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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.

Woooo....hold on. With an exposed die you did the grain and squish?

If so, that is very very very risky. Being an exposed die, the entire and I mean entire die needs coverage. Not the sides though. Squishing it may not cover the corners and that can lead to the die burning up. Or parts of the die like ROPs or Memory controllers.

CPUs with IHS can use this method without ill effects, but you can not relie on this method for an exposed die.

Advice is to take it apart and reapply. Use a small plastic scraper...edge of a card. Something to act as a spreader. Or a clean finger tip. You can be stable and ok now...but that is not a risk I would take.

Prior results could be from too much paste/bad paste acting more like a heat insulator than a conductor of heat.
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I'm so Close!!! I see you! lol thumb.gif

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I'm so Close!!! I see you! lol thumb.gif


My gs is crazy , 59900 points , i will retry it with my 6900k smile.gif
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Mass effect and ghost recon 3440x1440 getting around 90 fps ultra everything


Getting that at 3440 with one card here in Andromeda. Lows of 65
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I am too high and prestigious on the pc master race pyramid to bother to look at what FPS my games are running at. It is beneath me.

Also, Andromeda is such a long game, I'm like 50 hours into and still tons of stuff to do. Granted, I am doing basically every side mission and exploring every nook, and I haven't even touched the multiplayer yet.
Edited by AMDATI - 3/31/17 at 2:20am
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Hybrid is totally worth it! 10/10 would recommend. biggrin.gif
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My gs is crazy , 59900 points , i will retry it with my 6900k smile.gif

Yea it is. I've gotten to 59100 physics is good at 20k but for some reason can't seem to patch it all together with a good combined. I've gotten 9900 combined on prior runs but I can never get plus 9200 with all three. That would def throw me in the club. rolleyes.gif

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Getting that at 3440 with one card here in Andromeda. Lows of 65

I ditched the precision oc, afterburner is working much better. I'll try again and see what I get. It was holding me back 40 plus fps in heaven.
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Trying to go for 33K graphics score, don't think it'll push that far though

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post #2987 of 10854
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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.

I'm lost as to why the kits you buy aren't working very well. Running Heaven maxed out for 30 minutes results in 45c for me.

I honestly thought something might be reporting temps wrong given your problems. Then I went back to Gamers Nexus 1080 Ti hybrid test and found his test results are the same as mine.

http://www.gamersnexus.net/guides/2841-gtx-1080-ti-hybrid-benchmarks-remove-thermal-limit/page-2
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Looking at the GN Hybrid variant, we’re hovering around 45C. This gives us a ~40C reduction in hard temperature vs. FE, from which stems additional thermal headroom for boosting.
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post #2988 of 10854
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Good looking out guess my voltage was at 50. changed that to 100 I can now get to 2088 on heaven stable. if I push to 2100 I crash but power percentage max 114% and 113% on each card. that mean theres more room to work with?

edit: at 2100 I'm reaching limit on 3d mark and crashes so I guess 2088 is where it stands for these. one hits power limit the other hovers around 114%

So yeah, that proves that the 1080Ti FE's are still power-limited, sigh frown.gif That doesn't mean that a custom card that is not power-limited will outperform a 1080Ti that is power-limited but at least you get the peace of mind from the custom card that you won't be considering the power limit because there's always extra room, right? I guess what I'm trying to say is:

FE's OC potential main factors = power limit and silicone lottery
Custom boards OC potential main factor = silicone lottery

Makes sense?
post #2989 of 10854
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

So yeah, that proves that the 1080Ti FE's are still power-limited, sigh frown.gif That doesn't mean that a custom card that is not power-limited will outperform a 1080Ti that is power-limited but at least you get the peace of mind from the custom card that you won't be considering the power limit because there's always extra room, right? I guess what I'm trying to say is:

FE's OC potential main factors = power limit and silicone lottery
Custom boards OC potential main factor = silicone lottery

Makes sense?

I am pickin' up, what your layin' down. I still personally think that lottery is key, time will tell.

I got a good month to wait till May 1st and that is if things remain on point.
post #2990 of 10854
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Originally Posted by shalafi View Post

How did you mount it, G10 bracket?
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.

No, I just cut the intel bracket, drillef four holes and mounted it in the shroud.
Edited by SlimJ87D - 3/31/17 at 5:08am
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