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ATI don't make the blocks wink.gif

Neither did EVGA...Oh wait, I can read the side of the block...Sorry frown.gif
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Neither did EVGA...Oh wait, I can read the side of the block...Sorry
If I had a 6990 though at launch I would of had it under water same day
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If I had a 6990 though at launch I would of had it under water same day
Urine doesn't count.
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Wanna know something funny?

My Evga Classified FTW 590 is on liquid...The day of release.

It took 1month+ for the 6990 to be on water? ~ I'm impressed.
I dare you to bump it up to only 1.1V. Can you get it above 700Mhz 24/7? If you don't feel safe doing that, we'll be quite understanding of your decision not to.
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I dare you to bump it up to only 1.1V. Can you get it above 700Mhz 24/7? If you don't feel safe doing that, we'll be quite understanding of your decision not to.
Why would you do that when Nvidia has said it's not safe?

Also the GTX 590 might not need any voltage added to get to 700Mhz. Just set the fan manually. In his case he doesn't have to even do that because his card will be on water. If his card can't do 700Mhz on water then I have to say Nvidia really messed this card up
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Why would you do that when Nvidia has said it's not safe?

Also the GTX 590 might not need any voltage added to get to 700Mhz. Just set the fan manually. In his case he doesn't have to even do that because his card will be on water. If his card can't do 700Mhz on water then I have to say Nvidia really messed this card up
i'm calling 850-900mhz max on water. giving this card a little more than it deserves but apparently someone so far has done 800+mhz on air(with fan speed raised) at 1.0 volts

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The main thing you need to know is that around 1.000v which seems to be safe "unofficially", you shouldn't have a problem achieving in excess of 800MHz without causing any damage to your card.

Edited by soilentblue - 3/25/11 at 12:31pm
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Your second link is about fan noise... again, who's gonna spend that kind of money on a card and....

A. Care about fans noise when they are gaming all the time (since that's what we buy high end cards for, right?)

or B. not water cool the card.

or C. hear the thing over their 8+ 120 mm fans blowing air through their radiators.

If AMD wins the benchmarks, that's all that matters. We are talking about King of The Hill in Performance not cool n quiet for a HTPC.
If you don't care that its the loudest fan in the history of graphics, that's fine and you're entitled. It's more about giving people the sources to make their own decisions, rather than making that decision for them. Fan noise is part of the equation for most people, if they want to omit that source like yourself they're more than welcome
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i'm calling 850-900mhz max on water. giving this card a little more than it deserves but apparently someone so far has done 800+mhz on air(with fan speed raised) at 1.0 volts
One thing is to get it over 800mhz, second is to run benches. OCP kicks in without warning, you will have to know what to expect to compare or run with some kill-a-watt or something.
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I dare you to bump it up to only 1.1V. Can you get it above 700Mhz 24/7? If you don't feel safe doing that, we'll be quite understanding of your decision not to.
1.03v at this very second @800ish mhz ~ Will have pics and MY benches up monday

Reccomended MAX safe is 1.05...I'm not going above that...Like this investment too much.
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1.03v at this very second @800ish mhz ~ Will have pics and MY benches up monday

Reccomended MAX safe is 1.05...I'm not going above that...Like this investment too much.
masked how are benches? is 800mhz running at 580 sli or close levels? also did you up the fan speed(if so to what)?

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One thing is to get it over 800mhz, second is to run benches. OCP kicks in without warning, you will have to know what to expect to compare or run with some kill-a-watt or something.
yeah it seems 1.0v will get it around 800mhz. i don't think i'll even be giving it volts until I receive a waterblock for it. i never dealt with OCP so it will be a first. haven't been back on the green side in years. will definitely be new
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