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Originally Posted by Slackaveli View Post

so this works on the nvidia ref models?

Worked for me.
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With how loud this card is and how poorly it seems to cool I'm debating doing either a re-tim or doing the kraken mod.

Thoughts?rolleyes.gif
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

With how loud this card is and how poorly it seems to cool I'm debating doing either a re-tim or doing the kraken mod.

Thoughts?rolleyes.gif

See if you can score a EVGA hybrid AIO on its own. Just remove the heatsink and install it onto the reference design.

If you want to just use a H55: https://www.reddit.com/r/nvidia/comments/5z91t7/mod_the_poor_mans_hybrid_h55_gtx_10xx_fe/
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FE cooling FTW

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Nah still on z87 with it. Planning on doing a whole refresh later this year. I do have a z97 mini-itx board but this 4770k will be going into that rig with my 980 to be a portable VR machine.
nice. good use. i gave my son my 4790k and was deciding whether to replace or buy a new mobo, ram, and chip. ended up getting the broadwell and, man, i love it. better in several games (notably) and sips juice like an led bulb.
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See if you can score a EVGA hybrid AIO on its own. Just remove the heatsink and install it onto the reference design.

If you want to just use a H55: https://www.reddit.com/r/nvidia/comments/5z91t7/mod_the_poor_mans_hybrid_h55_gtx_10xx_fe/

Cool write up. But I guess since I don't have a single rad aio lying around it's cheaper to go with this...

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814998133&ignorebbr=1

And it'll work with the 1080ti? Also what fan should I replace the included one with? thumb.gif
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Cool write up. But I guess since I don't have a single rad aio lying around it's cheaper to go with this...

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814998133&ignorebbr=1

And it'll work with the 1080ti? Also what fan should I replace the included one with? thumb.gif

Personally, if you're going to buy a new hybrid kit then id just wait for one made for the 1080 Ti to come out.

Or buy one from this guy.

https://www.reddit.com/r/hardwareswap/comments/5y9sh2/usamd_h_evga_980_hybrid_cooling_kit_w_paypal/?sort=confidence

You can fit it right onto your GPU through the reference shroud. But please double check and see if it's the same pump as all the other hybrid kits. From my knowledge it is.
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Personally, if you're going to buy a new hybrid kit then id just wait for one made for the 1080 Ti to come out.

Or buy one from this guy.

https://www.reddit.com/r/hardwareswap/comments/5y9sh2/usamd_h_evga_980_hybrid_cooling_kit_w_paypal/?sort=confidence

You can fit it right onto your GPU through the reference shroud. But please double check and see if it's the same pump as all the other hybrid kits. From my knowledge it is.

Appreciate all the help/info. I'm just super impatient. rolleyes.gif And this isn't helping anything...

http://imgur.com/a/XNAPj



I'd imagine that all the third party cards will be out by May or so so perhaps I'll sell my card for a hybrid/step up through evga when they're out, or I'll go with a 1080ti cooler when that's out, whichever comes first.
Edited by alucardis666 - 3/14/17 at 10:53pm
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How is the sound on these FE suckers?
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How is the sound on these FE suckers?

air wooshing sound, not like AMD's vacuum cleaner blowers. My Noctua industrial fans make it sound quiet in comparison.
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