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post #21 of 28
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Thanks! I hope that it can be useful to people, just trying to return the favor. This site has tons of great info, and the people are pretty cool. Happy to be here learning and contributing with everyone else thumb.gif
post #22 of 28
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Noticed my Titan idle temps were getting pretty high the last couple days, and then read something earlier about the VRAM chips being different in some of the Titans...so I figured I would open it up to investigate.

Took off the backplate, and saw moisture on the chips mad.gif
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Samsung VRAM
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Factory paste...it looked splotchy, and uneven.
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Terrible
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New mod lol
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Edited by signalpuke - 8/9/13 at 6:50am
post #23 of 28
Very nice build Puke! You build computers as good as you build cars lol.
post #24 of 28
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Originally Posted by Theultimateeye View Post

Very nice build Puke! You build computers as good as you build cars lol.

Thanks thumb.gif Gonna be putting a lot of stuff up for sale pretty soon, retiring out of the car scene for a while as I pursue new opportunities smile.gif
post #25 of 28
Signal, could you please describe in more detail where the heatsinks went? All of them on the back of the motherboard?
post #26 of 28
Cool little build there, just one question..

Are you running just dual channel ran?
post #27 of 28
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Added my 5.0GHz overclock settings to the second post. Only showing the differences between it and the 4.8GHz daily setup.
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Originally Posted by Kuat View Post

Signal, could you please describe in more detail where the heatsinks went? All of them on the back of the motherboard?
Yep, they are all on the back of the mobo, along the VRM backplate. They are very nice heat sinks, and have thought about buying more and covering the GPU backplate with them.
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Cool little build there, just one question..

Are you running just dual channel ran?
At the moment, yes. Upgrading the ram is in the plans as well, and when I do it will be quad channel.
post #28 of 28
Great build mate, i like to see nice done job! I going to try to build up the SG10 with G1 Snuper M5 in few days. Also with some liquid cpu cooling, not sure yet which because i want to fit in Gpu and Board and then see how much space i have left for Cpu Cooler. Hope the Zelman Reserator Max 3 will fit in, its 5mm shorter radiator then h80 i think. Do you have any advice for me? Cheers
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