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Wow first off that case is freaking sick. I wish I had the time and patience for something like that. Very impressive.
I would love to do a custom dual 80mm rad for the GPU. Actually yeah I'll do it haha never done a custom water loop before however. Got a ton of research to do. I'm guessing I'll need water block for GPU ($150) pump ($50) hose and fittings ($20) reservoir ($20) radiator ($50) my prices are basically a guess from reading past forums and what I remember people paying so they may be Wayyy off. Heck if it really does cost that I might as well sell the 980 and get the Titan X haha.



Always destroying exergy!!

You can always try to nab 2nd hand parts. I got several radiators I have nabbed off other peeps here. Plus two pump/res combos too.

True but honestly man I have no idea what I'm doing. I'm sure I can figure it out but I don't really have the time right now. Defending my dissertation in a month...


Always destroying exergy!!
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hi guys,
i recently found out what ASIC is , and my ASIC on stock air cooling is 78.9% is that good enough ? i have a G1 gaming card , and would the ASIC precentage drop if i OC my card ? its currently running on stock settings
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Hey all! I recently got a AOC 24" gsync monitor and was wondering what games are there that I can really see the difference on when using gsync and the higher refresh rates? So far I have tried batman Arkham Knight and that game is apparently limited to 90 fps and I tried Mad Max which I was getting between 80 and about 130 fps. To be honest it is hard to see the difference so far primarily because the color on this AOC is so much more sharper than it is on my Vizio 24" 1080p tv I used as my monitor but is now my secondary monitor.

FYI I currently still have my 980 at stock speeds. Once I get a good reference for fps on a game I will start OCing it.
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hi guys,
i recently found out what ASIC is , and my ASIC on stock air cooling is 78.9% is that good enough ? i have a G1 gaming card , and would the ASIC precentage drop if i OC my card ? its currently running on stock settings

That's pretty good for stock air cooling. High ASIC = good for OCing on air; Low ASIC score = good for OCing under water. So yes, OC away!
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Hi does anyone here with a 980 hydro copper know why my LEDs are so dim? Are some bulbs burned out?





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That's pretty good for stock air cooling. High ASIC = good for OCing on air; Low ASIC score = good for OCing under water. So yes, OC away!
Thanks bro thumb.gif thats a relief, i just reverted back to my modded OCed BIOS biggrin.gif , its running at 1507 MHz core clock, 3.7Ghz memory clock and 1.2180V , with higher TDP and boost off, i just ran benchmarks on unigene heaven, valley and 3dmark .... i had maximum temperatures of 78C , i think its safe rolleyes.gif ....
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Thanks bro thumb.gif thats a relief, i just reverted back to my modded OCed BIOS biggrin.gif , its running at 1507 MHz core clock, 3.7Ghz memory clock and 1.2180V , with higher TDP and boost off, i just ran benchmarks on unigene heaven, valley and 3dmark .... i had maximum temperatures of 78C , i think its safe rolleyes.gif ....

78 is fine redface.gif
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Hi does anyone here with a 980 hydro copper know why my LEDs are so dim? Are some bulbs burned out?

Open the NVIDIA folder on your C drive and find the LED Visualizer folder. You should or might be able to increase the brightness of your LED through there. I used to be able to set the brightness of the MSI Dragon logo on my video boards using it.
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hi guys,
i recently found out what ASIC is , and my ASIC on stock air cooling is 78.9% is that good enough ? i have a G1 gaming card , and would the ASIC precentage drop if i OC my card ? its currently running on stock settings

That's a very good ASIC score. Mine are 79.0 and 79.3 and they overclock like a Banshee. You're looking good.
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Open the NVIDIA folder on your C drive and find the LED Visualizer folder. You should or might be able to increase the brightness of your LED through there. I used to be able to set the brightness of the MSI Dragon logo on my video boards using it.



Hi, yes i did that, turned the LED visualizer to 100%...i think some of the bulbs are just burnt out. I can open it and inspect but that means draining my entire loop and then filling it again and run leak test...not fun. This is on full brightness now, has the same luminosity as a dying candle..

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