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post #621 of 10854
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Decided to reach out to Gigabyte, ASUS, PNY, MSI, EVGA, ZOTAC to asked the following question regarding WARRANTY

My email is in regards to [Company] warranty for the 1080TI FE. Does [Company] voids the warranty of the GPU after an aftermarket water block is installed?

****Responses*****

EVGA stated:
Hello,

As long as you are able to put the original cooler back on the card when sending it in for replacement there shouldn't be any issues with warranty. Simply removing the cooler does not void your warranty. If you have any other questions, please let us know.

Regards,
EVGA

Will update as manufacture provide response.
WHAT about Nvidia reference>?
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post #622 of 10854
just asked nvidia. no coolers. they even void warranty for overclocking. will be selling this one and buying a evga it seems.
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post #623 of 10854
You guys are way too paranoid. Nobody can tell what you did with your card as long as you restore it to its original condition (factory default BIOS + original cooler). Nobody can tell if you overclocked, put a water block on it, changed the BIOS (provided you changed it back before return), etc...
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Checked the back of my PNY 1080 Ti. No stickers over the screws on the backplate. No idea about underneath the backplate though
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You guys are way too paranoid. Nobody can tell what you did with your card as long as you restore it to its original condition (factory default BIOS + original cooler). Nobody can tell if you overclocked, put a water block on it, changed the BIOS (provided you changed it back before return), etc...
well, im definitely sneaky, but, how hard is it to get that sticker off because screwdriver marks in that is a dead giveaway.
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Checked the back of my PNY 1080 Ti. No stickers over the screws on the backplate. No idea about underneath the backplate though
best way to do a repaste if you're interested. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n10_ThxftI4
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Gotta love buying new GPU's straight away - Your "old" one sells instantly. This is easily the best way to reduce the cost of buying GPU's and staying on the bleeding edge. Sold my GTX 1080 (Founders) for $400 just now.
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post #628 of 10854
I have used a pair of fine pointed pliers in the past to pinch the edges of the screw and turn it carefully without touching the stickers. Also be mindful of and board components as you spin it out using this method.
post #629 of 10854
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Backordered on newegg for an ASUS 1080 Ti. Hopefully it ships out on Monday or earlier. mad.gif

If you back ordered you are probably going to be waiting longer than Monday.
post #630 of 10854
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Originally Posted by BigMack70 View Post

It's your PC and your money so you can do whatever you want, but I would not buy a 1080 Ti until I had the higher resolution screen already in hand. Particularly if I already had a 1070... it's not like there are games the 1070 struggles in at 1080p.
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If you go down the road of the 1080ti just know that the money you shell out for the card won't get you its peak performance as your CPU swill hold it back. So let's say your "future" monitor upgrade gets held up and the next generation of GPU comes out before you can upgrade your monitor. You've essentially thrown away money on the ti. Assuming the 2080 or maybe Volta comes out you'll want to go with one of those. But then you're spending money on a GPU again instead of a monitor. Imo try and save up to be able to do it at once to get the most time out of current tech before bigger and better comes along. FTIW a monitor will likely last you three to four builds if not more but the gpu will likely be replaced every build or every other.

Since I'm using a 1080p 144Hz monitor, my aim is always at least 144fps. There are still other AAA games that would benefit from a 1080 and my original plan was really to upgrade to a 1080 until 1080Ti came along. I was told that my overclocked CPU will not bottleneck a 1080, is that accurate? Is the performance difference between a 1080 and a 1080Ti enough to bottleneck my CPU?

I can probably find a way to upgrade my monitor to at least a 1440p 144Hz G-Sync one but then my GPU (assuming I already go with the 1080Ti) would still be bottlenecked by my CPU and I also need to upgrade my board and RAM. So I guess I'm not really sure if it's wiser to upgrade to a 1080 or a 1080Ti considering these circumstances. Thoughts?
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