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Should be plenty bud, I always buy the 11 gram tubes, and it last for a lot of CPUs GPUs.
always going to need more!
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always going to need more!

I just bought two 11 gram tubes on Amazon for $28 each yesterday, should keep me good for awhile.
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I just bought two 11 gram tubes on Amazon for $28 each yesterday, should keep me good for awhile.
damn, that's a GOOD BUY; only ~$2.50/g. They want $12 gram, hell, that's more than I pay for nugs!
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Since I got water cooling my voltages are higher and I never hit the power limit. It is really strange. Before I was hitting the limit all the time.

Not that strange.

The board power includes the cooler and fans, which can pull up to 15W at 100%.

Lowering temperatures also reduces power by as much as 1W / 2C, especially with the smaller and leakier transistors.
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So my Aorus non-Extreme is a terrible clocker and seems to have other issues. I had traded in what I consider a golden MSI FE which would do 2000mhz at only 0.993v. That's pretty good, right?

The store still has my FE card. I've just about convinced myself to go get it back and pick up an AIO and shunt mod it. 2 questions:

1) For the shunt mod, I'd prefer soldering a wire on each PCI-e connectors shunt. A single stand of thin aluminium speaker wire should do the trick? Or should I use copper wire?

2) This will be the first time I put an AIO on a gpu. These things are meant for CPUs, do I need to mod the AIO at all? Are there brackets that are sold? I'm looking ideally for a 120mm thick rad AIO as that's all that my current case will accommodate. If performance is really better with a 240mm, I could make that work as well. What are the general recommendations for AIO on a 1080Ti? I want the best cooling performance. Here's where I'll be buying the AIO from most likely:

http://www.canadacomputers.com/index.php?cPath=8

Oh, and are the VRMs decent on FE cards? Haven't found any info on them.

1) If you're going into soldering, might as well just replace the 5 mOhm resistor with a 3-4 mOhm one. Pretty sure a 2512 Panasonic ERJ resistor will work. Much more precise than soldering a wire and hoping it doesn't trip a power fault from too little resistance.

http://www.mouser.com/ds/2/315/AOA0000C241-947534.pdf

2) There are brackets like the G10 or the new G12 that can work, but for the FE you can use EVGA's hybrid cooler.

3) FE can handle >350W just fine with enough cooling. Be careful if you're going to use the GPU fan header to drive the VRM fan; the VRM will cook if the GPU fan header doesn't command enough RPMs.
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If I decide to upgrade my 2600K to a new CPU that is most practical to handle a 1080Ti which is it going to be? Or do you guys recommend waiting for newer CPU's?

I would wait im still running my 2600k with my Aorus 1080 Ti don't feel like there is any bottle neck since my CPU is sitting at 4.8GHz.
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Whats the difference between Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut, Thermal Grizzly Hydronaut and Thermal Grizzly Aeronaut?
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Whats the difference between Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut and Thermal Grizzly Hydronaut?
hydro is the older stuff, kyro is twice as good by stats.
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post #5088 of 10497
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hydro is the older stuff, kyro is twice as good by stats.

What about Thermal Grizzly Aeronaut?
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7700k, 5775c, or wait for 7740k are pretty much the options. If you already had a z97, that'd be a no-brainer. If you are investing in a whole new platform, I'd wait for x299, it just got bumped up to computex reveal. They should be out by summer.

 

Any price forecast on the 7740K though?

 

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I would wait im still running my 2600k with my Aorus 1080 Ti don't feel like there is any bottle neck since my CPU is sitting at 4.8GHz.

 

I'm all waiting but the thing is that I will be going custom water cooling next month with a new case and I would want to use the new platform (CPU, mobo, ram) already rather than using the old system, installing the water cooling loop, and then doing the same process all over again when a new CPU comes out.

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This card is incredible. Rise of the Tomb Raider, nearly max settings, 1440p, with SSAA 2x (supersampling!!!) at a constant 60 FPS in geothermal valley.

Time for a new monitor I guess? smile.gif
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