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Let's just say discussion of a certain activity was prohibited about 2 months ago, and the 6990 is quite exceptional in regards to this activity
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Let's just say discussion of a certain activity was prohibited about 2 months ago, and the 6990 is quite exceptional in regards to this activity
I guess I messed something, Because I have no idea what your talking about The guy ask you what programs he can use the stress test his video cards
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Fellas i have 2 of these koolance blocks under load never goes over 60 degrees 900/1375 1.2v you must of got duds. i must say before i added the second card i could get 1000/1375 1.25v easy and game for ages, i dont know what has happened because i can not get any where near those clocks since, when i try i get freezes or BSOD. Ive used EK wb on my 5970s never had a problem should of stuck with what i know works maybe
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I think you need to go up to a 1200w PSU with 2 6990's, I wouldn't run a 1000w with 2 6990's. A 1000w is fine for a 6990 + 6970 Tri-Fire, But thats where I would stop
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Yea I think your right at the limit of what your 1000w can do


I don't go by a psu calculator's, I go by what I have seen. 2 overclocked 6990's pull ALOT of power
HiLuckyB is right in the first place. For 2 6990 on AUSUM BIOS TDP 405w or 450w (don't remember) and that is not to add in you OC on those cards.

1,000w PSU is not pure +12v, its total of other voltages to run the PC. Never stress your PSU over 80% of its capacity. Go for 1,200w minimum.
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i guess i messed something, because i have no idea what your talking about The guy ask you what programs he can use the stress test his video cards
+1 lol
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so i guess no solution ? for Vregs other than buying another waterblock RMA will not fix this problem scince its a design problem with there block ! i just ran mining and my gpu 1 is 60s max gpu2 90+ on load on the Vregs @ 940/1400 1.175 im disappointed to find this out just today after my my inlaw pointed it out ! I will send them a email but i dont think i will get far . surprisingly idle is 31.c on gpu vreg and 36 on gpu 2 which is fine seems to be a load problem
There is no design flaw in the block. I've had phenomenal luck with both Koolance VID-AR699s, running my various processors in a room with ambient between 85-90° Fahrenheit . Hottest room in the house, dead roasting heat of Summer in Southern California. Right now, my GPUs idling between 35-38° with VREGs @ 38°. I'm going to run a series of benchmarks and record / take screenshot of peak VReg temperatures in typical loads (loads that at least drive usage to 90-99% usage across all cores). My clocks are 995 MHz core, 1520 MHz RAM.

I'm not sure what the fluff is going on with these anomalous Koolance results, but having at one point suffered from outlandishly high voltage regulator temperatures on one of my blocks, I'm inclined to think it's a treatable ailment.
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There is no design flaw in the block. I've had phenomenal luck with both Koolance VID-AR699s, running my various processors in a room with ambient between 85-90° Fahrenheit . Hottest room in the house, dead roasting heat of Summer in Southern California. Right now, my GPUs idling between 35-38° with VREGs @ 38°. I'm going to run a series of benchmarks and record / take screenshot of peak VReg temperatures in typical loads (loads that at least drive usage to 90-99% usage across all cores). My clocks are 995 MHz core, 1520 MHz RAM.

I'm not sure what the fluff is going on with these anomalous Koolance results, but having at one point suffered from outlandishly high voltage regulator temperatures on one of my blocks, I'm inclined to think it's a treatable ailment.

im not sure if you bit mine but benchmarks/gaming wont raise the vregs to the temps were talking about please run bitminer on both cores to fully test vregs then report back your results .
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im not sure if you bit mine but benchmarks/gaming wont raise the vregs to the temps were talking about please run bitminer on both cores to fully test vregs then report back your results .
Keep that discussion off the forum. Its prohibited here.
     
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im not sure if you*activity x* but benchmarks/gaming wont raise the vregs to the temps were talking about please run *activity x* on both cores to fully test vregs then report back your results .
Just ran MSI Kombustor for 20 minutes, VReg temps in the 50's. Activity X puts my temps in the mid 70's, so I agree with this statement. This is with the XSPC block. With the hotlance vid-ar699 block it got to 90+ and shut down.
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Hey 6990 owners. I'm wondering if you could help out with a little project. I'm trying to settle once and for all how much power HD6900 series cards need, so I can give more accurate power supply recommendations. It would be great to get some more data on 6990s, so if any of you have a Kill-a-Watt meter, or don't mind picking one up, your data could help a whole lot:
http://www.overclock.net/amd-ati/106...6900-data.html
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Just ran MSI Kombustor for 20 minutes, VReg temps in the 50's. Activity X puts my temps in the mid 70's, so I agree with this statement. This is with the XSPC block. With the hotlance vid-ar699 block it got to 90+ and shut down.
Can't imagine what it would be like under stock air cooler
     
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