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If you don't mind minor modifications, they should all fit. With my EK blocks, I just took off the LED/designed front (simple screws from the back), and then clipped the points on the PCB with a wire cutter, and it fit right in with my EK blocks and EK liquid bridge.

I don't think any waterblocks fit with it stock currently.
Thx mate, i have heard in titan x topic that aqua computer would fit, i really want to rig looks like beast, i need that led, everything will be related to green in my build.
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Hey guys. Is it safe to use Coollab liquid pro on the 1080?

IMHO its not really safe since there are SMD parts around the die.

it would be safe when you cover those parts with clearcoat or plastidip or a TIM from Shin Etsu which is not conductive.

I've re applied thermal paste many times on my 1080 and never an issue. I've used MX4 but not had to go with cm extreme fusion x1 which appears to work a little better. The components around the gpu is not affected by the thermal paste or most of those you get these days. But I still prefer to apply just enough to cover the die when pressing down the cooler hs.

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Hey guys. Is it safe to use Coollab liquid pro on the 1080?
ueah if you cover the capacitors/resistors around the die.
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Originally Posted by IronAge View Post

Have you tried this Review Sample Bios from Palit ?

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/183823/palit-gtx1080-8192-160601

Boost Clock 1886 ... thats very likely the Gamerock Premium Bios ... and usually Review Sample Bios are not bad. biggrin.gif

This would be right bios for me. Thanks.

One more stupid and maybe silly question. Can I update bios from Windows? It has been long time that I have updated VGA bios and I'm pretty sure something has changed in couple (read: ten) of years. So I am asking instructions how to do this? Sorry for all the trouble and thanks anyone whos willing to help newbie out. smile.gif
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No need to say sorry ... we are here to help.

flashing works well under Windows these days ... in fact you need Windows command line to flash the Bios

download this file and unpack it:

http://www13.zippyshare.com/v/BjqTjBZ3/file.html

copy the downloaded rom to the same folder

open windows command line with admin rights and change to the unpack folder and enter:

nvflash -6 biosname.rom

confirm with y and wait until nvflash has finished

use DDU http://www.wagnardmobile.com/?q=node/94 to wipe the driver and the device entries, restart the System and reinstall driver

btw: it is recommended backing up the orignial Bios of your graphics card using gpu-z or nvflash before you flash a different one.
Edited by IronAge - 8/24/16 at 10:22am
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No need to say sorry ... we are here to help.

flashing works well under Windows these days ... in fact you need Windows command line to flash the Bios

download this file and unpack it:

http://www13.zippyshare.com/v/BjqTjBZ3/file.html

copy the downloaded rom to the same folder

open windows command line with admin rights and change to the unpack folder and enter:

nvflash -6 biosname.rom

confirm with y and wait until nvflash has finished

use DDU http://www.wagnardmobile.com/?q=node/94 to wipe the driver and the device entries, restart the System and reinstall driver

btw: it is recommended backing up the orignial Bios of your graphics card using gpu-z or nvflash before you flash a different one.

Did all the steps and card works now perfectly. (10 minutes of gameplay)

On regular bios it boosts around 1800. Now its +2000 all the time. Now I can finally get rid of afterburner.

Thanks for all the help. You really made my day! thumb.gif

E: If you guys can run gamerock premium clocks on your jetstream I can recommend this if you don't want to use 3rd party software to OC.
Edited by newguy69 - 8/24/16 at 10:44am
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thanks for giving feedback that it has worked well for you.
post #5698 of 11183
FINALLY the right bridge (4 slots) arrived from china

29171850476_bdeb155cc2_b.jpg



the bridge is the oddly unadvertised GALAX HB SLi bridge
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FINALLY the right bridge (4 slots) arrived from china

29171850476_bdeb155cc2_b.jpg



the bridge is the oddly unadvertised GALAX HB SLi bridge

Wow
this looks amazing smile.gif
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Can an I5-6600k@4.5 ghz be bottlenecking a zotac 1080 amp edition?

I had a 1070 amp edition and I could overclock it decently, I was scoring 95fps in Heaven, and 5800-5900 in timespy..


The 1080 I'm scoring 109-115 in heaven and 6780 (so far) in timespy, but overclocking isnt netting any where near the gains I seen with my 1070..

I mean with the 1080 going from stock clocks to +100core/+250 memory I'm getting like 4fps difference from stock clocks in heaven, does that make sense?
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