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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 07-15-2019, 01:54 PM - Thread Starter
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5700XT aftermarket cooler suggestion?

Got a 5700 XT. Reminds me of the old GTX 480’s with their heat and sound, lol.

So, Arctic Cooling noted their coolers work with the new cards, which is cool. But can I still use the stock backplate with these? Or do I have to let the card sag?

Also, any known compatable AIO for these cards?
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If you do not have a space limitation and do not care if you block PCI-e slots get the RAIJINTEK Morpheus II.

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G12 with any compatible aio works fine, running mine with a H55 and it overclocks wonderfully, with core staying below 55°c running the modded soft power play table

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I second the recommendation for the RAIJINTEK Morpheus II. I've got one on my GTX 1080 founders, a used Vega 64 with one I snagged for mining, and I've got one on my Radeon VII which keeps it cool and most importantly quiet.

The GTX 1080 founders is most similar in power limit/power draw to the 5700 XT, and with the Morpheus II, my 1080 isn't able to get above 55°C core temp while gaming with maxed out power limits in a smallish mid-tower case and ~75°F ambient (24.4°C).

Like the above poster mentioned however, it's a big boy, you want easily 5 slots of space for the gpu, heatsink, fans, and clearance for the fans.
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Quote: Originally Posted by RWBY FNDM View Post
Got a 5700 XT. Reminds me of the old GTX 480’s with their heat and sound, lol.

So, Arctic Cooling noted their coolers work with the new cards, which is cool. But can I still use the stock backplate with these? Or do I have to let the card sag?

Also, any known compatable AIO for these cards?
should have waited for an AIB card lol

kraken G12 should fit
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im using a r9 290 xfx heat sink with some 9cm coolers and its reaching 65c on full load if you can get a morpheus 2 or a accelero arctic 3 it sould give you gr8 performance

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Arctic Cooling confirms cooler compatibility with AMD's Radeon RX 5700 series

Arctic Cooling's Accelero lineup of GPU coolers are available to purchase via the company's website or via a multitude of online retailers.
Arctic Cooling's Accelero Xtreme IV is currently available for £45 at Amazon UK. This is much cheaper than the cooler's £63.99 pricing on Arctic's official website.
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I don’t think they are loud tbh. Lot quieter than the 290x and Vega 64.

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I don’t think they are loud tbh. Lot quieter than the 290x and Vega 64.
Just like how one review found it. Have you tried undervolting?

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