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Just an FYI I just got notification the 1080 Ti hybrid kits by EVGA are available. $159 though 😔

http://www.evga.com/products/Product.aspx?pn=400-HY-5388-B1
post #3562 of 10746
This might be a good point to make us feel safer, but TiN, the guy that literally modified his card in all kinds of ways, made his card run triple the power limit and his VRM didn't die lol.
post #3563 of 10746
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Originally Posted by p2im0 View Post

Just an FYI I just got notification the 1080 Ti hybrid kits by EVGA are available. $159 though 😔

http://www.evga.com/products/Product.aspx?pn=400-HY-5388-B1

Yet you can buy a refurbished x41 for $65 and some mounting hardware at a hardware store and hack it to mount into the FE for $5 more. You'll need a copper shim too though, another $5.

$75 for mounted x41 hybrid. $60 if you want to go H55.

BTW, I have a H55 with a Noctua NF-F12 2000 RPM NON-PWM for sale for $45+split shipping. I'll throw in a copper shim with it. Missing the Intel bracket though​ if anyone is interested.
Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/4/17 at 1:15pm
post #3564 of 10746
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Yes you can buy a refurbished x41 for $65 and some mounting hardware at a hardware store and hack it to mount into the FE for $5 more. You'll need a copper shim too though, another $5.

$75 for mounted x41 hybrid.

Which will probably cool better I bet. rolleyes.gif
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Which will probably cool better I bet. rolleyes.gif

Yeah, with x41 I get 42C if the card is stock and 48C with some OC. But last night the Asus bios made it go up to 51C. Had to do 100% fan speed for 48C =/.

I can't wait to get home to give the Asus bios a try again.
post #3566 of 10746
Incoming TI on Thursday!!! the wait has been long and to go with the 1080TI a good spanking from the wife. FTW biggrin.gif

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Lmk how it goes. :-)
yeah, ill let you know if nvidia store craps on me.
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Yeah, with x41 I get 42C if the card is stock and 48C with some OC. But last night the Asus bios made it go up to 51C. Had to do 100% fan speed for 48C =/.

I can't wait to get home to give the Asus bios a try again.

Well don't forget that the fan curve with the ASUS bios is reduced as well. 100% is actually tolerable now. thumb.gif
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Okay, from a UL standpoint, nail polish IS NOT OKAY because it's flammable, the opposite of what ul looks for, flame resistant material.

I would have used circuit board RTV instead, that's what it's made for!

Use RTV DAMN IT!

You remember EVGA VRM blowing up? You want nail polish around that if it happened?

Maybe I am not understanding what you mean by "UL standpoint". The only thing I know of with a capital UL and talking about safety is Underwriter Laboratories. That "governing body" however does not stand for something being flame resistant at all. It is simply a regulatory agency that you submit a product to for a certain testing parameter and if your product passes you get a UL number associated for that product. You *can* test products for flame resistance, but simply being a UL listed product does not at all mean something is or isnt flame resistant.

Now myself I do much prefer a silicone because it is easier to apply, and easier to remove, and allows you to be even safer. I am just confused about the whole "UL" thing you are talking about.
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Hey guys just came in to say that I'm joining the club. If you asked me last week if I had plans to upgrade I would say no, but I told myself that if any of the Aorus 1080 Ti's were in stock by the time I woke up I would buy one. I was 100% sure they would all be gone immediately after midnight launch... and they were. Feel bad for the people who stayed up. I woke up in the morning a couple minutes after they put the Aorus back in stock. I was honestly shocked, but a promise is a promise! So $730 later here I am. Just kind of stinks that the waterblock for this isn't coming out until early next month.

I'm going to try to avoid draining my loop so I'm going to just stick this card in the slot underneath my 980 Ti which is currently under water. Maybe use the 980 Ti as a physics card? Then when I get the waterblock for the Aorus I'll drain the loop and sell the 980 Ti. Hopefully EK doesn't delay the blocks!
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