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Its normal on AIR

Just some dust on the backplate

LOL

^^


My pc is in contact with AIR, not on a vacuum chamber tongue.gif
Edited by karelbastos - 8/9/16 at 10:26am
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Originally Posted by KillerBee33 View Post

How's that Hybrid kit treating 1080? Have you seen 60's?

Doesn't fit on the zotac amp, But even if it does, it's very difficult to mount since there's no heatplate holes to guide the cooler legs to be in line with the screw holes. Now I'm using the AMP cooler itself but with two gentle typhoon and liquid metal thermal paste.

I believe there's also a plastic cover around the die to protect it, might also be causing fitment issues with the hybird cooler.


2 phase vram, and the vram chips itself don't get covered btw if you use the hybrid cooler.

What copper heatsink would ocn members suggest getting?
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Doesn't fit on the zotac amp, But even if it does, it's very difficult to mount since there's no heatplate holes to guide the cooler legs to be in line with the screw holes. Now I'm using the AMP cooler itself but with two gentle typhoon and liquid metal thermal paste.

I believe there's also a plastic cover around the die to protect it, might also be causing fitment issues with the hybird cooler.


2 phase vram, and the vram chips itself don't get covered btw if you use the hybrid cooler.

What copper heatsink would ocn members suggest getting?
What about the FE or this ""http://www.overclock.net/t/1601323/gtx-1080-fe-ref-hybrid-guide-minimal-tools-clean-look"" wasnt you?
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Tested more here


And i really don't know why after WATER COOLED the two ZOTAC GTX 1080 FE i can't reach the same clock speed as before 2025 stable

And can't reach the same performance on benchmarks.


For me, lowe the temps will give me better results, but this not happen to me frown.gif



Any of you guys, have a explanation ?


Thanks

Mas i arrive nor stable is 2000mhz and 150 less points on benchmarks like HEAVEN.


BEFORE 67-70 C - NOW 45 - 50 C

I'm getting the same here.

I was able to run +152 for an final speed of ~2025-2050mhz when on air with the FE card running at about 65c and the EVGA SC at about 55c.

After 2xEK blocks, temps are much lower, both hovering around 40-50c at full load (I don't have a super efficient loop, I prefer silence and look, so-so performance (delta T) is fine for me) I haven't tried squeezing it yet, but from roughly adjusting settings in AB, I was able to get +100 to run, and it would clock to about 2000mhz.

I did notice though that the clocks didn't vary AT ALL, whereas when I was running the cards on air, even at stock clocks, the clocks were constantly bouncing all over the place during gaming or Firestrike Ultra. Once they were put on water, the clock went right to 2000mhz and sat until whatever I was running was 100% done (benchmark, gaming, etc.). I chalk it up to GPU Boost 3.0 working as intended. I think people (myself very much included) need to better understand how GPU Boost 3.0 works, how it works differently than prior versions, and what it means for squeezing performance out of the cards (not necessarily higher clocks).
post #4836 of 11237
On air, over 2100 would fail. under water 2139 is 100 percent stable. Been folding for a few days now 24/7 no issues. (At least yet smile.gif )
post #4837 of 11237
So I just ordered the EVGA hybrid AIO cooler for my 1080. Currently I can't seem to put more than +145 or so on the clock and the boost ranges from 1980-2025mhz from a few of the previous comments I've read it sounds like the water cooling should keep that boost clock up into the 2000's correct? On air I normally hit between 65-70C and there does seem to be some fluttering or well bounce which seems to me like thermal throttling even though it isn't at 82C. Anyone that can confirm this?

Also I am thinking about trying the liquid metal tdp mod as my card does seem to reach this tdp when playing overwatch and I think that is what was causing my previous OC's to fail but its weird as these overclocks didnt fail before I upgraded to windows 10 + new motherboard and processor.
post #4838 of 11237
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Originally Posted by karelbastos View Post

Its normal on AIR

Just some dust on the backplate

LOL

^^


My pc is in contact with AIR, not on a vacuum chamber tongue.gif

It's normal without filters maybe.... :-)

All intakes should be filtered. On anything. In existence.
post #4839 of 11237
I have pretty good cards on me atm, FTW models that boost to 2114 if cooled correctly (open case, 85%+ fan). Memory goes up to 5500 without a blink. Now, what tears me up is - TXP vs dual 1080s considering how bad SLI is lately...
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I have pretty good cards on me atm, FTW models that boost to 2114 if cooled correctly (open case, 85%+ fan). Memory goes up to 5500 without a blink. Now, what tears me up is - TXP vs dual 1080s considering how bad SLI is lately...
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