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Thank you for your reply. I had 780Ti KPE with EK FC. Thing is, that was Classy block, this one is KPE only. So I'am thinking if they add screws that fits with orig. backplate this time because this time they made it only for KPE.

Ek traditionally doesnt include hardware for other items to fit their blocks.

There is one way to find out, for sure. Just order it and try it. Since they include the hardware for mounting the block, then I would suspect you get the items necessary for the block only. If you try it, post your results.
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post #19132 of 21381
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someone the same problem?
I can run FSE 1550/2100 under water @ default volt! If i raise it from 1.21V step by step to 1.3V i always get a crash in FSE with 1550/2100. For raising the voltage i testet the voltage regulator 2.1.2 and precisionX. Thats the second card and the same problem. For me it looks like the voltage raise is not working correct. I tried various drivers, Mod bios, original bios etc... - always the same.
With a Reference Card i can put the voltage to 1.275V with mod bios and can do 30 up to 70 Mhz more on GPU than with standard Volt. There are no problems. But the 980Ti Classified is crashing by raising the voltage. It seems like a protection! MOD Bios btw. is that one from page 1.
Someone same problems? Temps between 35-37°...
Thanks

980 TI doesn't benefit from voltage unless you also make it much colder thumb.gif

Default voltage is good enough until around 10-20°C, where you may see some results from raising voltage. In other words, you have no reason to go over 1.20V unless you freeze the card!
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Thats not right. Ich tried 4TitanX, 2 980ti ref cards - raising voltage got effect to reach 30 to 70 MHz more on gpu. The 2 classified i tested made exactly the same - 1550/2100 under air up to 60degrees - under water 35degrees no MHz more. Raising voltage 1550/2100 is crashing;). You cant tell me thats normal...
Classified would be totally senseless for all yousers on air and water....
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Thats not right. Ich tried 4TitanX, 2 980ti ref cards - raising voltage got effect to reach 30 to 70 MHz more on gpu. The 2 classified ich tested made exactly the same - 1550/2100 under air up to 60degrees - under water 35degrees no MHz more. Raising voltage 1550/2100 is crashing;). You cant tell me thats normal...
Classified would be totally senseless for all yousers on air and water....

oh but it is right. 100% normal for these cards. The KPE cards weren't built for air and water.
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Ive normal classified - no kpe...
And its not normal to have no extra MHz by rising the voltage step by step . And its not normal to get a crash if i run FSE 1550/2100 by raising the voltage only one step - and with 1.21V standard voltage FSE is no problem...
Sry but there is something wrong..

And if you think, thats normal - buy a Strix or a SC ACX - mod your bios to get 1.274V and you will see you are able to clock about 30-70mhz more on gpu like standard voltage....
Edited by Haudi - 10/9/15 at 7:10am
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Ive normal classified - no kpe...
And its not normal to have no extra MHz by rising the voltage step by step . And its not normal to get a crash if i run FSE 1550/2100 by raising the voltage only one step - and with 1.21V standard voltage FSE is no problem...
Sry but there is something wrong..

And if you think, thats normal - buy a Strix or a SC ACX - mod your bios to get 1.274V and you will see you are able to clock about 30-70mhz more on gpu like standard voltage....

IT IS 100% NORMAL FOR THE KPE Ti's - that is what I'm talking about, I don't know how to be any clearer than that for you.
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post #19137 of 21381
If thats the same for the Classified non KPE - buying these cards is absolutly senseless if you are not going by ln2.
Ive classifieds since GTX 580 etc... - thats the first time these cards are absolutly senseless.
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If thats the same for the Classified non KPE - buying these cards is absolutly senseless if you are not going by ln2.
Ive classifieds since GTX 580 etc... - thats the first time these cards are absolutly senseless.

It's a new core architecture, which means changes, so people adapt, and others apparently not. tongue.gif

New means new, you can't compare it to what was out there 5 years ago or even last year.
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post #19139 of 21381
If you would read my posts exactly - i had 4 TitanX (big Maxwell), 2 GTX 980Ti no Classifieds (small big max) - there wasnt a problem to raise Voltage and get an effect.
New core architecture - sry thats not the reason;)
post #19140 of 21381
This may be helpful to understand volts better on these cards from the master himself:
http://kingpincooling.com/forum/showpost.php?p=30273&postcount=57

Seems for air/water cooling you want higher ASIC and not necessarely beefier pcbs fron non reference cards.
Edited by marc0053 - 10/9/15 at 7:55am
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