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My EK waterblock and backplate are arriving today!!





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https://ocaholic.ch/modules/news/article.php?storyid=16287 New renders of the anticipated non reference gtx 1080 ti from gigabyte just surfaced. Source says release is due mid april. Iam getting that beauty for sure. Kind of sad it's a bit of a downgrade from the 980 ti xtrem windforce in terms of aesthetics, but the performance is freaking worth it ! Can't wait. It's going to set me back for at least 900 euro Iam sure, but I have my wallet ready drool.gif
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Nvidia GeForce 378.92 WHQL



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Originally Posted by ratzofftoya View Post

I have two reference cards (one EVGA and one Gigabyte). Have not opened yet. Is there any reason to wait for aftermarket if I am watercooling anyway?

Still a little early, but evga has some info on their aftermarket Ti's. There is a comparision chart. http://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=11G-P4-6393-KR
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I have two reference cards (one EVGA and one Gigabyte). Have not opened yet. Is there any reason to wait for aftermarket if I am watercooling anyway?

If it were me I'd test my GPUs for a few days running various stress tests before I put them under water. Imagine finding out you have an issue and having to re-do the whole loop.
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Maybe its because I have two cards but the wail these make is worse than some server fans (some 40mm fans have it beat)

edit also gratz on the card man thumb.gif

It def makes some noise but nothing too extreme imo. People dont realize how loud some of the older ati radeons used to be... man you want to talk about loud... they sounded like a jet plane taking off. Also, thanks 😎✌️🔥🔥🔥
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Well for me, I'm not too worried about the AIB cards...I have my water block sitting and waiting patiently to go on a card, so the FE card is exactly what I need. Looking at the $30 over retail including shipping as a premium...I ordered mine today, and should have it by the end of the week...especially considering what I was planning on spending before we knew the actual MSRP.
I TRIED to tell everybody that it would be $649 if a 3300cuda core cutdown or $699 if full titan but EVERYBODY just called me all kind of stupid. I got literally nobody to agree with me. It wasnt that hard to predict. Same as EVERY OTHER Ti, EVER.smile.gif
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If this is in response to folding for a couple days, my two Titan XM's which are overvolted to 1.2 and running 1405/4000 would cost under $10 for the two days my system would be folding. Money is money though tongue.gif

I do know rates vary by place though, but should still be low, unless you have some rediculous kW/h rate.

I remember using three cards playing overwatch for a month added like $40 onto my bill doing 3-12 hour sessions tongue.gif
THAT is $1500/mo! Man, screw folding. that's crazy. What do you get for it? Id rather flip dollars to homeless folks at streetlights, tbh.
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Yeah I can only get mine to sit stable at 2050. Temps look perfect, I suppose I just didn't get lucky with the silicon lottery. Also throttles down to about 2000Mhz once temps are above 55*C or so (but that might be more related to voltage than temps since the voltage limit is pegged).
man, you did get lucky. you are in here crying when many of us can only get 2012-2025 max stable and downclock in the 1900s. enjoy your solid midling card. it's above average for sure. average is about 2025/downclocks to 1974
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man, you did get lucky. you are in here crying when many of us can only get 2012-2025 max stable and downclock in the 1900s. enjoy your solid midling card. it's above average for sure. average is about 2025/downclocks to 1974
Definitely not crying... Just stating that I didn't win the silicon lottery. Not sure if it's BS but I've seen people posting 2100+ clocks with no issue. I definitely didn't get screwed, it's performing about par.
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Definitely not crying... Just stating that I didn't win the silicon lottery. Not sure if it's BS but I've seen people posting 2100+ clocks with no issue. I definitely didn't get screwed, it's performing about par.


Aren't most, if not all, of the 2100+ clocks under water?
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Aren't most, if not all, of the 2100+ clocks under water?
Not sure honestly. Mine seems like more of a voltage issue than a temp issue though. I guess you can mod the BIOS and raise voltages, not sure what they're doing.
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