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yeah. they have no way of knowing if you remove the heatsink
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Originally Posted by Cosmic_Flash View Post

I have just run kombustor on my system and at 1020/1180 3.0v I got a steady 61oc with a fan speed of 79%. I feel for you guys having problems with cooling, but I have to say ASUS have done a great job with their cooling system even if it is a little noisy past the 60% mark.
If you are thinking of getting one of these cards seriously consider ASUS, you won't be disappointed. These cards are just under par with a GTX 560Ti and with a 6870 overclocked it probably matches them. I have started playing STALKER call of pripyat complete and with everything ramped up and a directx 11 enhanced full dynamic lighting I get about 60-70 fps at stock and well over a 100 with the overclock. This card never ceases to amaze me, I have had as low as 19 fps but still had a flawless gameplay.
Any one know if a 6870 and a 6850 work well together? Or is it still up in the air on that topic?

It's possible, i used to have a 6870 Hawk. It wasn't too bad. Only thing is if you overclock both in Afterburner, they'll need to be on different profiles. And make sure you have a sidefan and watch temps. thumb.gif

The thing i hated about it was that one card was alot bigger then the other and looked completely different, it was also harder to cool 2x cards that had different heatsync/fans on them..
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Voltage doesnt even go up to 3.0V
6870 and 6850 in cross fire will only perform like 2X 6850s.

It won't, you'll get slightly better score. If you're running them at stock-reference you'll get one card running at 775MHz and with 960 shaders and the other will have 900MHz and 1120 shaders (or whatever 6870 has). I'd suggest running them both at the same clockspeed though.
I suggest getting 2x 6850 if you're going to crossfire as a 6850 uses less power and creates less heat. Along with only using one power connector!

bmgjet you're right about older generation cards - (Say a 4850 and a 4870) In that case the 4870's corepseed/memory would downclock. But since the 5xxx series it hasn't.
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Originally Posted by ihatelolcats View Post

maybe 1.3v

1.3v is the highest you should go on air. (The max Afterburner allows without unofficial overclocking) - This says something!
You could probably do 1.35 or 1.4v on water for a 24/7 overclock. Depends how long you want your card though! tongue.gif
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I have taken mine apart a couple of times. It's just 4 screws from what I remember. When I first got mine I thought I was going to change it out for a passive cooler but it was too big for the case. So I had to put the stock cooler back on with a fresh TIM and it would idle mid-30's during winter.
The 2nd time is to put my Kuhler 620 on it.
I don't remember there being a sticker or paint over the screws. And I sorta kinda remember that it doesn't void the warranty just removing the cooler and putting it back on. I think it was any sort of modification to the cooler or card and it gets voided.
But don't take my word for it on the warranty thingy... my memory isn't exactly a high end model.
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yeah. they have no way of knowing if you remove the heatsink

I know that MSI will void your warranty if they can prove that you've tampered with it, but as long as you don't tear any stickers you're fine! thumb.gif
 
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It won't, you'll get slightly better score. If you're running them at stock-reference you'll get one card running at 775MHz and with 960 shaders and the other will have 900MHz and 1120 shaders (or whatever 6870 has). I'd suggest running them both at the same clockspeed though.
I suggest getting 2x 6850 if you're going to crossfire as a 6850 uses less power and creates less heat. Along with only using one power connector!
bmgjet you're right about older generation cards - (Say a 4850 and a 4870) In that case the 4870's corepseed/memory would downclock. But since the 5xxx series it hasn't.

I know for a fact that 6850 cf with 6870 only performs like 2 6850s.
Thats what my original set up was.
But then swapped the 6870 with my mate for his new 6850 + $40 my way.
3d mark score didnt change at all.
And smoothness of games went up a lot since both cards run at 98-99% instead of one at 98-99% and the other only at 82-85%.
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I know for a fact that 6850 cf with 6870 only performs like 2 6850s.
Thats what my original set up was.
But then swapped the 6870 with my mate for his new 6850 + $40 my way.
3d mark score didnt change at all.
And smoothness of games went up a lot since both cards run at 98-99% instead of one at 98-99% and the other only at 82-85%.

I did notice it was smoother with 2 of the same, yes. I do suggest getting 2x 6850 or 2x 6870 to match. Rather than one of each it does perform slightly better in games that don't support Crossfire though! thumb.gif
 
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What Kind of 3DMARK performance scores do you guys get with your HD6870? thumb.gif
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What Kind of 3DMARK performance scores do you guys get with your HD6870? thumb.gif

3Dmark Vantage (aka 3Dmark 10) http://3dmark.com/3dmv/4030672

still haven't got time to run it on 3Dmark 11 yet
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Been using the Sapphire HD 6850 for almost a year now, performs darn well in most games for it's price. I must say though..i read some of the post that they're getting idle temps of 40C and some at 30C. Mine idle at a constant 50-52C and 44C was the lowest i have seen so far. Stock cooler, not overclocked and have a decent airflow with my NZXT Phantom 410. Load temps sometimes hit the 70C mark (not a constant though, mostly hovering at 60+C) when playing BF3. I use a can of air to blow the dust out periodically, but some areas are hard to get to..
Never taken apart the cooler before..afraid that i might messed up the whole thing.
There appear to be minor rusting on the screws on the PCB board, and some on the back the the video card. No idea how it happened..sadsmiley.gif

sounds to me like you might have bad TIM...
or possibly a loose heatsink

Mine idles at 33c and full load is around 60c but I also use a custom fan curve rolleyes.gif
and mine is also a sapphire 6870

and MAN do those heat pipes get hot under a load
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What Kind of 3DMARK performance scores do you guys get with your HD6870? thumb.gif

Here's an old 3DMark11:

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Intel 750 NVMe 400Gb, 2500Pro 180Gb Crucial MX300 750Gb LE, 2x Barracuda 3Tb Cooled by EKWB, Watercool, Alphacool, Koolance XSPC RX360 v3, 2x240 rads 
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