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September 29, 2011, 01:36:54 AM
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Bitcoin rig itself did not sell so taking out parts



Vistiontek Radeon 5850 - $140 Shipped

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Sapphire (I believe) Radeon 5850 with a Zalman VF3000 cooler attached to it - $140 Shipped

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Bought the rig with these in it from dalamchops
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September 29, 2011, 07:05:14 AM
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PM sent about the sapphire one.

FYI, powercolor cards are really crappy in my experience. Bought one new a few months ago and even at as little as 100mhz core overclock I started getting openCL errors every 30 sec and the temps were like 80C.
So after roughly two weeks it crapped out on me and my system wouldn't start if the cards was present.. oh well, that's what warranty is for :3

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September 29, 2011, 09:26:16 AM
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FYI, powercolor cards are really crappy in my experience. Bought one new a few months ago and even at as little as 100mhz core overclock I started getting openCL errors every 30 sec and the temps were like 80C.

FWIW, Im not unhappy with my reference design powercolor 5850. I did add an aftermarket cooler (accelero twin turbo), and Ill soon add a VRM cooler, but with the accelero and at stock voltage it seems happy up to ~900 Mhz stock voltage. GPU temps arent a problem with the accelero (55C max) but VRMs get smoking hot at those speeds (90-100C). I hope the thermal take VRM R5 will take care of that, only then ill try some overvolting.

Frankly, I think all reference design cards are the same, regardless of brand.

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Well I sold my powercolor 6950 already since I wasn't very happy with it. I think I'm going to invest in a twin frozr III after I sell these.
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