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UGGGH> Who uses WHITE for their OSD? U G L Y

Orange or Pink only, please.

Agreed! Lol, it was very hard to see.
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

This would be interesting. We know the card can temporarily go past 300 watts on its own. Would be nice if it was simple as unlocking that limit and letting it draw up to 350 watts. It would be a true shunt mod replacement.

Yeah, it should work. Since i have done the same on Notebook 1070's/1080's (MXM Desktop Class) and it works.
But if they have some checks/further limits implemented close to the power controller then a Shunt mod might also be needed.
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May as well wait for Skylake-X this summer smile.gif. That's what I am going to do.

Im not really going to invest in a brand new platform tbh. I already have a 2 x 18 Core Xeon workstation, and this other desktop is more for fun and games. Unless Skylake-X will fit in the same socket type?

Add to that 6700k + 980 (Desktop Class) laptop and another with a 7700k + 2 x 1080 (Desktop Class) laptop. (More like Small desktop replacements, that was kinda portable)
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Hilarious! That's like my buddy who has two Titan X(2016) and all he plays is LoL. And he plays it on a 1080p TV (60Hz of course) with uncapped framerates and always says stuff like, "dang. Im getting 400 FPS!!" Long time real life friend and I 've educated him but still he doesn't change. Too funny. My reply is usually something like, "Now if they only made 1Mhz 1080p tv's, you'd be in Heaven!"

Man people like to defend 1080 Ti at 1080P. I always tells them to save up for a new monitor and before they know it a 2080 or 2080 Ti will be out.
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ll this benching i've been doing is pretty much a moot point for myself.

I use a 4K G-Sync screen and have the frame rate capped at 59 FPS all the games I play so my clocks really don't max out anyways. redface.gif
Wait, they should be maxing out. I almost never go below 59 when i am on my 4k, I run it the exact same as you. Are you using AA? If you turn on MFAA in nvidia control panel and use no more than 2x AA in game, that makes effective AA 4x and across pixels so you will never ever see jaggies. If you are using more than that just to say "all ultra" you are really screwing yourself. Framerate is THE most important setting to have maxed out, and if it requires something to be lowered than so be it. Especially if it's a redundant setting like AA in 4k.
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NOPE!!! For sale RIGHT NOW, HURRY.
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I only have a 1080 at the moment which is already overkill for what I play. sad-smiley-002.gif
hmmm. really depends on the wife. Here's a sure fire way. Sell your 1080 on ebay and get your 1080ti, because future proofing and vram (you can always say you'll need it for the game you are waiting on and REALLY looking forward to tongue.gif), but tell her you really want her to not begrudge the purchase so tell her it's ok for her to go buy whatever she wants around $200, or that you owe her a date including her favorite most expensive restaraunt and then when she accepts she'll never be able to effectively hold it against you , or will never evenbe tempted to if she's a more understanding wifey.
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Unless told otherwise, I'm going to pre-order EVGA SC Black Edition for $700 shipped.

I dunno what's going on with the power draw there. I know EK will do full cover for it, and Heatkiller probably will but simply hasn't updated their sheet correctly. Hoping their rep will fill me in soon.

   
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the only one(s) which breaks this trend was the EVGA 1080 hybrid FTW (maybe the gigabyte extreme waterforce, too, not sure but i think so), all the others are stock pcb/power limit. Best perf with an AIO is still gonna be an Aorus Extreme with an AIO kit or eventually the ZOtac highest end w/ a AIO (obviously fully underwater is best).

The special MSI 1080 Seahawk EK X had good power limits too, 240w default/291w max, but of course you have the extra expense and complexity of a custom loop if you didn't already have one - looks like it used the same PCB and power limits as the 1080 Gaming X.

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/184410/msi-gtx1080-8192-160603
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What do folks recommend for paste these days? I have always used AS5 and been happy enough. I know there is better stuff out there. Obviously I am looking for ease of application and performance. I don't really want anything liquid metal-wise.
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So I'm thinking of taking the plunge and building a custom loop. With one Ti and a 5930k, would one 360mm rad do the trick or should I plan for two? I've got an H440 so I've got room for two but my budget would prefer only having to buy one.
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The special MSI 1080 Seahawk EK X had good power limits too, 240w default/291w max, but of course you have the extra expense and complexity of a custom loop if you didn't already have one - looks like it used the same PCB and power limits as the 1080 Gaming X.

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/184410/msi-gtx1080-8192-160603
good find.
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What do folks recommend for paste these days? I have always used AS5 and been happy enough. I know there is better stuff out there. Obviously I am looking for ease of application and performance. I don't really want anything liquid metal-wise.
Thermal Grizzly Kyronaut is best, GeLid is very close second.
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