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Uh...
I think we are not communicating. headscratch.gif

I'm going by the shown number in Afterburner. You are doubling that, right?
For some reason I thought your number was a mis-type and you meant 6010MHz! laughingsmiley.gif

OK. You probably don't think it's funny...
Exactly. It was just at stock

So after watching jayz video twice and watching gauges like a hawk I found my card to do +75 on core +250 on memory voltage is at 75% power is 115% and NOT using curve as of yet.

Got heaven from 2928 to 3097 and superposition from max ever of 4398 to 4487. Woooo
So don't just cowboy it up and dump sliders to lalaland execrimg epic numbers. I think i got this down now thumb.gif oh I got valley to 4906. Didn't get a before 1080p. Testing 1440p ultra now

Temps top at 42 still but smoother runs. Next, to gaming!
Edited by stephenn82 - 9/18/17 at 9:04pm
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1440p barely moved up, only by 4 points lol

What's great is my board isn't memory speed locked. And most of my benchmark scores at 1440p on this mild touched 1080 spank the 1080p scores of my heavily modded 390!!!

I can dig it

Ran the Div for a bit and ran very well and smooth. Forgot I removed BF1. May redownload and play tomorrow
Edited by stephenn82 - 9/18/17 at 9:58pm
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Hi everyone. I am thinking in putting my 1080 under water. I was thinking in getting a Kraken G12. A single 120mm AIO is enough to cool a heavily OCed 1080 at decent fan RPMs (~1000)?
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Hi everyone. I am thinking in putting my 1080 under water. I was thinking in getting a Kraken G12. A single 120mm AIO is enough to cool a heavily OCed 1080 at decent fan RPMs (~1000)?

A 120mm rad with 1200-1450RPM fan speed gives you roughly the same performance as a triple slot Aorus style cooler with fans going at 100%.

A 240mm/360mm is more ideal if you want low noise.
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A 120mm rad with 1200-1450RPM fan speed gives you roughly the same performance as a triple slot Aorus style cooler with fans going at 100%.

A 240mm/360mm is more ideal if you want low noise.

Good to know. I have a 120mm AIO hanging around for when I feel like putting it on. The Windforce triple fan is good enough for now.

I have a 280mm AIO on my CPU (ryzen 95w) how do you think it would do if I someday modded it to include the 1080 (with a cpu block on just the core)?
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Good to know. I have a 120mm AIO hanging around for when I feel like putting it on. The Windforce triple fan is good enough for now.

I have a 280mm AIO on my CPU (ryzen 95w) how do you think it would do if I someday modded it to include the 1080 (with a cpu block on just the core)?

Just make sure they're similar metals and you will be OK. IIRC most AIOs use Aluminium radiators which are really bad news with copper blocks unless you use Automotive strength coolants.
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Just make sure they're similar metals and you will be OK. IIRC most AIOs use Aluminium radiators which are really bad news with copper blocks unless you use Automotive strength coolants.
No it's still bad
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No it's still bad

Agreed. Potential mixed metals problems aside, those pumps aren't really made for "add ons".
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Copper block and aluminium is used in a lot of AIOs, but some of them give 5 years of warranty, like Corsair. I always will recommend a proper custom loop, either copper or aluminium, but not mixed, but using AIOs is a performance-to-cost effective. I was thinking in getting a custom loop, but it is not worth comparing the temps and the price of using two AIOs to cool CPU and GPU. I delay that purchase.

Also, the 120mm radiator is used in the Fury X and the Vega 64, which consumes A LOT. Are you guys sure that a 120mm radiator is so limited to cool a 1080, that is consuming much less?
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Copper block and aluminium is used in a lot of AIOs, but some of them give 5 years of warranty, like Corsair. I always will recommend a proper custom loop, either copper or aluminium, but not mixed, but using AIOs is a performance-to-cost effective. I was thinking in getting a custom loop, but it is not worth comparing the temps and the price of using two AIOs to cool CPU and GPU. I delay that purchase.

Also, the 120mm radiator is used in the Fury X and the Vega 64, which consumes A LOT. Are you guys sure that a 120mm radiator is so limited to cool a 1080, that is consuming much less?

Can it do it? Sure. Will it keep it cool enough to boost / overclock very high? Probably not.

You're talking about two very different architectures. The Fury doesn't care what temps it runs at, it just chugs along until it's too hot, and then will throttle. The pascal architecture, and boost 3.0 make adjustments ALL the time. As temps rise, boost 3.0 will make adjustments to either lower clock or lower voltage to keep the GPU performing as it should

If you're not looking for high overclocks, and high benchmark scores, it should work just fine.
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