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post #3331 of 4103
whooops, i'm not on the list yet... put me in.... put me in....

I have a Club 3D 6990

this is the pic of the card in my rig :


post #3332 of 4103
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Since you already have 2X 6970, why not buy one 6990 and try Tri-Fire with one of your 6970 and see how it goes for you.

If you have 3 PCIe slots, you could always do Quad-Fire 6990+6970+6970, instead of buying 2X 6990. You could use the 2X6970 you already have.

6990+6970+6970 is working fine in Quad.
Because i had installed the ARCTIC COOLING Accelero XTREME Plus on both of those gigabyte 6970's and part of that process is to permantly attach some aluminum heat fins to the memory chips. By the way those things cool amazing well!
I'm actually planning on putting them on ebay this weekend.
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Good morning gentlemen (at least its morning here)
so now that i have established that i will be using the 6990 quadfire in my set up lets touch on power supplies. Besides my 1200watt i also have a 1000 that i could use exclusivly for the cards, pumps, fans, and lights. I also plan on overclocking that FX8170 pretty heavy and also bring the 6990's up to 1GHZ (if possible). so with that being said should i incorporate that 1000watt into my build?
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Good morning gentlemen (at least its morning here)
so now that i have established that i will be using the 6990 quadfire in my set up lets touch on power supplies. Besides my 1200watt i also have a 1000 that i could use exclusivly for the cards, pumps, fans, and lights. I also plan on overclocking that FX8170 pretty heavy and also bring the 6990's up to 1GHZ (if possible). so with that being said should i incorporate that 1000watt into my build?
Good Morning!

The best way is the discussion about it here:

http://www.overclock.net/14955915-post3210.html
http://www.overclock.net/amd-ati/968...-club-321.html

If that is too much, this is the lazy way lol

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/87...ter_Cable.html

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Good Morning!

The best way is the discussion about it here:

http://www.overclock.net/14955915-post3210.html
http://www.overclock.net/amd-ati/968...-club-321.html

If that is too much, this is the lazy way lol

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/87...ter_Cable.html

yea i already purchased the lazy way like a month ago for this build. Is that way alright to use? Also, so are you saying i may need two PSU's?
Edited by JRHudson - 10/7/11 at 12:40am
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yea i already purchased the lazy way like a month ago for this build. Is that way alright to use? Also so are you thing i may need two PSU's?
More is never going to hurt. I am very sensitive with any components inside the case warm to the touch, due to past experience to cheap out on PSU that took out mainboard some HDDs along.

I still prefer the relay switch for heavy load high OC benchmarking runs. Same thing when replacing my four wheeling standard 75w light bulb with a 200w, use the relay to take the load away from the switch. Not exactly same, but in some ways it applies to run 2 PSUs in tandem.
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post #3337 of 4103
Hi there,

i want to joint the owners club got a sapphice 6990

for your additional information: ive recentry bought the accelero twin turbo 6990
I got it today and assembled it.
Ive posted it in a german board - but you should be fine with the pictures.

I can recommend this cooler to everyone who dont want to put the 6990 under water. It is as silent as my old 5970 accelero - i think even more silent...

http://extreme.pcgameshardware.de/gr...ml#post3505826

Greets from Germany!
post #3338 of 4103
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Originally Posted by daCuJo;15216368 
Hi there,

i want to joint the owners club smile.gif got a sapphice 6990

for your additional information: ive recentry bought the accelero twin turbo 6990
I got it today and assembled it.
Ive posted it in a german board - but you should be fine with the pictures.

I can recommend this cooler to everyone who dont want to put the 6990 under water. It is as silent as my old 5970 accelero - i think even more silent...

http://extreme.pcgameshardware.de/grafikkarten/177638-arctic-accelero-twin-turbo-6990-a-2.html#post3505826

Greets from Germany!

Dying to see benchmarks, max overclocks, thermal data from various benchmarks/games biggrin.gif Welcome, by the way.
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You guys should come and support the red team:

http://www.overclock.net/benchmarkin...ia-vs-ati.html
    
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You guys should come and support the red team:

http://www.overclock.net/benchmarkin...ia-vs-ati.html


We here are too old, spending too much money to buy AMD and nVidia products and don't find it appealing to do free promotions too being a fanboy.

We don't do free stuffs anymore
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