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For those out there wondering how the Hybrid Mod behave did some more tests

Dont mind the gpu scale clocks, actually the numbers would be 1000 actually 2000 on the gpu clocks (in this case 2100 MAX) as the program dont read correctly the GPU speed and represent it on the scale but the graph is accurate

Hybrid mod 1080 test

82F ambient Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Extreme 95F ambient thanks to yesterday chicagos weather Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Really nice temps! So you are detailing that I could switch the 980Ti Hybrid cooler onto a reference 1080? If so that would be great, maybe I can do two nvidia reference in SLI with a hybrid on top??

Here is what I have now, two 980Ti, Hybrid up top (learned my lesson from my 7970 sapphire vapor-x's in X-Fire when considering the temps of the top card were +10c from the bottom card), and the MSI 6G on the bottom.

Let me know if I can do this. thumb.gif

post #5392 of 6175
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Really nice temps! So you are detailing that I could switch the 980Ti Hybrid cooler onto a reference 1080? If so that would be great, maybe I can do two nvidia reference in SLI with a hybrid on top??

Here is what I have now, two 980Ti, Hybrid up top (learned my lesson from my 7970 sapphire vapor-x's in X-Fire when considering the temps of the top card were +10c from the bottom card), and the MSI 6G on the bottom.

Let me know if I can do this. thumb.gif


Yep, that's what I did bought a evga 980ti hybrid set for $39 bucks and that was it.
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Yep, that's what I did bought a evga 980ti hybrid set for $39 bucks and that was it.

So, here is a question for you. Since you bought a set, did you get thermal pads and things along with it? What if I take apart the 980Ti and the pads do not come off clean etc... Do you remember what else I would need, thermal pads and sizes? I would probably want to order those "in-advance" of the mod so I don't hit delays for silly things like that.
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So, here is a question for you. Since you bought a set, did you get thermal pads and things along with it? What if I take apart the 980Ti and the pads do not come off clean etc... Do you remember what else I would need, thermal pads and sizes? I would probably want to order those "in-advance" of the mod so I don't hit delays for silly things like that.

Meh, maybe buying a set is better? Then I can sell an un-modified hybrid... Duh...
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Meh, maybe buying a set is better? Then I can sell an un-modified hybrid... Duh...

You can do that you dont need nothing else for the gpu... Other than the block and rad itself from the kit
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Yep, that's what I did bought a evga 980ti hybrid set for $39 bucks and that was it.

Where did you find one for $39?
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Amazon 3rd party sellers. Supposedly was used but it was brand new
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http://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages/gigabyte-geforce-gtx-1080-g1-gaming-review,1.html

TL;DR version
performance and overclocking is the same as all 1080s
MSI cooler is better

MSI GAMING X = 70C 39dBA
Gigabyte G1 GAMING = 72C 41dBA
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yeah I felt like MSI Gaming X is > G1 1080 (cooler wise), but honestly the difference is tiny and Gaming X costs almost 150 EUR mroe in my local shops
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yeah I felt like MSI Gaming X is > G1 1080 (cooler wise), but honestly the difference is tiny and Gaming X costs almost 150 EUR mroe in my local shops
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