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these cards don't just need good case airflow, they do best with direct airflow. If it's possible to put a fan facing right at the intakes from an inch or two away, it will really boost the cooling because you'll get focused CFM flow.


I think best case scenario is a custom fan shroud that connects an intake fan directly to the front of the cards heatsink.
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these cards don't just need good case airflow, they do best with direct airflow. If it's possible to put a fan facing right at the intakes from an inch or two away, it will really boost the cooling.


I think best case scenario is a custom fan shroud that connects an intake fan directly to the front of the cards heatsink.

You do know that the front of the card doesnt actually do anything right? Those fins and that opening are just aesthetics. They are blocked by the fan shroud.
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You must wear headphones lol. I have my curve set like this:


With that fan curve I'd say you're throttling though.
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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


cpu 6700k stock

Scroll down to 1080p benches: http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-2017-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-ti-review
post #1285 of 10663
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With that fan curve I'd say you're throttling though.

I hit max of 82C with 30 minutes of heaven. 1950Mhz core clock is the lowest I see.


Edited by Pandora's Box - 3/15/17 at 9:41am
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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


cpu 6700k stock



You'd probably get a bigger boost by pushing your CPU OC up to 4.8GHz tongue.gif
Edited by Gunslinger. - 3/15/17 at 9:53am
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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

I cant confirm 100% yes, but both will bolt up, ive seen them both run on 1080ti's. The issue i foresee is the g1/4 connectors could potentially be in the way on each other. That being said i don't think the hassle to run liquid through the back plate would be worth it after see whats there and how cool it stays, its barely warm to the touch on the passive heatkiller back plate.

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I have the 1500, I wonder if that extra 500 RPM help.

It wont, you need more radiator space.
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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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post #1289 of 10663
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Talking about cooling - I have these cards (4x of them) installed in a Corsair Carbide Air 540 case.

What are the absolute best intake fans to use for airflow? These 4 cards are throwing a LOT of heat (of course, they get pushed out the back of the case which is nice) and so my Kraken X41 which has only one 140mm fan as a 'pull' config (on top) is struggling to keep my CPU cool - I was seeing 90C on the CPU last night! o_0

I was thinking of picking up the Noctua NF-A14 iPPC 3000 PWM fans for the Kraken X41 but I need fans for intake in the front of the case - right now I'm just using 2x Corsair LED 120mm fans - they don't push/pull a lot of air.

I was also considering ditching the Kraken X41 for the Kraken X62 - anyone have experience with that?

Dude. You only have a single 140mm as cooling for your CPU with that setup? You gotta address that.

I have the same case. I've had up to 3 cards. I'm currently running a total of 5 Corsair ML Pro 140s, and I have a Kraken x62. 2x 140mm up front, 2x on Kraken x62, and 1x 140mm exhaust.

33063529160_4ef0394aab_b.jpg

I know I only have 1 at the moment, but my CPU doesn't break 65c.
Edited by dboythagr8 - 3/15/17 at 9:53am
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I cant confirm 100% yes, but both will bolt up, ive seen them both run on 1080ti's. The issue i foresee is the g1/4 connectors could potentially be in the way on each other. That being said i don't think the hassle to run liquid through the back plate would be worth it after see whats there and how cool it stays, its barely warm to the touch on the passive heatkiller back plate.
It wont, you need more radiator space.

My H55 is also acting as an exhaust, so I was thinking I need to also exhaust out the power from the Mobo.

I'll try putting it as an intake and see how much of a difference that makes.
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