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Will you be modifying the evga shroud or only using the cooler on the chip? Im gonna be doing the gamernexus way tonight after work. They just posted up part 2 of their 1080ti hybrid series.

Yup, just saw that. I'm planning to do it like this

http://forums.evga.com/My-1080-Ti-Hybrid-m2629639.aspx
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Yup, just saw that. I'm planning to do it like this

http://forums.evga.com/My-1080-Ti-Hybrid-m2629639.aspx
Do you know if we have to take the whole card apart to do it that way?
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I think my physics is around 9500(edit I think it's actually around 12000). Graphics are similar to yours. I'll do some double checking tonight.

That's stock out of the box. Nothing changed from the factory. Iirc...power limits, temp and a 110+ on the care got me to about 29,500 on GRAPHIC. I remember it being close. I've stopped tinkering until the waterblock comes in as it thermally downclocks below 2,000 all the time and I'm not,living with a jet engine.
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Do you know if we have to take the whole card apart to do it that way?

Read the post, he said you do not need to take apart the back plate at all, only remove the vaporchamber/finds and the acrylic window and that's it.
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

Read the post, he said you do not need to take apart the back plate at all, only remove the vaporchamber/finds and the acrylic window and that's it.
Will you be using the thermal paste that comes on the hybrid kit or putting your own?
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Will you be using the thermal paste that comes on the hybrid kit or putting your own?

I bought my hybrid kit used off ebay so I will be applying my own TIM.
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I think my physics is around 9500(edit I think it's actually around 12000). Graphics are similar to yours. I'll do some double checking tonight.

That's stock out of the box. Nothing changed from the factory. Iirc...power limits, temp and a 110+ on the care got me to about 29,500 on GRAPHIC. I remember it being close. I've stopped tinkering until the waterblock comes in as it thermally downclocks below 2,000 all the time and I'm not,living with a jet engine.

I've stopper tinkering too, at 2000 core it hits 60-70C and a bit higher and downclocks in Firestrike etc. redface.gif

Ek waterblock and backplate coming by Wednesday of next week though!! biggrin.gif
    
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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?

Only use trio of them so not the forth, but not too much you can do really on these stock coolers as they are tightly packed. I assume you have pulled off the backplate on the other cards in the stack, found that gave it some relief. I have got a pair of fan's (Noctua NF-A14 ippc 2000 RPM PWM fans)) roughly inline with the GPU's and it pushs air down the opening which also helps, though simply put only so much with a stack of reference cards. by the sounds of it you dont live in the same room as the PC so the 3000 RPM would be the way I go and blast air into that case biggrin.gif

Would definitely get something better for your CPU, though. Most of the air should be exhausted out the rear so I expect its just your CPU cooler is not up to snuf or you have a serious OC on that CPU.
     
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Anybody tried just thermal paste mod with stock vapor chamber? Like with Kryonaut?
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Originally Posted by MunneY View Post

Watercooled chief.. Im talking about air cards.
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First you never specified air and you said show you one card.

Also you originally said these were limited to 2050 then say show you one that can hit 2100 so regardless of what you think even with clocks fluctuating its still over your 2050 claim.
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LOL at the AIB being slower than the reference. This just proves that unless someone gets us voltage and power limit controls, we are stuck at 2050mhz!

now move along
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