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Opinions ----> Any benefit to going with a beefier PCB on the 1080TI (i.e. EVGA CLASSIFIED) i realise its not been released/announced yet

whats overclocking like, you guys finding FE power limit awfully restrictive?
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post #1322 of 10519
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Yea I understand - I wish I could just have someone install waterblocks on these cards - I don't have the patience to do water-cooling on my GPUs. I change GPUs so often it doesn't seem worth the effort to me. However, if someone is willing to do it for me, I'll do it. Is there a professional (may be semi-professional) in the bay area who is willing to do a custom water-cooling setup on my rigs? Both my rigs have 4-Way SLI and are air-cooled.
yea, I'm picking up the X62 - I bought the X41 thinking I'll save space but that was not a good idea. Which fans should I get? The Corsair ML Pro 140mm PWM or the Noctua 140mm PWM 3000RPM? I want the best performance - I don't care about noise at all.

1.) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
2.) I don't care too much about noise - my rigs are in another room so I enjoy quiet and cool gaming! biggrin.gif

You would have to find someone that live's near you to do it for you. I'm sure someone on ocn is close to you and would do it for a little cash. It's really not that hard just time consuming.
just got done putting a water block on and it took about a hour taking the card apart putting all the thermal pads on for the water block then putting it all back together. Now i just need a hour or two to drain my loop and install the new card. thumb.gif
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post #1323 of 10519
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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

Right on! Also...nice golden CPU!

Still waiting on my watercooling parts to ship from Performance PCS. Ordered March 5th and it's been held up due to the Titan X waterblock and backplate being out of stock. Maybe today? I'm hoping it gets out the door soon for this weekend.
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Originally Posted by lilchronic View Post

You would have to find someone that live's near you to do it for you. I'm sure someone on ocn is close to you and would do it for a little cash. It's really not that hard just time consuming.
just got done putting a water block on and it took about a hour taking the card apart putting all the thermal pads on for the water block then putting it all back together. Now i just need a hour or two to drain my loop and install the new card. thumb.gif

No quick disconnects I guess...

Only 15 minutes to setup the block and put it in...
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Do you know if we have to take the whole card apart to do it that way?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n10_ThxftI4

Do it this way except slap the cooler on instead of just the paste.
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Made a thread how to enable the voltage slider in Afterburner. I'd only use this on water cooling though. Your card will downclock when it hits 60C and higher anyways and the extra voltage may make it run a bit hotter.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1625653/how-to-get-voltage-slider-in-afterburner-working-on-a-1080-ti/0_20
    
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Do you know if we have to take the whole card apart to do it that way?
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Anybody tried just thermal paste mod with stock vapor chamber? Like with Kryonaut?
anyone?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n10_ThxftI4

Do it this way except slap the cooler on instead of just the paste.
Dont I have to connect the fan headers on the hybrid kit to the card aswell?
post #1329 of 10519
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

Probably has to do with the memory being faster and the larger memory bus, vs with your 980Ti having higher boosts and the benchmarks caring more for that than the card RAM. At least that's what I'd think anyway.
I see. Kinda weird though
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In other news my 1080ti should become an Hybrid this friday! Super excited! thumb.gif


Same here thumb.gif and then she will get a nice oc.
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Dont I have to connect the fan headers on the hybrid kit to the card aswell?
yes. sorry if i was confusing. this is just to show you how to open it up easy way. after that do the cooler mod. if you have big fingers it may be hard to plug it in and that means you may then need to remover the cover over the fan like in the gamersnexus vieo.
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