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Old 23-05-20, 08:33 AM
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I honestly don't know, since it's in my 3rd rig that I don't 'daily drive', and I only really OCed the snot out of it just to see how hard I could push it. I'm running whatever the latest drivers are now. Clocks are weird with that thing. I've had to force the fan speed to 100% to get the clocks up, but they don't get anywhere near what they did under old drivers and older versions of Windows 10. So I settled for setting a 'cap' of what looks to be 2100mhz (hard to tell from the stupid graph in the Radeon drivers), but it never gets anywhere near that. I still see that hotspot temp go over 100C pretty quick though, even though the GPU core temp is in the low 40's.

I might pick up that Phanteks block, just because I hate EK, LOL! I'm going to move the rig into a PC-O11 Dynamic XL soon, and see what more rads gets me, if anything.
I thought you said they never went over 35? I dont think you will gain much more on the rads. I did a test after moving. Difference in temp with 2 480 vs 3 480 was a massive 3C improvement.

If anything, its my air flow raising temps, because my intake is straight through a warm radiator, so its not cool air coming in.

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Old 23-05-20, 12:29 PM
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Got tired of Asus' incredibly crap software and the wireless feature on the ROG Spatha just flaking out all the time aswell as the battery losing charge very quickly.

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Old 23-05-20, 03:58 PM
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New chair for me, went to the dealer and actually sat in it before i ordered it, goodbye gaming trash, hello proper chair for my body type.
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Old 23-05-20, 10:10 PM
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I thought you said they never went over 35? I dont think you will gain much more on the rads. I did a test after moving. Difference in temp with 2 480 vs 3 480 was a massive 3C improvement.

If anything, its my air flow raising temps, because my intake is straight through a warm radiator, so its not cool air coming in.
We're talking Radeon VII here. It's my 2080TI that never broke 35C until recently, when it got moved to and upstairs bedroom and we started getting 20C days. It hit 36C *gasp*.
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Old 24-05-20, 11:13 AM
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We're talking Radeon VII here. It's my 2080TI that never broke 35C until recently, when it got moved to and upstairs bedroom and we started getting 20C days. It hit 36C *gasp*.

Did a bit of overclocking, and it runs stable with a steady 2030mhz in Timespy Extreme, junction temps max out around 87c and it can pull up to 343w giving a score of 4759pts (link) , all in all i'm pretty impressed with the block and the card only downside is the buggy drivers (I'm stuck on Windows 1809 as drivers bug out in any version of windows more recent).



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Old 24-05-20, 03:42 PM
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If that junction temp is well below 100C, you're doing well in my books, at least better than me! The VII is a potent card at high clocks.
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Old 25-05-20, 05:43 PM
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I want to buy some of those. I really like them. Somehow I never get enough money left.
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Old 26-05-20, 07:21 AM
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I want to buy some of those. I really like them. Somehow I never get enough money left.
Yeah I have 16 now. Definately a dent in my wallet

8 for the radiators and 8 as air intake. I wanted to opt for Noctua but the cost here was almost double per fan. The only reason I have these, is actually because the EK Vardar did not like being put on a hub with the Aquaaero controller. Vardar fans would squeal at certain frequencies.

Since these were mag lev, there was no frequency noise. Vardar actually perform better than these. but the noise was unnacceptable.
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