Published on 19th May 2010 by
The Freedom Force was a sync to install...
Originally Posted by Ph4lanxThis couldn't have come at a better time, as I'm looking to quieten a folding rig I'm working on. Vortexx Neo it is!
Due to its age it’s only compatible with one of the three graphics cards we were testing with this month, the HD 4890.
"Wed recommend using [a 3 pin to molex adaptor] to avoid any issues with automatic speed control if connected to a motherboard fan header."
Originally Posted by KayDatHm...that was always a hard word to spell in my books, but I reckon it's spelt as cinch, when I first see sync, I mentally pronounce sink.
Originally Posted by Invectuswould be intressting having a sapphire vapor-X as reference to this review. Since it comes with a upgraded cooling unit
Originally Posted by capnPedroWhy is a £50 air cooler considered expensive, when nobody bats an eyelid at £65 waterblocks!?
Originally Posted by rickysioWhen is watercooling cheap?
Originally Posted by MraedisI'm using an Artic Cooler Twin Turbo (not pro) for my overclocked HD4870, it lowered the temperature by 15°C on load, and 10°C on idle. It was a breeze to install, and the only problem I had was my own fault, my card was not reference design, so the VRAM coolers didn't fit. I had to file off the stock cooler so it would fit. It would also appear my pin was a 2-pin while I needed a 3-pin, so I had to replace that too.
It's run perfectly fine under heavy furmark benches, so I seriously don't get where the trouble is coming from.
Originally Posted by KayDatSo wait...for HSFs that don't provide a sink for VRMs...did you just leave them bare?
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