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Heuchler 07-16-2019 02:26 PM

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Originally Posted by Wuest3nFuchs (Post 28043554)
maybe mine has a kind of Schluckauf sometimes.

My Plan is to fill it up and put a cpc schnellkupplung between pump an radiator.

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Sounds like a good idea. My Eheim pump has been bombenfest for 10+ years before took apart my aquarium.
Every time my Swiftech H240-X makes a loud noise I'm under the desk with a flash light.
Silentloop 240 with a push-pull configuration option would be nice.

Wuest3nFuchs 07-21-2019 02:10 AM

I opened up the fillport on the BQ SilentLoop 240 and there was not much to refill, it's just bad bleed .
Before i replaced the CPU Block i put on some thermal paste from noctua the NT-H2 from here https://noctua.at/en/products/thermal-grease/nt-h2-3-5g .
Really good paste.

Heuchler 07-24-2019 12:19 AM

NT-H2 looks like really good TIM. Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut made a big improvement on my AIO cooled Sapphire R9 290 but part of it was from cleaning out all the dust in the radiator and more mounting pressure on G10.
I have the Kryonaut on my Fury Nitro with a undervolt and overclock and does go over 58°C

Nowadays TIM on GPUs seems more important than on CPUs to me.

How is the Vega 56 Pulse running ?

Wuest3nFuchs 07-24-2019 12:36 AM

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Originally Posted by Heuchler (Post 28057288)
NT-H2 looks like really good TIM. Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut made a big improvement on my AIO cooled Sapphire R9 290 but part of it was from cleaning out all the dust in the radiator and more mounting pressure on G10.

I have the Kryonaut on my Fury Nitro with a undervolt and overclock and does go over 58°C



Nowadays TIM on GPUs seems more important than on CPUs to me.



How is the Vega 56 Pulse running ?

yeah man it is a great product.
I'm afraid of damaging the hbm when disassembling the fury nitro and even on vega56 pulse.
I played around with the pulse and sometimes i get a white screen when hbm is overclocked to 950mhz and when monitor goes to idle, it happens all of a sudden but not everytime. i also don't think it has something to do with the monitor, cause i didn't had this issue when using fury nitro. But it could easily be fixed by turn on/off monitor.
Another possibility could the Win 10 update from 1803 to 1903 and with that i also switched from the fury to vega56 .

Yesterday i tried to oc the core to 1620 and also hbm to 950mhz ,while playing pubg i've noticed that the overclock did something strange.The mouse was moving to the right side.
Had to test out further,and hopefully i can narrow it down.
i've got the moving mouse problem fixed , it was the Xbone Controller :o

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Heuchler 07-25-2019 12:12 AM

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If I remember correctly flashing the Vega 64 BIOS allowed more voltage to the Samsung HBM2 on the Vega 56 card - to get it stable above 950 MHz (1.35v instead of the 1.25v it seems).

I'm not sure which BIOS one would flash on to the Pulse (VEGA Nano PCB and none standard VRM) but the VEGA BIOS thread should have all the answers
https://www.overclock.net/forum/67-a...vega-bios.html




undervolting should allow Vega to boost a little higher while running cooler

https://www.hardwareluxx.de/index.ph...ting-test.html
https://www.computerbase.de/2018-03/...as_winzige_pcb


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