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post #1901 of 10700
So, i can play dark souls 3 @ 5k. Still tweaking the settings, but damn.
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Joined the club today! Just recently finished the new build and was waiting to add the final piece. Also picked up a Dell S2716DG monitor.

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Originally Posted by jleslie246 View Post

omg im still trying to find one in stock! Everyone is sold out. Since im still waiting, what version is the best for a waterblock?

I just ran a bench of Fire Strike Ultra and got about scored about 1K less then a similarly spec'd machine and only 80% bracket?

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12044857/fs/12035062#

Any ideas?
post #1904 of 10700
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Originally Posted by moonbogg View Post



Hits 2100/6000 stable at stock voltage. Replaced two 980ti's with this beast and couldn't be happier.

Also, regarding timespy, I can't get it to run the second graphics benchmark no matter what I do. I seem to remember having that problem with the 980ti's as well. I think I said screw it and just ignored that benchmark. All the other ones run perfect.

jZqbbD6.jpg

Nice GPU Block.

First time trying to put a GPU underwater. Some advise on the following would be appreciated.

I am looking to get the same EK block as the one above post for the my GTX 1080ti FE.

Can I use the stock back plate with the EK full block?
Will a 120mm EK cool stream radiator be enough to keep this GPU cool?
Also will the below EK Reservoir/Pump combo be ok?

EK-DCP 2.2 X-RES Combo Reservoir for EK-DCP 2.2
https://www.scan.co.uk/products/ek-dcp-22-x-res-combo-reservoir-for-ek-dcp-22

Does anyone know of a cheap but OK toolkit that will do the job.

I only have a small NZXT Manta case so not a lot of space to play about with.

Many Thanks in advance thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by OldNerd View Post

I just ran a bench of Fire Strike Ultra and got about scored about 1K less then a similarly spec'd machine and only 80% bracket?

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12044857/fs/12035062#

Any ideas?

His card is unlikely to be at running at 1646 like 3dmark thinks. Probably in the 2000-2100 range like the rest of em.

Here's my fire strike score, but this one was run at 2063 on just a pedestrian 4790K at 5.0Ghz, despite's 3DMark claiming otherwise.



http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12024073
post #1906 of 10700
Is it safe to have the memory oc'ed +700? My card is under water.
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Is it safe to have the memory oc'ed +700? My card is under water.

You're likely to see artifacts there and loose actual performance due to higher error rates.
post #1908 of 10700
How ironic.

The worst performing crappiest cooler/heatsink (FE), is the most difficult to dismantle & reassemble.

How much extra money, would it really cost them. Do you think; to simply use a semi-decent cooler, on it. 10 bux?

Thank god we have EVGA, and others.. etc.
Edited by nrpeyton - 3/18/17 at 1:48pm
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Joined the club today! Just recently finished the new build and was waiting to add the final piece. Also picked up a Dell S2716DG monitor.

Enjoy the monitor, i've been using one since release and love it!.
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Originally Posted by KraxKill View Post

His card is unlikely to be at running at 1646 like 3dmark thinks. Probably in the 2000-2100 range like the rest of em.

Here's my fire strike score, but this one was run at 2063 on just a pedestrian 4790K at 5.0Ghz, despite's 3DMark claiming otherwise.



http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12024073

Thanks for the info. Any consensus what the avg oc for stock voltages are?
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