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Old Jun 18, 2007, 04:51 AM   #1
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Default ATI 2900 XT Stock Cooler Replacement

Hi All

I have a little question for you experts. I bought an Ati 2900xt, and replaced the stock cooler with the Swiftech MCW60, MC21 and MC14. I've got good temps on the core but the temps im getting with AMDGPUClockTool in LM64 Local Temperature on DD3 I2C are high 60-68º C. Are the the MC21 and MC14 enough? The pcb of the 2900 XT gets hot like hell, i think it reachs 60-70º C. Can i damage the board with this temps?

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Old Jun 18, 2007, 05:12 PM   #2
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No,Those temps are normal even with the stock cooler.

What does the rest of your water setup consist of?
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