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post #17941 of 17995 (permalink) Old 04-14-2019, 06:41 PM
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Hey everyone, so all of a sudden I’m having an issue with my AIO Aorus Extreme Waterforce 1080ti.

I bought it in October 2017, out of the box stock clocks sustained at 2025mhz and temperatures were at 46C. What a great card, right ? After some testing I settled with 2063mhz on the core and no memory increase.

Fast forward to the other day, the card began crashing in Star Wars Battlefront II and Call of Dury WW II, so I removed the OC and began testing stock clocks again.

The card now only boosts to 1898-1924mhz and the temperatures are 58C.

What the heck ?
When's the last time you cleaned the dust and dirt out of the radiator? And check the fan on it and see if it's still spinning.
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Hey everyone, so all of a sudden I’m having an issue with my AIO Aorus Extreme Waterforce 1080ti.

I bought it in October 2017, out of the box stock clocks sustained at 2025mhz and temperatures were at 46C. What a great card, right ? After some testing I settled with 2063mhz on the core and no memory increase.

Fast forward to the other day, the card began crashing in Star Wars Battlefront II and Call of Dury WW II, so I removed the OC and began testing stock clocks again.

The card now only boosts to 1898-1924mhz and the temperatures are 58C.

What the heck ?
Maybe the pump or the radiator fan died.
I literally just took it apart and cleaned the rad a few week ago. Just checked it and it’s mint. The fan is spinning as normal as can be. I added another 120mm fan today to see if that would help, but sadly , the temps aren’t improving.

Is there anyway to check the pump speed ? The fan is spinning just fine. I’m thinking it’s the pump on the way out, slowly dying.

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I literally just took it apart and cleaned the rad a few week ago. Just checked it and it’s mint. The fan is spinning as normal as can be. I added another 120mm fan today to see if that would help, but sadly , the temps aren’t improving.

Is there anyway to check the pump speed ? The fan is spinning just fine. I’m thinking it’s the pump on the way out, slowly dying.
Pump is working or dead. It cant be between.
I would say that the block is gunked up or so

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hey now, the first h100 died a slow death, as you'd tend to have the different speed zones stop functioning
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Here's my current build with a water cooled 1080 Ti in a Corsair Graphite 780T:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yWrYGUoIdco

Note: I removed the drives cages and their bottom mount entirely. I'm using a 4x1 (4x2.5" drives in 1x5.25" bay) icy dock hot swap bay in one of the 5.25" bays, and I use the 2.5" mounts in the middle-back of the case. I don't claim to be good at making videos so sorry if the quality sucks. It's just me and my DSLR. You could easily fit two or three 1080 Ti's in this case in a similar configuration to mine and still have tons of room for radiators. I'm using 4 of em: 360mm up top, 240mm front, 240m bottom front underneath the pumps, and a 120mm in the back. This is a hybrid build that dual-boots WindowsXP & Win7x64 so it currently has a GTX-780 in it for XP Side. Yes I'm crazy. No don't ask about it. No I don't want to discuss it.
Hey Kithylin, thanks for the response. However, maybe I should have been clearer. I have the two GTX 1080 TI cards that are air cooled. They're bulkier than your water cooled versions. I would go water, but I am happy the way it is and don't feel like spending more money.

If you, or any other OCers here can point me to a good case that would fit air cooled SLI 1080 Ti cards, that'd be great!

Cheers!
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anything made to fit full size ATX boards should work. count the number of slots your current case has, then compare to the cases you're looking at. That'll give you a good scope of how much more space you'll have in the area you're looking at.
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Hey Kithylin, thanks for the response. However, maybe I should have been clearer. I have the two GTX 1080 TI cards that are air cooled. They're bulkier than your water cooled versions. I would go water, but I am happy the way it is and don't feel like spending more money.

If you, or any other OCers here can point me to a good case that would fit air cooled SLI 1080 Ti cards, that'd be great!

Cheers!
I tried to show you how much room there is in this case. I'm sure you could easily fit air cooled 1080 Ti's in here if you took out some or all of the drive cages. I just went and measured and with the drive cages out the 780T has 18.5 inches (47 cm) interior space from the I/O bracket to the inside of the front of the case. That should be more than enough for any video card ever made, air or water.
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Hey 1080 TI owners. I wanted to ask you all for recommendations/suggestions on a good case for a 1080 TI SLI.

Currently, I have the old school Cooler Master HAF 932. It's worked great, but for the past year of owning the 2 cards, it's pretty annoying that they barely fit inside the case. The bottom 1080 TI card literally touches the top of the PSU.

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Move the PSU to the top, then you got more room for the bottom GPU, lol

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Soo im in 1080TI Sli watercooled.

Thought sli would work as good as cossfire.. but nope. A bit disapointed. Metro exodus work only with hex editing and anthem not at all.

Some benchmarks dont use sli and dx12 has no sli support at all. Feels really bad, BUT it looks cool.

Maybe there comes more support in the future
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Soo im in 1080TI Sli watercooled.

Thought sli would work as good as cossfire.. but nope. A bit disapointed. Metro exodus work only with hex editing and anthem not at all.

Some benchmarks dont use sli and dx12 has no sli support at all. Feels really bad, BUT it looks cool.

Maybe there comes more support in the future
DirectX-12 does use both video cards but it's a different method, "Explicit Multi-GPU". It doesn't use SLI or CrossFire, but multi-GPU is possible with DX12. The problem is it's entirely up to the developer of whom ever makes the game to code in Multi-GPU support in to their game/title when they add DX-12 support. Some developers may want to bother coding it in, some may not bother coding it in.

EDIT: Just do some research and make sure the games you enjoy playing support SLI or can be made to support it easily before buying. For me.. all the games I enjoy playing all support it with little to no work. So I'm (potentially) looking forwards to it.

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Soo im in 1080TI Sli watercooled.



Thought sli would work as good as cossfire.. but nope. A bit disapointed. Metro exodus work only with hex editing and anthem not at all.



Some benchmarks dont use sli and dx12 has no sli support at all. Feels really bad, BUT it looks cool.



Maybe there comes more support in the future


Now you know how I felt with my sli 980tis


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