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Originally Posted by cookiesowns View Post

It'll help with boost throttling due to temps. I think I can hit 2050+ in some games that don't trigger hard TDP limits. If I had these on water. In 3Dmark the temps should help even with throttling. Can always just add more offset to core clock to raise the clocks at the TDP throttle bin!

These cards can be stable at 1950+ at under 1.03V

Koolance QDCs get here Tuesday so I'll have these under water by Wednesday.

How does that translate in frame rates?
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Originally Posted by CallsignVega View Post

Well I did the resister shunt mod with this stuff and it did absolutely nothing:




https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00CSMDT8S/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

That stuff just has too much resistance IMO. Went ahead and ordered Liquid Ultra.


Strange thing happened too when I did the shunt mod. My EVGA Hybrid turned into a Arctic Accellero what the heck?





This air cooler is actually a beast. Cools just as well as the EVGA Hybrid and it's quiet. Going back to all air with my new system. All of these modern components just don't put out the heat like they used to.
That's to bad it did nothing to help with power.. which ones did you do I see one in picture.. Do you think artic silver 5 would work?? i was going to switch out thermal paste with thermal grizzly
and was thinking i would try shunt mod myself.. and i see random oc results wish we had average chart.. wish i did not work 6 days a week or would start one..
I am curious of other cards boost stock mine is 1873 max clock i hit is 2088 with oc. my max overclock 205 on core can not go higher that is with no oc on memory..i can get 750 on memory so basically running 205/750 will pass firestrike 205/600 gives higher score due to throttling i think with water block can keep boost 2050 to 2088 in stead of bouncing around.
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For people interested my exchange from i5 4690 to i7 4790k remove 66%-75% of fps drops and stuttering with witcher 3 at 4k with no hairwork no AA with titan x pascal. Overclocked titan core +205 +700 mem run witcher 3 to 60+fps near all the time, except when a lot of effect happen or several ennemies in a fight or big raining with a lot of people, otherwise 60+ can use vsync, and no tearing. Thanks guys for advice about buying a i7 cpu
Edited by renejr902 - 8/7/16 at 4:59am
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Hey. Here's the bench in Metro LL Redux. Did you upload yours already? Don't remember seeing it.


No not yet, I'm on my laptop as my dang FIOS is down. Verizon pissing me off.

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hmmm I ordered that too...doesnt work?

No, didn't work. I'm thinking it has too much resistance or it's a compound that doesn't make good contact with the ends of the resisters.
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Originally Posted by Bloodymight View Post

What are your temps with that Arctic Accelero

Edit: found a review(german) with the arctic Accelero on a gtx 1080

https://youtu.be/wlSeHCPd75s?t=7m41s

curious to see how it handles the titan X

Temps are pretty great for an air cooler. The Arctic is running high 40's C with 2060 MHz on the core.
Edited by CallsignVega - 8/7/16 at 5:24am
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Since we cannot read any ASIC values so far, is there another way of quickly seeing how good a card is? Like default voltage or max boost clock out of the box? Any comparison values so far?

I really hope my card is coming tomorrow, and i do hope for some silcon lottery luck this time! biggrin.gif
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Temps are pretty great for an air cooler. The Arctic is running high 40's C with 2060 MHz on the core.

Is that in Idle or load?

The only time I used an Accelero Xtreme was with a HD4870X2 biggrin.gif

Don't remember the temps at all thought ._.
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Put Power Target to 120 fan to 100% and raise clocks and mem clocks. The higher you can go the better the card...
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How does that translate in frame rates?

If you are stressing your card and temperature is throttling max MHZ then the lower the MHZ the lower the lower the framerate. Essentially with the Nvidia cooler people are able to OC above what they can keep cool. Aftermarket cooling would remove this concern allowing people to maintain their set OC during gameplay or benchmarking.
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Is that in Idle or load?

The only time I used an Accelero Xtreme was with a HD4870X2 biggrin.gif

Don't remember the temps at all thought ._.

lol load of course.

HT with Physx


No HT with Physx


HT no Physx


No HT no Physx



So basically a 8-10 core is able to off-load the Physx better to the CPU than a 6700K. Actually a pretty CPU intensive benchmark, wasn't maxing out my GPU's. But also due to the low resolution of the benchmark.
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If you're running SLI Titans or 1080s, you'll get the benefit of x16/x16 without losing functionality of M.2/U.2, etc. Other than that, a Z97 or Z170 platform is going to generally be better for OC'ing and gaming performance.
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No, the cpu has 16 and the pch has 4. Equaling to 20 usable lanes for certain devices.

Something's off here. I'm pretty sure Z170 is 16+20 with the 16 coming from the CPU directly and the 20 from the PCH.
If the Z170 platform has a total of 20 PCIe lanes then what happens when my GPU takes up 16 of those lanes? GPUz confirms it's running at PCIe Gen3 x16.

See the original Z170 article on anandtech: http://www.anandtech.com/show/9485/intel-skylake-z170-motherboards-asrock-asus-gigabyte-msi-ecs-evga-supermicro

How could my SATA and Ethernet ports still be functioning if the PCH only has 4 PCIe lanes itself and the other 16 just routed from the CPU?

EDIT: Of course if you want to run Quad SLI or benefit from 16x/16x Dual SLI then X99 it is, running graphics cards off of the PCH isn't an option as far as I'm aware.
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