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post #501 of 10861
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Originally Posted by Slackaveli View Post

Anybody opened her up and applied better thermal paste? On my 980ti that gave me -10c under load.

If anybody tries it, this is the MUCH easier way. some idiots take the whole pcb off. (8 screws or 28, you choose tongue.gif )

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n10_ThxftI4

I am interested in this as well, I was watching the Gamers Nexus tear down and the GPU core they had was coated in thermal paste.

For those that have removed the stock cooler, did they over apply the thermal paste as well?

Cheers
post #502 of 10861
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Yes, I get that, no questions asked on that as I know DP is superior.

But what I really want to know if the included adapter will work if a monitor has both DVI and DP? Just for curiosity's sake.
im not sure why it matters. You would use the DP if it's an option. That's like asking can you use a fork to eat pudding. Sure you can but if a spoon is available, you're gonna use the spoon. But I don't see why the adapter wouldn't work if both are on a monitor. If it's the only connection it should default to it. If there are multiple connections you should have an input button to select which you want.
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I am interested in this as well, I was watching the Gamers Nexus tear down and the GPU core they had was coated in thermal paste.

For those that have removed the stock cooler, did they over apply the thermal paste as well?

Cheers

This one in particular is the EVGA variety for what it's worth.
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post #504 of 10861
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Originally Posted by BigMack70 View Post

Reddit is not exactly the most credible source.

Here's the post I was talking about for a 1080 (not Ti)

"I opened a window version of Unigine Valley and checked the FPS at a certain point and paused it. At stock memory it was 106 FPS. Raising it up to +600 made it drop to 102 FPS so i slowly decreased it by -10 each time and then -1 when i noticed a leap in performance. Ended up with +457 which gave me 113 FPS, the SECOND i raised it to 458 it dropped to 102 again.

Recommend you all do it. Could be getting less FPS than stock just by being +1 memory over your "limit" so to say. I chose Valley because it is a memory sensitive benchmark. smile.gif

Tested with an EVGA FE 1080 w/ EK block"

It doesn't sound too far-fetched to me.
post #505 of 10861
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im not sure why it matters. You would use the DP if it's an option. That's like asking can you use a fork to eat pudding. Sure you can but if a spoon is available, you're gonna use the spoon. But I don't see why the adapter wouldn't work if both are on a monitor. If it's the only connection it should default to it. If there are multiple connections you should have an input button to select which you want.

I guess what I want to understand about is why would the passive adapter work with a monitor that has both interfaces while it won't work with a monitor that only has DVI. I just want the reason/rationale behind it.
post #506 of 10861
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Here's the post I was talking about for a 1080 (not Ti)

"I opened a window version of Unigine Valley and checked the FPS at a certain point and paused it. At stock memory it was 106 FPS. Raising it up to +600 made it drop to 102 FPS so i slowly decreased it by -10 each time and then -1 when i noticed a leap in performance. Ended up with +457 which gave me 113 FPS, the SECOND i raised it to 458 it dropped to 102 again.

Recommend you all do it. Could be getting less FPS than stock just by being +1 memory over your "limit" so to say. I chose Valley because it is a memory sensitive benchmark. smile.gif

Tested with an EVGA FE 1080 w/ EK block"

It doesn't sound too far-fetched to me.

All he is saying is test your own gpu to see where you fall. They are all slightly different in what they can do. The only way to find out is to test your own gpu. smile.gif
post #507 of 10861
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Originally Posted by stocksux View Post


This one in particular is the EVGA variety for what it's worth.

Thanks, that's what I have on order. Probably won't mess with the TIM.

Cheers
post #508 of 10861
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Here's the post I was talking about for a 1080 (not Ti)

"I opened a window version of Unigine Valley and checked the FPS at a certain point and paused it. At stock memory it was 106 FPS. Raising it up to +600 made it drop to 102 FPS so i slowly decreased it by -10 each time and then -1 when i noticed a leap in performance. Ended up with +457 which gave me 113 FPS, the SECOND i raised it to 458 it dropped to 102 again.

Recommend you all do it. Could be getting less FPS than stock just by being +1 memory over your "limit" so to say. I chose Valley because it is a memory sensitive benchmark. smile.gif

Tested with an EVGA FE 1080 w/ EK block"

It doesn't sound too far-fetched to me.

Sounds like error correction or whatever it is they call in on NV gpu's. I know after a certain frequency on my Maxwell cards (around >8200) performance starts to drop even though things stay stable, and its because the memory is getting errors(going off some cuda test or whatever it was).
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I got no updates from fedex mad.gif


Coming to Spain then???

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post #510 of 10861
I bought 3 (2 EVGA's and 1 ASUS). I can't wait to get these. Right now I just have a poor EVGA 1080ftw.
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