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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

http://forums.guru3d.com/showpost.php?p=5412373&postcount=216 Works voltage unlocked out of the box. smile.gif

KW

4.4.0 beta 7 ;-) I tried changing url from 6 to 7 and it works. nothing any higher though

http://office.guru3d.com/afterburner/MSIAfterburnerSetup440Beta7.rar
post #6622 of 10686



Cooling mod Mk2

I cannibalised an old Palit Twin Fan GTX 570 heatsink. Now the core backplate + VRAM gets solid copper block cooling. Temps now hold steady at 60 degrees when running Supo 8K. Everything else doesn't break 55 degrees. Basically an additional 10 degree improvement on the Intel HSF mod.

I'm taking delivery of a dead Quadro Single slot GPU in a few weeks, cant wait to see this thing with a sexy blower on top.
post #6623 of 10686
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Originally Posted by Foxrun View Post

What resolution are you running at? Before I switched to 4k, I would have the same temps as you are.

1440p with 115% resolution scale. 4K would probably heat it more yes. Regardless it just seemed odd the card ran cooler than the stock 1080. Even with a beefier cooler as pointed out the card draws a hell of a lot more power.
post #6624 of 10686
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Originally Posted by Dasboogieman View Post




Cooling mod Mk2

I cannibalised an old Palit Twin Fan GTX 570 heatsink. Now the core backplate + VRAM gets solid copper block cooling. Temps now hold steady at 60 degrees when running Supo 8K. Everything else doesn't break 55 degrees. Basically an additional 10 degree improvement on the Intel HSF mod.

I'm taking delivery of a dead Quadro Single slot GPU in a few weeks, cant wait to see this thing with a sexy blower on top.
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Originally Posted by madmeatballs View Post

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Is that Liquid Electric tape then RTV silicone?

Liquid electrical tape is good and it just peels off.

a7259d21_IMG_20170417_145126.jpeg

Peels off like a sticker. Cost like $4

If you're not using it, get a fuji thermal pad with 17 conductivity rating. That will help even more.
Edited by SlimJ87D - 4/22/17 at 9:15am
post #6625 of 10686
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Originally Posted by Talon2016 View Post

1440p with 115% resolution scale. 4K would probably heat it more yes. Regardless it just seemed odd the card ran cooler than the stock 1080. Even with a beefier cooler as pointed out the card draws a hell of a lot more power.

The coolers are larger in volume for the 1080 Ti, I'm not surprised or find it weird. The msi gaming x is almost twice the volume.
post #6626 of 10686
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Nice, you can probably do higher with a bit of voltage.

Yeah, i tried a little, like +230MHz, +100%V and +230MHz, +40%V, but i havent found a stable seeting above +200MHz yet. 2100/6000 seems to work just fine, I think I will not spend too much time benchmarking and just keep on these "relaxed" settings without any voltage increase.

Increasing the voltage also makes the coil whine louder, which is another reason for me not to touch it. At stock voltage the coil whine is audible in an open case, but it is ok. With higher voltage it gets annoying.
Edited by dunbheagan - 4/22/17 at 9:19am
post #6627 of 10686
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

The coolers are larger in volume for the 1080 Ti, I'm not surprised or find it weird. The msi gaming x is almost twice the volume.

Copy.


48C max. Ill flash back in a bit to see what the MSI vBIOS scores and if it can hold it.

Settings on chip are shown in afterburner.
post #6628 of 10686
Alright so the Inno3D bios is best for me on a Gigabyte FE with a 1080 hybrid kit. The bios lets me clock way higher on memory and actually provides FE users with 15W more. I've also tested benchmarks and it does improve over stock bios.

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/191230/191230
post #6629 of 10686
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Originally Posted by schmak01 View Post

FS Extreme Score:

Max temp there was only 39

yeah, FS Benchmark is too short to heat up the card to the max, that's why I asked for a FS Ultra/Extreme Stress Test specifically wink.gif Sorry to be so demanding redface.gif
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post #6630 of 10686
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Originally Posted by Addsome View Post

Alright so the Inno3D bios is best for me on a Gigabyte FE with a 1080 hybrid kit. The bios lets me clock way higher on memory and actually provides FE users with 15W more. I've also tested benchmarks and it does improve over stock bios.

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/191230/191230

More info please. How did you verify power usage?
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