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My head is going to pop!!! I just want my card!!!


I also ordered a evga hybrid cooler. So simple, don't need to strip the whole card. Just the cover and the evga block bolts right up.
    
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Originally Posted by MunneY View Post

You are right its semantics, but when I say a card running 2100mhz, i mean staying there...

my card now does 2083mhz but i consider it running 2050 because that is where it stays.

I get what you're saying. Sometimes I wonder what core speeds people are reporting here. What they hit in the first 15 seconds of benchmarking or what they hit and stay at.
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The heatkiller backplate does have thermal pads for 3 components on the board. I doubt this would make or break anything but it looks good and im a huge fan of the sleek look so i grabbed one for my heatkiller TXP block. Great block, 44C with the card deciding to self boost to 1900mhz it seems.

XatOGJJ.jpg

Dem air bubbles might as well be my personal nemesis... I hate refilling loops :-D

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I get what you're saying. Sometimes I wonder what core speeds people are reporting here. What they hit in the first 15 seconds of benchmarking or what they hit and stay at.

Yeah. I get its a wiener measuring competition to some, but I try to be as honest about my clocks as I can. I had screenshots of my TXP doing nearly 2200mhz, quickly followed by a driver crash :-D
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I will know tomorrow for sure. I ordered Watercool HEATKILLER® IV for TITAN X (Pascal) - ACETAL Nickel-BL and Aquacomputer backplate for kryographics Pascal NVIDIA TITAN X, passive for mine Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Do you know if the Aquacomputer Active XCS Backplate can be used with the Heatkiller block?
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The heatkiller backplate does have thermal pads for 3 components on the board. I doubt this would make or break anything but it looks good and im a huge fan of the sleek look so i grabbed one for my heatkiller TXP block. Great block, 44C with the card deciding to self boost to 1900mhz it seems. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Hmm, 44C seems a bit high... perhaps those air bubbles in your loop can be bleed further. thumb.gif
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Dem air bubbles might as well be my personal nemesis... I hate refilling loops :-D
Yea i tried to do it will as little air as possible, but we all know how that goes. I didnt bleed **** out of the system, i plugged it up and fired up wildlands. There is a TON of air in the system but its not like its overheating or anything, this weekend ill do the bubble killer dance and try add move the card to 2050mhz. IT did show 1895mhz when i was playing wildlands last night and keeping an eye on this though so i might just leave it alone and enjoy for once.

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Do you know if the Aquacomputer Active XCS Backplate can be used with the Heatkiller block?
Hmm, 44C seems a bit high... perhaps those air bubbles in your loop can be bleed further. thumb.gif

If you are referencing THIS one then yes it should match up. I can 100% confirm their titan block fits like a glove on the reference 1080ti.


And as i said in my response ^ yea those bubbles need to go. My top 970 was running 38C peak so my estimate is 40-42c should be achievable worst case.
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Questions regarding radiator fans.

I have Noctua NF-F12 fans, but I feel like they're not pushing enough hot air through my H55. If I got the 2000 or 3000 RPM fans ( I know they're loud at 3000 but I'd control them), would it make a major difference?

https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B00KFCRIQM/ref=sr_1_1_olp?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1489593320&sr=1-1&keywords=noctua+nf-f12+2000+pwm
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Questions regarding radiator fans.

I have Noctua NF-F12 fans, but I feel like they're not pushing enough hot air through my H55. If I got the 2000 or 3000 RPM fans ( I know they're loud at 3000 but I'd control them), would it make a major difference?

https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B00KFCRIQM/ref=sr_1_1_olp?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1489593320&sr=1-1&keywords=noctua+nf-f12+2000+pwm

I run the NF-F12 iPPC 200rpm on my thin 360 and 3000 on my 55mm thick front radiator and they get the job done. I doubt changing fans from those would make much of a difference without getting into the realm of insane fans.
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There is review of Strix 1080 Ti :

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/GTX_1080_Ti_Strix_OC/34.html



Why there is 1-2 fps difference between 1080 ti ref and strix 1080 ti ? Its not worth then to pay more for strix. Thanks!
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Yea i tried to do it will as little air as possible, but we all know how that goes. I didnt bleed **** out of the system, i plugged it up and fired up wildlands. There is a TON of air in the system but its not like its overheating or anything, this weekend ill do the bubble killer dance and try add move the card to 2050mhz. IT did show 1895mhz when i was playing wildlands last night and keeping an eye on this though so i might just leave it alone and enjoy for once.
If you are referencing THIS one then yes it should match up. I can 100% confirm their titan block fits like a glove on the reference 1080ti.

And as i said in my response ^ yea those bubbles need to go. My top 970 was running 38C peak so my estimate is 40-42c should be achievable worst case.

Dance on brother, I know I will be doing that once the loop is complete. thumb.gif


Regarding the Heatkiller block, so you're saying technically I can mix and match the following on my EVGA 1080 Ti and it will still work?

Link -> Watercool HEATKILLER® IV for TITAN X (Pascal)
Link -> Aquacomputer Backplate for Kryographics Pascal NVIDIA TITAN X, Active XCS
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Hey. Please stop and no answer about change monitor ok? Just answer to question.

How much fps i will gain from changing from GTX 1080 Xtreme to Gtx 1080 Ti ref? ON res 1080p


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