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November 15, 2012, 12:03:01 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..
 

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

"I'll have you know kind sir, I will be the one dispensing the insults in this establishment !" - The Comic Book Guy

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.




Hey retard, can you prove your myth? lol
Stupid as stupid does.

I will give you a hint: Electromigration

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November 15, 2012, 04:21:22 PM
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I am not talking about electromigration, although it wouldn't surprise me if high temps help to speed up the degradation.

Where did you learn a big word like that ? I'll bet you're the smart one of the litter.  Roll Eyes

You and your trolling fat comic book guy butt just made my ignore list ! LMAO

Enjoy !

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November 15, 2012, 05:58:28 PM
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Hey hey hey, let's not start a fight over this.  BTC should be about happiness.

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November 15, 2012, 06:03:53 PM
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Im not taking sides on this issue as I have no facts in either direction. But the way I look at it is most hardware is going to drop in value a large amount after 1-2 years and anything after 2 years it is pretty much worthless. I used to be an overclocking nut as well as a Folding@home nut. I have run a fair amount of hardware out of spec and at some pretty high temps with only a few failures. If I can get 2+ years out of it Im happy because after that time no one wants it anyway...

Just my opinion.  Cool

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November 15, 2012, 07:40:00 PM
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Hey hey hey, let's not start a fight over this.  BTC should be about happiness.

I did nothing to bring this on. Cheesy

Im not taking sides on this issue as I have no facts in either direction. But the way I look at it is most hardware is going to drop in value a large amount after 1-2 years and anything after 2 years it is pretty much worthless. I used to be an overclocking nut as well as a Folding@home nut. I have run a fair amount of hardware out of spec and at some pretty high temps with only a few failures. If I can get 2+ years out of it Im happy because after that time no one wants it anyway...

Just my opinion.  Cool

Opinions are always welcome. Its the 'all knowing' mentality that bugs me. Smiley

Making the gear last is only part of the reason I run my gear as cool as possible.

The other part has to do with the toxic fumes the card will emit at the higher temps. This never gets talked about because just like smog/pollution, cell phone radiation, GMOs ect., they are all supposed to be "safe".

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November 15, 2012, 07:53:09 PM
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Hey hey hey, let's not start a fight over this.  BTC should be about happiness.

I did nothing to bring this on. Cheesy

Im not taking sides on this issue as I have no facts in either direction. But the way I look at it is most hardware is going to drop in value a large amount after 1-2 years and anything after 2 years it is pretty much worthless. I used to be an overclocking nut as well as a Folding@home nut. I have run a fair amount of hardware out of spec and at some pretty high temps with only a few failures. If I can get 2+ years out of it Im happy because after that time no one wants it anyway...

Just my opinion.  Cool

Opinions are always welcome. Its the 'all knowing' mentality that bugs me. Smiley

Making the gear last is only part of the reason I run my gear as cool as possible.

The other part has to do with the toxic fumes the card will emit at the higher temps. This never gets talked about because just like smog/pollution, cell phone radiation, GMOs ect., they are all supposed to be "safe".

pEACe

Rofl tin foil much?

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November 15, 2012, 10:01:57 PM
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Hey hey hey, let's not start a fight over this.  BTC should be about happiness.

I did nothing to bring this on. Cheesy

Im not taking sides on this issue as I have no facts in either direction. But the way I look at it is most hardware is going to drop in value a large amount after 1-2 years and anything after 2 years it is pretty much worthless. I used to be an overclocking nut as well as a Folding@home nut. I have run a fair amount of hardware out of spec and at some pretty high temps with only a few failures. If I can get 2+ years out of it Im happy because after that time no one wants it anyway...

Just my opinion.  Cool

Opinions are always welcome. Its the 'all knowing' mentality that bugs me. Smiley

Making the gear last is only part of the reason I run my gear as cool as possible.

The other part has to do with the toxic fumes the card will emit at the higher temps. This never gets talked about because just like smog/pollution, cell phone radiation, GMOs ect., they are all supposed to be "safe".

pEACe


HAHhaha, you're a either a troll (a good one) or a classic retard (a bad one). Pick one.. champ!
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November 15, 2012, 10:04:59 PM
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I am not talking about electromigration, although it wouldn't surprise me if high temps help to speed up the degradation.

