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The Radeon VII Owners Thread

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Kaapstad, Feb 6, 2019.

  1. Illuminist

    Wise Guy

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    So . . Any one with a bykski decipher the instructions?
     
  2. vapor matt

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    there is a bykski utube video online which might help if you never fitted a GFX water block before. the instructions are chinese!
     
  3. LtMatt

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    Your image is broken Pete, but glad to hear all is well. :D
     
  4. Illuminist

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    The pictures make no sense at all, it's annoying.
    Can someone please help me
     
  5. vapor matt

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  6. Illuminist

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    Nailed it, I was over thinking it completely. 2000mhz 1200mhz core 34.c Junction 60.c absolutely over the moon about this.

    Whats the highest anyone here has gotten the core or the ram, and what mv's did you use?
     
  7. Illuminist

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  8. vapor matt

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    highest core 2100mhz ram 1325
     
  9. Dicehunter

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    Resize it to around 800 horizontal then upload it, Example -

    [​IMG]
     
  10. Thomasck

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    Meh, something arrived for me, the guy of aliexpress store did split the order in 3 packages, there's two at the royal mail to be collected and paid tomorrow. That was 4 packages in total, 3 were taxed with £11.. Probably the 4th one will also be taxed. Well, stills cheaper than getting everything here in UK.
    Now I'm already disgusted, Amazon "Prime" is taking now two days to deliver 5L distilled water and 3 fans for me, so, even if I want I cant rush the assemble. God damm Amazon.

    Hope you'll get yours asap! This awaiting kills :D
     
  11. JediFragger

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    Any excuse :p And stop nicking my tyre caps Dom or else!! :p
     
  12. L-Digital82

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    I have decided to bite the bullet and ordered a bunch of EK parts and block yesterday. Will build my first ever loop over the next few days. This chip deserves a good push and I think I can crack some forum records with it as it’s a gem
     
  13. Dicehunter

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    It's Illuminist's rig, I was just showing him an example of how to shrink a pic :p And no your tyre caps are mine !!!!!! XD
     
  14. pmc25

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    RVII has dropped to cheapest £550 / €639 in Germany.

    I expect it to drop to below €600 soon, and stay around there. Can't remain too high with Navi not long off.
     
  15. pete910

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    Odd as works for me, anyone else not see it ?

    What's the temps people getting under water, Mine appears high compared to what the 64 run at.

    Superposistion makes it hit high 60's .

    I've reseated it twice too.
     
  16. Illuminist

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    With a horrific overclock it's gets to 40.c and 65-70 junction
     
  17. pete910

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    What block you using ? Though that shouldn't make that much difference :confused:
     
  18. Illuminist

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    Bykski chinese block of awesomeness picture a few posts back
     
  19. pete910

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    I take it you used paste and not the pad ?

    When I reseated I noticed I had a good covering on the dye the first time so not sure what's wrong.
     
  20. vapor matt

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    the bykski blocks are very good, fantastic flow rate on them.