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Any pics by chance?
naw but i posted a video earlier where they do the breakdown. It's super easy except for the unplugging of the fans/leds. four of those buggers. i left 3 plugged in and let my daughter hold it.

If you mean of my temps, i just wrote them down but this is the 3rd gpu i have re-pasted with kyro in 2017 and all got between 5-8c gains. My evga hybrid got 8c all day. Both 1080ti got 5c.
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just tested watch dog 2, I get 80% on both card but ALL my CPU core hit 99% loll

For the cpu switch its interesting but where do I sell that, kijiji ? or there is a special place.

I'm in canada and if I check newegg.ca the 4790K new is 519$ and the 5775C is 744$ I don't see how I could sell it and switch for 100$ (converted 50$us to ca lol)difference. If I could just throw a 100$ and have the switch I would do it.
hmm, we all did ebay. I think ~$100 in american was what i expected on that exchange but we all beat it. Ebay has 4790k going for ~$300 pretty much steady and the 5775c is $359 right now @ bhphoto in the US. In Canada, I just dont know brother.

Edit. Went up $10, demand is up lately. I wonder why thumb.gif https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1181928-REG/intel_bx80658i75775c_core_i7_5775c_3_3_ghz.html original list price was like $419 or something.
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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.

 

Is it because the temps are so low you get past the thermal throttle wall and GPU Boost 3.0 will just dynamically OC the card to such a point that it hits the power limit?

 

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gpu needs full coverage. have to smear method, all of it, even the sides.

 

Why the sides?

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]Today i got the new ek block pre-ordered for my FE. excited to water-cool gpu for first time!! I Will be expanding swiftech 240x loop with additional rad(hwl 280gts). cant wait till the block ships to get started!

These are the best runs ive had so far http://www.3dmark.com/spy/1465070 http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12240231 do they seem average/below avg.?
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This MSI GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X is pretty beast @ 2.1GHz... almost 32K graphics score in Firestrike.


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Is it because the temps are so low you get past the thermal throttle wall and GPU Boost 3.0 will just dynamically OC the card to such a point that it hits the power limit?


Why the sides?
im sure it doesnt matter as much as the top but there is a couple mm around all the sides. Why leave them naked? If you notice the pre applied stuff covers the sides. Pretty much the only way to do it wrong is to leave places bare. As long as it is covered, even some extra is ok. Gpu and cpu are different. pea or x or line is fine for cpu. gpu, cover that sucker.
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The best bang for your buck still thermal grizzly kyro. ~5c basically for 10 minutes and 10 dollar. That's solid. Considering that a hybrid kit is about $5-7 per 1c gained. So if you ARE going hybrid, FOR sure get Kyronaut, too. And if you are staying on air, Kyro gives you a bin or turbo worth of perf easily. Think of it like this. If the manufacturers offered another gpu that was the same but just was 5c lower average temp, would ANYBODY pass it up if it was only $10 more?

I have a ton of Conductonaut left over from deliding my CPU. Should be fine using this with the new EK blocks, no?
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I am going to go from to TXM SLi to an 1080Ti. I barely use SLI so it seems its a better option for me. Most the software I use and games I play dont work with SLi at all.

I am looking at the EVGA cards? Is the FTW 3 the best option from them? Should I be looking at something else?
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Finally got the ek water block on my 1080ti. First time water cooling a gpu. I don't have my build complete yet, so I threw it into another system I have just to see if it would post, as that system is not water cooled. After post, I decided to load up windows and look at it in hwmonitor and afterburner. I then decided to update the video drivers. All in all, it was on and mildly used for about 15-20 minutes with only the water block to cool it, and the temps spike up to 44c at one point, but hovered right around 38...so I am thinking I got things right?
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Finally got the ek water block on my 1080ti. First time water cooling a gpu. I don't have my build complete yet, so I threw it into another system I have just to see if it would post, as that system is not water cooled. After post, I decided to load up windows and look at it in hwmonitor and afterburner. I then decided to update the video drivers. All in all, it was on and mildly used for about 15-20 minutes with only the water block to cool it, and the temps spike up to 44c at one point, but hovered right around 38...so I am thinking I got things right?

 

 

That seems about right to me. I still need to do some benching though. I delidded my cpu and I have a heatkiller water block on my MSI FE.

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im sure it doesnt matter as much as the top but there is a couple mm around all the sides. Why leave them naked? If you notice the pre applied stuff covers the sides. Pretty much the only way to do it wrong is to leave places bare. As long as it is covered, even some extra is ok. Gpu and cpu are different. pea or x or line is fine for cpu. gpu, cover that sucker.

But the heatsink never touches the side, does it?
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