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Originally Posted by Alexyy View Post

Hey, I've got myself a EVGA 980ti SC that I'm wanting to watercool, when searching for a GPU block, I ran into some walls...

It turns out my GPU isn't compatible with any full cover blocks as it uses a slightly different EVGA PCB variant, Pictured here.




Here's my GPU,

is this true? am i fked?

Even if it's a different PCB variant, I'd imagine the part going over the die should fit as that should be standard. Worst case scenario you can go without the shroud but at least the hottest part is still cooled. That's assuming you're referring to the hybrid kit and not custom loop stuff. Shoot an email out if unsure about the product!
post #13992 of 16162
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Originally Posted by zergslayer69 View Post

Even if it's a different PCB variant, I'd imagine the part going over the die should fit as that should be standard. Worst case scenario you can go without the shroud but at least the hottest part is still cooled. That's assuming you're referring to the hybrid kit and not custom loop stuff. Shoot an email out if unsure about the product!
Looking to get a full cover block so yeah custom.
post #13993 of 16162
I think the Titan X blocks fit.

This the list that shows which cards it can fit.

https://www.ekwb.com/configurator/waterblock/3831109830567
 
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post #13994 of 16162
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I think the Titan X blocks fit.

This the list that shows which cards it can fit.

https://www.ekwb.com/configurator/waterblock/3831109830567

I did, One i own is highlighted
http://image.prntscr.com/image/05c46bf5ecc540738c91b376a8d343c8.png
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I thought so, I think one of my Tis is a SC. But can't remember and the boxes are in my storage unit in town.
 
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I want to buy a 980ti, and iam between 980ti zotac extreme, 980ti msi gaming and 980ti asus matrix.
I cant decide which of them to buy.All is at the same price.

Which the deferemce between 980ti matrix and 980ti matrix platinum? Excepet the out of the box clock speed, is any other difference?

Zotac is good, not sure about warranty for non-UK citizens. MSI is good too, but warranty is absolutely horrible. ASUS is OK, warranty, once again, decent but not fantastic. MSI warranty is horrible. I'd go for the Zotac, never gone wrong with them in the past.
post #13997 of 16162
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I thought so, I think one of my Tis is a SC. But can't remember and the boxes are in my storage unit in town.

there ought to be a yellow/gold SC lit up by the 8/6 pin conntectors; at least mine does.

as far as the waterblock discussion; i am getting a uni block (EK-VGA supremacy) and a 4 pin pmw adapter, word from a trusted person (jmpboy) that the cooling plate does well enough to cool the vrms/vram with a fan on it.

should have that tomorrow and may get to add it to my loop this week end. smile.gif
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there ought to be a yellow/gold SC lit up by the 8/6 pin conntectors; at least mine does.

as far as the waterblock discussion; i am getting a uni block (EK-VGA supremacy) and a 4 pin pmw adapter, word from a trusted person (jmpboy) that the cooling plate does well enough to cool the vrms/vram with a fan on it.

should have that tomorrow and may get to add it to my loop this week end. smile.gif

Indeed. I have a G10 Kraken on my 960 and left its plate on. Runs like a champ. Reason I nabbing some uni blocks for my folder rig's other GPUs.
 
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Hey guys I just got a Asus Strix 980 TI !! Im coming from a GTX 780 ACX cooled card... Now This card is basically new.. i know there are better cards out there right now but i got this card for $370.... ive gotten a pretty steady OC.. but nothing like what i used to get on my 780.. I had a skynet custom bios on my 780 and I used to get 1200mhz stable.. thats from 900mhz stock clock speeds... now im in game Rainbow 6 siege and im @ like 1450mhz.. but


I am wondering if there are any custom bios's for the ASUS Strix 980 TI. similar to the one I have on the 780..
More voltage
More wattage
Constant frequency.. as in the max OC does not throttle ..
the Throttling is annoying IMO

Anything helps.. I did end up downloading one from Mr.Dark its called

980 Stix Dark.zip I found it on another thread... I can upload it ..

at the end of the day I just want to know where i can get pointed to so I can get the most performance out of the 980TI... im hoping I can get similar to a 1070.. because thats the card I was planning to get and go this one instead because of the price !!

Thanks guys
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Hey guys I just got a Asus Strix 980 TI !! Im coming from a GTX 780 ACX cooled card... Now This card is basically new.. i know there are better cards out there right now but i got this card for $370.... ive gotten a pretty steady OC.. but nothing like what i used to get on my 780.. I had a skynet custom bios on my 780 and I used to get 1200mhz stable.. thats from 900mhz stock clock speeds... now im in game Rainbow 6 siege and im @ like 1450mhz.. but


I am wondering if there are any custom bios's for the ASUS Strix 980 TI. similar to the one I have on the 780..
More voltage
More wattage
Constant frequency.. as in the max OC does not throttle ..
the Throttling is annoying IMO

Anything helps.. I did end up downloading one from Mr.Dark its called

980 Stix Dark.zip I found it on another thread... I can upload it ..

at the end of the day I just want to know where i can get pointed to so I can get the most performance out of the 980TI... im hoping I can get similar to a 1070.. because thats the card I was planning to get and go this one instead because of the price !!

Thanks guys

I would see if someone could mod a copy of your own bios.
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