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Vince (k|ngp|n) just dropped this!

How stable is that lol.
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Originally Posted by GreedyMuffin View Post

Getting mine today!

On my 1080 I re-used my backplate from the FE cooler. Have people tried the same with the Ti?

They are actually different. I didn't try it as I talked with EK and they said it would not work. From the looks of it though the screw pattern is the same. Underneath is where it is different. I still have my 1080 FE EKWB and EKBP I am trying to sell.
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Max temp is 35 with an ek block. - how many radiators you have and what is the speed of fans? It`s very low temp, probably your fans are working like a crazy biggrin.gif and many noise...

Yea that does seem on the low side or a very NON taxing game like CSGO. My gaming temp gets no higher than 45c. Tested that last night with Arma 3 on the new 64bit platform. I am also on 720mm rad space.
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Originally Posted by MunneY View Post




Vince (k|ngp|n) just dropped this!

This another one of those liquid nitrogen tests that .000001% people actually would use as their home setup?
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Originally Posted by eXistencelies View Post

They are actually different. I didn't try it as I talked with EK and they said it would not work. From the looks of it though the screw pattern is the same. Underneath is where it is different. I still have my 1080 FE EKWB and EKBP I am trying to sell.

I found that somebody did that with an EK block and FE backplate on Pascal Titan X.
post #2176 of 10620
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Vince (k|ngp|n) just dropped this!
drool.gif

Wont be long now till subzero runs can push gpu clocks past average .CPU overclocks
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post #2177 of 10620
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Originally Posted by GreedyMuffin View Post

I found that somebody did that with an EK block and FE backplate on Pascal Titan X.

Hmm....They must have done some modding because the Titan XP and 1080ti have a 8+6pin power phase where as the 1080 fe has only an 8 pin. Not sure how they would get the 1080 fe block to fit on the 1080ti fe card without cutting the plexi?







Look at the cut for the power phase.
Edited by eXistencelies - 3/21/17 at 6:25am
post #2178 of 10620
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Hmm....They must have done some modding because the Titan XP and 1080ti have a 8+6pin power phase where as the 1080 fe has only an 8 pin. Not sure how they would get the 1080 fe block to fit on the 1080ti fe card without cutting the plexi?







Look at the cut for the power phase.

I am sorry, you misunderstood.

Someone installed a EK Titan XP block on their TXP, and used the stock backplate that came with the TXP.

I just said FE due to the bascially same cooler across the board. ^^
post #2179 of 10620
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Originally Posted by GreedyMuffin View Post

I am sorry, you misunderstood.

Someone installed a EK Titan XP block on their TXP, and used the stock backplate that came with the TXP.

I just said FE due to the bascially same cooler across the board. ^^

Ahh yes, You can do that. I did that with my 1080 FE when I first got it to test it. Then I removed it. Just didn't like the faded black plastic back plate. I used EK's back plate.
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I did that with my old 1080 as well. I am curious to see if it is doable with th eTi as well.
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