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I was thinking, since the MSI 1080 Seahawk uses a Corsair H55 cooler, could you technically replace it with a H110 for example since it has the same pump/mounting design?

I wonder if anyone has opened one up yet to check.
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the new xoc bios is the best, can use 1.2v and no throttling! (for me at least)
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the new xoc bios is the best, can use 1.2v and no throttling! (for me at least)

+1. Finally a good OC bios. thumb.gif
 
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how are you guys controlling the voltage mine tops out at 1.112 on this bios and the power/temp limits are greyed out so I cant adjust them????
   
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how are you guys controlling the voltage mine tops out at 1.112 on this bios and the power/temp limits are greyed out so I cant adjust them????

ya the power and temp limits are maxed so make sure you got good cooling. Use the curve to get the voltage up to 1.2, someone posted a good description on how to do it a couple pages back.
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Any one running the Gigabyte Extreme Gaming 1080 and how do you like it ?
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When i overclock i can hit 2050 mhz but it only last few minutes till card hits 65c and then it speed down to 2000-2012mhz....i thought maybe we can do something so card keep working 100% ,unless it is really overheated at 80c...
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I was thinking, since the MSI 1080 Seahawk uses a Corsair H55 cooler, could you technically replace it with a H110 for example since it has the same pump/mounting design?

I wonder if anyone has opened one up yet to check.

You probably could, but why bother?

If you're going to go that direction it would be cheaper to get the Gaming, an NZXT G10 bracket, and then the H110. Save yourself $20 and end up with the exact same thing.
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Which OC software are people using, I tried Asus GPU Tweak II and it was horrible, wouldn't even load at startup.
Went back to MSI Afterburner and it just works.

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I was thinking, since the MSI 1080 Seahawk uses a Corsair H55 cooler, could you technically replace it with a H110 for example since it has the same pump/mounting design?

I wonder if anyone has opened one up yet to check.

No it actually uses a different mount, same pump etc, simular to the MSI GTX980ti Seahawk:
http://media.gamersnexus.net/images/media/2015/nvidia/sea-hawk/msi-sea-hawk-9.jpg

You can't change the mounting plate to a different AIO cooler without it leaking.
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Alright, you cant just click it you need to use command prompt. I will list all steps needed.

1. Make a folder called "nvflash" that is located in the root of the C: drive (where the program files, and windows folders are). Put both nvflash.exe and nvflsh64.sys in there. Also put both the roms in there. The oc strix and the old rom. I renamed the roms, strix.rom and old.rom.

2. Open command prompt with administrative by going to start menu, and typing "cmd". Then when "cmd.exe" shows up, right click it and click run as administrator.

3. Now that command prompt is open we want to move to the nvflash folder where all the stuff is. Type "cd c:\nvflash" without the quotes.

4. Now we can flash cards.
First,
"nvflash -i0 --protectoff" no quotes, screen will flicker, wait about 10 seconds.

Then type,
"nvflash -i0 -6 strix.rom" no quotes, your screen will flicker and it will ask you TWICE if you really want to do this. Press the key "y" each time to continue.

You will have to reboot to take effect, and possible reinstall drivers. If you named your rom different than strix.rom put that instead.

To go back to your original rom follow the same steps except use old.rom in place of strix.rom.


PLEASE, make sure you have another graphics card (or an integrated GPU) in case something goes wrong and you need to use it to "unbrick" your card. If that does happen, you will have to perform additional steps that are not listed above.
What is this command -i0 for? I flashed my card without using it.
Also do we have to use --protecton after flashing?
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