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September 03, 2012, 01:49:36 PM
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They call that a "mirror",it casts a reflection of things in front of it  Grin Roll Eyes    Couldn't resist,sorry Wink

I didn't even notice the mirror / reflection. I was trying to make the joke that the blue killer-fan was actually the miner... or is it?

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September 03, 2012, 07:07:28 PM
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Here are some of my rigs:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WX6uvrPuUYs


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September 03, 2012, 07:48:34 PM
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First video; VirtualDub with Deshaker?  Smiley
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September 03, 2012, 11:40:18 PM
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haha Cheesy - HTC Desire HD with little lighting in the room what more do you want Cheesy Cheesy

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September 04, 2012, 12:01:53 AM
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I already disassembled this one, but the third card was so elegantly fastened I had to keep the picture.



That card slot cover kept the top card firmly in place! I could take the rig in my hands and shake it in any orientation, and it wouldn't budge.

The ziptie on the middle card actually kept it as one piece. The fan shroud and some plastic shrapnel fell off when I took the card from another rig, but fixing that was easy!

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What are you using to cool down those vrms? What tems you got with that setup on gpu/vrm?
Some of those watered vga's looks similar to corsair H60/h80 series, is it?
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September 04, 2012, 06:49:42 PM
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What are you using to cool down those vrms? What tems you got with that setup on gpu/vrm?
Some of those watered vga's looks similar to corsair H60/h80 series, is it?

Just using some spare 92mm fans for the cards and a 120mm fan on the bench setup.  The 7870 doesn't have any heatsinks on the MOSFETs and the 7950 already had a metal plate installed over the power circuity.

The 7870 doesn't have any monitoring for the VRMs but with the 7950 it is usually about 72°C versus 86°C before.  The GPU dropped quite a bit - on the 7870 it went from 73°C down to 44°C and the 7950 went from 82°C down to 47°C.

The one on the left is a Thermaltake WATER2.0 Performer and WATER2.0 Pro on the right.  They're very similar to the Antec H20 Kuhler series which all share the same OEM, Asetek.  On my bench, I'm using the Performer for my 7950 and it cools adequately (GPU: 55°C / VRM: 71°C).
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September 04, 2012, 07:10:10 PM
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What are you using to cool down those vrms? What tems you got with that setup on gpu/vrm?
Some of those watered vga's looks similar to corsair H60/h80 series, is it?

Just using some spare 92mm fans for the cards and a 120mm fan on the bench setup.  The 7870 doesn't have any heatsinks on the MOSFETs and the 7950 already had a metal plate installed over the power circuity.

The 7870 doesn't have any monitoring for the VRMs but with the 7950 it is usually about 72°C versus 86°C before.  The GPU dropped quite a bit - on the 7870 it went from 73°C down to 44°C and the 7950 went from 82°C down to 47°C.

The one on the left is a Thermaltake WATER2.0 Performer and WATER2.0 Pro on the right.  They're very similar to the Antec H20 Kuhler series which all share the same OEM, Asetek.  On my bench, I'm using the Performer for my 7950 and it cools adequately (GPU: 55°C / VRM: 71°C).

What model of 7950 is that?
My reference 7970 cooler have no metal plate over vrms, so they got hot when i putted accelero xtreme 7970 on it, although i have instaled vrm heatsinks, temps are higher then with reference cooler ~ 100
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What are you using to cool down those vrms? What tems you got with that setup on gpu/vrm?
Some of those watered vga's looks similar to corsair H60/h80 series, is it?

Just using some spare 92mm fans for the cards and a 120mm fan on the bench setup.  The 7870 doesn't have any heatsinks on the MOSFETs and the 7950 already had a metal plate installed over the power circuity.

The 7870 doesn't have any monitoring for the VRMs but with the 7950 it is usually about 72°C versus 86°C before.  The GPU dropped quite a bit - on the 7870 it went from 73°C down to 44°C and the 7950 went from 82°C down to 47°C.

The one on the left is a Thermaltake WATER2.0 Performer and WATER2.0 Pro on the right.  They're very similar to the Antec H20 Kuhler series which all share the same OEM, Asetek.  On my bench, I'm using the Performer for my 7950 and it cools adequately (GPU: 55°C / VRM: 71°C).

What model of 7950 is that?
My reference 7970 cooler have no metal plate over vrms, so they got hot when i putted accelero xtreme 7970 on it, although i have instaled vrm heatsinks, temps are higher then with reference cooler ~ 100

The reference 7970 cooler cools the VRMs directly, but the accelero needs a VRM heatsink, and you will see higher VRM temps.

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September 04, 2012, 07:59:05 PM
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What are you using to cool down those vrms? What tems you got with that setup on gpu/vrm?
Some of those watered vga's looks similar to corsair H60/h80 series, is it?

