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I'm coming back!


Went for the exact same combo (minus Aorus, I bought the Gaming X because I found it -100 euros cheaper when they started stocking them) should be fun going from Intel to AMD for once, they deserve it this round thumb.gif
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Went for the exact same combo (minus Aorus, I bought the Gaming X because I found it -100 euros cheaper when they started stocking them) should be fun going from Intel to AMD for once, they deserve it this round thumb.gif

Agreed! What are you coming from?
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Agreed! What are you coming from?

A 3570k + Z77 mobo and the integrated gpu (sold my 970 some months ago). Should be a nice bump over the Intel 4000 biggrin.gif

Edit: I was thinking about a 6900k or a 5960x before Ryzen launched but the 1700 was a no-brainer really, for a non-multi gpu setup at least.
Edited by Clukos - 4/14/17 at 5:04am
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Just a few impressions of my shunt modded 1080Ti FE on a EK waterblock. I used the Conductonaut between DIE and waterblock too. Insulation is nail polish and black heat resistant silicone.









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Hey guys have you ran FF14 Heavensward benchmark?

It is a damn power virus hog, even in windowed 1080p, i am getting pwr limited?? mad.gif

It is more stressful than Timespy.
    
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Just a few impressions of my shunt modded 1080Ti FE on a EK waterblock. I used the Conductonaut between DIE and waterblock too. Insulation is nail polish and black heat resistant silicone..

Very nice. I used liquid electric tape on mine (Hybrid cooler) but it didn't spread well and so just ended up using standard electric tape. I don't trust it though and so am going to clean it off and fall back to Kryonaut as among my two hybrid cooled cards, I didn't see any noticeable gain in performance ... temps roughly the same ... which probably has more to do with the efficiency threshold of the Hybrid cooler more so that the pastes.

BTW: on your die? What order did you apply the nail polish and silicon? And could you post a link to the particular silicon you used? Did it already have an applicator that allowed that nice bead or did you somehow otherwise apply the silicon?

Thanks for any info! Want to do my new 1080 ti Seahawk with Conductonaut some day and would like to replicate your process ...

Best,
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http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/19271932?



2088@1093 volt with Strix 1080 Ti BIOS
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Very nice. I used liquid electric tape on mine (Hybrid cooler) but it didn't spread well and so just ended up using standard electric tape. I don't trust it though and so am going to clean it off and fall back to Kryonaut as among my two hybrid cooled cards, I didn't see any noticeable gain in performance ... temps roughly the same ... which probably has more to do with the efficiency threshold of the Hybrid cooler more so that the pastes.

BTW: on your die? What order did you apply the nail polish and silicon? And could you post a link to the particular silicon you used? Did it already have an applicator that allowed that nice bead or did you somehow otherwise apply the silicon?

Thanks for any info! Want to do my new 1080 ti Seahawk with Conductonaut some day and would like to replicate your process ...

Best,
joel

Hi Joel, i used black nail polish first:



then i put the conductonaut on the shunts:



last step, black silicone around the shunts to form a "wall":





On the small parts around the gpu, i only used black nail polish, because the silicone is not fluent enough imo.

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On the small parts around the gpu, i only used black nail polish, because the silicone is not fluent enough imo.


thanks so much. I'll just be doing the die on mine. So any old black nail polish will do? And it's known to withstand heat fairly well?

Thanks again
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Hi Joel, i used black nail polish first:



then i put the conductonaut on the shunts:



last step, black silicone around the shunts to form a "wall":





On the small parts around the gpu, i only used black nail polish, because the silicone is not fluent enough imo.

Sorry, Can u tell me why did you paste black oil to Boardcard?
We can apply Block to Card without black oil?
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