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Converting Titan X for watercooling makes it essentially single-slot but in many cases the DVI connector forms obstacle by popping out from the board, which is quite curious since it is rarely used nowadays in high-end systems. By eliminating the DVI connector the card becomes true single-slot which results in saving space and slots on the motherboard especially in the SLI configurations. Removing the DVI connector is considered risky business due to losing warranty but as Titan X gets older it is less of a concern. There are also fears that the card can be damaged mechanically and/or electrically. Here it is shown that conversion is a relatively simple process:

1. Having the original Titan X card with air cooler:


2. One removes the air cooler in usual way:


3. The DVI connector popping out has to be removed:


4. The connector is covered by thin metal sheet:


5. The sheet can be disassembled by raising its part using knife on the side:



6. That is repeated on the other side:



7. The sheet can be now raised and removed:



8. Now the DVI connector leads can be easily cut with tweezers:


9. The connector support pillar is thicker and one has to use a heavier cutter to take it out:





10. After finishing the card becomes single-slot:



11. It only remains to cut the input connectors cover in half:


12. The procedure was done on three cards and thus can be considered well-tested and safe.
Here there is result for dual Titan X and one GTX 970 card converted to single-slot:


13. Watercooling blocks and block connector are installed next. Since I happened to have the
GTX 970 I did put it too in my system but since there is no single slot connector for three cards I used single
slot for dual SLI Titan X and the GTX 970 is at two slot distance:

Obviously the GTX 970 is not really needed and its usage is only for some testing.

14. I used Aquacomputer water blocks that are sufficiently thin to enable installing single-slot multiple Titan X cards together with backplates which is quite amazing:



As can be seen it is entirely possible to have single-slot Titan X SLI configurations. My single-slot
dual SLI Titan X runs fine with the Ultimate BIOS overclocking. On motherboards with 7 PCIe 3.0x16 slots there could be a full 4-way SLI Titan X system plus 3 PCIe slots left spare for other cards, or even a compact 7-slot Titan X system for GPU computing could be made.

Anyway, the Maxwell cards are hopefully the last generation having the DVI connector and in the future manufacturers will be allocating connectors in single row to facilitate the the single-slot watercooling.
Edited by MadIrk - 1/31/16 at 11:17am
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I'll be doing this with 7x 980 ti soon. Thank you for sharing!
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I'll be doing this with 7x 980 ti soon. Thank you for sharing!

The million dollar question, why? Folding rig? Attemption the LTT 7 VM gaming rigs?
 
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Octane Render workstation for Pro work, not gaming. On water I shall get a 3-4x faster rendering machine for animations than currently on 2 Titan X.
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That's why he's not worried about which PCIE slots the TXs are in. wink.gif

BTW - some maxwell cards come with a single slot IO replacement part and a miniport to dvi adapter. No need to void the warranty cutting up the IO panel.
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Interesting conversion smile.gif. Important point - ensure none of the cut DVI leads short to each other after you have them trimmed down smile.gif. Seems a lot easier than unsoldering each pad for a novice as well so a very useful write-up.

The point about DVI being defunct is not correct. It is still a very useful standard for long cable runs. DP is woeful for that unless you use proprietary converters and amplification. There is only one company I am aware of that produces DP leads capable of decent/high bandwidth over 3m reliably (DVIGear). DP connectors are also prone to popping wires internally or having pins displace so I'm not really a fan of the connector style itself (or more so the quality of cables that are manufactured for it really).

A small converter dongle off a single slot card would be a decent intermediate step before we see the death of DVI I think.
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If you are talking temps you need to provide info about ambient room temp as well. T-delta (the difference between ambient and your sensor temp) is what counts. Also, when you measure temps are you letting the system run until the water temp stabilises?

Example - under full load my GPU measures 52C, with a water temp of 35C, and ambient room temp 32C.

For my GPU & CPU loop, I have a delta-T of 3C.

I use a phobia 1080 Rad and a 140.2 rad with 4x 180mm fans in a rad box (see here: https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipPMRFFCEskkqx0UNxlrQropAl0R-VnrW0Xfcb5TFMo3YhlaPify_3gBoeGHsZFhkQ?key=MDdNNzlDd2s3a2Y3ZzBKNndPcGpTX0RTT1RBNzZR)


Second point is airflow. How much noise can you tolerate and how much airflow are you achieving?
Third: water pressure and flow rate. There is a critical point where higher flow yields less return once water temp stabilises. On the flow/temp curve you want to have your pump set to give optimal heat transfer (usually balanced against noise or cavitation issues).


It may be that your system is doing very well already but you have a few variables to look at smile.gif

If you know all this I apologise.... not trying to tell you to suck eggs tongue.gif
Thanks for the help. I already have a second pump, so I'm going to order a top for it, and install it in my loop. I believe the overall issue is flow, because I have a Delta of 15c. My ambient is 20-21c, and at max, my water temps can reach up to 37c. I'm also going to order a flow meter to see what it's at. I have a 560 GTS that is very restrictive, and will all three rads, that's a lot of restriction.
    
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Thanks for the help. I already have a second pump, so I'm going to order a top for it, and install it in my loop. I believe the overall issue is flow, because I have a Delta of 15c. My ambient is 20-21c, and at max, my water temps can reach up to 37c. I'm also going to order a flow meter to see what it's at. I have a 560 GTS that is very restrictive, and will all three rads, that's a lot of restriction.

Perhaps look at a dual loop if your res can run 2 in parallel, or just run them in series as you plan.

YOu shouldn't need a flow meter to tell you if your loop is flowing ok. Your T delta is horrible for your hardware..... so I suggest a couple of things.

1. Check the airflow directions on all your fans and ensure you have appropriate air inflow and outflow for the case (and through the rads).
2. Check the water inflow into the res. is it pouring in or just a weak trickle?

Have you had your GPU block apart at all or had any bio film issues that may have blocked a rad? I've seen the insert in a GPU block in the wrong way and cause it to be super restricted.
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