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post #7771 of 10403
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New single slot WB just arrived. The cover has NO led in it.. and I cannot find and LED strip that fits..
I added a T-sensor just underneath the mosfet area. Mosfets never go above 75C even under 450w load for 1-2hrs thumb.gif
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Single slot backplate looks great!


Aquaero is a must have!



Done! with lots of blood!

450w load lol? The safety limit for 8 pin + 6 pin = 510w?
Looks awfully close.

Anyway new block looks nice.








Anyone bothered with repasting EVGA's FE?
Edited by nrpeyton - 4/29/17 at 5:07pm
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450w load lol? The safety limit for 8 pin + 6 pin = 510w
Looks awfully close.

Anyway new block looks nice.

450w is done using the shunt mod + palit BIOS + furmark. I don't think any real-world work load can go beyond this...450w is 6pin+8pin+PCIE, so it is more like 400w or less from 6pin+8pin.
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Sorry, forgot about the PCI-E lane.. wouldn't that make the safety 585w?

And aye you're right; I can't imagine any scenario pulling that, maybe LN2....
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450w is done using the shunt mod + palit BIOS + furmark. I don't think any real-world work load can go beyond this...450w is 6pin+8pin+PCIE, so it is more like 400w or less from 6pin+8pin.

Can you do a Heaven and Superposition benchmark comparing the shunt mod with stock and Palit?
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Sorry, forgot about the PCI-E lane.. wouldn't that make the safety 585w?

And aye you're right; I can't imagine any scenario pulling that, maybe LN2....

With locked voltages, I don't think it is even possible to go beyond 450w or 500w..
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Can you do a Heaven and Superposition benchmark comparing the shunt mod with stock and Palit?

With the shunt mod, no different between the stock bios and the Palit bios in Heaven, Superposition and Timespy scores, since no pwr limit in these tests with the stock bios.

Palit BIOS does do a little bit better in FSU 8000 vs 7900 with the stock bios. The first a few seconds in the first scene of FSU are really demanding. It can draw up to 425w to 450w in the first few seconds. Palit bios + shunt can do 460w, stock bios + shunt mod can only do about 400w max.
post #7777 of 10403
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Depends on game. Mine is 2063 in everything but W3 and ME:A biggrin.gif

I gave up on curve. Just went back to good old sliders. Playing now 2012 +50 core in Witcher 3 with Auto Fan at 1.062V with max temp of 68C after Kryonaut repasting. Extra 50mhz and 1fps is not worth all the hassle....



BTW. guys if you have Asus STRIX there is no need for repasting it with Kryonaut, you will get like 2-3C at max. The paste job on Asus is god darn good, nice thin layer of paste, although it wasn't as thick paste as Grizzly is.


I have ordered another STRIX just to compare them.
well, depending on if you are close to a bin increase. like, if you are at 51c, 3c for $10 gets you to 58c. Jus sayin.
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post #7778 of 10403
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With the shunt mod, no different between the stock bios and the Palit bios in Heaven, Superposition and Timespy scores, since no pwr limit in these tests with the stock bios.

Palit BIOS does do a little bit better in FSU 8000 vs 7900 with the stock bios. The first a few seconds in the first scene of FSU are really demanding. It can draw up to 425w to 450w in the first few seconds. Palit bios + shunt can do 460w, stock bios + shunt mod can only do about 400w max.

Can you post results though? I got worse scores, same clock speeds and voltages with Palit bios and so did others. Did you do a comparison test at all? I just want to know your results, maybe I need to tweak the curve a bit to see if the Palit can score the same or at least equal.
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rolleyes.gif But it seems everyone's card can easily do 2100+ here

remember it's all about bragging here I can do 2100 for like 10 sec before I down clock eventually to 2038 because of the voltage but can hold 2050 not a problem with less voltage
Also the top results are so close that benching this card seems a little pointless unless I can aniloate my nearest revile ie maintain 2200+ on a bench!
I rather game this card to death
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remember it's all about bragging here I can do 2100 for like 10 sec before I down clock eventually to 2038 because of the voltage but can hold 2050 not a problem with less voltage
Also the top results are so close that benching this card seems a little pointless unless I can aniloate my nearest revile ie maintain 2200+ on a bench!
I rather game this card to death

Precisely. Max clocks people post here are just benches or many time BF1 results, which is very low GPU usage game in nowadays. I can bench 2088 if I want but in any game that will never hold. I can hold 2063 all day in BF1 but in Witcher 3 I have to go 2012mhz max.

And gain of those couple tens of mhz is nothing really.

Benches are not games smile.gif
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