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Hi,

Is it safe to use Thermal Grizzly - Conductonaut liquid metal with these blocks?

Thank you,
Edited by nrpeyton - 11/19/16 at 6:54pm
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post #312 of 348
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So I got done with the loop, had an issue, but it's running non the less. So far my 1080 amp extreme does not go past 49c on furmark at 15 minutes in.

what were you getting before? on air?
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It would go up to 70C with the fans on high. Under normal gaming it never goes past 45C with the gpx nexxxos.
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It would go up to 70C with the fans on high. Under normal gaming it never goes past 45C with the gpx nexxxos.

thank you :-)
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post #315 of 348
ZOTAC GTX 1060 GPX

post #316 of 348
So I just ordered a block for my 1080.
But has anyone put a thermal temp sensor in the block (passive heatsink part) to control a fan to cool it?

I have thermal sensors and was thinking of drilling a small hole in the plate, then use thermal glue to hold a temp sensor in there to control some fans.
Edited by ejohnson - 12/16/16 at 6:43pm
post #317 of 348
Thank you for making a block for the EVGA GTX 1060 ITX cards! It opens up cooling options for me in the future!
https://www.alphacool.com/shop/gpu-cooler/nvidia-fullsize/21648/alphacool-nexxxos-gpx-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1060-m01-mit-backplate-schwarz
https://www.alphacool.com/shop/gpu-cooler/nvidia-gpx-upgrade-kit/21649/alphacool-upgrade-kit-fuer-nexxxos-gpx-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1060-m01-schwarz-ohne-gpx-solo

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post #318 of 348
any solution yet for the sli connector ?? many seem to complain they will pop out sooner or latter !...
http://www.performance-pcs.com/alphacool-gpx-sli-connector-triple.html#Customer-Reviews

at least any workaround ?..

the only reason i want this connector over other's is because it is simple to install (just pop in) but a simple latch or locking mechanism will save A LOT of headache and negative comments you read from time to time over this product !...

thanks...
post #319 of 348
We sold hundreds of that SLI bridges and we are using them in some of our PCs. So no idea what the people are doing but they do not pop out if you are using them correctly.
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We sold hundreds of that SLI bridges and we are using them in some of our PCs. So no idea what the people are doing but they do not pop out if you are using them correctly.

I would like to see at least how firm those bridges pop in and whether there is a resistance or not from poping out in a video or something ??...

all those negative feedback make me kinda worried, and why can't you do a simple lock or anything to 100% Guarantee Securing them in place and never even have to go through such feedback from clients claiming they pop out at some point ?!...

thanks,
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