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Has anyone had any issues running their TX at 1.255 for gaming? I can't get a stable overclock above 1400mhz without using the modded 1.255v bios. Using the 1.255v SC bios, I can get 1416mhz stable. Temps are around 68-70c; however, my fan runs at around 80%. Has anyone killed their TX using these settings? It's under the 1.273v maximum, so it should be fine, right? The card's AISC is 72.8%, if that matters.

I searched through the thread, but there didn't seem to be a consensus on this issue yet.
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post #8452 of 18242
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Originally Posted by Prophet4NO1 View Post

Why not get the 980 hybrid cooler for EVGA? We know it works with just popping the window out of the shroud.

Interesting. You can use that and just pop the window out and place the original case back on?

I was thinking about getting the ACX 2.0 cooler. I'm not sure if it's worth it or not. I have the EVGA SC card and it works so well that I doubt I will oc it but seeing better temps without the fan going 70-100% would be great. I'm sure the fans not running that much all the time whilst gaming will help extend the life of my almost $1200 investment.
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Has anyone had any issues running their TX at 1.255 for gaming? I can't get a stable overclock above 1400mhz without using the modded 1.255v bios. Using the 1.255v SC bios, I can get 1416mhz stable. Temps are around 68-70c; however, my fan runs at around 80%. Has anyone killed their TX using these settings? It's under the 1.273v maximum, so it should be fine, right? The card's AISC is 72.8%, if that matters.

I searched through the thread, but there didn't seem to be a consensus on this issue yet.

1.255v with an aggressive fan curve and one eye on temps should be fine. I run the Maxair.bios 24/7 at 1404/8000 but I did replace the stock cooler with Arctiv Iv extreme so my temps rarely go above 60.

If you are happy with the fan noise/curve then your card should be fine.. the TX is quite robust and has a lot of fail safes built in. Also just remember 100 on the core equals about 3-4fps, so hit an OC your comfortable with. The difference between 1400 and 1500 is a few FPS and unless your chasing benchmarks, there is no need to stress. Enjoy the card!thumb.gif
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Talking with a friend about making some custom backplates and he brought up a point I never thought of. Why not put a large thermal pad across the whole rear of the PCB? They do that for aerospace parts they make all the time. Apparently it works well and brings the temps down a tad more then just putting them on the hot parts. Any thoughts?

I was thinking the same thing when i got the accelero xtreme iv. Now that i think of it again, wouldn't that create air pockets?
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I would go copper - another member linked an assortment of copper heatsinks that did the job pretty well.

Also in regards to Arctic IV, the actual stock cooler does a pretty poor job of cooling Vram. The heatsink is in fact on the die and the fan chamber cools everything else.

You might be interested in Arctic III it is basically the same fan without the big heatsink plate on the back, you could then use copper heatsinks directly on the Vram for better cooling.. .
I think I will be picking up either an AIO or the TX ACX when in stock (EU) and will be happy to post changes in temps....

Can you link me to the copper heatsink if you remember?



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Why not get the 980 hybrid cooler for EVGA? We know it works with just popping the window out of the shroud.

Evga 980 aio kit is out of stock from amazon /:
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I'm late to the party but, 980Ti is a good looking card.

If I was in the market for a GPU and it was between the 980TI or the TX, the ~$200 difference wouldn't really deter me from the TX... Especially at 4K. The Vram and full bodied core are just worth the scratch at this point.


For aftermarket cooling, I highly suggest a custom loop. The benefits are amazing! I'm a real stickler for air noise and with some low FPI/thinner radiators you can achieve flat out astounding cooling with minimal sound.
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Can you link me to the copper heatsink if you remember?
i just ordered these!

Looks the same as these one from the EVGA Forum which yielded a 24°C decrease with increased clocks! They should arrive here tomorrow.
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I'm late to the party but, 980Ti is a good looking card.

If I was in the market for a GPU and it was between the 980TI or the TX, the ~$200 difference wouldn't really deter me from the TX... Especially at 4K. The Vram and full bodied core are just worth the scratch at this point.


For aftermarket cooling, I highly suggest a custom loop. The benefits are amazing! I'm a real stickler for air noise and with some low FPI/thinner radiators you can achieve flat out astounding cooling with minimal sound.

I agree with everything you posted. TX is the card for me, sometimes, for whatever reason people are stuck on air. I really want to build a Mini ITX with the Titan X at it's heart - plan on hitting some LANS and being able to lug my PC around is appealing.
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I was thinking the same thing when i got the accelero xtreme iv. Now that i think of it again, wouldn't that create air pockets?

If we make the bottom of the back plate shaped to fit better, think like how waterblocks are cut to fit over VRM and RAM. It might work. Would need testing.
 
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So is the Bitspower waterblock not the way to go? Nickel plated acrylic, comes with a backplate, included fujipoly thermal pads, all for only $145. Would cost a lot more than that to go acrylic + backplate + fujipoly pads with EK. Are Bitspower blocks know for being really restrictive or something?
 
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