Where did you learn a big word like that ? I'll bet you're the smart one of the litter.  Roll Eyes

You and your trolling fat comic book guy butt just made my ignore list ! LMAO

Enjoy !

Its a big word to you? I'm not surprised by the level of intelligence (or the lack thereof) you've been demonstrated. (not talking about electromigration while rambling about heat kills IC and microprocessors ? ) 

Where did you pull that magic number (60c) from? Your ass? Does it hurt? You probably got used to it tho.
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November 15, 2012, 10:14:42 PM
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This thread has taken a nasty turn.

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November 15, 2012, 10:24:15 PM
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This thread has taken a nasty turn.

You shouldnt be posting here bro.

You're exposed to electromagnetic field and radiation of computer + monitor, as well as the luminescence from LCD screen can kill you.

I suggest to unplug your internet connectivity, turn off your gear and stay below 60c. Its NOT a myth.




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November 16, 2012, 12:30:07 AM
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Oh geez.. some people are super anal about things some aren't who gives a turd.
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November 16, 2012, 02:43:00 AM
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All I see is.. "This user is currently ignored."

I take it I'm not missing much.

Hey hey hey, let's not start a fight over this.  BTC should be about happiness.

I did nothing to bring this on. Cheesy

Im not taking sides on this issue as I have no facts in either direction. But the way I look at it is most hardware is going to drop in value a large amount after 1-2 years and anything after 2 years it is pretty much worthless. I used to be an overclocking nut as well as a Folding@home nut. I have run a fair amount of hardware out of spec and at some pretty high temps with only a few failures. If I can get 2+ years out of it Im happy because after that time no one wants it anyway...

Just my opinion.  Cool

Opinions are always welcome. Its the 'all knowing' mentality that bugs me. Smiley

Making the gear last is only part of the reason I run my gear as cool as possible.

The other part has to do with the toxic fumes the card will emit at the higher temps. This never gets talked about because just like smog/pollution, cell phone radiation, GMOs ect., they are all supposed to be "safe".

pEACe

Rofl tin foil much?

Tin foil ?

uhh.. forget that. Unless you have pics of or want to talk about rigs, I don't want to know what you like to do with tin foil. lol..

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What PSU, mobo is used?
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November 19, 2012, 01:16:41 PM
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mobo: GIGABYTE GA-Z68AP-D3
PSU: Rosewill BRONZE Series RBR1000-M 1000W
GPUs: 4 ATI HD5850
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November 20, 2012, 01:33:14 AM
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Together at last.


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November 20, 2012, 01:40:25 AM
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Together at last.



niceeee! very clean setup :p
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November 20, 2012, 05:40:45 AM
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Together at last.



niceeee! very clean setup :p

It is rather cute if I may add XD.

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November 20, 2012, 08:33:26 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

"I'll have you know kind sir, I will be the one dispensing the insults in this establishment !" - The Comic Book Guy

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.




Hey retard, can you prove your myth? lol
Stupid as stupid does.

I will give you a hint: Electromigration



The number of SAD ass noobs that think just because they can get a 3 pin plug into the wall the right way up or get a GPU running over 60 deg. makes them some sort of experts on reliability.
There is NOTHING  about the myth of reliability of electronics related to temperature.
Unfortunately the majority of brain dead cretins running electronics are too dumb even to be able to do a bit of research.

FACT....
1. When a device says it has an MTBF of 50,000 hours, it is NOT tested for 50,000 hours, it is accelerated testing which they do by INCREASING the temperature then plotting the failure of a small batches of devices.
BECAUSE there is almost an EXACT correlation between the temperature you run electronics AND its failure rate.
The rule is :
For every 10 degrees OVER 25 degrees , the reliability is HALF!! (yep thats right techno noobs)
WTF do you think the industry specifies ALL its datasheets at a TA=25deg c, it is so they can test at 85deg.c/85% RH and then graph its failure mode.

So almost with a linear line for EVERY 10degc BELOW 25degc you operate, you DOUBLE the reliability of an electronic component.







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November 20, 2012, 03:57:00 PM
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+1 hardcore-fs Smiley

As good as it is, I wouldn't dream of running these clocks with the stock HSF.

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