Friday, April 24, 2015

Ladies and gentlemen I bring you the GTX 590 AHOC edition

It's huge 
It's impractical
It might not even work
But now it's finally compelete and ready to occupy the top 1% of GTX 590s






5 comments:

  1. From what I have seen, you need heavier/shorter wires or you are going to have too much voltage drop when under higher load. Some guys use solid copper and as short as possible...
    You can look at Tin's pics on kingpin cooling forums.

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    1. The wires are 12 AWG and there are 30 for +V and 18 for GND(I'm going to add more once I know the card starts). I'm fully aware of how this is usually done however there is literally no space between the 2 cores. I either have to use long wires or I can forget about cooling. Here's TiN's GTX 590: http://hwbot.org/submission/2178478_tin_3dmark_vantage___performance_geforce_gtx_590_47249_marks

      Also I don't need a spectacular level of holding voltage. My target is 1.1V at the core so if I have to set 1.4V and get 300mv of drop I'm OK with it.

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  2. Also, do you have an evbot? Hopefully, because they are harder to get than the epower...

    If not, then you will need this:

    http://kingpincooling.com/forum/showthread.php?t=2389

    EVGA EPOWER CLASSIFIED VID switch settings:

    "1" - ON
    "0" - OFF

    1234[VID position]
    0000 : 900 mV
    1000 : 945 mV
    0100 : 1000 mV
    0011 : 1100 mV
    1100 : 1050 mV
    1010 : 1155 mV
    0110 : 1210 mV
    1110 : 1260 mV
    0001 : 1315 mV
    1001 : 1365 mV
    0101 : 1415 mV
    1101 : 1475 mV
    0010 : 1525 mV
    1011 : 1580 mV
    0111 : 1625 mV
    1111 : 1680 mV

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    1. Thanks for the info but I already know about this stuff.

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