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post #1951 of 10707
I truly wonder if those Ebay guys actually do manage to sell those cards at those prices this week.
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Originally Posted by nrpeyton View Post

Plenty on Ebay, but you're paying premium for "in hand ready for dispatch".

Ppl buying, just to sell @ ridiculous prices. I hope they get left with a few, lol.

First 3 that popped up cost:

-999
-950
-845

Normal price = 699

Chancers, like.

Amazon private stores / sellers are just as bad $850 + ! I paid 775 I think with overnight saturdays early am delivery lol
post #1953 of 10707
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Originally Posted by nrpeyton View Post

I truly wonder if those Ebay guys actually do manage to sell those cards at those prices this week.

Many are full on bs pre-order sales. They dont even have the card but are flipping it based on credit card purchases and a premium....
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Amazon private stores / sellers are just as bad $850 + ! I paid 775 I think with overnight saturdays early am delivery lol

Is there any reason for Nvidia rushing the TI out, was it ahead of schedule?

Seems odd how they're so short. I mean they are only manufacturing 1 product jost now.. factories won't be doing anything else.

Should catch up soon.

Partner companies all seem a bit behind too.

Or maybe its all part of a strategy to keep suspense up. "the harder something is to get, the more you want it".
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Just keep an eye on nowinstock and zooalert
nowinstock, thats how I got mine, They even have an alarm module, I put the volume to the max and jump out of the bed. (almost killed myself) then got back to sleep. Wasn't sure if it was a dream when I woke up but I had the confirmation email. biggrin.gif
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nowinstock, thats how I got mine, They even have an alarm module, I put the volume to the max and jump out of the bed. (almost killed myself) then got back to sleep. Wasn't sure if it was a dream when I woke up but I had the confirmation email. biggrin.gif

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post #1957 of 10707
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Originally Posted by nrpeyton View Post

Is there any reason for Nvidia rushing the TI out, was it ahead of schedule?

Seems odd how they're so short. I mean they are only manufacturing 1 product jost now.. factories won't be doing anything else.

Should catch up soon.

Partner companies all seem a bit behind too.

Or maybe its all part of a strategy to keep suspense up. "the harder something is to get, the more you want it".

It is the Apple pioneered "choked" supply chain to ensure hype and demand , keeps it in the news and artificially primes supply/ demand.
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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

Stock backplate won't fit without modding it based on what i read from EK's instructions for that waterblock.

I think that pump/res should work fine, but it seems kind of cheap. I wouldn't be comfortable with it. Make sure you do research and read reviews. As far as a single 120mm fan/radiator being used, thats all people use with the hybrid kits and they work fine, so I think it would work well. You may consider an EVGA hybrid kit and just do it that way, but a full block is better I think. Looks better at least, thats for sure. Those hybrid kits are ugly as all hell.

Also, I feel very lucky to already have one of these in my rig under water and working great. So many people want one but just can't buy it. I barely made it on release day. I almost missed the initial stock.
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What is everyone seeing for temps with water? I have dual d5s set on speed 2, an rs360, monsta 240mm both with push pull sp120 hp on 5v, ek supremacy evo, and ek nickel/plexi titan xp block. 4770k is at 4.4 at 1.325v. 1080ti is stock voltage +160 core, +400mem. Before I added the gpu I would hit about 72c on the cpu, now with the gpu under water, I hit 83 on the cpu and 56 on gpu after 1 conquest round in bf1. Should be plenty of rad I would think, but it seems way too hot.
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What is everyone seeing for temps with water? I have dual d5s set on speed 2, an rs360, monsta 240mm both with push pull sp120 hp on 5v, ek supremacy evo, and ek nickel/plexi titan xp block. 4770k is at 4.4 at 1.325v. 1080ti is stock voltage +160 core, +400mem. Before I added the gpu I would hit about 72c on the cpu, now with the gpu under water, I hit 83 on the cpu and 56 on gpu after 1 conquest round in bf1. Should be plenty of rad I would think, but it seems way too hot.

 

Uh... something seems way wrong on those cpu temps. Did you use mustard for thermal paste? lol. Right now with 360mm of rad space I'm seeing around 40-45c on my 1080 ti with +150 core and a 5820k @ 4.2ghz.

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