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They're gone. Sold out within the hour.

As for TIM, I'd recommend this!

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00ZJSDB7W/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Wow, that went quick. Glad I jumped on it when I got the email.

I had a quick exchange with EVGA and they assured me that using my own thermal compound, in particular the one you suggested, would not void the warranty. I'm glad EVGA is willing to warranty the unit with the card when correctly installed (this was part of me wanting their hybrid cooler) and I'm doubly glad they'll let me use my own goop with it. I look forward to the lower noise and temps. This reference cooler is a little better in tone than my old 680 coolers, but not by much and the 1080 Ti heats up much quicker. At least with the 680s I could keep them under the throttle limit at 100% fan speed, unbearable though that was.
    
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How low can you go!?

This is an overclocking forum and usually how high can you go but I'm having fun under volting? this Strix. So far I'm at 2000core 6003mem with 0.950mv stable in Witcher 3/ Mass Effect Andromeda and Wildlands. Temp when I was 2050core 6003mem @ 1.025 was 57c top and currently temp tops out at 52c. I must do more testing and see if I can go lower haha

In the Wildlands benchmark 1440p Ultra Preset

2050/6003 @1.025mv Avg FPS -63.5
2000/6003 @0.950mv Avg FPS -61.5
post #8223 of 10592
Picked up a couple of better cards and things are much better. I'm not sure that I'll even bother with shunt modding this pair as they run a lot better then the last. Much closer matched cards.






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Whats the best method to apply grizzly kryonaut to the GPU die? X method? Or spread it with the included spreader? I originally had some noctua paste on using three dots in a triangle and my temps at load was 47c. My grizzly kryo just came in and I applied it using the spreader and my temps under load went up to 59c....
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Whats the best method to apply grizzly kryonaut to the GPU die? X method? Or spread it with the included spreader? I originally had some noctua paste on using three dots in a triangle and my temps at load was 47c. My grizzly kryo just came in and I applied it using the spreader and my temps under load went up to 59c....

I found really good results spreading it with the included spreader. A nice thin layer but ensuring every square mm is completely covered.

Then try bring the block down evenly on all 4 corners.

Tighten from corner to corner, alternating between corners.








Anyone done the Shunt Mod on a card that is sitting in mobo vertically? (I.E. mobo laid flat on a bench table instead of vertically in a tower case).

I'm worried about the Liq Metal running and dripping off onto other components due to card not being flat.
Edited by nrpeyton - 5/4/17 at 7:49am
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Whats the best method to apply grizzly kryonaut to the GPU die? X method? Or spread it with the included spreader? I originally had some noctua paste on using three dots in a triangle and my temps at load was 47c. My grizzly kryo just came in and I applied it using the spreader and my temps under load went up to 59c....

I think your increased temps are due rather to improper/weak tightening than to the method of how to apply the TIM smile.gif Temps are saying for themselves
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I found really good results spreading it with the included spreader. A nice thin layer but ensuring every square mm is completely covered.

Then try bring the block down evenly on all 4 corners.

Tighten from corner to corner, alternating between corners.








Anyone done the Shunt Mod on a card that is sitting in mobo vertically? (I.E. mobo laid flat on a bench table instead of vertically in a tower case).

I'm worried about the Liq Metal running and dripping off onto other components due to card not being flat.

Ill give it another try. What would you say is the best way to clean paste off the PCB around the GPU die?
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I think your increased temps are due rather to improper/weak tightening than to the method of how to apply the TIM smile.gif Temps are saying for themselves

I've tightened the same as last time. Put on the cooler and screw in alternating which one you tighten.
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I've tightened the same as last time. Put on the cooler and screw in alternating which one you tighten.

Try once more. There can't be another reason for such increase in temps from 47 to 59 other than that. Just check.
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I found really good results spreading it with the included spreader. A nice thin layer but ensuring every square mm is completely covered.

Agreed. The included spreader works well and I've had great success with applying nice even coats.


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Anyone done the Shunt Mod on a card that is sitting in mobo vertically? (I.E. mobo laid flat on a bench table instead of vertically in a tower case).

I'm worried about the Liq Metal running and dripping off onto other components due to card not being flat.

I did the shunt mod to my first pair of 1080 Ti cards that were vertically mounted. All I can say is be careful and it shouldn't be a problem. I was paranoid and fabricated some barriers out of the plastic from the CLU packaging to prevent any possible runoff from continuing down the PCB. I'm glad I did, because the next day if found one bead of CLU sitting on the plastic. Admittedly, I was a bit aggressive with the CLU application.

Before applying CLU, I coated the PCB surrounding the shunts with liquid tape and then I used liquid tape to glue the barriers to the PBC just below the shunts.

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