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post #4311 of 10620
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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.

Hi mate,

i want to make exactly the same mod as you.

Do you connected the pump and radiator fan, with the Y connector on the GPU, or to the motherboard?

Where thinking to make a cable mod, so i can connect to the motherboard so the pump and radiator fan don't draw power from the board and eat the power limit.
post #4312 of 10620
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You didn't accidentally drop any screws or whatnot or gauge any of the components did you?
I hope so, because that would be a tangible explanation, but sadly my forensics didn't turn up anything...
post #4313 of 10620
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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

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
EVGA 1600 - same - separate cable for each.
post #4314 of 10620
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Hi mate,

i want to make exactly the same mod as you.

Do you connected the pump and radiator fan, with the Y connector on the GPU, or to the motherboard?

Where thinking to make a cable mod, so i can connect to the motherboard so the pump and radiator fan don't draw power from the board and eat the power limit.

I connected the pump to the gpu along with the gpu fan. The radiator fan is connected to the mobo.
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The same
Thing happens on 3 different motherboards. Also the system starts up and behaves fine with the GPU plugged
Into the Pcie slot. It is only when power is hooked up. I tried multiple cables and PSUs. I think something in the GPU is shorted. I took it apart and couldn't find anything obvious...
Just got an RMA from the egg.

Hopefully the RMA will get it sorted out. Feel sorry about all that hassle. Hopefully the replacement wait will reward you with a golden card. thumb.gif
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How are you guys cooling the FE? I just got my two but the hybrid kits on EVGA are sold out.

Full cover EK block! It's awesome. I thought the founders blower sucked quite badly to be honest. But my expectations were completely unreasonable since I have been watercooling for a number of years now. tongue.gif

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And that if you're not power-limited, your clocks will be more stable. That's just it? Nothing else?

Yes. Watercooled will run you right into the power limit wall most likely. You need to have a decent chip too of course. Mine won't do 2100 no matter what I do. But it holds 2063 almost constantly in games until I hit the said power limit occasionally. Hitting the limit happens more frequently in benchmarks. Much less frequently in actual games from what I can tell. My card will do 2076 or so, but it scores slightly lower in benchmarks. It's my cards wall. Haven't tried other BIOS yet, but I have been scoring higher graphics scores than some of the guys running 2100 or higher so I'm not sure that It's even worth me bothering with. Watercooling will make your clocks a lot more consistent by taking out the main hurdle with air coolers aka heat and then you run into the said voltage power limit issues most likely next.
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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
Yeah I have a folder with the runs saved with a name of the core run, memory and voltage it was at and lastly bios time and date.
post #4317 of 10620
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Originally Posted by eXteR View Post

Hi mate,

i want to make exactly the same mod as you.

Do you connected the pump and radiator fan, with the Y connector on the GPU, or to the motherboard?

Where thinking to make a cable mod, so i can connect to the motherboard so the pump and radiator fan don't draw power from the board and eat the power limit.

I recommend connecting pump directly to PSU with an adapter. You'll need mini to normal pwm 4 pin
Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/7/17 at 3:30pm
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not really true. if you put the thermal grizz on them and run a 1.1:1 fan curve, it'll be loud but fairly chilled. Two hours of heaven, TG FE was at 71c, my Aorus was the same. After I thermal grizzed the Aorus it is 64c same scenario.

So, results from Thermal Grizzly Kyronaut on an Aorus: 4c idle, 7c-8c full load improvement. VERY nice. I cant imagine why they dont use better thermal paste with all the effort they put into cooling. I guess because it requires human hands.

Time to go see what my 2 hour high temp mark is in BF1 now.

I just put order on Kryonout paste so I can apply it to my STRIX and 5775C when I get them.

Is it hard to dismantle AIB card? Never done that to change thermal paste. Can I break something??
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i use a separate direct power to each 8-pin as well. It's the way to go. Love my Evga G2 1000w.

EVGA G2 1000W here too smile.gif Love G2 PSUs. thumb.gif
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I just put order on Kryonout paste so I can apply it to my STRIX and 5775C when I get them.

Is it hard to dismantle AIB card? Never done that to change thermal paste. Can I break something??
the aorus was a pain. easy peasy 7 screws an pull, but, unplugging those fans and led plugs... i gave up and just had my daughter hold it while i cleaned/pasted. took 10-15 minutes is all. FE was easy.

you gonna love that 5775c.

After a couple hours of BF1, i was gaming at 60-61 first hour and a half but Amiens came on so the high i according to HWmonitor was 62. Same situation this morning pre-paste was 66c. My cpu was actually running hotter than my gpu (65c) throughout.
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