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Question for waterblock owners

How many of you used CLU or CLP on the die with your waterblock?

I am curious to find out if anyone did a test with regular TIM and then CLU/CLP.
  
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Question for waterblock owners

How many of you used CLU or CLP on the die with your waterblock?

I am curious to find out if anyone did a test with regular TIM and then CLU/CLP.

I'd be wary of that, the Galium in those TIM's can apparently cause pitting/fusing when in direct contact with a copper block, I believe nickel plated blocks are ok though. Not worth the possible trouble in my opinion considering the marginal gains you would see.
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I'd be wary of that, the Galium in those TIM's can apparently cause pitting/fusing when in direct contact with a copper block, I believe nickel plated blocks are ok though. Not worth the possible trouble in my opinion considering the marginal gains you would see.

They shouldn't do that with copper (unless something like 5years gos by I assume?) only aluminum
I want to find out if people are getting that added >10C drop from it on different blocks

i ask because i CLU'd my old 7970 and I had lower temperatures than anyone with any block i could compare with. Was a 7970 with a heatkiller block. I also used a lot of fujipoly thermal pads so I guess I can credit them a few degrees
Edited by INCREDIBLEHULK - 4/14/14 at 2:41am
  
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Hey all,

Just a quick question. Regarding the EVGA 780ti, how many of you guys have experienced the oil leak? Read about the MSI version having this problem too. (Dont have either lol, just wondering).

Sorry, tried reading through as many pages as possible! smile.gif.

Cheers!
Edited by Adam101 - 4/14/14 at 6:33am
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(Team skyn3t)[/quote]
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Thanks for this!! Is there any way for me to check what my original bios was, I backed it up with Ez3Flash but I can't remember the version number....

You can edit the bios file, for example with notepad, and do a search for "80.80", you will find quick wich original bios version you have.

I have a MSI 780ti Gaming with this original bios: 80.80.34.00.0F
I already installed the same "skyn3t" bios - thanks once more for sharing this thumb.gif
Didn't had much time to test it, but everything seems to work fine now.
Will see if i could go above the 1330 core and 7800 mem
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Any user here have a H320? I was looking to add my card to the loop and was wondering what the temps were like.
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Sorry may be a little offtopic but with my new evga 780 ti and 4770k will i still see a performance boost and stability going from win 7 to 8? And also new drivers for my evga 780ti are they any good? Or as buggy as last driver?
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Sorry may be a little offtopic but with my new evga 780 ti and 4770k will i still see a performance boost and stability going from win 7 to 8? And also new drivers for my evga 780ti are they any good? Or as buggy as last driver?

I've tried using windows 8 vs windows 7 in both gaming and benchmarks, and seen zero benefit to using 8, games got lower FPS and so did every bench I tried.

As to drivers, I'm still running the older 320 drivers, seems to be the most stable for me.
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I just bought a evga gtx 780 ti sc from amazon warehouse for $616. Hope I made the right choice, I've been debating between it or saving money and getting the 780.
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So I flashed the Skynet bios and all is well, however, I want to flash the old ROM back.
Even though I renamed my old bios ( which I backupped ) to X.rom it doesn't seem to actually apply the ROM.
Nvidia inspector still says the Bios is modified and the VDDC slider / Power limit are still the same... ( non GB )

Someone care to explain?


I messed up and somehow managed to overwrite the gigabyte one with the skynet one.

Someone got the gigabyte 780Ti OC bios?

http://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/index.php?architecture=NVIDIA&manufacturer=Gigabyte&model=GTX+780+Ti&interface=&memType=&memSize=

Thanks TPU.

I am somewhat interested in that kepler bios editor ( like the Nvidia version of VBE7 ), but it appears you need to buy it? Can someone confirm that?

That'd be kinda lame...
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