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You shouldn't need a video teardown to repaste a card man. Most GPUs you only need to remove the 4 screws around the core & unplug the fan plug.
Its pretty straight forward.
it looks like it has several different screw types, im just hoping for a 4, or 6 or 8 screw solution. Im sure ill figure it out. i just like to be prepared. It'll probably be 2-4 side screws and 4 backplate screws. I've only done it 3 times. Im not a long time water cooler like a lot of ya'll.

judging by this I may need to remove a BUNCH of screws. Aorus has a huge plate covering all the main components.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51hcFF85BQI
@10:53 is how i think it will look on the plate level.
Edited by Slackaveli - 4/5/17 at 10:43am
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Technically you still are modifying the card. You no longer have stock or OEM paste on it so your results aren't a reference for someone that wants to know let's say thermal performance of the average FE.
exactly. It's a thermal paste mod. It brings gains.
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Hey guys I think I'm gonna flash that gigabyte bios. thumb.gif
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So which bios is best to flash to FE? And what are some drawbacks with bios flashing? Like does the MSI one also disable a DP port?
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Ive been wondering who would be first. I had my money on you but Bravo was up there too.


Dat 150% power limit....
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So which bios is best to flash to FE? And what are some drawbacks with bios flashing? Like does the MSI one also disable a DP port?
i think the msi is a 3dp 1hdmi like founders. aorus has 3 dp and 2 hdmi and a dvi so im not sure.

Edit : @alucardis666 maybe watch this first. power phases are done differently , quaduplers and whatnot. Im no engineer, but I think this will be very similar to the pcb on the aorus which is what your bios would be using.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39xL4oi_-XA
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Technically you still are modifying the card. You no longer have stock or OEM paste on it so your results aren't a reference for someone that wants to know let's say thermal performance of the average FE.

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Originally Posted by Slackaveli View Post

exactly. It's a thermal paste mod. It brings gains.

Ok, that makes sense! thumb.gif
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Ive been wondering who would be first. I had my money on you but Bravo was up there too.


Dat 150% power limit....
i think the msi is a 3dp 1hdmi like founders. aorus has 3 dp and 2 hdmi and a dvi so im not sure

Gigabyte is a no go for FE. Boost isn't working like it should with the MSI or the ASUS Bios' did.



Card won't take more than .800mv while running heaven, and boost clocks are below stock values. redface.gif
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Honestly guys this really is the best cooler Nvidia has come out with for a video card. After much testing, all you have to do is set up a good fan profile and your set. I will admit though the stock fan profile is one of the worst ive ever seen for a gaming card, so its very important to set up your own fan profile. I honestly dont mind the fan at 100%, sure I can hear it, but its no big deal especially with gaming headset on. Honestly, I will never understand peoples complaints about fan noise, you want to complain about a loud air cooler? Try some old radeon 290's or 4870's at 100% fan speed and then tell me the Nvidia cooler is loud. Those cards sounded like a jet taking off, this thing is tame in comparison. Im happy with the FE. Got it direct from EVGA's website so no tax. With shipping I bought it for $720 and have had this thing since 4 days after launch day and im loving every minute of this beast. No voltage it fluctuates between 1950-2000 depending on the game, and my temp never goes above 60C.

sonic.gifsonic.gifsonic.gif

If I do upgrade with EVGA stepup, it will be for a Classy or Kingpin. biggrin.gif

Never goes above 60 on air? Are you playing solitaire?
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So which bios is best to flash to FE? And what are some drawbacks with bios flashing? Like does the MSI one also disable a DP port?
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Gigabyte is a no go for FE. Boost isn't working like it should with the MSI or the ASUS Bios' did.



Card won't take more than .800mv while running heaven, and boost clocks are below stock values. redface.gif
it's because of the way they did the vrms and the phase switching like that video i posted shows. Oh well. Unlucky. The asus pcb has a much more similar methodology to the FE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75Bb5ys14NA
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Never goes above 60 on air? Are you playing solitaire?
he didnt claim that. But personally, 2 hours of Battlefield One @ 1440p/144 or 4k/60, i level at ~65c
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Gigabyte Bios is a no go :-( GPU-ZSensorLog.txt 286k .txt file




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it's because of the way they did the vrms and the phase switching like that video i posted shows. Oh well. Unlucky.

Really makes me wanna buy one and see how it runs. Would the hybrid cooler fit the PCB like it does with the reference? I'd guess not... rolleyes.gif
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