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You have to use your own screws to make it work, and all of the holes don't line up without doing a little drilling, but an EVGA backplate will work on a T-X with EK full cover block. It's ventilated as well. and $15 cheaper than the EK backplate. I couldn't find black EKs when I did my T-Xs, so went with the EVGA.
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Does anyone know of a store in Europe that has EVGA Hybrid coolers and backplates in stock? I've been checking EVGA Germany but they've been out of stock for months now. Also, will a 980Ti hybrid kit work with the Titan X no problem?
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Sooo hey guys I was just wondering if these temps are at all valid.


Running a 4930k @ 4.7ghz and Titan X in SLI one Loop with two D5 Pumps.
One Pump running the water from the reservoir to 480rad then to my gpus from there my second pump carries the water to my cpu then to my 360 Rad.

SO in totall I have 840 rad "survice" all set on a push configuration.

Blocks I am using are EK-Full Cover Blocks , I think Acetal.

My GPUS reach 51 degrees celcius under full load never exeeded that temperature. running them at 1450Mhz at 1.237V/1.242V.


My room temp is around 22-25 degrees Celcius. Keep in mind the cpu is a Ivy-bridge sooo those suckers... produce an obsene amount of heat after a certain OC threshhold.



Kind Regards

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Originally Posted by Thum8er View Post

Sooo hey guys I was just wondering if these temps are at all valid.


Running a 4930k @ 4.7ghz and Titan X in SLI one Loop with two D5 Pumps.
One Pump running the water from the reservoir to 480rad then to my gpus from there my second pump carries the water to my cpu then to my 360 Rad.

SO in totall I have 840 rad "survice" all set on a push configuration.

Blocks I am using are EK-Full Cover Blocks , I think Acetal.

My GPUS reach 51 degrees celcius under full load never exeeded that temperature. running them at 1450Mhz at 1.237V/1.242V.


My room temp is around 22-25 degrees Celcius. Keep in mind the cpu is a Ivy-bridge sooo those suckers... produce an obsene amount of heat after a certain OC threshhold.



Kind Regards

Thum8er

I almost have the same setup as you, I have a i7 4930k running at 4.8ghz and 2 Titan X sli running at 1430mhz with stock voltage. My Titans never break 40c under load, they are in the low 30's. I have dual d5 pumps with 2 480 rads, one for each gpu and a 360 rad for cpu. Your temps are good though.. thumb.gif If you want your temps lower then throw in another rad if you can and your temps will come down.
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Very good low temps ^^
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Does anyone know of a store in Europe that has EVGA Hybrid coolers and backplates in stock? I've been checking EVGA Germany but they've been out of stock for months now. Also, will a 980Ti hybrid kit work with the Titan X no problem?

Yes on the hybrid kit working with titan x..........

I have 2 NVidia reference cards with hybrid kits installed
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Rumor on the street is we may see new Pascal cards soon. Possibly starting with a new Titan card. I have heard dates ranging from end of February to some time in April. All rumors so far.

But seeing how the nvidia screwed us over with the Ti 3 month after the Tx, I doubt many will jump on the next Titan right away.
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But seeing how the nvidia screwed us over with the Ti 3 month after the Tx, I doubt many will jump on the next Titan right away.
Personally think the ti ppl get screwed on how short lived their vram are

780ti dead, 980ti borderline enough for 1440p.
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But seeing how the nvidia screwed us over with the Ti 3 month after the Tx, I doubt many will jump on the next Titan right away.

If, as estimated, the next Titan performance = 2 x Titan X lots of people owning single Titan X will be trying to jump afap. I have dual Titan X SLI so no big rush but bit later a jump to the new Titan SLI will be necessary. Provided of course the next Titan price is similar to Titan X.

By the way, dual GPU next Titan would be most welcomed. Provided the premium over dual SLI is reasonable.
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But seeing how the nvidia screwed us over with the Ti 3 month after the Tx, I doubt many will jump on the next Titan right away.

I got my TX cards a day or two befor the Ti cards came out. Fully aware they where comming. I dont feel screwed over at all. If you purchased the TX for 1080p gaming, well, a fool and his money. But for those of us at much higher reosutions the extra VRAM and cores makes a difference. Keep in mind that a Ti is as fast as a TX because ots clocked a fair bit higher. Clock for clock the TX is pretty much always faster. Especially at well above 1080p. I got exactly what i wanted and expected.
 
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