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Originally Posted by hitman1985 View Post
the other spots are impossible to actively cool with a air cooler of this version...
You missed a vrm. I can even see the thermal pad from the stock cooler in your picture. I would throw an enzotech mos c1 on that.


There is a vrm under that thermal pad.

Edited by BababooeyHTJ - 2/2/11 at 12:06pm
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You missed a vrm. I can even see the thermal pad from the stock cooler in your picture. I would throw an enzotech mos c1 on that.


There is a vrm under that thermal pad.

yup, thats covered by now, it was running fine, but did that after someone here pointed that out

sry i didnt update this post with it, ill strip it on the weekend to show a new image
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yup, thats covered by now, it was running fine, but did that after someone here pointed that out

sry i didnt update this post with it, ill strip it on the weekend to show a new image
In that PDF, there were other spots labeled "2" and the two "1"s above that...do those not need a pad?

The kit seems to have a bunch of extra pads but the instructions didn't list them as needing pads.

thanks!
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In that PDF, there were other spots labeled "2" and the two "1"s above that...do those not need a pad?

The kit seems to have a bunch of extra pads but the instructions didn't list them as needing pads.

thanks!
I did not follow those labels (2 and the two 1's), and I don't see any problems when I'm playing games as well.

As for my review on the Xtreme Plus with the 6970: Very impressed!
At idle (250Mhz GPU, 150Mhz mem) 28-29 degrees celsius, load goes to 45 degrees celsius (playing 1 hour of Black Ops Multiplayer).

Of course, I'm running the fan speeds to 100% since it's REALLY quiet.

I'm planning to get another cooler for my 2ndary 6970 (still empowering the wind tunnel at 50%) and will OC down the road.
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Wouldn't mind knowing what the temp readout is on you guy's mem and pcb.. even though you're not OC'ing yet it would be nice to note them together with your gpu temps.
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Wouldn't mind knowing what the temp readout is on you guy's mem and pcb.. even though you're not OC'ing yet it would be nice to note them together with your gpu temps.
I don't know of any programs that will read either. I'm starting to think that there are no sensors for the pcb, memory or vrms on Cayman.
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I don't know of any programs that will read either. I'm starting to think that there are no sensors for the pcb, memory or vrms on Cayman.
That'd most defonately suck.. those are the first things I look at while OC'ing a card, the temps! Hopefully someone will come by shortly and let us know for sure.
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Well, the card has been on the market for three months now and the latest versions of GPUz, HWinfo, AIDA64(everest), and afterburner don't show any readings besides the ones that are on the gpu core so I think that it's safe to say that there are no other sensors.
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Well, the card has been on the market for three months now and the latest versions of GPUz, HWinfo, AIDA64(everest), and afterburner don't show any readings besides the ones that are on the gpu core so I think that it's safe to say that there are no other sensors.
Well, back to oldschool overclocking then huh? If you can fry an egg on it, it's running too hot
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I don't know of any programs that will read either. I'm starting to think that there are no sensors for the pcb, memory or vrms on Cayman.
Use gpuz, click on sensors.
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