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Thermaltake Riing fans?
post #2582 of 10798
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Thermaltake Riing fans?

Yes. New ones are pretty sick riing premium but for $100 for 3 I'll pass lol got 11 fans as it stands
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post #2583 of 10798
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Yes. New ones are pretty sick riing premium but for $100 for 3 I'll pass lol got 11 fans as it stands

Looks really sharp. I'm a little envious. tongue.gif But man... 11 fans?! Geez... How loud does that get?
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Looks really sharp. I'm a little envious. tongue.gif But man... 11 fans?! Geez... How loud does that get?
Super quiet believe it or not. The 1080ti fans are much louder. CPU temps stay really low with all rads. So usually my pump will step it up a notch not so much fans. Why I wanna put these cards under water. Was going for a silent gaming monster lol
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post #2585 of 10798
can we do 3 way or 4 way sli with founder edition 1080ti or is it the same ...as before locked
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Super quiet believe it or not. The 1080ti fans are much louder. CPU temps stay really low with all rads. So usually my pump will step it up a notch not so much fans. Why I wanna put these cards under water. Was going for a silent gaming monster lol

Build looks gorgeous for sure. Almost makes me wanna re-do my setup with an In-Win 805 and some Riings tongue.gif
post #2587 of 10798
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Dude, I typed "1080 ti quantum break" into Google and OMG look at my first result!

http://www.techspot.com/review/1352-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-ti/page6.html

And oh wait, what's this? Google has results for Mafia 3 with 1080 Ti AND its the SAME ARTICLE!

http://www.techspot.com/review/1352-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-ti/page4.html

Wow, mind blowing isn't it? The power of the Google.

You see, here is where we disagree, have you even read what I have written in my comment or not?
You can also take your condescending tone somewhere else.

So Iam going to ask for the third time since it was ignored twice now, but this time Iam going to highlight the important stuff so huffy and self-important blokes like the one Iam replying to will take notice.

I have a question for you folks, When the non reference 1080 ti cards will arrive, I plan on playing quantum break after I get one, but can someone do a test or a little benchmark with quantum break ? I prefer to play on 1080p and everything ultra with upscaling turned off obviously and with my gtx 980 ti I get around 40 - 45 fps max, in combat scenes even below 40. Can someone do a test for me on how it plays and performs on a 1080 ti please? Thanks.!!!! Important thing is to leave the ugly muddy, blurry upscaling option turned OFF !!!!

Also do a Mafia 3 benchmark, I would prefer a real world gameplay scenario of you driving around the city and the swamps and see what the fps was, because it seems the FPS tanks quite a lot during fast driving through these areas, especially during day in swamps and the city.
Edited by Mato87 - 3/26/17 at 1:34am
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Is there a concensus as to what would be the ideal copper shim size for mounting an AIO with a flat base (such as H55 with a Kraken G10) ?

I have searched the thread and saw someone mentioned the GPU die is 25x20mm so a shim of 25x20x2mm would be needed. I haven't seen such sized shims anywhere.

I have a 25x25x1.5mm shim that I had on my 980ti.

Looking at getting a founders edition 1080ti and mounting my H75 with KrakenG10 on it, in the same way that GamerNexus did their DIY hybrid. However I see that that use an eVGA GPU AIO that has the stepped base - so negating the need for a shim.
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Super quiet believe it or not. The 1080ti fans are much louder. CPU temps stay really low with all rads. So usually my pump will step it up a notch not so much fans. Why I wanna put these cards under water. Was going for a silent gaming monster lol

I know what you mean. My case has 23 fans, and the 1080 ti was louder than all of them combined by a huge margin. These things are sweet under water. My idle temps went from 50c to 25c. My highest temp last night testing and gaming was 35c even with it clocked to 2063.

The clocks are solid now too except when it slams into the power limit. I don't know how you guys can get 2100 core without it power throttling like crazy. Mine is average I suppose but no coil whine. smile.gif
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I know what you mean. My case has 23 fans, and the 1080 ti was louder than all of them combined by a huge margin. These things are sweet under water. My idle temps went from 50c to 25c. My highest temp last night testing and gaming was 35c even with it clocked to 2063.

The clocks are solid now too except when it slams into the power limit. I don't know how you guys can get 2100 core without it power throttling like crazy. Mine is average I suppose but no coil whine. smile.gif

23 fans? Jesus Christ and I thought having 11 fans was too much, 5 case fans, 3 gk fans, 2 cpu fans and one psu fan biggrin.gif Apparently it isn't
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