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So were you able to get it to work or still no dice?
Nope still no dice. Off to RMA. Hoping it's not something inherent to the waterblock... going to try an old gpu as soon as I get the water loop rerouted.
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Nope still no dice. Off to RMA. Hoping it's not something inherent to the waterblock... going to try an old gpu as soon as I get the water loop rerouted.

You didn't accidentally drop any screws or whatnot or gauge any of the components did you?
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The asus bios absolutely helped me achieve highest score. Was 92nd but keep getting bumped. Won't be on list for long, but content seeing that there's not many 6850's on there if any. All 8 or 10 cores. I think u need to be on water to see card stabilize better with bios. Oh hey jay!
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I did that with a (actually two because I don't learn lessons) 290x and a Kraken G10. When it came time to install the Hybrid on my Ti, I was so worried that I'd tighten it too much that I set my screw driver to ratchet in the loosen direction and as soon as it started clicking I stopped. That seemed to be a perfect amount of pressure, I max out around 48c @ 2062mhz.
It can handle more than that, but it just doesn't need it.

I always have to temper my torque as I'm used to car parts (and iron and steel ones at that), so pinkies out, small screw drivers, etc... )

I've not broken any of those stupidly small screws Nvidia now uses on their back plates. Watching Gamer's Nexus donk those was pretty funny, but they are stupidly tiny.

My finding last night is one of my cards is a bit of a nag compared to the other. I see 110% peak TDP to get/stay above 2000MHz on one card, but 126% with the Strix BIOS (FE cards, EK water blocks, Strix BIOS).

Strix BIOS for me even at 1.093v never goes above 111% TDP.

Might have some to do with my power supply as well though, Corsair AX1500i with separate cables to each PCI-E power connector. thumb.gif
    
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Strix BIOS for me even at 1.093v never goes above 111% TDP.

Might have some to do with my power supply as well though, Corsair AX1500i with separate cables to each PCI-E power connector. thumb.gif
i use a separate direct power to each 8-pin as well. It's the way to go. Love my Evga G2 1000w.
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The asus bios absolutely helped me achieve highest score. Was 92nd but keep getting bumped. Won't be on list for long, but content seeing that there's not many 6850's on there if any. All 8 or 10 cores. I think u need to be on water to see card stabilize better with bios. Oh hey jay!

Did you actually do a very thorough test comparison between the two? Or did you just flash and forget? I actually did a thorough comparison between msi, Asus and stock at 2063, 2075, 2088, 2100, 2114 while varrying memory at 400 to 450 and stock won all the time. That was 10 test I did and temperatures were at 45C so there wasn't any thermal throttling at 51C.

MSI performed really close to stock at times or Asus would. But neither would be as consistent as stock.

I really suggest you do a thorough test before you assume the Asus is helping that much.
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you use Fujipoly under those? I like that mod. It's got to be worth 1-3 degrees. Also, those 5x mems get hella hot. i noticed a 2c drop from +650 to +275, and negligible if any framerate decrease. I'm sure that is lottery based, too(perf) but temps are going up even if perf is, too.

In my battlefield tests today, i was on conquest, and i was locked 144 a large portion of the time. Almost everytime i looked up. There were a few times it would be 136~. This Aorus1080ti/5775c combo is a destroyer.

I believe 3M thermal adhesive is on them and its legitimately adhering. If one dropped in place it was very hard for me to peel it off, I mean hard with a chopstick at least.

Yeah I've noticed a 2C drop so far on my core. Any heat dissipation will help.

This morning the max I was getting while messing with the Asus bios was 45C.

I took a measurements with a temperature gun and I could see around the plate it was 40C and the heatsink went from 20C to 38C so they're definitely absorbing heat and dissipating it.
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Did you actually do a very thorough test comparison between the two? Or did you just flash and forget? I actually did a thorough comparison between msi, Asus and stock at 2063, 2075, 2088, 2100, 2114 while varrying memory at 400 to 450 and stock won all the time. That was 10 test I did and temperatures were at 45C so there wasn't any thermal throttling at 51C.

MSI performed really close to stock at times or Asus would. But neither would be as consistent as stock.

I really suggest you do a thorough test before you assume the Asus is helping that much.

i'll check my notes tonight. haha i have notes. like what!? no seriously tho i have everything written down pages of benches. the msi worked fine as well i just went back to strix cause i would leave card at base speeds for gaming. and that was the highest 1999
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It never stops feeling cool when you mod a gpu. Swapped the 1080 hybrid kit from my titan xp to the first 1080ti. Now I just have wait for the next kit to come to install on the other one. Temps dropped drastically, from averaging 70c to now 40c! I stupidly lost a few power cables to hook up my second gpu, so I ordered a new psu since they dont make cables for the hx1000w anymore.
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Just ordered an EVGA FE and EK waterblock. Let's go study this thread! biggrin.gif

Why'd you choose the EVGA FE? Is it purely because of good after-sales support?
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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.

And that if you're not power-limited, your clocks will be more stable. That's just it? Nothing else?
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I actually don't know if it is helping him. My scores at 1080p are higher than what he shows @2100Mhz and im only running 2038-2063MHz.

Im using the 1080 hybrid kit on my ti.

We're pertaining to Kedarwolf here, right?

I get mixed results, Heaven stock BIOS, 160 FPS, Heaven Asus BIOS, 152 FPS.

TimeSpy stock BIOS, 10458, TimeSpy Asus BIOS, 10868 or something close to these numbers, on transit on my phone.
    
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