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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

EK backplate just covers the VRMs better. More coverage.

Aren't the VRM chips on the front side of the card?
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post #17682 of 18251
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Originally Posted by GnarlyCharlie View Post

Aren't the VRM chips on the front side of the card?
Yes. VRAM are on the back for the titan x
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The chips on the back of the card, VRM, memory, whatever. EK has better coverage then the EVGA plates.
    
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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

EK backplate just covers the VRMs better. More coverage.

https://www.reddit.com/r/watercooling/comments/337u1h/gtx_titan_x_backplate/

Can't be sure the screws he mentions works for a Titan X though as his card is a different card. Google is your friend. smile.gif
Been googling and not much coming up.. what temps difference did you see with the EK block?
Did you use them on air or o water?
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Been googling and not much coming up.. what temps difference did you see with the EK block?
Did you use them on air or o water?

I use them on water but I don't have an IR gun to measure the back on the card with the block on. I just noticed when I installed each one the EK has more thermal pads on the VRMs and memory modules etc. The EVGA has more limited coverage.

But under water with a highly overclocked CPU and a Titan X with a 1.281v maxed out voltage bios I get under 75C CPU and under 55C video card.

Check out the Predator 360 with the Quick Disconnect (QDC) GPU blocks.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1566468/ek-predator-club-discussion-thread

https://www.ekwb.com/news/ek-pre-filled-and-qdc-enabled-gpu-water-blocks-are-finally-here/


Easy way to go water on CPU AND one video card. Just install the AIO, put on the EK backplate and GPU block, clip the video card water block on to the 360, problem solved!

It's what I use. biggrin.gif
    
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my titan x just keeps crashing when overclocked

could be stable 3 hours

then randomly will driver crash wth!

no idea how to actually find a stable overclock .. considering its so random and unpredictable
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my titan x just keeps crashing when overclocked

could be stable 3 hours

then randomly will driver crash wth!

no idea how to actually find a stable overclock .. considering its so random and unpredictable

https://support.microsoft.com/en-ca/kb/2665946 Try this but I found I had to manually change the registry, the Fixit didn't work.
    
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https://support.microsoft.com/en-ca/kb/2665946 Try this but I found I had to manually change the registry, the Fixit didn't work.


thanks!

I will give this a try, its weird because

card could be stable 1500/8000 for hours then randomly crash

even lowered it by alot and it still happened, didnt even happen in the big demanding maps on BF4

then started to crash on locker TDM lol
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thanks!

I will give this a try, its weird because

card could be stable 1500/8000 for hours then randomly crash

even lowered it by alot and it still happened, didnt even happen in the big demanding maps on BF4

then started to crash on locker TDM lol

I was having this happen with an unstable OC on the CPU. After countless time spent with different GPU OCs and drivers I bumped the CPU voltage up a tiny bit and have been crash free for months. (Each crash was showing the display driver as the issue.)
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I was having this happen with an unstable OC on the CPU. After countless time spent with different GPU OCs and drivers I bumped the CPU voltage up a tiny bit and have been crash free for months. (Each crash was showing the display driver as the issue.)


thanks for the input, just took the CPU overclock off but didn't help frown.gif
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