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Poll Results: Was your previous card ATI or NVIDIA?

 
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    ATI
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    NVIDIA
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post #2861 of 5998
Edited in new post to meet thread req's.**
Edited by nerdybeat - 7/18/11 at 1:40am
post #2862 of 5998
does anyone know if it is possible to monitor the 580's vram temperature?

thanks in advance
post #2863 of 5998
One sweet arse card there Nerdybeat. Your simply going to love it. I speak from experience. I came from a loooong line of ATI now AMD cards and it's been plug and play no looking back or regrets.

Not to mention I LOVE my 3D Vision gaming and 3D movies I've been able to do now with my new monitor. Enjoy, happy gaming and welcome to the club. Subz3ro updates about once a week when he gets time so be patient.
     
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Thx all!

And how do i utilize the hdmi sound out? How do i set it up? Is it somehow recognized as a "sound card" by games and windows?

I would put it into a U2410 monitor, and take stereo sound to a HD555 from it. Does it have enough volume?
Install Nvidia's HDMI audio drivers, then when you want to use sound through HDMI, set that device as your "playback" device in Windows, assuming you're using Vista/7.
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This may sound absurd but is there any way to cool two 580s @ 900MHz and an i7 950 @ 4GHz on a single RX360 rad? :/

This case is not full of places to mount rads and I'd rather keep it to one larger rad rather than say a 360 + a 120 somewhere else.
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Updated! If you were not added, please read the requirements.

Razzal
Your update screenshot does not include your ocn username. http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/8909...l#post14224383

nerdybeat
Your ocn username must be in the picture or screenshot, read the requirements in the op and check out members proof for examples.

blackbalt89
I cannot update you, it says that the image was removed. http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/8909...l#post14171695

GrandArchitect
You screenshot must include your ocn username, read the op for more info.

I' m assuming people don't like to wait another week to be added because their original post didn't meet the requirements. So I am going to do a small update on top of the main update at the end of each weekend.

Managing this club is almost like a job, a job I like Hopefully I do a good job
post #2867 of 5998
Ok so here is the update with my other my ocn name in it and i took the time to redo the bench with my 2600k at 5ghz instead of 4.9 and upped the score a tad to 13123 from 13081

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Updated! If you were not added, please read the requirements.

Razzal
Your update screenshot does not include your ocn username. http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/8909...l#post14224383

nerdybeat
Your ocn username must be in the picture or screenshot, read the requirements in the op and check out members proof for examples.

blackbalt89
I cannot update you, it says that the image was removed. http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/8909...l#post14171695

GrandArchitect
You screenshot must include your ocn username, read the op for more info.

I' m assuming people don't like to wait another week to be added because their original post didn't meet the requirements. So I am going to do a small update on top of the main update at the end of each weekend.

Managing this club is almost like a job, a job I like Hopefully I do a good job


Sorry Sub. Tinypic has been acting weird lately. Thankfully I save all my screenshots and keep them on my data drive and not just delete once they have served their purpose.

It's weird because the score you have down for me in 3DMark11 is the score that was deleted from TinyPic. So it was there at one time.

So you're probably going to have to create a new link for the 3DMark11 score and then finally add me to the OC list @ 900MHz.

Subz3ro you da best. No homo
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post #2869 of 5998
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does anyone know if it is possible to monitor the 580's vram temperature?

thanks in advance
One way that you could monitor (granted it won't be entirely accurate) you can use a fan controller like a Lamptron FC5 V2 (or something comparable) and use the temp sensors placed directly on the Vram. You would have to add about 5-10c to make sure that it's somewhat accurate. Unless the card specifically has an internal sensor (which from my understanding very few (if any) have them), you won't be able to monitor it with software.

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I' m assuming people don't like to wait another week to be added because their original post didn't meet the requirements. So I am going to do a small update on top of the main update at the end of each weekend.

Managing this club is almost like a job, a job I like Hopefully I do a good job
We know man, and we appreciate what your doing here, even if we don't always show it. Sorry for acting like a horses ass the other day. I know that you didn't deserve it.
Edited by lawrencendlw - 7/16/11 at 11:04pm
post #2870 of 5998
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This may sound absurd but is there any way to cool two 580s @ 900MHz and an i7 950 @ 4GHz on a single RX360 rad? :/

This case is not full of places to mount rads and I'd rather keep it to one larger rad rather than say a 360 + a 120 somewhere else.
This is pretty much what I am looking to do. I have everything, except for the fittings, ready to go. From all the research I have done, some have claimed decent temperatures, whereas some argue that it is going to be high for watercooling.

If you are looking for the lowest possible temps, then you would need a more radiator surface area by adding a smaller radiator somewhere else in the loop, modding your case for a bigger radiator, mount extra radiators on the outside of your case, or switch to a high performance radiator like the Black Ice GTX 360 and throw in some high powered fans. However, this last option will be as noisy, if not, even more noisy then what you are hearing right now, depending on the specific fans being used.

If noise is the main concern (at least it is for me), then I think you would be well served with a single RX360. Most likely, you will be maintaining similar temps (more or less) to what you currently get while running on air cooling. It's hot for watercooling, but still within acceptable/tolerable range.

So it depends on what your ultimate goals are.

I'm planning on making one last stop to Microcenter some time this week, as I finally have vacation, and will put my whole loop together. If you're interested, I'll let you know how it turns out in the end.
     
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