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hmm. that's a thought. When is Skylake-E supposed to be released? This year or next?

If this year, I might just part out my 2nd rig now and wait for Skylake-E to hit and make my X99 system the backup like you said - with 4x Titan XPs! tongue.gif

Look at this:

Just seen what this poster wrote, interesting.
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I am suffering.
why?

1080 Ti no stock... TITAN XP waterblock no stock.
As suggested, you may be able to snag one directly from Nvidia as they go in and out of stock there constantly.
I did mention earlier that I got one from a dealer in B.C., just by watching the reports of 1080Ti stock at various sites, I think PCPartpicker showed that particular listing when they got some in.

As for Titan X Pascal blocks, I just ordered an EK block and backplate directly from EK last night, they had plenty in stock then.
    
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Using the EK-FC titan x Pascal block i put thermal pads on the areas marked red. I noticed when i took the stock air cooler off they had pads there but it did not say to put them on there in the waterblock installation guide.
Just wondering if anyone else did the same.

That's the problem with ek water blocks. They are not built with overclockers in mind (weirdly).
Had this issue in the past, for the 780 L the block didn't even touch the vrm's. I wrote a message to a ekwb rep about it but he just responded that the vrm's were rated to handle 80C and shouldn't be an issue .. *****

We solved it by putting​ double pads on there so it had some contact with the block. Usually sat around 60C after that, and I haven't given it a thought until I saw your post.

Seemingly on these cards (1080 ti) it's the memory that needs cooling the most. Which makes me think those hybrid solutions with the closed loop attachment won't do a very good job, since the have very minimal effect on the memory temps. Other than moving the heat away from the core, thus lowering the ambient around the mems.
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That's the problem with ek water blocks. They are not built with overclockers in mind (weirdly).
Had this issue in the past, for the 780 L the block didn't even touch the vrm's. I wrote a message to a ekwb rep about it but he just responded that the vrm's were rated to handle 80C and shouldn't be an issue .. *****

We solved it by putting​ double pads on there so it had some contact with the block. Usually sat around 60C after that, and I haven't given it a thought until I saw your post.

Seemingly on these cards (1080 ti) it's the memory that needs cooling the most. Which makes me think those hybrid solutions with the closed loop attachment won't do a very good job, since the have very minimal effect on the memory temps. Other than moving the heat away from the core, thus lowering the ambient around the mems.

The top most red squares, are the chokes on the memory VRM (i think).
Would probably run @ 65c under load with no help. (totally bare)

Not sure about the other bits you marked red. Would be interesting to see how hot they get without any extra pads. But I will probably do the same as you, once everything arrives.

How high did you need to go, to make contact with block on those extra areas? (i.e. what sizes of pads & did you have to stack them)?

The reference design is quite small, so any extra pads at all (beyond what EK manual states) will help. I just imagine it would be quite tricky (painstaking) working out heights for everything. (too much and it can affect pressure/compression of pads on nearby areas which are more important).

I found that getting good compression, was a lot more important than W/mk rating, with pads.

I used an EK 780TI block on my 1080 Classy. Perfect fit. Everything was directly cooled except memory-VRM.
So core, memory chips & core-VRM all directly cooled.

Edited by nrpeyton - 3/20/17 at 12:38am
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Well I have had a 1080 Ti for Almost a week.

I removed a 1060 6gb and everything was working great.

I Installed the GTX 1080 Ti from Nvidia, I have already ordered the EK waterblock and backplate but have not gotten yet.

But after I fire a game up within a few mins I get whats in the video below. I have not overclocked yet and I have even set fan to 100% and it still does it.

I have seen the temp go as high as 84c but most of the time I pop out its in the 70C ish range.

I have reinstalled the drivers and I have a EVGA SuperNOVA 1300 G2 Power Supply.I have reseated the card and made sure the cable was in good.

Guess its RMA time for me.


Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yE8PcS7kZQE


Edited by Mongo - 3/20/17 at 4:19am
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Well I have had a 1080 Ti for Almost a week.

I removed a 1060 6gb and everything was working great.

I Installed the GTX 1080 Ti from Nvidia, I have already ordered the EK waterblock and backplate but have not gotten yet.

But after I fire a game up within a few mins I get whats in the video below. I have not overclocked yet and I have even set fan to 100% and it still does it.

I have seen the temp go as high as 84c but most of the time I pop out its in the 70C ish range.

I have reinstalled the drivers and I have a EVGA SuperNOVA 1300 G2 Power Supply.I have reseated the card and made sure the cable was in good.

Guess its RMA time for me.


Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yE8PcS7kZQE

Maybe it`s only in 1 game ? I`m not sure but it can be bug in game, have you tried run any other game ?
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Yeah, try some other games, Ghost recon wildlands is far from perfect of glitches, I have some weird issues on 780Ti SLI myself. Run fine on 980Ti except those dip with huge frametime increase.
The temperature seems high tho, could be bad TIM from factory.
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Hey GTX 1080 Ti owners,

We are having our monthly Foldathon from Monday 20th - Wednesday 22nd - 12noon EST.  From what i gather, these 1080 Ti are monster GPU's each capable of pumping out in excess of 1 Million Points per day eek.gif .
So with that said, would you consider putting all that power to a good cause for those 2 days? If so, come sign up and fold with us - see attached link.

March 2017 Foldathon



To get started:

1.Get a passkey (allows for speed bonus) - need a valid email address
http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/getpasskey.py


2.Download the folding program:
http://folding.stanford.edu/


Enter your folding name (mine is the same as my OCN name)
Enter your passkey
Enter Team OCN number - 37726


later
lanofsong

bump for awareness OCN could really use a few of the 1080ti users to fold some units to help us retake 3rd gunner2.gif
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You picked a terrible time, considering it's in the ME: Andromeda release day.

You don't have to run full time just a few hr's here are there on these big cards puts up a lot of work units. thumb.gif
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No thanks. Mom and dad doesn't pay my electric bill.
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Wonder what kind of numbers I could put down for folding. Have not done it in a long time. 12 RX480's 2 RX470's 1 1080 and 1 1080ti. Hmmmm.....
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