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Old 3rd February 2008, 13:33   #1
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Default AMD HD 3850 Cooled with AMD CPU Heatpipe HSF

Some slight issues - the thermal tape I had in my box-o-goodies wasn't holding the ramsinks on so well, so I'm currently running without them, with no apparent ill effects. While I do have good airflow over the card, I plan to drop my memory overclock until newbetter thermal tape arrives (Sekisui 5760). On the mosfets, I have thermal tape + rubber band heatsinks, and they appear to be working quite well - but that too will be replaced when new tape arrives.

Good things - much quieter, has no fan on the heatsink itself, gets cooled enough by a Panaflo H1A @ 7v nearby.
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