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Originally Posted by tps3443 View Post

My card runs about 72C at 100% fan speed is this normal? It's a reference 1080.

Idle is about 40 or so.

I've seen review(s) reporting low 60s at 100% fan. Don't think ambient was mentioned though.
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Much better, ty, and nice temps, especially idle, but what's your ambient temp? Is your house an igloo? tongue.gif

hahaha not even close to an igloo, sadly...I have no AC in my room, but I live 7 floors above ground so it's a bit colder than local temp. I can't really tell because I have no instrument to measure that, but I guess 4 or 5 degrees lower than local temp outside? IDK...When idling I always get something like 5 degrees higher than local temp, must be 10 above room temp or so...

Maybe I have a good piece of sylicon, IDK, I get a pretty mediocre overclock (2126mhz@stock Voltage). What makes a HUGE difference is case air flow. If you don't have impecable airflow, with fans on the side blowing cold air to the card, I suggest you keep your side panel open. Wouldn't mind 70C if these cards didn't throttle so much with temperature increase. With 55-60 I can keep a steady 2100mhz under load, and I'm happy with that.
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So first time using liquid metal didnt expect much load cpu temps drop with 4-5C but my 1080 drop with 3C on idle and 8-10 on load i have 35-37C in 3Dmark now this will even go down few deg. in some games haha this thermal grizzly is really good
Will post screenshots tomorrow if i have some time
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So first time using liquid metal didnt expect much load cpu temps drop with 4-5C but my 1080 drop with 3C on idle and 8-10 on load i have 35-37C in 3Dmark now this will even go down few deg. in some games haha this thermal grizzly is really good
Will post screenshots tomorrow if i have some time

8-10 degrees only by changing normal paste for liquid metal? The's veeery nice! Which card do you have? And which cooler?
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8-10 degrees only by changing normal paste for liquid metal? The's veeery nice! Which card do you have? And which cooler?

Gigabyte 1080 G1 Gaming Kraken G10 + Thermatake 3.0 Extreme S 240mm
But i'm changing it for Arctic Cooling Liquid Freezer 240 thicker rad
I didnt expect more than 2-3C drop but the gpu temps was big and good suprise
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So my GTX 770 is starting to showing her age... And I really want a new card. Convince me to buy a 1080 (I really want one but it is a bit expensive) and What model are you recommending?
I am playing at 1080p but I want to ascent to Glorious 4K when there are good 4K IPS 120+ Hz monitors out (More for futureproofing, not really to play all games at 4K 120Hz) So I do not need to buy a monitor every 2 years.)
Edited by Archang3l - 8/26/16 at 3:11pm
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So my GTX 770 is starting to showing her age... And I really want a new card. Convince me to buy a 1080 (I really want one but it is a bit expensive) and What model are you recommending?
I am playing at 1080p but I want to ascent to Glorious 4K when there are good 4K IPS 120+ Hz monitors out.

If you really want good 4K go for Titan X Pascal or wait for 1080 TI cause 1080
is still not 100% 4k card
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If you really want good 4K go for Titan X Pascal or wait for 1080 TI cause 1080
is still not 100% 4k card

I know, but TItan is waay to expensive for me and I just want a good 4K screen for future proofing I plan to keep that monitor for at least 7 years then + you can still play games at 1080 or 1440p right? or just settings a bit less.
I just want to have a great card I can keep for 4 maybe 5 years
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So my GTX 770 is starting to showing her age... And I really want a new card. Convince me to buy a 1080 (I really want one but it is a bit expensive) and What model are you recommending?
I am playing at 1080p but I want to ascent to Glorious 4K when there are good 4K IPS 120+ Hz monitors out.

To be able to play at 4K@120 you will always need two cards of the Titan level. Each year or max two years. Games advance and 4k@120Hz is extremely difficult to reach.
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To be able to play at 4K@120 you will always need two cards of the Titan level. Each year or max two years. Games advance and 4k@120Hz is extremely difficult to reach.
I know, edited my post, 4K 120Hz monitor is more for futureproofing and just having the option to play games at 120Hz on 1080, 1440 or 4K if it is possible.
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