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XXXFire, what volts are you using for your CPU and GPU's?
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Furmak for almost 1 hour, killed it out of boredom.





940/1400 @1.175v PCS+ 0%

Edited by Ken1649 - 7/23/11 at 6:29am
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Is this possible? Only 27C Vreg Temp!

http://www.swiftech.com/images/Produ...ERMAL-TEST.PNG

Has anybody used th swiftech solution?
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Best waterblock for 6990 ?



I get your point and thanks for your reply, but since i live in a sunny country where airconditioning is needed/used only 1-2 months per year, even 5 degrees difference in vreg matter to me. Thats why I would appreciate your feedback (preferably with numbers)...


Guys, it would be nice to have the numbers under load of gpus and vreg of other users as well e.g. Nexus6, ezveedub, khalam, Levesque etc... whenever able of course.

Currently, after a small research i have done it seems that swiftech block is the winner, but you are the ones to confirm this or not!

Thank you all!
To answer your question, Vreg temp 24.6°C is not possible at the ambient 22°C even say at ΔT 1°C as in the pic from the above link. There must be some other explanations to it. Not saying it is not a good block though
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XXXFire, what volts are you using for your CPU and GPU's?


I might suggest a slightly bigger PSU. HX1000 at least. AX1200 if you can.
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I might suggest a slightly bigger PSU. HX1000 at least. AX1200 if you can.
I already have an AX1200, the 850 is going to join it.
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To answer your question, Vreg temp 24.6°C is not possible at the ambient 22°C even say at ΔT 1°C as in the pic from the above link. There must be some other explanations to it. Not saying it is not a good block though
Damn, can't believe I didn't notice that. Absolutely right. Unless there's pre-effectively chilled liquid pumping through that loop.

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Best waterblock for 6990 ?



I get your point and thanks for your reply, but since i live in a sunny country where airconditioning is needed/used only 1-2 months per year, even 5 degrees difference in vreg matter to me. Thats why I would appreciate your feedback (preferably with numbers)...


Guys, it would be nice to have the numbers under load of gpus and vreg of other users as well e.g. Nexus6, ezveedub, khalam, Levesque etc... whenever able of course.

Currently, after a small research i have done it seems that swiftech block is the winner, but you are the ones to confirm this or not!

Thank you all!
Despite my having two spectacular Koolance VIDAR699 blocks in operation atm, I similarly have 3 all encompassing (GPU, VRMS, et al. are in direct correlation to the canal pathway ) full coverage Swiftech Komodo 6900-series blocks. They were all very, very good; in terms of design, I have great respect for Swiftech engineers. Were the Komodos better than my currently active twins? In condensed terms, yes, though not in substantial practical terms; nor does the "advantage" hold much water considering those intrinsic PCB distinctions working to skew dozens of design choices and thus practical comparisons. Anyway, I've not had fortune to test a Swiftech 6990 against my contemporary darling, neither even much studied it, so I'm informed well enough to say only: they both are pretty sick. From the general impression, Swiftech (as is common in water-cooling) edges by degree or several (think of so many other uncertain datapoints, though, in evaluation of the stats available - different testing conditions, thermal material application, case-air-flow, delta t of air/water, and so on). I hope to see more Swiftech test results though, as the block's been finally released & it trickles down to more enthusiasts.
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@Khalam & Others,

I'd like to share that I might have found the answer that has been bugging me and many AMD users as well since day one 3DMark 11 was released.

I will make this brief. Just few days ago due to my own neglect had resulted in coolant bursting to my system and had no other choice but to take everything apart to properly clean it. Try to orgonize all the parts in their own boxes for easier to find later on since I might be on a hiatus and back to it days, weeks and even months later. This time it's too organized for my own good, I put the CrossFire bridge in a box full of them including SLI bridges.

I get a very low score in 3Dmark 11 after I assembled all parts to one piece, while I didn't change any hardwares or drivers before and after. Running out of wit, I took several CrossFire bridge to try. First one no luck, same low score. The second one hit the jackpot, my score was back to normal. Thought this was just a coincidence because it's given low score randomly in the past, take out the good one and put the first one back then low score again. Did this for several times, first one consistently giving low score and second one normal. I thought the first one got a broken link, measured it with an Ohm meter all good. Flex the bridge several times and measured again, still couldn't find anything broken. Totally beyond me

If you are experiencing random low score, could you please give it a try and to confirm it? I'd like very much to believe that the bridge is the main reason after all these ponting fingers at the wrong directions, myself included. Or could this be just another fluke

Please kindly confirm.
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@Khalam & Others,

I'd like to share that I might have found the answer that has been bugging me and many AMD users as well since day one 3DMark 11 was released.

I will make this brief. Just few days ago due to my own neglect had resulted in coolant bursting to my system and had no other choice but to take everything apart to properly clean it. Try to orgonize all the parts in their own boxes for easier to find later on since I might be on a hiatus and back to it days, weeks and even months later. This time it's too organized for my own good, I put the CrossFire bridge in a box full of them including SLI bridges.

I get a very low score in 3Dmark 11 after I assembled all parts to one piece, while I didn't change any hardwares or drivers before and after. Running out of wit, I took several CrossFire bridge to try. First one no luck, same low score. The second one hit the jackpot, my score was back to normal. Thought this was just a coincidence because it's given low score randomly in the past, take out the good one and put the first one back then low score again. Did this for several times, first one consistently giving low score and second one normal. I thought the first one got a broken link, measured it with an Ohm meter all good. Flex the bridge several times and measured again, still couldn't find anything broken. Totally beyond me

If you are experiencing random low score, could you please give it a try and to confirm it? I'd like very much to believe that the bridge is the main reason after all these ponting fingers at the wrong directions, myself included. Or could this be just another fluke

Please kindly confirm.
I'll check on this, as sometimes, I can see FPS drop out like a single card is running. I know I have been using an older Crossfire cable from back in the 4850 days. I usually just swap the same cable over and leave the new one laying in the new card box.
     
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