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New 5770 heatsinks

Discussion in 'AMD / ATI' started by Kantastic, Nov 21, 2009.

  1. DonInKansas

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    And this applies to the topic how? :laugh:
     
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    I have no clue. I'm just excited.
     
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    You gonna sell your HD5770?
     
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    Never owned one. However I am selling both my 4850s for a good deal ;)
     
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    That was a late night post... mixxed uz up wit someone else... :roll:
     
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    seems my card is stable 1t 940mhz without going over 60c, It appears stable at 950, but hit 65c, so I'll stick with the 950. The fan was running at 52%, but it the sound of it is not noticeable unless the house is silent....that is rare. The memory shows clean above 1300mzh, but I am only going to run it at 1235 since it doesn't have hs or a way to monitor temps.
     
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    how much of an improvment do you actually see by overclocking?

    sorry ive nevr oc'd a video card

    my HIS 5770 is supposed to be here by 10:30am. wewtie.
     
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    With a CPU and GPU over clock I've seen as much as a 40fps increase.

    ( F.E.A.R 2 , school level first remnant fight )
     
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    Personally, the HD5770 is VRAM limited... Crank the core to 900Mhz and ramp the VRAM as high as it can go... Thats your best route on these cards. ATI really messed up on this route by not making something like 192bit GDDR5...
     
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    Aye that was with my rig. in specs.
     
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    I'll test the difference the ram makes, but on the 3870 it didn't make much. My card is seeming great at 940mhz, still cool enough I don't see a reason to back it down unless I find something that gets it hot. At 890mhz it was running extra cool. Personally, for the price, I can't see where ATI has messed anything up!
     
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    Others would disagree with you...

    http://forums.anandtech.com/showthread.php?t=334977

    I'm running my HD5770 V1 at 935/1225 even tho the memory is capable of 1350Mhz...
     
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    Son of a GUN! MY GIGABYTE 5770 ARRIVED AFTER 2 WEEKS (**** YOU EWIZ) AND IT'S THE NEW EGG STYLED COOLERS!

    /WRIST2THEMAX
     
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    Did you order the original cooler one? If you did maybe you can file a complaint?
     
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    Go complain like there is no tomorrow! :eek:
    If they original products shows the reference cooler, you can fxxk them for false advertising.
     
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    The one on ewiz didn't have a picture, but the model number was the same as the original cooler one, I checked/confirmed on Newegg. And another thing, I've never seen an egg styled Gigabyte 5770. Whatever, it's not that big of a deal. (That's a lie!)

    Edit: Okay I'm going to call. They have a picture up and it's the original cooler.

    Just an update, I called and they're going to check the warehouse for me.
     
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    Arctic Cooling S1 rev B is possible on a 5750 with a bit of modding.

    http://img690.imageshack.us/gal.php?g=acs1anotherangle.jpg

    Warning! This is what some people call ghetto-modding :) The tool used is pictured as well.

    Currently using a Slipstream running at 800rpm to cool it down.
    Hasn't so far exceeded 37C in full-load despite 100mhz core overclock, according to the latest GPU-Z.
    I'll probably change the fan to a 500rpm slipstream to make system even quieter.

    AC S1 is still probably one of the best GFX coolers ever made.
     
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    People are using the Arctic Cooling L2 with good results and no modding.
     
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    Yes, but I already had the AC S1 lying around so it really wouldn't have made sense to purchase a new cooler.
    Also, I doubt the L2 is as good as the S1.
     
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    hi
    i need advice (i long used single evga gtx260 55nm, after i go 2 gtx260 in SLI. thats good for gaming, and selled them.)
    but now i have a Sapphire 5750 1gb (i little interested DX11 and 40nm GPU), that's not good for gaming (1680x1050. dirt2, crysis warhead etc..)
    and i planned upgrade it to single 5870 or 5770 CF
    Which is more powerful ingame? (not a score!!!)
    i think 5770 CF is cheaper for me (sapphire 5770 155$ on Newegg)
     

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