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Swiftech® releases MCW82-7900 waterblock for Radeon™ HD7900 series (HD7970 and HD7950

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by SonDa5, Jun 3, 2012.

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    Cut and pasted from Xtreme Systems: http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums...g-for-HD7900&p=5107735&viewfull=1#post5107735





    This is the only proper fitting dedicated GPU and full pcb heat sink around.
     
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    Ordered one of these. Should have it installed in a day or two.



    Some before block testing with stock Dual X cooler on my Sapphire HD7950 950mhz edition.

    27C ambient temps.

    Using Sapphire TRIXX to adjust clocks and voltage.

    Just a quick 10 minute test at 1200/1575
    VDDC set to 1131
    Board Power Li at 20

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    I want........
     
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    MCW82-7900 has been installed on my Sapphire HD7950 950mhz Edition.

    23C ambient temps.

    Using Sapphire TRIXX to adjust clocks and voltage.

    Just a quick 10 minute test at 1200/1575
    VDDC set to 1.131v
    Board Power Li at 20

    [​IMG]
     
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    MCW82-7900 cooling.


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