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post #41 of 89
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Originally Posted by spyui View Post

Normally the coil whine sound is getting louder when the card is under water because there is no more fans noise. =)

Exactly, and also I am fine with high fps whine, like 200+, I almost expect it now. But I tried some game last night and it looks like it more of sizzling sound then a whine.
So, its really load related, it's very audible with door open, it's much quieter when closed, but still a distinct sound cause you can hear it kick in when games start.

I'll upload a video tonight. Also SLI on air definitely not good with 1080 Ti Strix, top card heats up pretty quickly to 83C. and bottom one around 74C. But I was expecting that, since they are 2.5 slot cards. So until I get water blocks will use single card only.
Also the cards running up to 1890-1911Mhz out of the box so being OC increases the wine.

Still debating of RMA, I found out there is Asus RMA center pretty much like few kilometers from me. So I might be able to drop the off directly. Still at least month before I can get the blocks.

Basically I have 3 options:
1. Try luck with ASUS and RMA cards to them
2. Return cards to store and pay hefty fee, and then wait and get EVGA FTW3 instead
3. Try to ignore the whine, first it's really hard but less you think about it makes it a bit better
Edited by InhexSTER - 4/13/17 at 11:13am
post #42 of 89
Fellow Canadian here. I'm on my second EVGA TI and same buzzing whiney sound. I want to throw it under water but yes. it will get louder.
post #43 of 89
Here is 1080 Ti coil whine:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6HTBXARUF4

Here is 980 Ti SLI coil whine:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9tHE4ERW1c

I figured 1080 Ti would get louder and this was 1 card in the systmem, with 2 double the noise.

So I returned GPUs to the store for the inspection, but the guy basically said all 1080 Ti's whine. So I don't expect them to do anything about it.
Anyway, have few days to think if I should just return them to the sore and get EVGA instead, at least they usually have better service.
Edited by InhexSTER - 4/13/17 at 6:50pm
post #44 of 89
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Originally Posted by InhexSTER View Post

Here is 1080 Ti coil whine:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6HTBXARUF4

Here is 980 Ti SLI coil whine:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9tHE4ERW1c

I figured 1080 Ti would get louder and this was 1 card in the systmem, with 2 double the noise.

So I returned GPUs to the store for the inspection, but the guy basically said all 1080 Ti's whine. So I don't expect them to do anything about it.
Anyway, have few days to think if I should just return them to the sore and get EVGA instead, at least they usually have better service.


Just a quick question. What kind of PSU do you have in your system?
post #45 of 89
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Originally Posted by Cooked CPU View Post

Just a quick question. What kind of PSU do you have in your system?

Evga Supernova 1200 P2, I also tested in my NAS system with EVGA 650 P2
post #46 of 89
Well, one thing you could try since this was a trick that worked with 700 - 900 series of the nvidia gpu`s is to swap to an another PSU and see if it helps. I have had great luck with Seasonic PSU`s

Or see if you can borrow a buddy`s psu to test corsair etc. But I had coil whine in my 980ti when I used an evga supernova 850 G2 and swaped to an Seasonic PRIME 850 and the coil whine was gone, until I overclocked the card to the max. downclocked it just alittle and the coil whine was gone again

Only fix that could work but no guarantee... Or RMA and hope you get a better one since its alittle luck of draw.
post #47 of 89
Yeah I've heard some people had sucesses removing coil whine with Seasonic
Anyway, sorry going off topic here, this should be really related to Enthoo Elite

Can continue discussing coil whine here:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1626108/gtx-1080-ti-coil-whine/

Back to the topic, do you think if I add 360 to my dual 480s to the front I can get mid 40s for GPUs?

Also with 480 at the top there is no space for exhaust fan at the back.

Right now I have:
4 fans in pull at the bottom as inatake (probably going to switch to push)
3 fans in front (original phanteks ones) as intake
4 fans on top rad in push as exhaust
So overall its positive pressure
But since all of them are at 800-850 rpm airflow is probably not so good
post #48 of 89
If you are a going to put a 360 black ice nemesis on top of a 480 black nemesis with some good fans and some speed on them I would say yes. Since one 480 black ice nemesis can handle 1200-1500 watts with fans at high speed. And two 1080 ti will put around 600 ish watts into the loop. So 360 + 480 for 600 ish watts + waterpump ( 20 - 25 ) watts a 360 + 480 is enough to see 40-50 degree C
Most depends on the fans and what speed you wanna run them on + if they suck cold or "hot" air


And for the fan in the rear it overall dont really matter that mutch just make sure you get some kind of airflow over an M.2 disk if you have one. Besides that since you are water cooling the cpu, gpu, mosfet, there is really nothing else to think about besides the ram and disk`s that you have. But since you have a top rad and if you dont run your fans on it close to idle rpm there is enough airflow for the ram. But airflow in the case is not static so imo ppl tend to think more about it than a person need to.
Edited by Cooked CPU - 4/14/17 at 5:06am
post #49 of 89
Another thought, how would draining front mounted radiator work? It seems like it would be very hard to drain it, as gravity would have not enough head pressure. In my old system I had to tilt the case, even turn it upside down to get water out. I know you can't get all water out anyway, but it would get stuck in the tubes. Took a lot of effort with Define R5. With 40KG case gets even harder.

I guess if the tubes go straight down to bottom rad, then it would make it easier, in my old built it was connected to CPU

Also JayzTwoCents just twisted he's planning to make a build in this case, excited to see how it turns out. Maybe will have some cool ideas.
post #50 of 89
If you cant build a nice loop with gravity draining in support you are left to 3 options... Did a total brainfart once when I did a loop in my Be Quiet Dark base pro 900
1. If I just want to flush and add new water I drain, and just add destiled water while the pump is going to flush all old water out. Use alot of destiled water doing that... Then I just use a rubber gasket so I dont get an airleak and just use high pressure air do blow excess water out and then refill ( not optimal but it works )

2. Drain and tilt smile.gif

3. Drain and tilt. Pick the rads out.



I normaly like to do number 3 once a year to swap fluid and clean the computer and parts.
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