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post #1061 of 10586
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Originally Posted by lilchronic View Post



That's bs he's just saying it could happen.

People have been running 1080 for almost a year now. don't see any of there cards dead.

I have a GTX480 that's still alive and a 780Ti that has been overvolted beyond what you can even do with the voltage slider and there still alive. By the time your card dies there will probably be 6 more generations of graphics cards. 2cents.gif

And if it does die in a year or 2 or 3 it's under warranty.

If I had a dime for every time someone asked for proof, got it, then tried to refute it......I'd be a very very rich man.
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post #1062 of 10586
For those who are using the Hybrid kits -- Does the fan extension plug into a standard CHA_FAN header on the motherboard or does it need to be a specific header?
post #1063 of 10586
got it..doesn't overclock as well as my 1080 for obvious reasons.

post #1064 of 10586
^ running benchmarks at 720p is not good way of testing stability barely using that card gtx 1080 scores about same at 1080p

edit

also if stable that is really good clock for a ti
Edited by PasK1234Xw - 3/14/17 at 2:06pm
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Originally Posted by KraxKill View Post

Hmmm...maybe I should ask you to post some proof of only 1C-3C difference since you're the one questioning my claim with no supporting results.

I agree with you that it would be best that everybody posts evidence. But it would've only made sense if you went first.

 

 Along with my posts earlier in this thread, there are plenty of user posts above also running AIOs and more elaborate custom loops in the 45C range which you could use to do some deductive reasoning.

What?

 

I'm sitting at 28C to 35C with 20-24C ambients on a hack-jobbed NZXT AIO setup. Those low temps are worth 2-3 extra Boost 3.0 bins for free. With LM i'm seeing only an 8-10C delta between the ambients and the core temps on my pedestrian AIO. Not to mention that with all things equal as with any GPU or CPU it will be more stable at whichever clock you run since it's running cooler
 If thats not enough for you... there are posts in this thread..right here on Overclock reporting 10-12C drops which is about what I'm getting out of it.

Specifically there were three posts in that thread talking about specific temp drops. If I keep seeing 10C I'm going to get turned off because it seems like a rough figure everyone is tossing around for everything. One of the guys claimed 10C reduction ON IDLE WITH CPU. That's nonsense and just shows I cannot trust simply what people say. That's why I mandate verification and a standardized testing methodology for my threads. Because when I request that everybody's results miraculously go down.

10C reduction on idle with CPU is leaps and bounds different than 10C reduction on SLI GPUs under load. Perhaps the guy was talking about delidding. Or maybe between users somebody did not test correctly. I can go to Thermal Grizzly's non-metal paste review on Amazon and see people claiming 10C decrease with non-metal solutions. I was skeptical then, and I am skeptical here.

Even just saying 10C lower doesn't tell us the GPU or the load it was run on. And we have to be careful about what we're even comparing. Are we comparing stock thermal paste to liquid metal or an aftermarket one with liquid metal?

 

 Is it 100% safe? Yes if done correctly. I've had it (have it) on my CPU, and 3 GPUs. My 4790K, my Titan X maxwell, 1080 and now the Ti without any issues.
My post got totally ignored and you're in your own way trying to answer it in a totally different conversation. :h34r-smi Just saying it's '100% safe if done correctly' doesn't tell us that much though. For example, are we sure that those types of liquid metal solutions only eat up aluminum?
 
Liquid Metals:
Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut - 73 W/mk
Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra - 38.4 W/mk
Coollaboratory Liquid Pro - 32.6 W/mk

Traditional Paste:
Gelid GC Extreme: 8.5 W/mk
Grizzly Kyronaut: 12.5 W/mk
ICD: 4.5 W/m

That's theory, not testing. Did you just pull specs from product page for this? At that rate we might as well figure out what the best fan is by looking at their airflow and static pressure specs.

 
 LM thermal conductivity properties are simply unbeatable without resorting to solder.

Question isn't whether liquid metal is better, the question is how much better in practice.

To me the most important question is safety. If it is I can test in a more detailed manner.


Edited by Darkwizzie - 3/14/17 at 2:06pm
   
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post #1066 of 10586
Ok got my 2nd 1080ti while my other RMAs

ocing the memory again seems to be stable @ 350mhz now + with 300 on the core

that will do for now redface.gif
post #1067 of 10586
I've run 780ti Classys at 1.35v volts for 18 months with 0 degredation at the clocks they were running. I've not used high volts since, but I did it with 680/780s/780ti's and had 0 issues with any cards. Some of them were even run as high as 1.5v during that time.
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Hey guys I got a Gigabyte reference 1080ti and when the temps on the card get in the 80c+ range I start smelling a slight burning smell. If i put fans on 100% and temps stay below 70c this smell doesn't happen. I plan to watercool the card. Should I return the card?
That would make me alarmed.
Does the card also have a whining sound once the fans >70%?
Honestly, I'd return it while my return window was open. Safe than sorry, friend.
    
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Yeah, some guy saying degradation might happen doesn't really hold up to customers actually not experiencing that "expected" degradation. This isn't exactly the place to scare people from eking out every bit of performance from their hard earned investments. Anybody that carelessly burns a $700 or $1200 GPU deserves it.
 
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8-pin gives 150w, 6-pin give 75w more plus PCI-E gives 75w more. that's 300. I don't think you can go past that with 8+6 pin. Need the 8+8 setup for that. That Zotac Amp Extreme will end up being the top clocker I bet (maybe classy? i doubt it but i'd still grab a classy tongue.gif ) with it's 8+8, it will be able to draw 375w. It's power slider will go up to 150% i think.
It won't. Just because you add more power plugs doesn't mean anything with Pascal. The die itself is limited. You've already seen this with the 1080. It won't be different. Just learn to like it
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