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post #1261 of 1335 (permalink) Old 09-10-2019, 10:46 AM
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if you go with a reference card look on some alternative cooling then, I dont like the temperature under load, also Vega has to get cool enough to perform properly otherwise you will end with a card slower than benchmarks...but if this is for raw compute application yeah doesnt matter much it is fine but still temperature have to be under control, I have had a Vega 56 ref cooler and it overheated (not sure if this is a problem specific to this model) and ended performing like my R9 FURY due to the temperature.. so hotspot has to be below 100c and the core temp below 75c to perform fine
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Yeah, reference cooler. Was thinking UV+OC. There's pretty much no non reference cards for Sub $250, pretty much gets into the territory of the RX 5700. V56 Reference can be had for as cheap as $200.
Where are you seeing those prices? I'm looking for a used Vega can't find anything on Amazon(I have giftcard)

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Where are you seeing those prices? I'm looking for a used Vega can't find anything on Amazon(I have giftcard)
Vega 56 was down to $270 for almost 6 months, but it shot up recently on Newegg, Amazon new, likely because of bit coin prices rising. They are great miners. However you can get a used card for about $220 used on Ebay. Never seen a new one at $200.
https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_fro...rt=nc&LH_BIN=1


You can get a new 5700 non XT for $330
https://www.amazon.com/Sapphire-Rade...gateway&sr=8-5

Amazon used prices usually suck compared to Ebay. Maybe you can exchange it for an ebay card or sell it for cash idk. Or wait for low end, prices might also go down again.


https://www.google.com/search?client...bitcoin+prices




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has anyone found any successful aftermarket cooling for the 5700xt that is not a waterblock? was gonna get a g12 or a frostflow or even a accelero extreme iv but after watching a couple youtube vids it seems none of those are even working right because hotspot is skyrocketing?
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has anyone found any successful aftermarket cooling for the 5700xt that is not a waterblock? was gonna get a g12 or a frostflow or even a accelero extreme iv but after watching a couple youtube vids it seems none of those are even working right because hotspot is skyrocketing?
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Where are you seeing those prices? I'm looking for a used Vega can't find anything on Amazon(I have giftcard)
2nd hand on ebay or maybe on craiglist or...
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has anyone found any successful aftermarket cooling for the 5700xt that is not a waterblock? was gonna get a g12 or a frostflow or even a accelero extreme iv but after watching a couple youtube vids it seems none of those are even working right because hotspot is skyrocketing?
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has anyone found any successful aftermarket cooling for the 5700xt that is not a waterblock? was gonna get a g12 or a frostflow or even a accelero extreme iv but after watching a couple youtube vids it seems none of those are even working right because hotspot is skyrocketing?
You need to know where the memory is at, so your fan(s) on say the g12 are hitting the hot points. The normal fan bracket is way off. I have the non XT. But it's the same layout. For the most part you need to aim at the black squares around the core. (some grey in this pic). I put some old cpu fans in the 2nd pic up on it and it did pretty good without any heat sinks. You can zip tie whatever fan(s) you use with a aio to hang around the hot spots. If you want to slap your Blower fan back on with a cardboard shroud, combined with a AIO.... You can get some amazing temps even without heat sinks.



I'm moving a lot of stuff around so it's all sloppy atm. Don't use tape on any hotspots if you do make a cardboard shroud, you can zip tie it.


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You need to know where the memory is at, so your fan(s) on say the g12 are hitting the hot points. The normal fan bracket is way off. I have the non XT. But it's the same layout. For the most part you need to aim at the black squares around the core. (some grey in this pic). I put some old cpu fans in the 2nd pic up on it and it did pretty good without any heat sinks. You can zip tie whatever fan(s) you use with a aio to hang around the hot spots. If you want to slap your Blower fan back on with a cardboard shroud, combined with a AIO.... You can get some amazing temps even without heat sinks.



I'm moving a lot of stuff around so it's all sloppy atm. Don't use tape on any hotspots if you do make a cardboard shroud, you can zip tie it.

lol this is amazing on so many levels..never thought of a cardboard shroud lmao, got me thinking about cutting some thin plexiglass/plastic sheet and making my own!!!!

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this is something i considered, if it works out well like he said in the video this may be the best option, my only worry is how good is a chinese aio and when is it gonna start leaking? otherwise this is perfect.

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lol this is amazing on so many levels..never thought of a cardboard shroud lmao, got me thinking about cutting some thin plexiglass/plastic sheet and making my own!!!!
Just remember the little half curve for the blower around the intake circle. You can see it on the plate if you decide to copy it. I made a quick one, you can kind of see it the pic. Really simple stuff.



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