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I was just saying, if you intend on running a physx card, keep in mind that when tweaking the voltage on 1 slot, you're also, technically doing it lane-wide.
There are SOME exceptions but, not many.


I actually didnt know that. Thank you thumbsupsmiley.png

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Hmmm interesting.

I got into Asus Suite to look at my fans for my case and i selected TURBO for Chasis Fan profile (before it was standard), I used to get 82 degrees in Crysis 2 now i get around 77. I wonder if it did have a real effect or my that level wasnt intensive enough.

Also i have 3 fans in my chasis but there is 1 profile, i am guessing that, that 1 profile is controling all of them?

Wow I cant wait to get my hands in my new fan.

Also right now i am seriously thinking of upgrading my 200mm fan on the top with 2 120mm fans.
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Hmmm interesting.
I got into Asus Suite to look at my fans for my case and i selected TURBO for Chasis Fan profile (before it was standard), I used to get 82 degrees in Crysis 2 now i get around 77. I wonder if it did have a real effect or my that level wasnt intensive enough.
Also i have 3 fans in my chasis but there is 1 profile, i am guessing that, that 1 profile is controling all of them?
Wow I cant wait to get my hands in my new fan.
Also right now i am seriously thinking of upgrading my 200mm fan on the top with 2 120mm fans.

Just make sure you have the proper CFM or, you're wasting your time.

Like I said before, it's all about pressure ~ Very simple stuff.
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Just make sure you have the proper CFM or, you're wasting your time.
Like I said before, it's all about pressure ~ Very simple stuff.

Unfortunately all i can find about my top fan is that it is 700 RPM

I can not find the CFM valur for it

For example the new fan that i will be mounting on the bottom is 110cfm
That is a 140mm one.

There is also a 120mm version of the same fan I am guessing the cfm for it is around 110 too

but for the love of God i cant find out the cfm of my top fan.

EDIT : Just found out that the 200mm fan on the top is 110 cfm.

Also found out that 120mm Akasa Viper is like 86 cfm. Will grab 2 of those puppies. thumb.gif
Edited by iARDAs - 3/19/12 at 4:38pm
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So, I'm actually leaving Alienware and as of this evening, sold most of my related stuff.
Unfortunately, that means my 590 driver write-up will not happen...To that, I'm sorry guys.
I'm going to start my own business, actually and already have a vendor backing + some of the interns are coming with when their contracts expire so, not much will really change.
I wish everyone in here the best of luck ~ You can still PM me, ask questions etc -- I can ironically, do significantly more elsewhere, than I ever could with AW and I'm actually very glad it ended, positively.
I will still be doing my SWTOR build -- I kind of saw this coming.
Again, any questions, feel free but, good luck, most of all -- Good luck smile.gif

Awesome news for you Masked! Congratulations!

Hopefully you departure was as congenial as possible.

Definitely put me down as a potential customer, I trust you'll stick around on OCN so you'll be reachable when it's time to buy!

As for the drivers, while I don't have any experience, I am totally down with throwing a donation at Rush or whomever can work on them for their effort and, especially, time it takes to make them work. I'd spend good money to get a set of drivers that could really tap into this card and let her stretch her legs.
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I know I can shut down unused PCIe slots on this mobo, but never bothered.

Should I? Or just leave those switches alone?

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one more thing, I kinda just realized that GPU 2 temp will never go over 55C while GPU 1 is around 73C. Is that because of the air bubble or something else? Btw the water flow is in the order of Res., pump to 420mm rad then goes in to GPU 2 and out the GPU1 then to the 140mm rad to cool the hot coolant off and back to res.
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one more thing, I kinda just realized that GPU 2 temp will never go over 55C while GPU 1 is around 73C. Is that because of the air bubble or something else? Btw the water flow is in the order of Res., pump to 420mm rad then goes in to GPU 2 and out the GPU1 then to the 140mm rad to cool the hot coolant off and back to res.

Hmmm, both GPUs are at the same % (percentage) of use when that happens? (You can check that with MSI AB)
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both GPU woking at 94-99%
Edited by ekindbest - 3/20/12 at 3:16am
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both GPU woking at 90-94%

Well so let me give you my humble opinion. I think that the problem is either on the waterblock (1 GPU is getting colder than the other for a wrong installation of the kit, or any other unknown reason) OR maybe, the temperature sensor is failing.

Either ways, what I recommend you to do before attempting re assembling the waterblock onto the card is:

1. Try a different driver of Nvidia. Preferably the 185.
2. Try a different version of MSI AfterBurner.
3. If you have your CPU OCed, turn it back to it's stock values (believe me, I know why I'm telling you this).
4. Change the card from PCI-e.

If what stated above failed, then check the installation of the waterblock and carefully check if both GPU's are receiving the same ammount of cold. If you consider that's OK, then (for me) it's a problem of the temperature sensor.
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