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Originally Posted by iNen1 View Post


Gabriel and Orthello, wanted to give you guys a quick heads up. One user on the Watercooling club thread suggested that i should remove the top and front panel of my case (where both radiators are mounted).

The results are shocking for me. I ran FurMark for a total of almost 30 minutes now, the temperatures didn't even dare to cross 51° C on both GPUs. That is around 21-22°C lower than the temps i've been getting earlier. I massively underestimated how much the case restricts airflow.

Well, all i can say is thanks to you both. I learned quite a bit from your posts, knowledge i will be using when creating my next loop/build. Also, i hope i didn't waste your time, since in the end it wasn't really a problem, but more stupidity on my part. Style over function is well and good, but this case sets new standards in that regard. Next upgrade will surely be a new case, but not for too soon.

Thanks again, guys. Have a good one thumbsupsmiley.png.


That's good news. Case's can be a hard choice, sometimes the best looking ones arnt the best for cooling. When I do a new computer and loop I leave all the panels off and check temperatures and then do it again and see how much the case changes it.
post #8472 of 18239
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Originally Posted by Manac0r View Post

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

Awesome, thanks. I will just keep it at around 1400 then and be happy. The stock bios lowers the voltage too much, so I can't go above 1300mhz without instability. Keeping the voltage at 1.255 lets me hit 1400 without crazy high temps. I ran Furmark for 30 minutes without any issues. It's a little loud, but I'll probably pick up the ACX 2.0 when it releases for the TX.

If I set the power mode to adaptive in NVCP, then idle voltage drops to 843 and temps stay at 27C. It's only at gaming that voltage raises and stays at 1.255. The Max Air bios are great! I wish NV allowed a constant voltage without having to mod bios. Anyone know their reasons for not doing so?
Edited by jk80520 - 5/26/15 at 12:05pm
post #8473 of 18239
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Originally Posted by Gabrielzm View Post

maybe Dazmode? Coolerguys, sidewinders or Amazon? Or just wait 2-3 weeks if you want the bitspower one. Another shop in Europe I use is highflow in Holland or buy from EKWB directly. Shipping from EKWB and Aquacomputer sometimes is cheaper and faster that PPC...

None have any. Shipping is insane from Aquacomputer's site to my location.
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Originally Posted by iNen1 View Post


Gabriel and Orthello, wanted to give you guys a quick heads up. One user on the Watercooling club thread suggested that i should remove the top and front panel of my case (where both radiators are mounted).

The results are shocking for me. I ran FurMark for a total of almost 30 minutes now, the temperatures didn't even dare to cross 51° C on both GPUs. That is around 21-22°C lower than the temps i've been getting earlier. I massively underestimated how much the case restricts airflow.

Well, all i can say is thanks to you both. I learned quite a bit from your posts, knowledge i will be using when creating my next loop/build. Also, i hope i didn't waste your time, since in the end it wasn't really a problem, but more stupidity on my part. Style over function is well and good, but this case sets new standards in that regard. Next upgrade will surely be a new case, but not for too soon.

Thanks again, guys. Have a good one thumbsupsmiley.png.

The big question is why you are using furmark to test your GPUs instead of something that isn't horrible for them like Unigine Valley. Modern GPUs just downclock in furmark anyways.
 
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post #8474 of 18239
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Can you link me to the copper heatsink if you remember?
Evga 980 aio kit is out of stock from amazon /:

I ordered mine from Amazon even though it said out of stock, they said expected delivery of June. 2 Days later amazon emailed me saying it's on it's way. Someone over on hardforum.com had a similar result.
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This is after 5 minutes of Heaven with stock clocks and a 1400rpm 140mm fan blowing over the card. I'd double check your temps guys. Dont know what the max temp for those chips are but high 70s aint low.
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Originally Posted by cstkl1 View Post

1.23v with ab.

titan x is very forgiving for bench stable.
Game stable different story.

My opinion in actual game load only game that hits my tdp limit is projectcars. The rest no where close. Hence the use of stock bios.

