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Who made ur founders? Omw to the store now, pretty set on the gigabyte model they also have asus founders sadly no EVGA so either gigabyte or asus, I hear gigabyte doesnt mind if remove the cooler and slap a block on it.
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Who made ur founders? Omw to the store now, pretty set on the gigabyte model they also have asus founders sadly no EVGA so either gigabyte or asus, I hear gigabyte doesnt mind if remove the cooler and slap a block on it.

Mine is made by Asus, but that warranty sticker on the screw is bogus anyway, Atleast in Norway.

No sticker can make you loose warranty if its there to "stop" you from opening your product. (In Norway)

On my Asus card the sticker didnt even say anything, it was just a red circle with no text.

If you break the card when you take it apart though, its on you, but they need to prove it died due to your mistake. (In Norway)

A removed sticker and a cracked GPU is usually enough proof though.
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Update on my Hybrid mount,

Managed to mount it "properly" now, I dont get driver crashes due to temperatures, but They seem a bit high still, reaching 67'C after 20 minutes in Heaven.
Will try to look for a single Shim that is 45mmx45mmx1.5 , instead of 2 shims.


Had to file away a portion of the corner on the mount, as it was hitting the stock shroud and would not lay flat on the gpu.



Filed away here


2 Shims is bad, too much contact resistance. I keep trying to tell you to use a 1.5mm to 2mm shim...

You need a solid shim and do the spread method and apply as little as possible. APPLY AS LITTLE AS POSSIBLE DAMN IT! I can't stress that enough.

I'm getting 45C stock and 48C OC.



When I do the shunt mod next week, I'm going to use liquid metal instead because having the shim with two sides of thermal paste isn't as efficient.
post #5284 of 10814
I saw the 1080 TI Gigabyte gaming OC today on Newegg. Can someone confirm if this is going to be Reference Board? I want to add it to my Water loop but retain a decent air cooler in case I want to pass it to my brother in the future.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125955&ignorebbr=1&nm_mc=KNC-GoogleAdwords-PC&cm_mmc=KNC-GoogleAdwords-PC-_-pla-_-Video+Card+-+Nvidia-_-N82E16814125955&gclid=Cj0KEQjww7zHBRCToPSj_c_WjZIBEiQAj8il5KGEoeMpShBb5gXnrlNUrMHptr3_9FMekRYIYAOoVU8aAqrS8P8HAQ&gclsrc=aw.ds
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I saw the 1080 TI Gigabyte gaming OC today on Newegg. Can someone confirm if this is going to be Reference Board? I want to add it to my Water loop but retain a decent air cooler in case I want to pass it to my brother in the future.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125955&ignorebbr=1&nm_mc=KNC-GoogleAdwords-PC&cm_mmc=KNC-GoogleAdwords-PC-_-pla-_-Video+Card+-+Nvidia-_-N82E16814125955&gclid=Cj0KEQjww7zHBRCToPSj_c_WjZIBEiQAj8il5KGEoeMpShBb5gXnrlNUrMHptr3_9FMekRYIYAOoVU8aAqrS8P8HAQ&gclsrc=aw.ds

Compare photos of the bottom of the card to a FE one. See if they look the same component wise.
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would like to share something

can strix owners reproduce this?


from 1-14% it is totally bugged and i have this most of the time on my desktop surfing and watching youtube, its really annoying
Edited by Hackslash - 4/13/17 at 10:59am
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yeah, it's the best 4/8 i-7. Will OC to about 5.5Ghz+. Unveiling at Computex in exactly 2 months, release shortly after.

 

Any forecast yet as to how much it would approximately cost?

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2 Shims is bad, too much contact resistance. I keep trying to tell you to use a 1.5mm to 2mm shim...

You need a solid shim and do the spread method and apply as little as possible. APPLY AS LITTLE AS POSSIBLE DAMN IT! I can't stress that enough.

I'm getting 45C stock and 48C OC.



When I do the shunt mod next week, I'm going to use liquid metal instead because having the shim with two sides of thermal paste isn't as efficient.

Yeh, I am pretty sure I have used too much TIM between both the copper shims, on the GPU and on the AIO cooler thumb.gif

I dont want to risk cracking my gpu die though, so I will use these for now and will actively look for a single shim that is 45mmx45mmx1.5-2mm
Then do the spread method on that

Also thought about what you are doing with the small heatsinks, but I only got thermal glue, not thermal tape.
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Any forecast yet as to how much it would approximately cost?
no but it'll be $300-350 I'm sure, probably $330.

btw, I can get my 5775-c to 4.4Ghz and it beats 7700k single core score at 5.0ghz at that frequency tongue.gif
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Yeh, I am pretty sure I have used too much TIM between both the copper shims, on the GPU and on the AIO cooler thumb.gif

I dont want to risk cracking my gpu die though, so I will use these for now and will actively look for a single shim that is 45mmx45mmx1.5-2mm
Then do the spread method on that

Also thought about what you are doing with the small heatsinks, but I only got thermal glue, not thermal tape.
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would like to share something

can strix owners reproduce this?

If I were you I wouldn't worry about it, the fan starts spinning at 25%.

You really don't need 45x45mm, the heat transfer is con shaped. If the die is 25mmx25mm then it will transfer to 24mmx24mm for example. So the thinner the shim the better, as too thick of a shim it will transfer only to a 22mmx22mm. Those numbers are obviously made up for an example. I did a heat analysis a few weeks ago with some multi thousand dollar software and verified with some hand calculations.

What you should focus more on is reinforcing the back of the die. You're not going to crack your GPU die if you just gently grip and turn the screw driver until the screw driver slips out of your fingers. I've done this mod 4 times already.

Anyways, good luck.

Edit: if you're turning it with a screw driver, turn it on the metal shaft itself so you get a better feel on how much torque you're applying. If you turn the handle itself you're doubling the moment force couple.

Tuan gently with fingers on the skinny metal shaft closet to the screw.

And lastly, it's mandatory to get this pressure right because if you don't you can gain 10C with poor pressure.
Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/13/17 at 12:07pm
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