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Is the Morpheus II Radeon VII compatible?

As per title;

Googled, but found no result combining all the keywords.
Now of course i'm not exactly the best in Googleing, so may well be out there, but.. if you have an answer, by all means inform?

I don't want Hairworks, Rayworks, or supahKores(tm).
I just want a non-nVidia GPU for my lovely 16/10, image quality focused, non-gaming 1080p monitor. I know, i'm so weird

As i'm also not well off, lol, i'd rather be sure before i go and buy me one; cooler that is. Thank you for reading.

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Got one on order from ebay for. My Vega Frontier Edition gpu hoping it compatible

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Get a partner card not the awful cooler AMD reference one, they still haven't learned how to do a good cooler.

All the specs for aftermarket coolers are out there if in doubt ask manufacturer of the heatsink.
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- I don't have a Vega FE though! More to the point, we already know the Morpheus II is compatible with Vegas.
- Am kinda interested in this specific cooler, it being why i tried to be so specific.

Appreciate your taking the time however.
(as to contacting Raijintek, i'd rather ask here first, lol, let me leave it at that)

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I doubt it would be compatible.
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Having a glance at the PCB's of the Vega 64 and the Radeon VII, the mounting hole spacings are larger on the VII, as its die is a bit larger with the extra HBM2 stacks, I do not think the Morpheus would fit, so I wouldn't spend my money on it unless you were handy with tools and made your own mounting bracket to attach to the Morpheus, as its bracket around the base of the heatsink plate is removeable. I have mounted my first gen Morpheus to a fair few cards, and currently have it on a 1080ti, when it doesn't officially support that, but in this case, I think the mounting bracket would simply not be wide enough to encompass the mounting points of the VII.
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Quote: Originally Posted by GHADthc View Post
I do not think the Morpheus would fit
Yeah.. just, well.. hope dies last, thought i'd ask, lol, i mean who knows!
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Hard to say since you will have to eyeball the PCBs and guess the exact component location and height restrictions. As for the mounting brackets, the Morpheus II manual has the spacing for the included brackets (downloadable from their site). You would still have to figure out the spacing on the RVII (a PCB breakdown review maybe). The Morpheus has rather "bad" VRM cooling, so that could be a problem too unless you are handy and creative with mods.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Melcar View Post
Hard to say since you will have to eyeball the PCBs and guess the exact component location and height restrictions. As for the mounting brackets, the Morpheus II manual has the spacing for the included brackets (downloadable from their site). You would still have to figure out the spacing on the RVII (a PCB breakdown review maybe). The Morpheus has rather "bad" VRM cooling, so that could be a problem too unless you are handy and creative with mods.
Thanks for replying

The thing is the card's on its (hopefully not long) way and since it's different from Vega, i don't have any specs to go by, you know?
As to the VRM, to be honest i'm not so sure it's gonna be an issue. I mean have you seen what they did? That midplate.. might as well have left it bare, would have been better off; i'll add those heatsinks, i'll add some Enzotech ones i've lying around, i'll mount two 120 iPPCs with reverse flow, sucking air from the PCB's side (which is sth i always do and one of the reasons i raised money for a flat mobo case). I honestly think it will be fine, even OCed.

(i kinda run my fans high, lol.. like, for the GPU, think 2200? 2400? The benefits of having watched Motorhead concerts, lol, i'm effing deaf)

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Quote: Originally Posted by Aenra View Post
Thanks for replying

The thing is the card's on its (hopefully not long) way and since it's different from Vega, i don't have any specs to go by, you know?
As to the VRM, to be honest i'm not so sure it's gonna be an issue. I mean have you seen what they did? That midplate.. might as well have left it bare, would have been better off; i'll add those heatsinks, i'll add some Enzotech ones i've lying around, i'll mount two 120 iPPCs with reverse flow, sucking air from the PCB's side (which is sth i always do and one of the reasons i raised money for a flat mobo case). I honestly think it will be fine, even OCed.

(i kinda run my fans high, lol.. like, for the GPU, think 2200? 2400? The benefits of having watched Motorhead concerts, lol, i'm effing deaf)

Generally PCB component cooling (like the VRM area) is achieved with high sp fans. Those stock little fans on video cards? Those little suckers move little air but generally have high sp ratings. It's why they can usually get away with little direct contact cooling. A high rpm fan (like the one you plan on using) on the Morpheus should keep the VRM temps. in check. That's what I did for mine (2x 2400rpm Scythe Grand Flex).

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