Just using some spare 92mm fans for the cards and a 120mm fan on the bench setup.  The 7870 doesn't have any heatsinks on the MOSFETs and the 7950 already had a metal plate installed over the power circuity.

The 7870 doesn't have any monitoring for the VRMs but with the 7950 it is usually about 72°C versus 86°C before.  The GPU dropped quite a bit - on the 7870 it went from 73°C down to 44°C and the 7950 went from 82°C down to 47°C.

The one on the left is a Thermaltake WATER2.0 Performer and WATER2.0 Pro on the right.  They're very similar to the Antec H20 Kuhler series which all share the same OEM, Asetek.  On my bench, I'm using the Performer for my 7950 and it cools adequately (GPU: 55°C / VRM: 71°C).

What model of 7950 is that?
My reference 7970 cooler have no metal plate over vrms, so they got hot when i putted accelero xtreme 7970 on it, although i have instaled vrm heatsinks, temps are higher then with reference cooler ~ 100

The reference 7970 cooler cools the VRMs directly, but the accelero needs a VRM heatsink, and you will see higher VRM temps.

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Thats why i stept back to refernce cooler, could not cool vrms good enogh Sad
Any ideas, experience with custom vrm coolers?
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September 04, 2012, 08:00:59 PM
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What are you using to cool down those vrms? What tems you got with that setup on gpu/vrm?
Some of those watered vga's looks similar to corsair H60/h80 series, is it?

Just using some spare 92mm fans for the cards and a 120mm fan on the bench setup.  The 7870 doesn't have any heatsinks on the MOSFETs and the 7950 already had a metal plate installed over the power circuity.

The 7870 doesn't have any monitoring for the VRMs but with the 7950 it is usually about 72°C versus 86°C before.  The GPU dropped quite a bit - on the 7870 it went from 73°C down to 44°C and the 7950 went from 82°C down to 47°C.

The one on the left is a Thermaltake WATER2.0 Performer and WATER2.0 Pro on the right.  They're very similar to the Antec H20 Kuhler series which all share the same OEM, Asetek.  On my bench, I'm using the Performer for my 7950 and it cools adequately (GPU: 55°C / VRM: 71°C).

What model of 7950 is that?
My reference 7970 cooler have no metal plate over vrms, so they got hot when i putted accelero xtreme 7970 on it, although i have instaled vrm heatsinks, temps are higher then with reference cooler ~ 100

The reference 7970 cooler cools the VRMs directly, but the accelero needs a VRM heatsink, and you will see higher VRM temps.

Yes.

Thats why i stept back to refernce cooler, could not cool vrms good enogh Sad
Any ideas, experience with custom vrm coolers?

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September 04, 2012, 11:37:16 PM
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What model of 7950 is that?
My reference 7970 cooler have no metal plate over vrms, so they got hot when i putted accelero xtreme 7970 on it, although i have instaled vrm heatsinks, temps are higher then with reference cooler ~ 100

http://www.msi.com/product/vga/R7950-Twin-Frozr-3GD5-OC.html

The reason why they're so hot is because your Accelero is blowing hot air passed by the fins onto them.  By removing that it won't be as hot - hence my solution.  Wink

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September 07, 2012, 06:21:06 PM
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bump, I'd like to see higher res photos of more professional setups.  Maybe a little wire management, with some air flow design kept in mind....


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September 11, 2012, 04:02:07 PM
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September 11, 2012, 09:01:58 PM
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September 11, 2012, 09:58:10 PM
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I'm surprised your RAM isn't watercooled Wink

What cards are those?

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September 12, 2012, 03:46:37 AM
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The memory will be watercooled soon, and its just a pair of 5850's for now.  This is the old gaming rig that got retired to mining, and the ram block came out for the new rig till I can get a replacement in.
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September 12, 2012, 09:37:05 AM
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The memory will be watercooled soon, and its just a pair of 5850's for now.  This is the old gaming rig that got retired to mining, and the ram block came out for the new rig till I can get a replacement in.

You already have way to much on that loop. It's silly to water cooling anything but the gpu and cpu. Every time you add something, everything else will get hotter. Since things like ram don't benefit from water cooling it's just counter productive especially for mining. If its staying cool now, it's probably because the cards have a low hash rates. It would definitely not hold up if you upgraded to gpu's with high hash rates.
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September 12, 2012, 03:19:46 PM
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The memory will be watercooled soon, and its just a pair of 5850's for now.  This is the old gaming rig that got retired to mining, and the ram block came out for the new rig till I can get a replacement in.

You already have way to much on that loop. It's silly to water cooling anything but the gpu and cpu. Every time you add something, everything else will get hotter. Since things like ram don't benefit from water cooling it's just counter productive especially for mining. If its staying cool now, it's probably because the cards have a low hash rates. It would definitely not hold up if you upgraded to gpu's with high hash rates.

No you're wrong! Why don't you WC the PSU while ur at it, and eliminate as many fans as you can!

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