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Ahhh, I understand now, you have the radiators for the water cooling, but why 4 man? where do you have them? Outside the case? or do you have a gigantic case?

I got into water-cooling and that's can become a bit of an obsession as others here could testify to I'm guessing. It's all in my gigantic Corsair 900d. One 480 is hung on the ceiling, a 480 and 280 are in the bottom, and another 240 is hung on the hard drive cage. I wanted to go crazy and have something to last me a long time. Any upgrades will always fit in this thing. smile.gif

I've even water-cooled my wife's htpc in the living room now. Maxes out at like 32 c. Overkill but awesome.
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Haha, yeah my loop was built to contain crossfire 290x's - about 600W of heat to dump from the GPUs alone. 50mm thick 420 + 480 with 11 fans between them now pretty overkill for a CPU and the 1080Ti, but it's quiet and well behaved. Damn thing weighs like 30KG though.

That's awesome. I love not having to worry about whatever upgrade that I might want to do. It will cool it. But your right. It weighs a ton.
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I got into water-cooling and that's can become a bit of an obsession as others here could testify to I'm guessing. It's all in my gigantic Corsair 900d. One 480 is hung on the ceiling, a 480 and 280 are in the bottom, and another 240 is hung on the hard drive cage. I wanted to go crazy and have something to last me a long time. Any upgrades will always fit in this thing. smile.gif.

Damn, that's a huge case, I reckon it weighs around 25 kg with all the components
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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.

That shim size should still work as I have one with a H55. This card runs hotter though, I get 58 to 60C with a 2000 rpm ran, too loud. Some people have e successfully used this copper disk, which will give you more surface area and should get you better performance.

Get the 1.5" one.

https://www.etsy.com/listing/294213319/copper-discs-14-gauge-stamping-blanks?ref=pla_similar_listing_top-1
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When watercooled, do the AIB cards with additional power phases clock higher than Founder's?
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When watercooled, do the AIB cards with additional power phases clock higher than Founder's?

I have this gun for you, if you point it at your head and pull the trigger it'll send you 4 weeks into​ the future so you can find out. JK.

The answer is a that it's a gamble. First you have to win the silicon lottery and get a card that can OC past 2050 without crashing and having the card at 2050 will put you around 115%-118% power draw. Look at all the reviews and people here, no one is really pushing past 2100 on "average."

Now if your card is a lottery winner, then yes that extra power might help you. The card at 2100+ MHz will probably draw like 125% power max sometimes, but sorry I highly doubt you'll get to 2150 MHz. But you won't throttle and lose that 1-2% extra frames. Yes, that's right, that 1-2% extra frames.

So partner card. You have to win the lottery, but first you should decide if it's worth paying extra money to get a OC dud like the latest 1080 To Asus review where they couldn't even OC the card and boost it to 2000 MHz without crashing, and this is a review site that sh9have gotten a binned card.
post #2616 of 10574
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When watercooled, do the AIB cards with additional power phases clock higher than Founder's?
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When watercooled, do the AIB cards with additional power phases clock higher than Founder's?

Not in this generation with pascal 1080, Titan xp and 1080 ti. Due to the fact that they are bottle-necked by their locked voltage.
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When watercooled, do the AIB cards with additional power phases clock higher than Founder's?
founder's has better power phases than some of the aftermarket cards. Unless one of them (likely Zotac) releases one where power limit is raised to 130% or 150% than, no. None will beat FE. And even if the power limit is raised you'll need a lucky chip.
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why would you set you frame limit OVER your refresh rate? All the input lag testing I've seen says to set it 1 below your refresh rate at 60Hz, and 2 below at 144. Aka, set the limiter at 142 on a 144Hz monitor (59 on a 60Hz0. NO input lag at all, no tearing, and slightly less workload for your gpu, keeping power target throttling at a minimum.

I have always ran G-Sync on and V-Sync on FAST. I was under the impression that this had all the benefits of what you mentioned, but with a higher refresh rate. I only recently set a cap at 70fps and I didn't notice any difference to lag. It's all very confusing and I'm happy to be proven wrong headscratch.gif
post #2619 of 10574
Excited to see that the hybrid for this and the TXP is officially announced. IIRC, the preorder for the FTW3 and SC2 should be up tomorrow. Hopefully that means a nice ICX non-SC version for step-up should follow soon after.
 
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post #2620 of 10574
On my watercooled 1080ti, maxed out power % and voltage @ 100. The core is stable @ +170. But i am also able to overclock memory over +1200 mhz. Is that normal? i get some artifacts if i go over 1200mhz. Seems weird everyone is doing like 400-500 and getting freeze if unstable. But i have no problem at 1200 + :S
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