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Originally Posted by asdkj1740 View Post

ASUS ROG Poseidon GTX 1080 Ti Platinum Edition (Air cooling ONLY) Review
http://yujihw.com/review/asus-rog-poseidon-gtx-1080-ti-platinum-edition

the stock air cooler really sucks
the last gen 980ti version has three copper heatpipes go into the middle of the fins, this time the new design has only two heatpipes going beneath the fins.
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I don't know why anyone would buy it for air cooling.
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Guys, does anyone have any information on when we might see a Ti Classified and Kingpin for sale?

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You want to do CLU OR resistor mod, not both. redface.gif

I'm doing resistor mod tomorrow or Sunday at the latest. With step by step guide. biggrin.gif

It will be the resister mod that i do wink.gif thats why i need a guide smile.gif

will be using thermal paste in the middle of the resister and artic silver metal epoxy paste on the sides wink.gif still would like a guide to follow lol
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Originally Posted by asdkj1740 View Post

ASUS ROG Poseidon GTX 1080 Ti Platinum Edition (Air cooling ONLY) Review
http://yujihw.com/review/asus-rog-poseidon-gtx-1080-ti-platinum-edition

the stock air cooler really sucks
the last gen 980ti version has three copper heatpipes go into the middle of the fins, this time the new design has only two heatpipes going beneath the fins. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I can't believe how long they have taken to be released/developed essentially the same PCB so really the cooler itself is the only new part that could have been designed a long time ago..... I would have got one over the Strix if they were available at the time, seen the pricing not too bad almost identical as buying an EKW full cover and GPU.
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Yesterday i did a Heaven benchmark marathon of about 1h and then 30 minutes Witcher 3 gameplay.
My GPU temp gone to 50ºc and CPU 60ºc.
The air going off the radiators was really warm so seems everything is installed correctly.

My room temperature is still unknown, i do not know if the System Temp can be a good measure since it goes up to 30ºc and starts at about 28ºc.

Also my Card uses up to 1.093v @ 2050mhz

I managed to get a max offset of +175 core and +735Mem
On stock cooler it was +160core and +600Mem

Was expecting more of the core but at +180 it freezes the system when running Heaven.

Any thoughts?
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