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Question: How hot do your GPU's run?
<60c - 13 (6.5%)
60c-65c - 12 (6%)
66c-70c - 24 (11.9%)
71c-75c - 60 (29.9%)
76c-80c - 42 (20.9%)
>80c - 50 (24.9%)
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June 04, 2013, 10:38:55 PM
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to save clutering this thred 

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please rember that the picks are the 3 card rig that is my test setup not the actual fineshed rigs but it does cool just aswell as the others

You may have your reasons, but I think it seems strange to have a watercooled CPU in a mining rig...

Are they all like that, or did you convert a previous build?


i just dont have a cpu heatsing and backplate for that motherboard lol also its my gaming pc / test rig

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June 04, 2013, 11:03:49 PM
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to save clutering this thred 

http://s1315.photobucket.com/user/zackclark70/library/

please rember that the picks are the 3 card rig that is my test setup not the actual fineshed rigs but it does cool just aswell as the others

You may have your reasons, but I think it seems strange to have a watercooled CPU in a mining rig...

Are they all like that, or did you convert a previous build?


i just dont have a cpu heatsing and backplate for that motherboard lol also its my gaming pc / test rig


Then it makes sense :-)

I am waiting to make a combined mining/gaming rig in the basement. Just waiting for the extention cables and risers. ;-)
If I had access to a CNC, I would probably have made watercooling for the CPU/GPU's

Hmm, when I get a 3D printer(sometime in the future), I guess it should be doable to make DIY waterblocks using small copper plates glued together with printed top-parts. -But that will be another discussion Tongue

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June 04, 2013, 11:25:19 PM
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you cen gett good cpu and gpu chip only blocks faly cheap

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June 04, 2013, 11:58:00 PM
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you cen gett good cpu and gpu chip only blocks faly cheap

What is fairly cheap and where are they sold?

Link or it don't exist.

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June 05, 2013, 12:34:19 AM
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you cen gett good cpu and gpu chip only blocks faly cheap

What is fairly cheap and where are they sold?

Link or it don't exist.

A gpu only block looks no different than a cpu block. I wouldn't recommend it due to the pain in the ass tube routing you have to do. Also you have to get heatsinks for the vrms and ram. I'd recommend a full cover gpu block instead. They cost more but the convenience is worth it.
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June 05, 2013, 12:56:10 AM
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you cen gett good cpu and gpu chip only blocks faly cheap

What is fairly cheap and where are they sold?

Link or it don't exist.

A gpu only block looks no different than a cpu block. I wouldn't recommend it due to the pain in the ass tube routing you have to do. Also you have to get heatsinks for the vrms and ram. I'd recommend a full cover gpu block instead. They cost more but the convenience is worth it.

Still, seems like a cheap CPU block is well over $50. With a 3D printer and a copper-plate that can most likely be reduced to a fraction of the cost. (Not minding the cost of the printer itself.)

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June 05, 2013, 01:06:37 AM
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you cen gett good cpu and gpu chip only blocks faly cheap

What is fairly cheap and where are they sold?

Link or it don't exist.

A gpu only block looks no different than a cpu block. I wouldn't recommend it due to the pain in the ass tube routing you have to do. Also you have to get heatsinks for the vrms and ram. I'd recommend a full cover gpu block instead. They cost more but the convenience is worth it.

Still, seems like a cheap CPU block is well over $50. With a 3D printer and a copper-plate that can most likely be reduced to a fraction of the cost. (Not minding the cost of the printer itself.)

you can get bloks madeforold chips for aslitle as 13 gbp thn all you needin to make mounting hardwere

just look on ebay thay were amd xp somthigs i cant rember

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June 05, 2013, 06:03:52 AM
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nothing about about 64 at the very highest.

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June 05, 2013, 06:05:16 AM
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Mine goes more than 80 degrees until I learn how to configure the fans of the GPUs to run at a constant 80%.
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June 05, 2013, 11:08:54 AM
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Mine goes more than 80 degrees until I learn how to configure the fans of the GPUs to run at a constant 80%.
If you use CGminer, you can configure it to have a target speed and control of the fans.

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