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post #3791 of 7609
Hi mates,

I just bought a TXP smile.gif I have 2 questions :
  • are BP needed and useful for watercooling with an EKWB ?
  • is there a vmod like on 1080FE ?

Thanks a lot !
post #3792 of 7609
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Originally Posted by dureiken View Post

Hi mates,

I just bought a TXP smile.gif I have 2 questions :
  • are BP needed and useful for watercooling with an EKWB ?
  • is there a vmod like on 1080FE ?

Thanks a lot !

EK backplates aren't needed but look nicer than the factory ones. You actually can use the factory back plate just fine even though EK officially claims its not compatible with their block. The left "half" of the back plate (the factory backplate is divided into 2 sections) can be secured with the to screw holes on the far "left" of the card (meaning the side by the outputs). The right half of the backplate cant be secured using any of the stock screws and for this reason EK declared it officially incompatible. However, if you mount your card the normal "lie flat" way, you can just drop the backplate on top of the card and it stays just fine. If you are mounting your card vertically, a small pice of double sided hobby tape secures that half of the backplate just fine.

EK claims their backplate will provide a bit of passive cooling (since its metal and I'm guessing EK provides some thermal pads with it). The factory backplates are ABS plastic I believe and dont provide any cooling (and actually may make the top of the card a tiny bit hotter by trapping heat beneath it).

Hope this helps

EDIT:

Here is a quick pic of my water-cooled TXP's using the factory back plates, you can see they "sit" just fine:

IMG_3268.jpg
Edited by skypine27 - 9/4/16 at 5:23am
post #3793 of 7609
Thanks for your answer, I think I will run without BP, as passive VRM cooling seems to be marchandising no ?
post #3794 of 7609
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I did try it, at +190+600 the power limit seems about the same, maybe it de-clocks one step (e.g. 2025 instead of 2037), but benchmark scores are always better. thumb.gif
Firestrike Graphics score at 32999
Timespy graphics score at 10858

Thanks for the advice. smile.gif

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10.5 in TS
It's doing well thumb.gif
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Valley and 3dmark Fire Strike and gaming (Witcher 3, Crysis 3, The Division).

Nice- I'm 2063 and it will go to 2050-2037 as well. Still good stuff! These cards demand a custom bios. Hopefully nvidia lets us do it!
post #3796 of 7609
some stuff got here , the rest in 2 days hopefully


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPfhfYbZwLE

Two is better than one. If you have two; you can always use one. tongue.gif
post #3798 of 7609
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Originally Posted by skypine27 View Post



Here is a quick pic of my water-cooled TXP's using the factory back plates, you can see they "sit" just fine:

IMG_3268.jpg

That is a brutually beautiful build. I am not ashamed to admit I am somewhat envious! biggrin.gif
Edited by Yeshi - 9/4/16 at 10:19am
post #3799 of 7609
People with the HB SLI bridge from Nivida + EK waterblocks - did you guys cut off the bridge's tips as well to get it to fit, or resort to the EVGA HB bridge?

Been gaming all weekend so far and have had a flawless SLI experience in The Witcher 3...GPU-Z is reporting high-bandwidth SLI config. + 499.6 GB/s as well. Bridge LED works and the tips I Dremel'd off looked like it was just empty PCB anyways. Curious to know what others did, as I don't want to drop another $30+ on another HB SLI bridge if I don't absolutely have to. tongue.gif
Edited by jcde7ago - 9/4/16 at 2:10pm
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Just finished the EK water cooling setup for a new Titan X Pascal build. Amazed at the temperatures. Was running 90 degrees on the stock cooler with the awful fan noise drowning everything out. It now hits 36 degrees under full load. Couldn't be happier with it!

I say it's finished, however I have ordered the backplate, just to protect the back of the card more than anything so will install that when it arrives.

I have got a 200mhz boost on core and 500mhz boost on memory, which sits nicely around the 120% power limit and keeps the clocks around 2070-2090mhz on boost.
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