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What in the hell are your watercooled temps..

But mines pretty similar clocker

It's because I use a Corsair Hydro H55 AIO water cooler in combination with a Corsair HG10 n980(which allows me to put any corsair hydro series cpu cooler on a titan x) with only one case fan on the radiator (ca. 1200rpm max). I know most people here rock a custom water cooling loop and I know that it is superior to a AIO, but situational circumstances resulted in my current weird setup. If you want to know the story on how my pc came to be, here it is:

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My pc consists of scrap parts I found for cheap on the internet or elsewhere. The base of my setup is a used pc I got like 2 years ago from a friend for 50 bucks with a HD 6870 gpu and some old AMD phenom cpu, on a Fatal1ty 990FX board, powered by a coolermaster 800W power supply. He took the ram for his new build so I had to buy 2x 8gb ddr3 sticks for 40$ and the cpu was too low level for me, so I bought a used 8350 for 100$.

A year ago I had the chance to buy a corsair hydro h55 and h110 together with two 140mm Noctua NF-A14 industrialPPC fans for the h100, but no fans for the 120mm h55 for just 50 bucks. I put the h110 on my cpu with the radiator block just chilling on top of my case, because my case didn't fit it. Looks kinda funny, if you want to see it:

I kept the h55 as reserve.

2 months ago I found a corsair hg10 980 for 10 bucks. This would allow me to combine my h55(which was collecting dust at the time) with either a 980ti or titan x. So I waited for a really cheap offer for either one of these cards. 3 Days ago, I finally found one. A just 7 months old titan x for initially 600$ (which is not a bad offer by itself), which I could beat down to 450$. When I did the setup I noticed that I had no fan to cool my titan, so I just put a case fan on it. I'll probably order a proper fan soon.

All in all I'm really happy with my current build. Paid less than 800 bucks for a
  • Watercooled Titan X running at ca. 1.5ghz cooled with a Corsair Hydro H55.
  • AMD FX 8350 cpu running at 4.5ghz cooled with a Corsair Hydro H110(With 2 140mm Noctua NF-A14 industrialPPC fans capable of 3000rpm)
  • Fatal1ty 990FX killer motherboard
  • 16gigs of HyperX Fury DDR3 ram
  • A case I can't identify
  • A 800W Coolermaster power supply
  • A Samsung evo 850 256gb SSD I got new(omg a new component in my build, I know :0)

When I think to myself that some people pay that much for a single 1080, which is only marginally better than my current Titan x, I can't stop grinning like an evil bastard smile.gif
post #17942 of 18242
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Originally Posted by ncxboxx View Post

It's because I use a Corsair Hydro H55 AIO water cooler in combination with a Corsair HG10 n980(which allows me to put any corsair hydro series cpu cooler on a titan x) with only one case fan on the radiator (ca. 1200rpm max). I know most people here rock a custom water cooling loop and I know that it is superior to a AIO, but situational circumstances resulted in my current weird setup. If you want to know the story on how my pc came to be, here it is:

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
My pc consists of scrap parts I found for cheap on the internet or elsewhere. The base of my setup is a used pc I got like 2 years ago from a friend for 50 bucks with a HD 6870 gpu and some old AMD phenom cpu, on a Fatal1ty 990FX board, powered by a coolermaster 800W power supply. He took the ram for his new build so I had to buy 2x 8gb ddr3 sticks for 40$ and the cpu was too low level for me, so I bought a used 8350 for 100$.

A year ago I had the chance to buy a corsair hydro h55 and h110 together with two 140mm Noctua NF-A14 industrialPPC fans for the h100, but no fans for the 120mm h55 for just 50 bucks. I put the h110 on my cpu with the radiator block just chilling on top of my case, because my case didn't fit it. Looks kinda funny, if you want to see it:

I kept the h55 as reserve.

