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Does someone know how is nvidias customer service? I am trying to decide between nvidia.de site and evga, price of the 1080ti card is the same nvidia just has a nicer box snd shipping is free. Planning to watercool it aswell, so no idea how does nvidia feel about it incase of problems, if I need to rma. I know EVGA customer service is great, if not the best.
if you are planning that then go with EVGA.. they have 3 yr warranty and wont void you for opening her up as long as it's received in "original" config in an RMA situation. Both are 3 year warranty.
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Gigabyte 1080 Ti Founders Edition.

Quick OC test, +144 core, +512 memory, passes Firestrike Ultra stress test and TimeSpy.

This is just the second settings I tried, started with +114 core +496 memory.

I have a decent card maybe? Need to compare results with peeps.
    
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Gigabyte 1080 Ti Founders Edition.

Quick OC test, +144 core, +512 memory, passes Firestrike Ultra stress test and TimeSpy.

This is just the second settings I tried, started with +114 core +496 memory.

I have a decent card maybe? Need to compare results with peeps.

Keep pushing! thumb.gif
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Liquid Metal / Shunt / NZXT x41 AIO + G10 bracket hack. Zero throttle at 2062 @ 1.062v Temps 30C-40C

Anybody have more voltage?
Edited by KraxKill - 3/11/17 at 12:21am
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if you are planning that then go with EVGA.. they have 3 yr warranty and wont void you for opening her up as long as it's received in "original" config in an RMA situation. Both are 3 year warranty.

Yeah, I picked up an MSI (only one I could get) and it has a sticker over a screw you'd have to remove to put on a waterblock, and it says warranty void if removed. Lame. Hopefully I won't have a situation where I'd have any reason to RMA, but I did plan to put on a waterblock and never saw that on my old cards.
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That`s why I stay away from msi, terrible customer service, and rules made up to screw customers.
I am not sure if nvidias own cards have the sticker or not, and do they come with 2 or 3 years of warranty from nvidia ?
If they come with a sticker and 2 years, I`m not going to order one from them for the nicer box and free shipping.
Edited by outofmyheadyo - 3/10/17 at 9:43pm
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Liquid Metal / Shunt / NZXT x41 AIO + G10 bracket hack. Zero throttle at 2062 @ 1.062v Temps 30C

Anybody have more voltage?

Wow, how did you do that mod? Just used the Kraken hardware without the bracket? Would my H55 be able to do that?
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Liquid Metal / Shunt / NZXT x41 AIO + G10 bracket hack. Zero throttle at 2062 @ 1.062v Temps 30C

Anybody have more voltage?
I'm at 1.05v with no shunt mod, yet. 2062 is good in all benches ran save 3d11. May be i need to tweak a bit more.
How are you reading Clocks. GPUz render and sensor?
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Did you guys just take a Kraken G10 bracket and cut off the fan area?
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Exactly....

I wire snipped off the fan portion of the g10 bracket leaving just the portion used to hold down the AIO and then used a bench grinder + file to clean it up some so that the cut bracket would clear any protrusions within the 1080ti cooler housing. I then had to use an appropriately sized copper shim between the NZXT pump block and the die to bridge the gap to the core. This in order to keep the stock shroud and fan cooling the VRM and the rest of the board. Liquid metal on the die + shim with liquid tape surrounding it to be safe (peels right off like you'd expect tape to). Same for the shunt mod to kill off any possible TDP throttle prior to voltage.
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