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November 08, 2012, 12:19:36 PM
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Just goes to show how little I really know about all of this stuff.

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November 08, 2012, 01:48:00 PM
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May be problems with adittional cards and that aftermarket cooler on them.
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November 08, 2012, 05:56:03 PM
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That CPU fan is a FUCKING MONSTER

Its 2.2bls/1kg ..heh... This made lapping it almost effortless.



May be problems with adittional cards and that aftermarket cooler on them.

I don't mind having to find a way to make room. Smiley The freakishly low temps I'm getting are probably a good part of the reason why I can do 1275/750 on stock volts.


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November 08, 2012, 09:57:23 PM
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Nice rig, I like it what you have done!

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November 08, 2012, 10:55:19 PM
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GTX 460se BTC gamer. Grin


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November 09, 2012, 01:06:57 AM
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GTX 460se BTC gamer. Grin



Do you mine with it? If so, how many mhash?

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November 09, 2012, 01:15:34 AM
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GTX 460se BTC gamer. Grin

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Do you mine with it? If so, how many mhash?

Probably about 30 Roll Eyes.

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November 09, 2012, 01:38:38 AM
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Hio all Smiley

Its about time I found something a little tougher than Trackmania, for my hd 7870 to chew on !

I don't care how much space it takes up.. EVERY gpu I add will be vf3000'nd. xD


I also replace stock coolers with Artic Twin Turbo II coolers. Damn silent.. 100% fans and 48-52 temps on heavily overclocked 5870's.
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November 09, 2012, 01:46:42 AM
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Nice rig, I like it what you have done!

Ty sir.

Those pictures don't tell the true tell of all the blood sweat and tears that went into that thing.

My fingers hurt sooo bad from plugging and unplugging so many components over and over.

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November 09, 2012, 07:13:12 AM
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Hio all Smiley

Its about time I found something a little tougher than Trackmania, for my hd 7870 to chew on !

I don't care how much space it takes up.. EVERY gpu I add will be vf3000'nd. xD


I also replace stock coolers with Artic Twin Turbo II coolers. Damn silent.. 100% fans and 48-52 temps on heavily overclocked 5870's.

Artic cooling coolers are very good in terms of silence and efficiency.
I just could not get work normaly HD 7970 with accelero HD 7970. It just could not cool vrms good enough. The core temps was exelent, but vrms was 100 degrees and more.
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November 09, 2012, 02:00:59 PM
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I think it was at 40-50 mhash/s for the few minutes I ran it.

This config didn't last long b/c I didn't like seeing the 7870's vrms at 67-72c when mining/gaming. Now that I have a much cooler running mobo, I will try it again and this time work an extra 120mm or two into the equation. xD

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November 09, 2012, 05:47:04 PM
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I think it was at 40-50 mhash/s for the few minutes I ran it.

This config didn't last long b/c I didn't like seeing the 7870's vrms at 67-72c when mining/gaming. Now that I have a much cooler running mobo, I will try it again and this time work an extra 120mm or two into the equation. xD

~70C for VRM temps are actually pretty good! Why would you complain about that?

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November 09, 2012, 06:51:49 PM
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I think it was at 40-50 mhash/s for the few minutes I ran it.

This config didn't last long b/c I didn't like seeing the 7870's vrms at 67-72c when mining/gaming. Now that I have a much cooler running mobo, I will try it again and this time work an extra 120mm or two into the equation. xD

~70C for VRM temps are actually pretty good! Why would you complain about that?

I'm 'heat o pheobic'. :p

I also like having the peace of mind of knowing that the card is mint, when it come time to sell.

Over time the temp swings of anything over 60c can/will cause significantly more wear on your gear. The industry temp standard is rigged to increase sales. The faster you burn it out..
 

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November 10, 2012, 01:48:06 AM
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Got a PCI-E extender because my GPUs were way too close and the top one was getting too hot. One of my BFL singles isn't running atm due to a bad power brick. Buying some cables from Cablez: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=74397.0 Smiley The Delta AFB1212 fan in my window moves some serious air and really keeps my room at a perfect temperate. It can get loud at 100% so I use SpeedFan to keep it around 75% speed.


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November 10, 2012, 06:07:39 PM
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Got a PCI-E extender because my GPUs were way too close and the top one was getting too hot. One of my BFL singles isn't running atm due to a bad power brick. Buying some cables from Cablez: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=74397.0 Smiley The Delta AFB1212 fan in my window moves some serious air and really keeps my room at a perfect temperate. It can get loud at 100% so I use SpeedFan to keep it around 75% speed.



cool, but u better not trip over some cables and mes up ur rig... Wink

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November 10, 2012, 08:00:23 PM
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I hope that curtain is fireproofed!  Shocked Shocked

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November 10, 2012, 09:24:12 PM
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Hio all Smiley

Its about time I found something a little tougher than Trackmania, for my hd 7870 to chew on !

I don't care how much space it takes up.. EVERY gpu I add will be vf3000'nd. xD


I also replace stock coolers with Artic Twin Turbo II coolers. Damn silent.. 100% fans and 48-52 temps on heavily overclocked 5870's.

Thx for that.. I'll definitely have to consider it for this 6870 I have lined up.

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November 12, 2012, 09:36:52 AM
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No luck with the 6870 .. but some luck with getting the temps down a bit while gaming and mining. xD

The new mobo doesn't seem to like this gpu combo. It took some work to get it to boot with the fake display.

I need an Antec 1100 !  Roll Eyes



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November 15, 2012, 07:21:37 AM
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I think it was at 40-50 mhash/s for the few minutes I ran it.

This config didn't last long b/c I didn't like seeing the 7870's vrms at 67-72c when mining/gaming. Now that I have a much cooler running mobo, I will try it again and this time work an extra 120mm or two into the equation. xD

~70C for VRM temps are actually pretty good! Why would you complain about that?

I'm 'heat o pheobic'. :p

I also like having the peace of mind of knowing that the card is mint, when it come time to sell.

Over time the temp swings of anything over 60c can/will cause significantly more wear on your gear. The industry temp standard is rigged to increase sales. The faster you burn it out..
 

Once in a while, i always see a noob spilling out myths..... makes me laugh tho
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November 15, 2012, 09:36:12 AM
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I think it was at 40-50 mhash/s for the few minutes I ran it.

This config didn't last long b/c I didn't like seeing the 7870's vrms at 67-72c when mining/gaming. Now that I have a much cooler running mobo, I will try it again and this time work an extra 120mm or two into the equation. xD

~70C for VRM temps are actually pretty good! Why would you complain about that?

I'm 'heat o pheobic'. :p

I also like having the peace of mind of knowing that the card is mint, when it come time to sell.

Over time the temp swings of anything over 60c can/will cause significantly more wear on your gear. The industry temp standard is rigged to increase sales. The faster you burn it out..
 

Once in a while, i always see a noob spilling out myths..... makes me laugh tho


I'll bet you sound like that fat ass comic book guy when you say that. Cheesy

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The known laws of physics and the legions of people who waste their time/money with buying new parts or RMAs because they believe 60c+ is "ok", are NOT myths.


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