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post #1081 of 1315 (permalink) Old 04-25-2019, 02:33 AM
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I'm using a block in the r7 now, temperature is very good but overclock is not so good as many others. I can't go any further than 2075mhz no matter mV in select. Powermods also don't help.

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temps? vrms included i had a bad mount that acted like this
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Core around 45 and JT around 60-65 on water. VRM idk, what software is able to read them?

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Core around 45 and JT around 60-65 on water. VRM idk, what software is able to read them?

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GPU-Z or MSI Afterburner/RivaTuner can read the VRM temps.

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GPU-Z or MSI Afterburner/RivaTuner can read the VRM temps.
I'll check on that, thanks.

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Well, I've decided to try modding a cpu cooler (XSPC Raystorm) to fit my R7. I thought the thicker heat spreader / denser micro fin stack (with stick-on VRAM coppers cooling the VRM plate) may be more effective at dissipating the "hotspot" heat than an aftermarket air cooler, AOI, or a proper waterblock.


I had a couple of busted Fury X AIO's hanging around, so I was able to retrofit the metal brackets to an AMD Raystorm mount. It just happens to BARELY fit as lady luck would have it.... I also thought it may be a good idea to lap the raystorm flat, as most cpu coolers are convexed. I didn't think that to be such a good thing with an exposed die???

Radiator surface area is a non-issue, Ive got that in spades..... ( 3- Koolance 360's and 1- Koolance 240 servicing my 2700x and its VRM)...

using the auto overclock got it up to 2000mhz on the core with a 100+ temp on the hotspot. I did bench it with 3d11 and time spy. Ill post before/after after I mount it...
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temps? vrms included i had a bad mount that acted like this
There's 4 readings for vrm, none were above 35C. That's should be the limit of my card. 2075mhz @ 1150mv.

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Those temps are way better than what I get.

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Seems to me that vrms on VII can be left passive so if one wants to cheap out just slap a AIO on it and call it a day?

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Those temps are way better than what I get.
I'm using a block in the gpu, that's why..

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