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post #1871 of 10821
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Originally Posted by degenn View Post

Are you running SLI on air? If so, it's normal for the top card to be a good solid 10+ degrees hotter than the bottom card, depending on airflow in your particular chassis.

If one card runs 20c hotter when just using each on their own, then yeah there's something wonky going on... maybe ill-applied thermal paste from the factory or just something wrong w/ heatsink/gpu contact in general. I'd pop off the cooler and investigate if that were the case.

Yes and no. I put the card in as well to single gpu use and it's literally 15-20c cooler at the same fan speeds and clocks. Also, I put it back into SLI where it's the primary card and it still runs 15c cooler than the secondary bottom card.
post #1872 of 10821
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Originally Posted by Jason33w View Post

I've heard claims about lower build quality with PNY. But most most of those claims were from around 2005. I hope it's better now.

If it is a founders card then its all the same anyways. All come from same factories just the warenty and company that manages it that is diffrent.
     
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post #1873 of 10821
Helps to set my mind at ease. Now, I hope they actually had it in stock. The PNY website didn't say that it wasnt't and my card has been charged. Keeping my fingers crossed!
post #1874 of 10821
Got my 1080ti from Nvidia yesterday...love it so far!
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post #1875 of 10821
While we're still talking about idle clocks with high refresh monitors...

I did flip from Optimal Power to Maximum and back to Optimal. Turned computer off/on. Second card is now down clocked at idle, sitting at 29c. My primary card isn't though. 44c and running at 1392mhz.
post #1876 of 10821
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Hey all! So I got my EVGA Hybrid AIO cooler in today! And it's awesome! Paired it with a this Scythe fan https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA2W04KZ5536

And my temps and noise are wayyyyyy down! biggrin.gif

Idle
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Might've gotten even better temps if I used thermal grizzly instead of MX4 rolleyes.gif

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Had just enough clearnace behind my CryoRig R1 to squeeze it in! thumb.gif

Downside to this, probably leaving another 2-5c on the table having the rad so close to the R1, upside is that the scythe fan is pulling more hot air away from the cpu so that's a few c cooler at load and idle too tongue.gif

Overall, very happy!

What fan profile are you running for the fans and what speed are they running at?
Edited by SlimJ87D - 3/18/17 at 8:36am
post #1877 of 10821
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Well i put them on there anyway.tongue.gif

I'm pretty sure the two r22's in red or for the memory so i think they can get pretty hot when pushing them mem clocks.


Yeah i think the r22's for memory are the most important out of the one's i highlighted.
certainly doesn't hurt.
    
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does anyone have any info on the MSI SEA HAWK EK X?
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post #1879 of 10821
Is time spy oc sensitive? I ran several times oc on heaven, fire strike, and crashed time spy every time. I even lowered it to where it should've passed and it still crashed. Even gamed when i had it oc the highest.
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post #1880 of 10821
I can't get time spy to work at factory settings. It's a fickle beyatch.
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