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post #18191 of 18221 (permalink) Old 02-09-2020, 04:08 AM
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Well, I settled on a definitive OC for my Armor with a Accelero IV on it.

I'm running 2063-2050 core depending on temps and power draw with maxed power limit, stock voltage at 1.062v-1.050v.
Memory is as high as Afterburner allows, +1000 a.k.a. 6500Mhz.

Power sits in the high 90% range usually and can peak as high as 110% but it has 117% available so. No throttling there.

Temps sit in the low to mid 50c range in any load with the Accelero at 100%. It's still seriously quiet at that level. I could let it run at like, 40% and barely hit 60c but that causes it to drop another clock bin down under load. It won't run 2076/2088 for long enough on 1.062v to be sta je in lighter loads that way so.

It will actually do 2100Mhz just fine on 1.093v but power draw gets too high then and it power limits without flashing a different BIOS and I want to keep the BIOS stock on this one for now.

I might be getting another MSI Gaming X soon as someone wants to trade his for my RTX2080 with added cash and I kinda wanna bin that one to see if it clocks my better but I doubt it. This is already very impressive lol.

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So I’m probably going to be snagging a 1080 ti here in a month or so to throw in my new Zen 2 build and I wanted to ask, which air cooled partner card has the best thermals? I’ve read it was the Strix card but are there any others anyone can chime in on? I mean I have an EVGA SC 1080 and the thermals are pretty good but I also know the 1080 ti runs quite a bit hotter. Or would it be better just to grab another 1080 and SLI it? I know SLI is pretty much dead now but hell if its a viable option I’d consider it.

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Inno3D X3 and X4 (if you can live with the noise of the 4th small fan) are pretty much the best coolers around temp wise.

The MSI Gaming X Trio is also pretty amazing as is the Strix but the Strix cannot be easily overvolted or modded as it uses proprietary controllers.

Otherwise, just get any old cheap reference based card and slap a Accelero IV on it like I did. Nothing will beat that in terms of air temps and noise.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Imprezzion View Post
Inno3D X3 and X4 (if you can live with the noise of the 4th small fan) are pretty much the best coolers around temp wise.



The MSI Gaming X Trio is also pretty amazing as is the Strix but the Strix cannot be easily overvolted or modded as it uses proprietary controllers.



Otherwise, just get any old cheap reference based card and slap a Accelero IV on it like I did. Nothing will beat that in terms of air temps and noise.


I might try one of the EVGA hybrid models, but I’d really like to switch the 120mm aio for a 240mm aio but I haven’t read on many people doing that, I saw one post where all a guy had to do was swap the coldplate from the one on the GPU to the new one on the 240 aio. I mean I guess I could go the Accelero route or the Kraken G12 route but meh, pretty sure my 3800X will dump enough heat into the case as is, not sure that having the hybrid dump more would be smart, but I’ll definitely see if I can find the Inno3d card when I go looking for one.

And yeah I know the Accelero works wonders but its not exactly the prettiest solution out there so I’d like to avoid that if possible, but I won’t rule the option out completely.

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Oh yeah it ain't pretty and I put it on a non-reference Armor which is the much wider Gaming X PCB so I literally had to zip-tie the backplate on but it's just a temporary card till RTX3xxx hits and I can revert it to stock with no permanent mods done to it (yet..).

If ya want a 240mm solution with the ease of a AIO look at EK's website for a clearance sale on GTX 1080 Ti "Phoenix" blocks with the pre-filles QDC fittings and get a 240mm Phoenix rad combo with it.

Isn't cheap but looks great and performance is almost the same as a full cover custom loop as the block itself is identical to a regular full cover block.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Imprezzion View Post
Oh yeah it ain't pretty and I put it on a non-reference Armor which is the much wider Gaming X PCB so I literally had to zip-tie the backplate on but it's just a temporary card till RTX3xxx hits and I can revert it to stock with no permanent mods done to it (yet..).



If ya want a 240mm solution with the ease of a AIO look at EK's website for a clearance sale on GTX 1080 Ti "Phoenix" blocks with the pre-filles QDC fittings and get a 240mm Phoenix rad combo with it.



