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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 12-31-2019, 07:15 AM - Thread Starter
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2080Ti watercooled 72c load temps high

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Previously my pump was a D5 Vario, under load GPU would hit 52c max.

Since installing the EKWB dual pumps, GPU temps hit 72c under load. I think the GPU contact with block needs to be redone or reseated. Anyone got any suggestions?

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did CPU temps go up as well?

would be weird to be a block biff if you didn't remove mess with the block. Seems more likely your new dual d5 isn't running quick enough, or you plumbed something backwards.

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CPU temps as same as before. No change. The GPU has gone up. Just realised. I did install a straight fitting without taking the GPU out of the case. I did not flex the GPU at all. Held it solid, had GPU support arm in place as well. I think the fitting being screwed it must of loosened or shifted the block. Not sure how that even happens. Once you install a block, it should not even flex a millimetre.

Guess will need to re seat the Plexi crap or get the acetal block and stick that on. First time using Plexi waterblock. Have heavy hands.

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Update on this. Replaced the Nickel block with another ekwb in acetal. Wrong screws used first time. 6mm ones were used but need use the 4mm ones. I asked the guy installed the first *** 6mm, he said it makes no difference as the 6mm screws don't hit the end, meaning they screw in fully. It installed the block myself on acetal. 10c drop in temps to 53c under load with slow fan speeds. Also used thermal grizzly kryonaut TIM and thermal grizzly thermal pads everywhere. For TIM in applied/spread across the whole GPU surface did a thin X and little block in each section.

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Out of interest what are your ambient temps ? I have an EK block on the same GPU as you and can hit 60c in heavy gaming with a 30c ambient.


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Wrong screws used first time. 6mm ones were used but need use the 4mm ones. I asked the guy installed the first *** 6mm, he said it makes no difference as the 6mm screws don't hit the end, meaning they screw in fully.

There is usually a REALLY good reason some engineer says to use a particular screw size in a particular place. The guy you referred to in your post doesn't know what he's doing. Wouldn't surprise me if he thinks you don't need ALL of the standoffs to mount a MB...

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Wouldn't surprise me if he thinks you don't need ALL of the standoffs to mount a MB...

but you don't.

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Quote: Originally Posted by smilinjohn View Post
There is usually a REALLY good reason some engineer says to use a particular screw size in a particular place. The guy you referred to in your post doesn't know what he's doing. Wouldn't surprise me if he thinks you don't need ALL of the standoffs to mount a MB...
need is subjective

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Update on this. Replaced the Nickel block with another ekwb in acetal. Wrong screws used first time. 6mm ones were used but need use the 4mm ones. I asked the guy installed the first *** 6mm, he said it makes no difference as the 6mm screws don't hit the end, meaning they screw in fully. It installed the block myself on acetal. 10c drop in temps to 53c under load with slow fan speeds. Also used thermal grizzly kryonaut TIM and thermal grizzly thermal pads everywhere. For TIM in applied/spread across the whole GPU surface did a thin X and little block in each section.

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mostly wrong, but not completely. there are a few places you can get away with the 6mm screw, LIKE WHEN INSTALLING A BACKPLATE, since that's what they're intended for.

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but you don't.

Then why do they have them?


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need is subjective

True you can get away with it, but there's a reason for them

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