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Hi folks,

long time computer guy, been over at the [H] since early 2000's (since there 1st reset).

I just received my 2 x Titan XP. Waiting on my EK water blocks and other goodies from EU (EK terminal blocks and a ton of aquacomputer stuff to include a brand new 480mm radiator).

I currently have a liquid cooled setup currently on a 5960x. 64GB Corsair Dominator Platinum 2666, 512 M2. Samsung 950 Pro and an ASUS ARES III card. Monitor I was running was the original LG 34UC97.
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By the way,

starting a totally different topic here: Did anyone choose to reuse the original backplates when putting on the EK blocks instead of ordering the EK backplates ?

I reused mine on both cards:


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Originally Posted by profundido View Post

By the way,

starting a totally different topic here: Did anyone choose to reuse the original backplates when putting on the EK blocks instead of ordering the EK backplates ?

I reused mine on both cards:



Is it easy ? what did you had to use to make this work ?
 
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Is it easy ? what did you had to use to make this work ?


It's easy,


I used my dremel 4200 to widen some of the existing holes I decided to use using the default drill bit that comes with the device (happens to be the right size).

Use the small new screws that come with the EK block with a washer directly on the PCB for 1-3 screws (typically inner ones)

Use the large screws that come with the EK block to attach the backplate. So washers on all holes on the PCB, then plate on it, then bolts into the whole thing for whatever holes you decide to use

I marked the modified holes (with arger screws on) with green arrows for your convenience.










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I don't think it's a good idea because one day when new titan comes out you would need to sell this one and people wound notice what you did with the backplate.
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so i decided to try the shunt mod
but i don't have any liquid metal
will pencil on the 5om gonna work?
how many 5om i need to shunt ? there are 3
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I purchased my Titan X (Pascal) today guys! Ready to get back to one GPU!
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I don't think it's a good idea because one day when new titan comes out you would need to sell this one and people wound notice what you did with the backplate.
I do think it looks really slick, but they are plastic, so if anything I think they insulate - more than cool - the board. Probably adds some rigidity, but the EK block isn't tremendously heavy (not like the aqua computer blocks I had on my 980... Whew!).

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Not trying to start an off-topic flame war, but you're wrong. Give it a try. Above 60Hz will give you smoother animations in desktop, will be easier on your eyes if you look at it for hours, and in games there certainly is a huge difference. I'm not a teenager with 20/20, but double that age and I see a difference like night and day. 100 to 120 or 120 to 144 and above might be less of a difference, but going only 100Hz is huge from my experience (better than my old CRTs ever were (85Hz).

Regarding pixel count, yes, more pixels on 40" is nice, it actually keeps the quality in check when going big. But, the most important advantage I have with my 5K display is a fantastic image quality. You can see the difference at first sight. Try SW: BF on 5K and you'll be amazed. Also, desktop scaled 200% is so clean, mostly text which is fantastic to read even at small font sizes.
I use Titans for compute (my primary use and my job). It's pretty much almost full theoretical advantage considering ALU and if you need memory bandwidth, 500ish is beautiful compared to old 300ish. Especially visible when you overclock the monster to 2GHz and 5.5GHz (VRAM).
Compared to the old Titan, TitanXP is, clock for clock, faster 60-70%. That's huge. 6 TXPs will give you the computing performance you could get with 9 TXMs before. Thats 3 "cards" more for the cost of $600 more compared to TXM and their price.

Well, as I said, I knew people would disagree.

IMHO, much like the audiophile community, I believe that you truly believe you are seeing a difference, but that it is all placebo effect. Human brains are silly things and can not be trusted, not even your own tongue.gif

Personally, in modern times on LCD panels I cant visually tell the difference of anything above 30fps. 30fps "feels" off when I move the mouse though, and it keeps feeling off up until about 60fps, above which I can't tell a difference at all, and I couldn't when I was young and nimble either 15 years ago, when I had a 100hz CRT tongue.gif

I absolutely don't believe in scaling. The #1 reason I get larger monitors is for the extra screen real estate. Scaling the display completely counteracts that benefit. IMHO, nothing above ~100-120DPI makes sense on the desktop. For higher resolution a larger screen is the way to go.

IMHO, my 48" 4k screen is too big. It only results in ~92DPI which is a little bit too low to me. At 42" to 44" 4k would be perfect though.
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That's the way I feel about going from 30fps to 60fps, but above 60fps I don't feel a difference.

Or at least I don't remember feeling a difference, but it's been 11+ years since I last played a game above 60fps.

I can never tell a difference going to a higher refresh rate or resolution. Then, when I go back to what I was previously using it looks like utter trash. Standard definition TV just looks like a fuzzy blob and gives me a headache now, but when 1080p first came out, I couldn't tell a difference between the two.
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