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I'm finding always more people that get higher idle temperature with the new drivers, hope that nvidia will solve this issue.
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Originally Posted by rockmassif View Post

Hey guys, I have a question.

I want to watercool my reference design GPU but I really love the look of it so I thought to myself, is it possible to only remove the heatsink+glass part of the cooler and install the AIO cooler there, does it still touch the GPU that way or can I install like that? Or how can I make it possible?


http://forums.evga.com/980-Ti-Hybrid-Pump-Constant-Buzzing-Noise-RMA-m2361427.aspx#2365200

I just found this, so it is quite possible and not even hard to do. If anyone was interested, have a look.
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I'd like to sign up. Just received mine!



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I have a wierd problem, i figure i can post it here since it started when i put my 980 ti in my system. I've had crashes and inconsistent overclocking results. Today i got a whole pc lock up, no bsod or something like that, straight up freeze and then my pc shut itself of. I know my cpu is stable, because it passes the stresstests. But i figured out today, if i overclock my cpu, the whole system freezes after a while and my gpu overclock goes instable. But my gpu overclock runs fine and no freezes when my cpu is at stock. First i thought it was the psu, but i tested it in my heavily overclocked amd pc and it ran fine and it surely draws more power than my inte/nvidia pc. So now it feels like it is not the psu, but what is it? I swear it ran fine with my 290 in it, absolutely no problems.
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I have a wierd problem, i figure i can post it here since it started when i put my 980 ti in my system. I've had crashes and inconsistent overclocking results. Today i got a whole pc lock up, no bsod or something like that, straight up freeze and then my pc shut itself of. I know my cpu is stable, because it passes the stresstests. But i figured out today, if i overclock my cpu, the whole system freezes after a while and my gpu overclock goes instable. But my gpu overclock runs fine and no freezes when my cpu is at stock. First i thought it was the psu, but i tested it in my heavily overclocked amd pc and it ran fine and it surely draws more power than my inte/nvidia pc. So now it feels like it is not the psu, but what is it? I swear it ran fine with my 290 in it, absolutely no problems.


what PSU are you using?
Have you done any overclocking on your GPU? whats everything set at?

also what brand gpu?
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Originally Posted by Alpina 7 View Post

what PSU are you using?
Have you done any overclocking on your GPU? whats everything set at?

also what brand gpu?
Using a rm750 (will probably change it out) yes gpu is clocked to 1500 mhz with 1.255v (under water) it is a reference gigabyte
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I'd like to sign up. Just received mine!



What are those fittings?
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You can run a GPU using a single cable with the splitters on one end fine and may not encounter problems with it. But it's not gonna keep you safe from things like, molten sockets, poor OC overhead, etc.

A cable can carry the needed current or Amps just fine. They will heat up on Overloading but can sustain it til breaking point.

What you should avoid is the pins themselves. They don't have a solid contact to their connections when plugged in. They heat up way before overloading the wires and/or your PSU internals. Once they do, thermal expansion kicks in tending them to have a looser grip. And the process goes on. They will come to a point where they will eventually burn.

I know, I've seen one myself. Not on the GPU but on my mobo.

Just stay safe, power the GPU individually per socket. Same goes for multi-gpu set-up.

After all, there's an obvious reason why they split up the connectors. Just keep it safe.

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Originally Posted by Koniakki View Post

So, lets take it from another point of view... You seem already set on doing the G10 mod so we might as well say that you already paid $465 for a 970 in total.

And for an extra $200 you can get a 980Ti Hybrid? Well, even if you are gonna have the card for a minimum of 1 year, I believe is money well spend. You might not "need" it now, but I would take a 980Ti over a 970 for a plus $200 any time.

But maybe that's just me.. tongue.gif

P.S: But if you are probably not going to do the G10, then that's a +$325 which is still a good sum for getting a 980Ti hybrid over a 970 but its still a lot for an upgrade, especially for an upgrade that might be not "needed".

It all comes down to how you look at it. tongue.gif

Ditto. Should get the 980 ti and never look back thumb.gif
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What are those fittings?
How reliable are they?

I use all monsoon fittings. I've used them for a while and never had any issues with them.

http://monsooncooling.com/fittings.php
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Just created a thread about this,but figured i'd asked here as well:

Just installed a new EVGA 980 ti Hrdra and I can't seem to use all three monitors. Displayport keeps disconnecting. I've tried a regular DVi to DP, DVI to Active DP, HDMI to DP, and a few others. It only disconnects in gaming or benchmarks. Any help is appreciated.

3x Monitors currently connected:

1x 1440p - DVI to Active DP
1x 1080p DVI to DVI
1x 1080p HDMI to HDMI
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