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also : has anyone tried this - http://overclocking.guide/increase-the-nvidia-power-limit-all-cards/
Edited by Bensmooth - Today at 11:16 am

I have been wanting to try this when I get some time to take things apart. My cards lose stability at 1500, so the extra volts would probably help out with a bigger OC, but my loop water is already running at 44 degC under load. I am not sure how much more heat I could get rid of without baking things.
post #14332 of 16231
seriously, forget the shunt mod. once the core temp hits as low as ~60c, stability goes out the window and adding volts just makes it worse for maxwell.

E:
i am talking about pushing the card further wink.gif
Edited by looniam - 9/28/16 at 7:43pm
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Before I submerged them, my cards were running around 80 degC and were stable. What why do think stability will be lost ~60?
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seriously, forget the shunt mod. once the core temp hits as low as ~60c, stability goes out the window and adding volts just makes it worse for maxwell.

E:
i am talking about pushing the card further wink.gif

Depending on mods installed and graphics settings GTA V can push my card to 85c and it's perfectly stable. I don't think I've seen any GPU become unstable at 60c. Unless it's related to watercooling, but even then cards shouldn't get to that temp.
 
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Tip to a good aftermarked cooler for my old 980TI?

Was under water (since someone ruined one of the fans, the temp was high) but I changed it out for a 1080 instead. It need to be on air. Size dosen't matter.
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Tip to a good aftermarked cooler for my old 980TI?

Was under water (since someone ruined one of the fans, the temp was high) but I changed it out for a 1080 instead. It need to be on air. Size dosen't matter.

who's the manufacturer? Is it a reference card, or EVGA SC or G1 Gaming etc..?
 
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who's the manufacturer? Is it a reference card, or EVGA SC or G1 Gaming etc..?

Zotac AMP!. Reference PCB. I used a refrence Titan X/980TI WB from EK on it. smile.gif
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Zotac AMP!. Reference PCB. I used a refrence Titan X/980TI WB from EK on it. smile.gif

If I had a choice for a reference PCB I would choose this, but they don't seem to be available anywhere.
 
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seriously, forget the shunt mod. once the core temp hits as low as ~60c, stability goes out the window and adding volts just makes it worse for maxwell.

E:
i am talking about pushing the card further wink.gif

Then my water cooled ones are odd ball out. They are not shunt mod, but have 1.274V pushed through them. So far they have never seen 60C. At most they stay around 38-42C while folding (ambient 25C), or 48-50C when doing PrimeGrid (ambient 25C). Mostly let them cruise at 1506MHz of late. Once Winter hits (if you even call it a Winter down here) I will probably bump them back up a bit.
 
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Zotac AMP!. Reference PCB. I used a refrence Titan X/980TI WB from EK on it. smile.gif

If the PCB is 100% Reference then the Evga Hybrid kit is the best for you, I know you say "Air" but the Hybrid is Awesome cooler smile.gif

also you can buy the ACX cooler from EVGA..
    
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