at about 70degrees, which seems ok.

Not sure whether I should bother with the HR-03? Do you think it would be a lot cooler/allow much more overclocking/save my card?

Also, I wouldn't be able to use the software controlled variable fan speed driven by CPU temp, which is a nice feature as it's really quiet when idle and only gets a bit noisy when i'm doing loud stuff anyhow
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Hey, I took the plunge and decided to try it for myself

So, the fan came off far easier than I'd expected (hardest part was disconnecting the fan power - this was a bit on the tight side!)

Then, installing my ThermalRight was pretty straight-forward - mine is a MATX board and case, so I needed to flip the cooler so the fins where on the other side of the card. Also, needed to change the configuration of ram sinks a bit as the 1gb 5770 has slightly different layout than the printed instructions. Also, took me a while to figure out how to clip the Zalman fan on (you get two fan clips, but no diagram on how to use them!)
I didn't bother with the ThermalRight paste as it seems a bit liquidy and I've already got some Antec Silver 5, which is brilliant!

With all the ram sinks in place, it's a tight fit on the other side of the card - the fins actually touch the highest ram sink but that seems to be ok... probably still better to have it on than not!

I'm using the Zalman fan controller turned right down to minimum (probably could even get away with passive cooling, but it adds very litte extra noise, so I'll probably stick with it)

Anyhow, the temp's now down to about 52 degrees (from about 70), so it's definately making a difference!!!

Overclocking the ram futher still leads to black-outs. Guess I won't be able to go much higher here. Still, if I flash the unlocked bios, will probably be able to go above 960 on the core clock...

Overall - pleased with the cooler, not missing heat-based fan control, but the stock cooler is certainly not at all bad either
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post #48 of 204
One final comment (if it's of any use to anyone!) - so I flashed the bios... firstly with the "unlocked asus bios" that i've seen floating around - this didn't work for me - became very unreliable... but then I flashed it with the official asus bios from the vga bios database at techpowerup... now it works fine.

Been able to click it up to 1040 easily.... but get artifacts in furmark, so down to 1010 seems to be ok.

Also, seem to get diminishing return for extra clock cycles but quite a bit more heat (as I also needed to up the voltage as well), so I guess there's a sweet spot somewhere there

One final final thing that had me stumped for ages - when you flash the bios and restart (windows 7), the ati driver detects a "new card", and appears to work, but I found I needed to make sure that overdrive was enabled in CCC otherwise afterburner's clocks where getting reset by CCC (was able to confirm this by turning on the OSD to view clock and running 3dmark 06 - about half way through the first test, the clock reset to stock!)
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post #49 of 204
Anyone try an Accelero L2 Pro on a 5770 yet? Would like to know how it performs OC'ed. Thanks guys.
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Accelero S1 R2. used it on my 4870, 4890 and currently my 5870. Why the Accelero? First off the fin spacing is VERY wide so that airflow to your memory, and other parts are cooled very efficiently. I have mine clocked at over 1040 with 1.35 volts and don't go over 60c with 1 1200RPM fan and 1 800RPM fan. It is also very affordable and effective to cool all your parts.
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