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I need to stop coming here, lol. The more I visit this thread, the more I am tempted to do the shunt mod to play at 2114 Mhz... But for what? Literally 1.5% extra performance? RESIST THE URGE!
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Too cold with EK Block and 480 Radiator biggrin.gif


Those temps!!! Now I want, I was extremely happy plodding along at 47c until I saw that.
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Anyone got Coil Whine after installed Block for 1080Ti. is it normal to continue to use or playing game?
Coil whine is normal for GPU's a lot of time it doesn't become noticeable until after installing a water block due to all the noise of the fans on the GPU being gone. Also as asked above did you remove the backings on your thermal pads when installing? In your pic you posted you still have some of the backings on??
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Coil whine is normal for GPU's a lot of time it doesn't become noticeable until after installing a water block due to all the noise of the fans on the GPU being gone. Also as asked above did you remove the backings on your thermal pads when installing? In your pic you posted you still have some of the backings on??
Thank for your experience. Yes, I took off the plastic of thermalpad after pasted block to card.
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Those temps!!! Now I want, I was extremely happy plodding along at 47c until I saw that.

But how much of a difference would it be to go form 47C to 35C? Almost nearly negligible?
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I see. So in BF1, an OC'd 2600K (4.5GHz) will probably be CPU-bottlenecked with a 1080Ti at 1440p because the game is CPU hog in such a way that it can't keep up with the number of draw calls needed by the 1080Ti to achieve a high FPS, correct?
at 144fps, yes. at 60fps, probably not.
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But how much of a difference would it be to go form 47C to 35C? Almost nearly negligible?
yes. just like gaming at 1974 is basically the same as 2100, it's all in our ocd'd out heads. I guarantee you the rate of ocd on this board is very very high biggrin.gif. Now, if one were getting 57 fps in 4k, or was sitting at 96 fps on their 3440x1440 screen and just need to max it out (even then it's silly, but screw it!) then there's a reason to push for the MAX.
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But how much of a difference would it be to go form 47C to 35C? Almost nearly negligible?

It'll make a difference to how I feel smile.gif . I've been doing everything I can do to keep it under the 51c throttle point the last few days, I've settled down to 2050mhz @ 1.031v but with more temp headroom I could push the volts back up to stock and get 2100mhz full time.

Or I could get no perceivable speed gain but get to brag that I run my overclocked Ti at 36c. lol.
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that's where it comes into play: Peace of Mind.
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at 144fps, yes. at 60fps, probably not.
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at 144fps, yes. at 60fps, probably not.

I'm not sure I would agree with this. This is my 3930k @4.5ghz only at 45% usage with a pair of 980Ti's(98-99% usage) running 3440x1440p Ultra completely maxed out 114fps.

 
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Out of grizzly kryonaut, attic silver 5, coollabritories liquid metal ultra, or should I use a Indigo pad to cool this thing of

I used Conductonaut on my 1080 Ti..... Never using that stuff again. Now that its in place its staying but I will go back to kryonaut for the future.
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