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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

Well FedEx now says my package was delivered... I was outside a whole 45 minutes before the delivery time and did not see any FedEx people... So my Titan Xp says it was delivered, but in actuality was not. I have a case # from FedEx now.

As for Amazon, they refunded me for the Kryonaut they were unable to deliver...

This is shaping up to be a great week! thumb.gifmad.gif

***, is someone stealing everything in your area somehow?
post #4252 of 10823
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

***, is someone stealing everything in your area somehow?

Idk!?! How would they know though? And the Amazon product was their own carrier so I'll let that one slide, this is fedex we're talking about here.

I'm thinking of installing a security cam for my porch. And I've never had any issues like this before this week. In fact my GF ordered some stuff off amazon just last week that made it here just fine.
post #4253 of 10823
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Why would higher power limits allow you to do lower volts to hit the max clocks? Isn't it the other way around (allow you to have higher voltage to hit max clocks)? Are you saying that you always am being power-limited no matter what?

I was just trying to say that under water. The things will be power limited almost always. For instance, I cab hit the power limit easily in some benchmarks at 2063 core by just adding +160 or so to core. I can get 2076 if I use the curve and drop my voltage to 1.031 or so. But I still hit the power limit even then. Hope that makes sense.
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post #4254 of 10823
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Originally Posted by Jaysend View Post

Hoping for some help here:

I have an EVGA card and it was running great on air, overclocked well and all was good except for the atrocious fan noise.
So I decided to finally go with a full custom water loop. I got an EK Titan water block and back plate. Followed directions and was pretty meticulous. Went to fire it up and all the lights came in for a split second than click and nothing. I checked the PSU. So I tested it thouroughly and moved on to testing on the bench. I thought it was motherboard so i got another motherboard. Then I thought it was CPU so I got another CPU.

Same thing happened. So I went back to the PSU and tested one connection at a time. It posted with everything connected. Last thing to connect was GPU. It would not turn on. I removed the card and everything turned on. So power to the GPU wether it is actually in the PCIE slot causes nothing to turn on. In slot but no power system will turn on.

What would cause this? Am I correct that my GPU is dead? It must be a short that is causing the system to shut down.

Now I am really worried. If I get a replacement GPU, will this happen again? Did I damage the new mobo and CPU?

I will try and get my hands on another video card to test.

Any ideas, tips, suggestions???

Thanks!!!

That sucks. Did something fall into the pcie slot? Anything stuck on the bottom of the card? Sounds like it's shorting out on something. I'd definitely test another card.
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post #4255 of 10823
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Originally Posted by mouacyk View Post

For those flashing a 330W (or 375W) BIOS meant for a 2x8pin card to the FE, aren't you worried about forcing >=127W over the 6pin where it's only spec'ed for 75W? That's 70% more power than what the 6pin connector is rated for.
Be prepared for possible burning plastic smell if you run furmark or high loads for any long period of time. I burned my PCIe cable with a 980 Ti, but that's because I was forcing ~325W through one cable (400W furmark load - 75W PCIe = 325W split over a y-connector.)

6 and 8 pin connectors are electrically identical. The 2 more pins are ground.
If your psu doesn't have 22awg cables on 6 pins you won' t have any problem.
post #4256 of 10823
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Originally Posted by ottoore View Post

6 and 8 pin connectors are electrically identical. The 2 more pins are ground.
If your psu doesn't have 22awg cables on 6 pins you won' t have any problem.

Good to know! wink.gif

EDIT:

Also... if anyone has some left over Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut they wouldn't mind sending me, I'd be very appreciative! I can pay for shipping via Paypal. I've just tired to order it 2x now from 2 different e-tailers and had issues with getting it. rolleyes.gif
Edited by alucardis666 - 4/7/17 at 10:07am
post #4257 of 10823
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

That's nice and all, but there's also just going to far and wasting time on something that might not even get you gains or even negatively impact you.

It's like do all this soldering to get a 25% chance at 2% more fps or 75% chance of just getting the same or worse performance.

The reward for the risk wouldn't be worth it for me. Heck, the shunt mod wasn't worth it for me, not when the Asus bios is giving me similar results.

Has I said, for me, just trying it if fun is enough to justify the try even if I get no result. I'm just a little crazy on the side... I love test

New bios where out after I made my shunt mod but I would have still done it physically because we don't know all the possible hidden consequence on having another bios in a FE card (although chance are there are none)

And also I'm talking about more VOLT (not the shunt mod), if we could do it by bios everyone would try it. (think about 1.1500V biggrin.gif )

I'm starting to look for a small 1K pot. And if more volt give better result then we can hope for a bios unlock mod eventually for those who don't want to risk there card (witch I understand greatly),but if not then we would know that its useless to get more volt (unless LN2 I presume) but we would know it.
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Playing around more with the ASUS bios, and the extra power is definitely more stable, at least with these new drivers which I think they have lowered my performance.

Stock Below: Has a drop most likely due to power limiting



ASUS Below



I guess the ASUS bios is finally working out for me now.

Also, these little babies might be helping me drop just that 2C below thermal throttling. Had to use chopsticks to get them under the shroud, lol.


Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/7/17 at 10:25am
post #4259 of 10823
no luck with gigabyte bios. gpu was all over the place. strix seems to be most stable, but very faintly hear coil whine. if glass is on cant hear at all. after 4 hours of squad last night highest temp gpus saw were 55. pump 30% and fans were on silent mode. what a difference watering a card does, don't see myself on air ever again.
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old vs new
also got the EK fwb on pre-order
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