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now i understand MrTooshort's incident... he was probably pushing 1.5V or higher in a bench. How did you burn yours up?

Honestly, no idea, 1.3V and the core was 55 degrees.... just went pop. Had been benching overnight since around 5pm, and blew at around 8am.
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BTW guys I thought I should share this info. Remember a couple of post back I was complaining about a defective d5 PWM pump? Well, it was mounted on a EK top and make a lots of noise and stop the flow while in horizontal position. Geoff from Frozencpu was contacted about RMA and he tip me to try to loose a little bit the screws in the top. He found that if those are to tight usually the top would pressure the impeller down causing noise and flow to stop. Bingo. Did another mount and no problem whatsoever. thumb.gif
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Honestly, no idea, 1.3V and the core was 55 degrees.... just went pop. Had been benching overnight since around 5pm, and blew at around 8am.

Well that's scary. 1.3V with no vdroop? (LLC mod)
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BTW guys I thought I should share this info. Remember a couple of post back I was complaining about a defective d5 PWM pump? Well, it was mounted on a EK top and make a lots of noise and stop the flow while in horizontal position. Geoff from Frozencpu was contacted about RMA and he tip me to try to loose a little bit the screws in the top. He found that if those are to tight usually the top would pressure the impeller down causing noise and flow to stop. Bingo. Did another mount and no problem whatsoever. thumb.gif
Geeze, I had the same problem a while back and returned the pump for a Liang DDC. the D5 is a great pump.
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got 2 titans here's one of them..would like to enter the titan club..
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Thank you Ed. Much appreciated. smile.gif

Glad to help! thumb.gif
Just remember to put some thermal tape on the memory inductors too! (that is if youre going water) biggrin.gif




Cheers

Ed

(Skyn3t Team)

just using this pic as a ref cause its close to the page i was reading thumb.gif

out of curiosity, IF one were able to make a block for the titan any way they wanted, one that was able to touch any part of the pcb what would you suggest as key areas to cool. I see the cooling on the vram and vrm - seems they are really the only two things on the pcb which get active cooling from what i can see. What would an uber custom block cool in your opinions if it were possible to cool every part you wanted on the pcb .... even if it only helps a little bit.

Thanks
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just using this pic as a ref cause its close to the page i was reading thumb.gif

out of curiosity, IF one were able to make a block for the titan any way they wanted, one that was able to touch any part of the pcb what would you suggest as key areas to cool. I see the cooling on the vram and vrm - seems they are really the only two things on the pcb which get active cooling from what i can see. What would an uber custom block cool in your opinions if it were possible to cool every part you wanted on the pcb .... even if it only helps a little bit.

Thanks

I would go full rampage and cover the whole thing with fujipoly pad and a block circulating water on most of the pcb tongue.gifgunner2.gif


BTW guys, who want to run 7 titans in one board???? What that would make 4 PSUs?

http://www.anandtech.com/show/7613/asus-p9x79e-ws-review

Cheers
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Well that's scary. 1.3V with no vdroop? (LLC mod)

Nope, with LLC left as standard.
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got 2 titans here's one of them..would like to enter the titan club..

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As Ed says above, two of us have dead Titans due to the memory inductors/chokes popping, quite literally. Mine went from grey to dark brown and spewed a load of liquid out.

It also got so damn hot that even the solder looks to have melted.

Question is how hard were you pushing them. I went back and looked @ my photos I did apply them on the first card. I don't intend to go nuts w/ these cards as I don't upgrade every year like some I plan on pushing them for a good 2-3 years at least hopefully.
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Mine were close too 100% load 24/7. The card that went on me was pulling 270W (90% on Skyn3t's bios). The stock air coolers, and EVGA ACX, etc all have these chokes exposed right under the fans. So they cooled with forced air convection. Under the water blocks, they just sit there with nothing cooling them.

But still... it's not like I was running 1.3v through it, and it still popped. I don't know what it is with DP calculations, but I was using 0.985v to be exact when it went. But the entire card was still somehow pulling 270W. It seemed fine considering my GPU temperature peaked at 55C... (warm room, low speed fans = at least 5C warmer than I should be on water)

Maybe this is the reason why the K20X run 700mhz for 24/7 100% load...
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