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ftw will probably lose that fight tbh. especially if you Kryo...

You may be right on that. Will keep you updated. Thanks for the help brother, your a good man Charlie Brown
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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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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.

I did the same, really helps with temps, frankencards ;-)
post #344 of 1099
BTW I posted this is the 1080ti general thread, figure I post it here too as not as many pages as the general forum

for anyone interested


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 #345 of 1099
Well I'm officially impressed with the cooler that Aorus has here. I been around some hot ass cards in recent years and the fact I'm playing Andromeda at 4k smooth as silk locked 60hz, with my Temps staying mid 50s and maybe sometimes maybe cracking 60, is pretty incredible.

So I'm only hanging onto the evga pre order because it's been my go to gpu for years now, but I got a feeling I'm keeping my Aorus.
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You may be right on that. Will keep you updated. Thanks for the help brother, your a good man Charlie Brown
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post #347 of 1099
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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.

are u suppose to keep the orange plastic things on?
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Those cover the SLI fingers and might as well be left on when in a single card configuration.
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are u suppose to keep the orange plastic things on?

Look at the space in my case lol, I'm never going to SLI due to space alone. So might as well keep the orange plugs on to keep the SLI fingers nice and shiny.
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Brought a fan and place it over the copper on the backplate. Temparature reduce from 67c to 63c.
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