Isn't cheap but looks great and performance is almost the same as a full cover custom loop as the block itself is identical to a regular full cover block.


Hmmm I’ll definitely look into that, if it can be used as like a gpu only loop for now, but in the future I may put the whole system in a loop.

CPU’s I’ve owned: P4 630, P4 631, C2D E6320, C2D E6700, X3230, QX9650, X5470, i7 920, i7 3770K ES, Pentium 2020M, i5 4690K, i7 5775C, Athlon XP 3200+, Athlon 64 X2 1.8GHz, A10 4600M, Ryzen 5 2600X, Ryzen 7 3800X (soon to be)

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Hmmm I’ll definitely look into that, if it can be used as like a gpu only loop for now, but in the future I may put the whole system in a loop.
Future will be difficult. The Phoenix line is EOL which is why it's on a super cheap clearance sale now at EK and local retailers that still have stock. I'm in EU and the blocks about €76 for a reference and they have some AIB blocks as well for a few € more. The rads sold out for the 240 version tho. Might need to source that from a retailer or online shop.

I fancy a bit of YOLO. Time to play with the XOC BIOS at 1.2v.. hehe..

If for some reason it goes pop, well I haven't sold my 2080 yet so...

EDIT: Oh god.. this thing LOVES voltage lol. Here's half an hour of Borderlands 3 on 1.200v XOC BIOS with 2152Mhz core. Had memory on a pretty basic OC, nowhere near what it can do (~6500Mhz and maybe even more).
I'm kinda scared i will absolutely blow the VRM to the moon and beyond with this load tho. It is hitting around 350w average load peaking at 380w ish.

Would it survive that? lol.

EDIT2: It needs every bit of 1.200v for 2152Mhz. Dropping a couple of voltage bins to 1.180 ish crashes almost instantly. Card hit almost 70c core in Division 2 so I can only imagine the VRM temps at a constant 370w load @ 1.200..

I'm going a little easier on the card as it is well known GTX10xx hates high temps when overclocking so I'm testing 2126Mhz @ 1.162v now. It ran for a good while on 1.143v but crashed Borderlands 3 after a out 10 minutes so I upped it a bit and let's let it run AFK for a while. It's already looking way better lol. 64c so far and temps equalized nicely. It's sitting around 340-355w now according to hwinfo.
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EDIT: Oh god.. this thing LOVES voltage lol. Here's half an hour of Borderlands 3 on 1.200v XOC BIOS with 2152Mhz core. Had memory on a pretty basic OC, nowhere near what it can do (~6500Mhz and maybe even more).
I'm kinda scared i will absolutely blow the VRM to the moon and beyond with this load tho. It is hitting around 350w average load peaking at 380w ish.
Do remember that while it won't kill it instantly, that will seriously degrade the life of the card running it over volted like that. I speak from experience with my 1080 Ti.
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Do remember that while it won't kill it instantly, that will seriously degrade the life of the card running it over volted like that. I speak from experience with my 1080 Ti.
How high did you have yours? And at what temps?

It's just a temp card untill RTX3xxx launches, was pretty cheap and it's been quite a while since I actually killed anything hardware related with overclocking. I used to do custom BIOS and voltage / power hardmods all the time up to GTX7xx and never really broke anything except a 780 who's VRAM died somehow and only shows green and purple lines now.

And if it does degrade badly or die, well, another one for the wall decorations I guess and i'll just get another cheap secondhand one. The Accelero IV will fit on pretty much anything anyway.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Imprezzion View Post
How high did you have yours? And at what temps?
1.200v @ 2126 Mhz core speed @ 50-60c temps. XOC bios will reset the video driver @ 63-65c too.

That was an older setup for me now back when I only had a single 360mm radiator. But after running it about 14-16 months like that my card will no longer run at all with the XOC bios on it. Anything "3D Related": Games, Benchmarks, none of it. Everything dumps it straight to desktop instant crash with XOC bios. The only way I can still game on it is by using a normal "locked" bios. Originally stock after XOC then I switched it to the FTW3 bios and it's fine now so far.
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