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So i slapped EVGAs AIO , used GELID Extreme and i'm not very happy , During TimeSpy i get 50 degrees Vrel still exists as soon as GPU usage is over 20% frown.gif
EDIT : the result is worse than AIO on 980 using factory TIM
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So i slapped EVGAs AIO , used GELID Extreme and i'm not very happy , During TimeSpy i get 50 degrees Vrel still exists as soon as GPU usage is over 20% frown.gif
EDIT : the result is worse than AIM on 980 using factory TIM
Meh. The Hybrid will lower temps and noise levels bu that's pretty much it.
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I don't know why, but since I have mounted the water block, my card doesn't reach the power limit as often as with air. It seems that the high temperature of the core increases power draw a lot.

The fan probably uses 5%-10% of GPU TDP. Although at lower temps it should be more efficient. thumb.gif
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I don't know why, but since I have mounted the water block, my card doesn't reach the power limit as often as with air. It seems that the high temperature of the core increases power draw a lot.

The fan probably uses 5%-10% of GPU TDP. Although at lower temps it should be more efficient. thumb.gif
Indeed. With the card sitting idle and the fan speed at 23% the power used is 10% for me, 80% fan speed uses 15% power, if I crank the fan up to 100% speed it's 21% power. So running the fan at full speed costs around 11% more power than the lowest speed.
post #2764 of 7600
Some EK TXP pics:








Still getting a nickel back plate later next month.

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Looking good there thumb.gif
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Some EK TXP pics:
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Still getting a nickel back plate later next month.

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What's that you're cooling below the TXP?
post #2767 of 7600
Got my Aquacomputer Block. Pretty sweet! Didnt go above 12°C ∆ to room temperature. thumb.gif

Besides clocks being steady and stable now i couldnt squeeze more than +20 on Core though. Lets hope for Voltage adjustmens and/or Bios Mods soon biggrin.gif
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Looking good there thumb.gif

Thanks!

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What's that you're cooling below the TXP?

Intel 750 NVMe drive.
    
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Thanks!
Intel 750 NVMe drive.

Ahh,. thought so, but wasn't aware you could water cool it. I know these get hot, but didn't know it's up to that point. EK sells 750's block?
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Ahh,. thought so, but wasn't aware you could water cool it. I know these get hot, but didn't know it's up to that point. EK sells 750's block?

Yes, it does keep the drive cooler, but I got the block just because and for the looks.

Here is a thread on it:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1576721/ek-is-releasing-intel-ssd-750-series-water-block
    
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