4850s CrossFIRED w/ S1 -BEWARE PICS!-

Spaxspore

Gawd
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So my VRM heatsinks came today, so I was able to install the s1s onto my 4850s.


Here is my test/work bench the monitor i have the system hooked up to is a 20.1in Samsung @ 1600x1200, FYI I game on a Hanns_G 28.1 @ 1920x1200 Monitor.


PICS-

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Heat Pipes Kick ASS!


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The new VRMS sinks doing there job

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XFIRED And Rdy to ROCK

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TIGHT fit...

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GPU on IDLE

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GPU Gaming MAss Effect

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5-10min LOAD


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Also,

I later played 20min of COD4 online, and after playing i immediately checked the temps, GPU1 was 57c and GPU2 52c...

Over All not a bad little Heat sink, considering both 4850s are 100% passively cooled. One more thing, after i took the pics one of the heat sinks came off so I used some thermal epoxy and found a way to connect the 2nd Crossfire connector..:cool:
 

UtopiA

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[edit]
Reading comprehension, sorry.
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The title of your thread makes it sound like something bad happened.
 

Spaxspore

Gawd
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heehhe sorry for the kinda miss leading title, the beware was meant to warn people there is a few pics in here.
 

mouawad

Limp Gawd
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good stuff but it's even better when you strap a 120mm to them :cool:

can't fit S1+120mm with Crossfire you say??? *cough*

poor 3d06 score but we know to expect that ;)

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Spaxspore

Gawd
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nice unfortunately, i may be able to put one fan on one of them, but my SB XFI is in the way of the 2nd 4850 so i cant do it on both.
 
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