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Crap, my evga 980ti sc+ is starting to give me coil whine on Rise of the Tomb Raider :/

If I overvolt it could it help? :s

Ok, I set back power target limit on 105% and coil whine is gone. But lost some GPU boost due to that redface.gif
Edited by mukumi - 2/4/16 at 2:58pm
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Hello, you think of the Gigabyte Waterforce? I really like this card, I was watching Review, memories and vrm are refrigerated right?
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refrigirated ? Im pretty sure they are not
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refrigirated ? Im pretty sure they are not

Obviously there is a language barrier here.
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Hello, you think of the Gigabyte Waterforce? I really like this card, I was watching Review, memories and vrm are refrigerated right?

I do not believe the memory and vrm are cooler via the water cooler.
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Obviously there is a language barrier here.
I do not believe the memory and vrm are cooler via the water cooler.

then it is not recommended? according Guru3d, if they are refrigerated


http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/gigabyte_geforce_gtx_980_ti_extreme_gaming_waterforce_review,10.html
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then it is not recommended? according Guru3d, if they are refrigerated


http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/gigabyte_geforce_gtx_980_ti_extreme_gaming_waterforce_review,10.html

the card is a good card, i don't even think the evga hybrid has full coverage of the waterblock. If you want full coverage of a gigabyte 980 ti pick up a regular windforce and use EK's prefilled full coverage waterblock which works with their AIO Predator series. The 240 AIO (v1.1) and the 360 variant both have quick disconnects that the gpu block can connect to. It's more money but if you want a hassle free no fuss full coverage water block for your gpu, then that is your best bet. Also the waterforce cards use a terrible tubing I believe that doesn't flex very well and tends to bend however it wants vs the EVGA hybrid solution. You can also pick up any Reference design and buy the EVGA Hybrid cooler separate for it.

But essentially the only full coverage water cooled solution for these cards currently are from EKWB I believe.
 
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Nothing fancy. I wonder if i should flip the rear exhaust fan
post #10958 of 15665
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Hi everybody,

If somebody has the EVGA 980Ti Hydro Copper please share some pictures with the LEDS on! Such sexy card.

Will throw up some pictures soon as I get a chance.. Got two of these bad boys!
post #10959 of 15665
Hi,

Would just like to ask for some advice regarding the Gigabyte 980 Ti Xtreme.

The card has been with me 2 days and is all fine and dandy EXCEPT for the LED's! I cannot seem to change the colors using OC Guru II.

Here are the steps I did since getting the card:

1. Boot into safe mode
2. Run DDU and Shutdown
3. Remove previous card (R9 390X)
4. Install 980 Ti and boot up
5. Install Drivers (using the latest Hotfix from nvidia)
6. Install OC Guru II (ver. 1.96)

The fixes that I've tried are:

1. Re-install drivers
2. Turn off LED's in GeForce Experience
3. Re-install OC Guru II (also tried older versions)

Here are the scenarios that I keep encountering:

1. IF OC Guru installs correctly, the moment I mess around with the LED it immediately turns off all the LED's and won't turn on even after a restart
2. OC Guru II encounters the error "1628" failed installation

I have got it to work ONCE, and upon a restart I lose all LED's.

Is there any fix to this?

Thanks!
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Will throw up some pictures soon as I get a chance.. Got two of these bad boys!

Thanks mate. I want to see how the LED's look when turned on specifically. Looking forward!
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