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post #1201 of 5083
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It's pretty much the same, I just keep it off because I know I'm going to be seating and reseating...

And I guess it's even.

I have a total of 6 case fans and 2 rad fans for my H50, I'm guessing I have enough airflow.
Have you done the razor blade test to check for uneven core or heatsink surface? Sounds like the heatsink is making good contact along the edges of the core not the middle, like NCspec.
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kidwolf909: w00t!

I keep getting more and more excited about my card arriving tomorrow with each and every card that unlocks!
Unfortunately, at 750/1500/1848, BF:BC2 crashed with graphical glitches after 10 minutes. No indication as to why... the fan was pretty quiet, so I know the GPU wasn't getting all that hot.

May have to bump the voltage to keep those clocks stable. Oh well. Tested at stock clocks (700/1400/1848) and BC2 ran flawlessy on all High, 1920x1080, 4xMSAA, HBAO On. I'm perfectly fine with that until I can get my ambients down and OC. I'll work at it again tomorrow
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Unfortunately, at 750/1500/1848, BF:BC2 crashed with graphical glitches after 10 minutes. No indication as to why... the fan was pretty quiet, so I know the GPU wasn't getting all that hot.

May have to bump the voltage to keep those clocks stable. Oh well. Tested at stock clocks (700/1400/1848) and BC2 ran flawlessy on all High, 1920x1080, 4xMSAA, HBAO On. I'm perfectly fine with that until I can get my ambients down and OC. I'll work at it again tomorrow
Ya, it definitely sounds like it needs more voltage. But hey - it's a GTX 470 now!
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Most likely X23. It's what I'll be using on mine. I have a gram and a half hanging around just for purposes such as this.
My mind is going crazy... It's a fact that evenly spreading thermalpaste and then applying the hsf will create air bubbles.. And that full coverage is not neccesary..

however, I see so many application tutorials and threads where people recommend using credit cards or something to flatten it out..

Even for cpu tim application, is rice grain still not the best method? I don't know what to do anymore... I'm going to put some x23 on mine when it comes in, but in which manner guys?
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Even for cpu tim application, is rice grain still not the best method? I don't know what to do anymore... I'm going to put some x23 on mine when it comes in, but in which manner guys?
Relaaaaaaxxxxxxxx.....


I'm going to use the rice grain just like I did on my 5770. I actually plan to "waste" a little. I'm going to put it on, screw the HSF back on, fire it up for a bit, and then dismount and verify the coverage. I'm guaranteed to have to re-do it, but this will let me know how even the coverage was and if it I have an odd-spot like the bios-master did.
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Ya, it definitely sounds like it needs more voltage. But hey - it's a GTX 470 now!
Yea I'm sure it does

But for sure! 96 more shaders, 8 more ROP's, and 256MB of RAM for nothing?! I'll take it! Runs stock clocks like a champ! I just need some time to fiddle lol
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TIM application instructions:

Place blob about the size of a pea in center, and then install the heatsink.


In other words: don't over-complicate it like everyone else does.
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Anybody with a link to a version of OC Scanner higher than 1.0?
    
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Anybody with a link to a version of OC Scanner higher than 1.0?
Version 1.3.1 from EVGA: http://www.evga.com/articles/00530/

And a link to it here on OCN. It's been uploaded to mediafire to bypass EVGA's registration requirements:

http://www.mediafire.com/?rl172z2170fdr7v

Link taken from the following thread:

http://www.overclock.net/software-ne...ner-1-3-a.html
Edited by Metonymy - 8/9/10 at 8:38pm
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Anybody with a link to a version of OC Scanner higher than 1.0?
Yep!

http://www.overclock.net/software-ne...ner-1-3-a.html


If you want to know how I found it, then I can tell you. But I didn't do a search here on Overclock.net.
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