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post #281 of 611 (permalink) Old 03-08-2019, 07:17 AM
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i got my duke replacement today, they told me at service that 90% of all rtx cards that where sold(first batch that was defective i guess) all of them came back as dead cards, now i pray to God that nvidia fixed what ever problem was and to give u guys a heads up, rma it before it dies on u too guys and get a newer batch.

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Quote: Originally Posted by doza View Post
i got my duke replacement today, they told me at service that 90% of all rtx cards that where sold(first batch that was defective i guess) all of them came back as dead cards, now i pray to God that nvidia fixed what ever problem was and to give u guys a heads up, rma it before it dies on u too guys and get a newer batch.
Any serial number or build dates that need to be known of?

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Any way to tell you have A chip without takin off the cooler ?
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I have a ASUS 2080 Turbo (blower) and its an A chip .. the OP has it listed as non-A but I dont think this is accurate. Let me know how youd like me to provide confirmation ... Also see this TPU article:

https://www.techpowerup.com/249219/a...-tu104-a-chips
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So just to share some information if someone want to install a Kraken G12 on a MSI RTX2080 Ventus OC (which is a reference PCB):

Today I discovered that it's not possible to keep the front/inner and back plates, much like the RTX FE card.

Differently from MSI Duke or other models that have the front plate with a bigger cut / square for the GPU, this card has the front plate using the holes very close to the GPU, so there's no way to install the G12 bracket without removing it, and no way to fix the back plate also.

This is very lame, I had to give up for now as I'll need to buy some VRM heatsinks to be able to use G12 on this model.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Advil000 View Post
More mods. Just installed a Morpheus II on my Windforce OC.

Holy cow. at 130% power target it dropped my temps from 74C to 55C at 130% power target and 2100MHz and nearly inaudible fan noise, If I max the fans at 2300RPM with some noise it's even lower under load at 53C. The fans are just Coolermaster Sickleflow 120MM... $10 or less each.

That's with Gelid Extreme paste... I'm still thinking about putting the LM on it but there's no good point. It will now hold the 2100MHz boost where as with the stock cooler before under heavy load it heat saturates and as it climbs over 70C speeds drop off to 2040 or so.

No factory cooler, no VRM sinks, no back plate, not even the Morpheus GPU hold down bracket. Just using the Gigabyte factory GPU screws with the springs gently screwed into the Morpheus standoffs. Works a treat.

Recommend supporting the end of the video card a little with something. It's downright flimsy as a bare PCB compared to when all that vapor chamber hardware is bolted on.

Honestly, I'll try to do something to get VRAM and VRM temps eventually here, but so much air is being shoved through this cooler at the PCB I strongly suspect it's cooling better now than when all the components were trapped under the vapor chamber plates with nothing but thermal pads.
How do you get 2300 RPM out of a Coolermaster Sickleflow? The specs say it maxes at 2000 RPM?

Those are excellent GPU temps for an air cooled RTX 2080. I hope you have some sort of VRM sinks or have checked what kind of temps you're getting on your VRM's because I'd imagine a 2100Mhz core clock is making them work a lot harder
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Is this https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/207214/207214 the biggest 24/7 Power Limit reference PCB BIOS available atm?

Getting my MSI RTX 2080 Sea Hawk X today and want to get most of it.

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