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Thank you, without it, nothing is properly level, my OCD doesn't allow it. The support isn't visible behind the GPU cables once those are installed.

lol I was going to say it blends in so well with the rest of the build I didn't even notice it until it was pointed out lachen.gif Nice job thumb.gif
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lol I was going to say it blends in so well with the rest of the build I didn't even notice it until it was pointed out lachen.gif Nice job thumb.gif

Thank you good sir. Seems no one is willing to create a proper GPU support bracket that doesn't look too gaudy.
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Thank you good sir. Seems no one is willing to create a proper GPU support bracket that doesn't look too gaudy.
it really is a clean build. very very sexy.
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I just watched a "VRM Build Quality" video analysis of the 1080 TI Founders Edition.

Experts are saying that the stock 1080 TI Founders Ed has a significantly upgraded VRM, compared to the Titan X Pascal.

Nvidia say the VRM is capable of 250w, but if you could adequately cool the VRM; it could theoretically take up to 800w before dieing.

Overall they were very impressed with the VRM quality, and say Nvidia has done a fantastic job on the VRM.

This is definitely a breath of fresh air. "Nvidia could of went with less mosfets or lower quality, but they didn't".
Here's the video, it's extremely interesting... anyone who owns a Nvidia 1080TI FE, or thinking of getting one; should watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dSCNf9DIBGE
Edited by nrpeyton - 3/23/17 at 1:47pm
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I got my Asus 1080 Ti FE for 820€(915$) inkl. tax and shipping i few days ago here in Germany.

I am testing it at stock cooler right now, but i am planning to put it on a EK waterblock within the next days. So far i'm satisfied. My aim is 2000/6000 and i got a stable OC at +150/+550 on air. +175/+550 seemed to be stable first, but then it crashed after some longer benches. Normally the card boosts to 2000-2050(cooler on manual 80%), my only concern are the short drops in clockspeed, at demanding scenes they go down to 1900 because of the power limit. I hope to smoothen that out with the watercooling, but i am not sure in how far the cooling affects the power limit. I really would like to see the clocks above 2000 in every situation.

Question to all the guys, who already have it on watercooling: can you hold the card above 2000MHz under all circumstances?
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My MSI log file under water, pump at 65%, Heaven benchmark Extreme preset, fullscreen disabled.

Pretty much the entire time my card keeps clocked at 2063 core except a few glitches near the end. Probably if I put my pump speed higher I wouldn't even get the minor glitches.

Might need to right click, Properties, Unblock the zip file.

HardwareMonitoring.zip 2k .zip file

Edit: This is with an EK waterblock and backplate, CPU and dedicated PhysX card in loop on a 360 rad with six fans, I should change the fan curve though on the fans, I think they are only running at 30% or so.

Might do that now. smile.gif
Edited by KedarWolf - 3/23/17 at 2:07pm
    
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Second card just got in! Waiting for waterblocks. I QUIT! Lol no more mods!!! Have to say with the one card installed I played mass effect 3440x1440 on ultra and it looks amazing. My Monitor only refreshes 60Hz can only imagine 100 and above.
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@Kevlarwolf:
thanks a lot, very interesting and nice results. if i get similar results on water i will be satisfied.
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This Afterburner log is Heaven maxed out at system resolution of 4K.

2063 core, once again, just a few minor clock drops at the end which may be due to Heaven's engine and the scenes being rendered.

Right click zip, Properties, Unblock if you need to.

I upped my rad fans to 60%, pump at 65%.

HardwareMonitoring2.zip 3k .zip file
    
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Now that I lowered my memory to +553 because it benches better than at +604 I have core at 2063 substained in Heaven benchmark at 4K. sonic.gif

It's Firestrike stress test and Heaven stable. biggrin.gif

See above post for MSI Afterburner log file.
    
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