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Do you guys know if the Kraken G10 is compatible with classified PCB's?
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Do you guys know if the Kraken G10 is compatible with classified PCB's?

Yes it is. But you will need to completely remove the heat plate or you will need to modify it if you want to keep it on. wink.gif
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As I promised I will share my experince with the Kraken G10 on my GTX 780 Classified.

Yesterday I mounted the G10 on my Classy with a modification on the heat plate so the AIO block could fit (cuted the 4 posts arouond the GPU). The heat plate is very important to keep for VRM temps. I combined the Corsair H105 with the G10 which is a nice combo. (150€ for both)

I was able to OC my card before on AIR to 1380MHz core with 1.35V with fan speed set to 100% which is very, very noisy. Temps. were at 85C.

Now on water I can OC to 1410MHz core with 1.38V and 7200MHz on memory with 1.72V. Both fans under load spin at 1800RPM which is not loud at all as was before with the ACX cooler. Temps. are at 23C idle and max I saw was 60C under load under this OC. VRM temps. max I saw was 75C. I switched the stock NZXT fan with a silent Noctua NF-B9 on 1600RPM as the stock one is very poor in quality.

I will add photos (3Mark Firestrike score) after I get home from work. I did 13100+ graphic score.

So the G10 is a very nice alternative to the custom blocks (which costs 105€ only the block). The only bad thing of the G10 is if the card you have dont have some VRM cooling, then you need to put some heatskins on them as the fan alone is not enough.

To get the most out of the Classy water is a must and the G10 is a cheap variant to go for. I recommend it highly for those on a strict budget or for those that dont want to mess with custom watercooling.

I will try to go for 1450MHz core as I still have some voltage left (till 1.45V) and the thermals are not an issue anymore. thumb.gif
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post #11024 of 21381
What frames do you get in games like BF4?
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Originally Posted by FireBird1989 View Post

As I promised I will share my experince with the Kraken G10 on my GTX 780 Classified.

Yesterday I mounted the G10 on my Classy with a modification on the heat plate so the AIO block could fit (cuted the 4 posts arouond the GPU). The heat plate is very important to keep for VRM temps. I combined the Corsair H105 with the G10 which is a nice combo. (150€ for both)

I was able to OC my card before on AIR to 1380MHz core with 1.35V with fan speed set to 100% which is very, very noisy. Temps. were at 85C.

Now on water I can OC to 1410MHz core with 1.38V and 7200MHz on memory with 1.72V. Both fans under load spin at 1800RPM which is not loud at all as was before with the ACX cooler. Temps. are at 23C idle and max I saw was 60C under load under this OC. VRM temps. max I saw was 75C. I switched the stock NZXT fan with a silent Noctua NF-B9 on 1600RPM as the stock one is very poor in quality.

I will add photos (3Mark Firestrike score) after I get home from work. I did 13100+ graphic score.

So the G10 is a very nice alternative to the custom blocks (which costs 105€ only the block). The only bad thing of the G10 is if the card you have dont have some VRM cooling, then you need to put some heatskins on them as the fan alone is not enough.

To get the most out of the Classy water is a must and the G10 is a cheap variant to go for. I recommend it highly for those on a strict budget or for those that dont want to mess with custom watercooling.

I will try to go for 1450MHz core as I still have some voltage left (till 1.45V) and the thermals are not an issue anymore. thumb.gif

Good going mate, very solid performance of AIOs on gpus.. such a cost effective way to cool the gpu down. However the tubes get abit too messy for me.

Interested in some gaming results, as I had to drop 100hz to be able to run bf4 without crashing
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post #11026 of 21381
Hey guys, just finished my Classified 780ti build. Check it out!

http://www.overclock.net/t/1477195/350d-black-white-build-log/
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Nice build
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post #11028 of 21381
How much power can I max provide to my card via the 8 pin connecters

And what will happen if i hit the wall ? System reset ?
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How much power can I max provide to my card via the 8 pin connecters

And what will happen if i hit the wall ? System reset ?

Your card can try and draw as much watts as it wants through an 8 pin connector. Where you'll run into problems is if your have a multiple rail psu you can trip ocp and your psu will shut off.
The 75w for 6pin and 150w for 8pin is just the standard. They can draw much more than that if needed.
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Your card can try and draw as much watts as it wants through an 8 pin connector. Where you'll run into problems is if your have a multiple rail psu you can trip ocp and your psu will shut off.
The 75w for 6pin and 150w for 8pin is just the standard. They can draw much more than that if needed.

Okey thanks for the fast reply.

Its because my card is using about 500 watts now. And i read that 8 pin is 150w each. So thats 300 + 75 from pci-e.

I got the Evga 1300G2 PSU, so I will try push it to the wall now biggrin.gif
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