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Will GPUz or Hardware Info give you that information? Or is it just an approximation? 400 Watts of power is crazy. How much of that power would be going to the memory?

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50W

Thanks ZealotKi11er, that doesn't seem bad at all, relative to the 350 Watts the GPU is consuming. I imagine the PCB and assorted support chips must be drawing some power too.

How much power could a VBIOS modded Maxwell TitanX use?

There's a guy here w/a modded TitanZ that he thinks pulls about 700 Watts of power (unbelievable).
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50W

Thanks ZealotKi11er, that doesn't seem bad at all, relative to the 350 Watts the GPU is consuming. I imagine the PCB and assorted support chips must be drawing some power too.

How much power could a VBIOS modded Maxwell TitanX use?

There's a guy here w/a modded TitanZ that he thinks pulls about 700 Watts of power (unbelievable).
Gigabyte 1080 TI FE, XOC BIOS.


1.200v Just under 500w.

1.200v.txt 9k .txt file

1.100v Just under 400w.

1.100v.txt 9k .txt file

.950v Under 300w.

.950v.txt 13k .txt file

Edit: This is with Fire Strike Ultra stress test.
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Gigabyte 1080 TI FE, XOC BIOS.


1.200v Just under 500w.

1.200v.txt 9k .txt file

1.100v Just under 400w.

1.100v.txt 9k .txt file

.950v Under 300w.

.950v.txt 13k .txt file

Edit: This is with Fire Strike Ultra stress test.

500 Watts for a single card. Is that just for the card or is that total system draw?

Who needs space heaters anymore?
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Gigabyte 1080 TI FE, XOC BIOS.


1.200v Just under 500w.

1.200v.txt 9k .txt file

1.100v Just under 400w.

1.100v.txt 9k .txt file

.950v Under 300w.

.950v.txt 13k .txt file

Edit: This is with Fire Strike Ultra stress test.

500 Watts for a single card. Is that just for the card or is that total system draw?

Who needs space heaters anymore?

Just the card itself, that log is the nvidia-smi.exe power draw in wattage from only the card. redface.gif
    
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Just the card itself, that log is the nvidia-smi.exe power draw in wattage from only the card. redface.gif

Now that's a lot of bananas.
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it is safe to apply liquid metal to our gpu? i put cool lab liquid ultra.
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I tried and it seemed to eat at the GPU die along with the block it was attached to, I would not suggest it.
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so i need to change it. i will use kryonaut
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I would suggest not to use liquid metal on GPU. Especially with aluminum heatsink.
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