2 months ago I found a corsair hg10 980 for 10 bucks. This would allow me to combine my h55(which was collecting dust at the time) with either a 980ti or titan x. So I waited for a really cheap offer for either one of these cards. 3 Days ago, I finally found one. A just 7 months old titan x for initially 600$ (which is not a bad offer by itself), which I could beat down to 450$. When I did the setup I noticed that I had no fan to cool my titan, so I just put a case fan on it. I'll probably order a proper fan soon.

All in all I'm really happy with my current build. Paid less than 800 bucks for a
  • Watercooled Titan X running at ca. 1.5ghz cooled with a Corsair Hydro H55.
  • AMD FX 8350 cpu running at 4.5ghz cooled with a Corsair Hydro H110(With 2 140mm Noctua NF-A14 industrialPPC fans capable of 3000rpm)
  • Fatal1ty 990FX killer motherboard
  • 16gigs of HyperX Fury DDR3 ram
  • A case I can't identify
  • A 800W Coolermaster power supply
  • A Samsung evo 850 256gb SSD I got new(omg a new component in my build, I know :0)

When I think to myself that some people pay that much for a single 1080, which is only marginally better than my current Titan x, I can't stop grinning like an evil bastard smile.gif

That sounds like a bad mount to me..

Have you tried maxing out the pump at all times and repasting it? I don't see why you'd be over 70c
post #17943 of 18242
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That sounds like a bad mount to me..

Have you tried maxing out the pump at all times and repasting it? I don't see why you'd be over 70c

Pump is maxed out, but I can try reapplying the paste(although I do think that the amount I put on the chip was pretty accurate). Before I do that though, I'll buy a proper fan for the radiator. I think that's the most likely reason.
post #17944 of 18242
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Originally Posted by ncxboxx View Post

Pump is maxed out, but I can try reapplying the paste(although I do think that the amount I put on the chip was pretty accurate). Before I do that though, I'll buy a proper fan for the radiator. I think that's the most likely reason.

I don't think it'll help a huge amount. Please keep it under 70c at least as 80-90c is far too high for that type of voltage
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Cleaned out the rig and installed a nickel back plate on the ol Titan-X.
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Can't wait to see the reviews of the newer Titan-X tomorrow.
    
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With the Sheyster 1.281 BIOS got my watercooled Titan X stable at 1532/2001 (GPU-Z). I'm pretty happy with that. Is a 77.3% ASIC card. smile.gif

Edit: I used the Maxwell Bios Editor and set the clocks that way, no need for Afterburner or anything. biggrin.gif
Edited by KedarWolf - 8/2/16 at 12:18am
    
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I just bought two Titan X(P) has anyone found any makers that is making water blocks for them? I don't see it on ekwb.
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I just bought two Titan X(P) has anyone found any makers that is making water blocks for them? I don't see it on ekwb.

Would like to know this as well.. it sucks that I might get them tomorrow but I cant use them frown.gif without a block
Edited by Fiercy - 8/2/16 at 7:56am
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Would like to know this as well.. it sucks that I might get them tomorrow but I cant use them frown.gif without a block
I'm going to bypass my GPU on my loop just to hook them up until I get blocks if there is going to be such a thing. Was hoping the 1080 blocks fit.
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same boat here, my titan xp when it comes will be sitting doing nothing til I get a waterblock. ...hurry up ek or somebody...

from few tests so far at 2 sites, looks like stock Titan XP was faster than stock 1080 by 23% in 3dmark, 34% in witcher 3 maxed, 25% in rise of tomb raider, 34% in far cry primal, and 20% faster in 3dmark firestrike extreme.

and stock Titan XP was faster than OCed 1080 by 11% in 3dmark, 19% in witcher 3, 9% in rise of tomb raider, 20% in far cry primal

and Stock Titan XP was faster than Superclocked Titan X (980) by 68% in witcher 3, 44% in rise of tomb raider, 67% in far cry primal.

http://www.overclock3d.net/news/gpu_displays/pascal_titan_x_benchmark_performance_leak/1
http://videocardz.com/62766/first-gaming-benchmarks-of-nvidia-titan-x-are-here
Edited by opt33 - 8/2/16 at 9:58am
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