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post #2181 of 10715
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Finally got my card and the hybrid cooler, was very easy to install. Found a mess up while installing it, wrong screw was used in the one spot. It wasn't fully screwed down either and was stripped, other than that I am happy about the outcome.




What AIO did you use?
post #2182 of 10715
Has anyone seen if the third party cards with other coolers have higher power limit?

From Hexus site

The above numbers are system-wide and depict peak power consumption when gaming. It's interesting to note that the 1080 Ti Founders Edition starts off at around 300 watts but soon drops to 260 watts as the card begins to throttle. No such quirk with the Inno3D, as the system continues to chew through 350 watts for the duration of the test.

It that from thermal or the Power limit =P
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Any one running a Ryzen chip with their Ti?
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Has anyone seen if the third party cards with other coolers have higher power limit?

I noticed evga has different powerpins on some of their aftermarket versions.
Edited by keikei - 3/21/17 at 8:19am
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How does it work with watercooling? or Hybrid? Will the card boost higher with the same amount of voltage? Im not getting over 1950, Hitting power limit and around 74c temp. Adding voltage does nothing,

My 1080 Evga hybrid was solid att 2114 never hit any power limit or anything. It never touched 130% I dont think it got close to 120% in games,
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I've seen someone on the EVGA forums who did this with their Titan X Pascal with no issues. EK lists it as incompatible so be careful.
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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.

You are correct my friend. I have the original back plate on my Titan XP. You can only use two screws on the front plate but it's totally secure. Need to check to see if the original screws are identical in thread count and length. I like the original back plate better than the plain one from EKWB. thumb.gif


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

Vince used highly modified cards with the 1080ti. He could not do this with the Titan XP the boards are much more complicated. Don't think you will see this on some ones home machine. rolleyes.gif

    
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We know that, that's part of the development of the 1080Ti KPE, probably.
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my baby is under water too
great card premium temps, always under 42 degrees smile.gif at 1440p with rog swift, when playing on 50' lcd 1080p temp never pass 32 degrees
have modded my hybrid kit with h105 rad and short tubes

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What AIO did you use?

http://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=400-HY-5188-B1

That one.
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We know that, that's part of the development of the 1080Ti KPE, probably.

You are probably right I had two 980 KingPins before my Titan XP and they were not good over clockers. Needed to be on LN2. I will not buy those cards again unless he makes changes to make them more friendly on water. thumb.gif
    
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