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Originally Posted by Jbravo33 View Post

regardless of AIB or not i dont see this card getting more than 2100 only a couple people have. Im on water sli, one fe, one msi fe and 2075 is max whats a AIB on water gonna get 21? maybe 2113 or so? Is that worth the wait and extra money? Id say just get FE and soak it!

And are your FE's being power limited?
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To be honest I don't even know. I'm using msi afterburner voltage is unlocked and set to 100. Power target also max. Highest temp after hours of benching then gaming hit 46. I can only get max 170 core 575 mem but that doesn't get me best score in benches. I'm just going by my situation and from this thread literally been thru every page and wrote down values everyone had posted 2100 is scarce lol. We haven't seen aib cards under water but I'm just speculating but to be much higher than that I'd be shocked and pissed for not waiting biggrin.gif how can u tell if it's power limited? Here I go more tests. Haha
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Got them on finally, they are some beautiful cards and oh so powerful I absolutely love these babies lol...cant wait to put my system back together to play with them after installing the water blocks and probably do shunt mod after a while to get a base line to work with for the shunt mod and deliding my 6700k should help boost all oc's.
When I first got them and installed after just playing with them I got them to this and didn't push my further because my pump was going out and had to rip both pumps out and send back
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To be honest I don't even know. I'm using msi afterburner voltage is unlocked and set to 100. Power target also max. Highest temp after hours of benching then gaming hit 46. I can only get max 170 core 575 mem but that doesn't get me best score in benches. I'm just going by my situation and from this thread literally been thru every page and wrote down values everyone had posted 2100 is scarce lol. We haven't seen aib cards under water but I'm just speculating but to be much higher than that I'd be shocked and pissed for not waiting biggrin.gif how can u tell if it's power limited? Here I go more tests. Haha
turn on monitoring in your settings menu in afterburner. then tick the box saying 'show in osd' then you can see your power limit, clocks, etc while gaming/benching.
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Hi,

I can confirm that to much thermal paste to the point where it touch the resisance/capacitor around the GPU DIE

Can impact stability.

Before touching anything,(with the stock card) I was able to hold 2000 but not for long before power limit was pulling me bellow.but it never crash.

I decided to remove power limit.

in the end it had artic silver 5 on it, (but while searching for a way to shunt mod with what I had, I just re-apply thermal pas without cleaning arround the GPU die, There was so much that I could not see the small "cap" arround the GPU.

My card was not stable with a long run or gaming at 1900 and was instant crash at 2000.

At first I tough the shunt could have done that or my power supply could not old the new power (it did shut down itself a couple of time in some game. but I change it for a 1000W and it never shut down again)

But I still could not touch the 2000mhz clock....

So I decided to clean everything very well around the GPU and reapply thermal paste (MX4 because I bought a big tube of it)

I use the small rice X on GPU instead of spreading it everywhere.

And now I am stable at 2037

I know I read artic silver was a little capacitive so maybe it hurt the value of the cap/res around the GPU and mess with the stability.

I was a little scare I broke something when soldering the shunt but it was the paste and now everything is fine.
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i guess it always depends somehow on circumstances. if you play 4k and your monitor refresh rate is 60 hz but you are mostlikly below 60 hz frametimes can make a difference in good gaming experience... in other circumstances maybe not that much...

i have a 4k monitor and in a lot of games i havent 60+ fps obviously... so it can make a difference
in addition i had to install my waterblock anyway, so for me (i have an engineering degree in electronics) a shunt mod is like yeah what ever, ill do it becaue i have stripped the card down anyway...



Hello, only a little question because you are using a x41 with the 1080 ti fe.
I have a new x62 and a water extreme 3.0. Do you think I could attach one of them to my evga 1080 ti fe?? Did you use a copper shim or something to addapt it? Thanks
post #2967 of 10848
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Good, now you can stop bugging people about Quantum Break. tongue.gif

hehe , will finally find out if it can run at 1080p above 60 fps with upscaling turned off smile.gif
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Originally Posted by rcfc89 View Post

Who confirmed its only the non-OC being released?

At my store, they don't even have the standard aorus version of the card in the store and they won't have it until the end of next month, so Iam guessing the xtreme version comes after that.
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Originally Posted by illypso View Post

Hi,

I can confirm that to much thermal paste to the point where it touch the resisance/capacitor around the GPU DIE

Can impact stability.

Before touching anything,(with the stock card) I was able to hold 2000 but not for long before power limit was pulling me bellow.but it never crash.

I decided to remove power limit.

in the end it had artic silver 5 on it, (but while searching for a way to shunt mod with what I had, I just re-apply thermal pas without cleaning arround the GPU die, There was so much that I could not see the small "cap" arround the GPU.

My card was not stable with a long run or gaming at 1900 and was instant crash at 2000.

At first I tough the shunt could have done that or my power supply could not old the new power (it did shut down itself a couple of time in some game. but I change it for a 1000W and it never shut down again)

But I still could not touch the 2000mhz clock....

So I decided to clean everything very well around the GPU and reapply thermal paste (MX4 because I bought a big tube of it)

I use the small rice X on GPU instead of spreading it everywhere.

And now I am stable at 2037

I know I read artic silver was a little capacitive so maybe it hurt the value of the cap/res around the GPU and mess with the stability.

I was a little scare I broke something when soldering the shunt but it was the paste and now everything is fine.

I don't know, if more people see similar results I'll believe​ it, but too many variables for me to believe.
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Anyone on the fence about mounting a x41 can rest assured, I'm getting 42C with 100% fan load and 45C with 50% fan speed.

Hitting 2088 easily now. Can do half a run on heaven at 2101Mhz but once temperatures go to 40s, I go down to 2088.

How did you mount it, G10 bracket?
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Originally Posted by evassion View Post

Hello, only a little question because you are using a x41 with the 1080 ti fe.
I have a new x62 and a water extreme 3.0. Do you think I could attach one of them to my evga 1080 ti fe?? Did you use a copper shim or something to addapt it? Thanks

This .. I have an unopened X62 (waiting for AM4 bracket). Frankly, the EVGA Hybrid kit temps are underwhelming at best, moreso when looking at the Guru3d review of the MSI 1080Ti X 11G, which manages 69C with the fans at 60% .. overclocked.
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post #2970 of 10848
Guys, who knows which waterblock will be better and why I see different list of products for Titan and 1080ti if it`s should be compatible ?
For 1080ti only http://www.aquatuning.co.uk/water-cooling/gpu-water-blocks/gpu-full-cover/?p=1&o=3&n=12&f=2255
For Titan Pascal only http://www.aquatuning.co.uk/water-cooling/gpu-water-blocks/gpu-full-cover/?p=1&o=3&n=12&f=2202
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