Wc gave a extra 25mhz.

Ure card seems to be like my first card. Jpmboy showed me that sheyster does tdp=Power draw (something like that) his bios.
Skyn3t bios has unlimited tdp . Power limit controls power draw. But his beta bios has issues on the oced versions.
So when adjusting the pl on sheyster ..you can be lacking either on power draw or tdp. So just max it. Not comfortable with this. There a holes in the slider where one is lacking.

Btw i might be wrong on which is which terminalogy.
@Jpmboypls correct me.

Hence y i am back at stock for 24/7 running machine.

Thank you for the explanation.

But I'm not sure I understand you well.

I maxxed the Power Target to see if it helps but it always crashes past 1485 (tried all bioses from OP)

So I still don't understand why :

1 - none of the bioses from OP can bring the GPU further than my stock bios+TDP upped to 350W (1471/2000 1.237v)
2 - Using the more stressful BIOS (Bench) and with 1460 on GPU, the temperature is exactly the same as with 1460 at 1.23v. (30°C in Firestrike
If 1.312v voltage was really effective, GPU should be warmer than at 1.23
Also, 1.23 or 1.31, power usage is the same.

That's why I asked if it's possible Asus hard locked the voltage controller (or something like that).
I see GPU raising by 3-4° from 1.17 to 1.23 for the same frequency but nothing between 1.23 and 1.31

My card can do 1440/2000 at 1.17v and can't do 1480 with 1.31? Weird :/

ps - PSU is AX1200i / Rampage V Extreme (optional molex poxer supply to help PCI-E is connected).

Thank you for helping me to understand wink.gif
Edited by Dr Mad - 5/26/15 at 12:18pm
post #8477 of 18239
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Originally Posted by deadwidesmile View Post

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.


Good post. I was going to wait for the 980 ti but I decided against it. I hoped on the TC myself. I paid a few extra pennies and hot the SC version and I couldn't be happier. I have it on air so to keep temps down I crank up the fans. I don't mind a whoosh sound but one day I will have to look into water.
post #8478 of 18239
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This is after 5 minutes of Heaven with stock clocks and a 1400rpm 140mm fan blowing over the card. I'd double check your temps guys. Dont know what the max temp for those chips are but high 70s aint low.


What temp checker is that? I need something like that
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Originally Posted by Dr Mad View Post

Thank you for the explanation.

But I'm not sure I understand you well.

I maxxed the Power Target to see if it helps but it always crashes past 1485 (tried all bioses from OP)

So I still don't understand why :

1 - none of the bioses from OP can bring the GPU further than my stock bios+TDP upped to 350W (1471/2000 1.237v)
2 - Using the more stressful BIOS (Bench) and with 1460 on GPU, the temperature is exactly the same as with 1460 at 1.23v. (30°C in Firestrike
If 1.312v voltage was really effective, GPU should be warmer than at 1.23
Also, 1.23 or 1.31, power usage is the same.

That's why I asked if it's possible Asus hard locked the voltage controller (or something like that).
I see GPU raising by 3-4° from 1.17 to 1.23 for the same frequency but nothing between 1.23 and 1.31

My card can do 1440/2000 at 1.17v and can't do 1480 with 1.31? Weird :/

ps - PSU is AX1200i / Rampage V Extreme (optional molex poxer supply to help PCI-E is connected).

Thank you for helping me to understand wink.gif

Nope I have an Asus card and there is clearly a big difference in temps between the stock bios at max voltage and the Cyclops 1.281v bios. I can run 1500-1520 game stable on cyclops and only about 1380 on the stock bios. On the cyclops bios I top out at about 66c on a G10 + H90, and the stock bios about 60c.
 
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I ordered mine from Amazon even though it said out of stock, they said expected delivery of June. 2 Days later amazon emailed me saying it's on it's way. Someone over on hardforum.com had a similar result.

Hm, similar situation with the backplate for titan X then?

I'm ordering through amazon but have some "in stock" items mixed, I would worry that the order would be separated with multiple carriers etc.
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