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post #2731 of 7214 (permalink) Old 10-26-2018, 10:29 AM
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Thanks. It’s not the greatest fit but I like the look of stock plates over nickel. Don’t want it to look too custom. I preferred the founders on air to be the cleanest, but having a silent pc is a must. My cable box is louder than this monstrosity. : )
No problem with installing EK Vectors? My friend have ASUS RTX 2080Ti Dual OC, and have problems with this block. 3x reinstall, and lot of "fun" with screws of different length ;-)
I have ek vector blocks on my ti's. I always just use the shortest screws with EK gpu kits. The longer screws will bottom out and get stuck in the threaded standoffs on the block. Also, to me the EK nickel backplates are nice.
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post #2732 of 7214 (permalink) Old 10-26-2018, 10:55 AM
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While the Nvidia uses a reference PCB, how come it seems to only be the FE cards dying over other AIB cards ? If it was a temperature thing I would have thought it would be an obvious issue but nobody seems to be indicating high temps being an issue on the FE. Looks to be a GDDR6 issue, but again if it is a GDDR6 issue one would think it would be affecting a much wider range of cards than just the FE's


My cards do not become available until the 30th November (MSI Sea Hawk X 2080Ti). hoping I do not have any issues with them.


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@Owner's of Dieing FE Model

Hi Owner's of a dieing FE.

Can all of you give more feedback how, after which time and under which conditions this happened?

Died after how many days after installing:
Died after how many days after first indication:
Air / Water(Block):
Stock/OC:
Description of first indication:
Description/Screenshot of damage:
Batchnumber:
Feedback of Nvidia:

I hope this is ok for you.
As I do own one myself, I am very curious.

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Thanks. It’s not the greatest fit but I like the look of stock plates over nickel. Don’t want it to look too custom. I preferred the founders on air to be the cleanest, but having a silent pc is a must. My cable box is louder than this monstrosity. : )
2-sided tape to lay the OEM backplates on the EK mount? I don;t see any screws in there.,

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While the Nvidia uses a reference PCB, how come it seems to only be the FE cards dying over other AIB cards ? If it was a temperature thing I would have thought it would be an obvious issue but nobody seems to be indicating high temps being an issue on the FE. Looks to be a GDDR6 issue, but again if it is a GDDR6 issue one would think it would be affecting a much wider range of cards than just the FE's


My cards do not become available until the 30th November (MSI Sea Hawk X 2080Ti). hoping I do not have any issues with them.
Is Micron the only supplier of the GDDR6 modules? For both AIB and Nvidia cards?

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Hi everyone I am feeling pretty dumb so I thought I would sell my 1080 to hydrocopper and snag a 2080 ti to put a block on. I know I'm after a reference design pcb as that seems to be the easiest to get a block for, and I was leaning towards the XC Ultra as I have heard that has an increased power limit.... *but* now I am thinking I could get a founders for $1200 (I think without tax) or an xc ultra for $1370 after tax. Another $210 for the block and backplate on the FE but only $160 for a hydrocopper block. So my totals are looking like either $1410 or $1530. The big question is whether the FE cards play nice with custom power limit bios or if I should be looking at any number of other cards that can take a custom bios and/or have that sweet 140% PL.

I just kinda wish the XC black for $999 would actually be for sale at EVGA (

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Hi everyone I am feeling pretty dumb so I thought I would sell my 1080 to hydrocopper and snag a 2080 ti to put a block on. I know I'm after a reference design pcb as that seems to be the easiest to get a block for, and I was leaning towards the XC Ultra as I have heard that has an increased power limit.... *but* now I am thinking I could get a founders for $1200 (I think without tax) or an xc ultra for $1370 after tax. Another $210 for the block and backplate on the FE but only $160 for a hydrocopper block. So my totals are looking like either $1410 or $1530. The big question is whether the FE cards play nice with custom power limit bios or if I should be looking at any number of other cards that can take a custom bios and/or have that sweet 140% PL.

I just kinda wish the XC black for $999 would actually be for sale at EVGA (

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you can use the stock backplate with the bitspower block. Looks good. Runing my 2080Ti with this block, the core temperature is a constant 10-11C above the loop temperature, which is as good as any.

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you can use the stock backplate with the bitspower block. Looks good. Runing my 2080Ti with this block, the core temperature is a constant 10-11C above the loop temperature, which is as good as any.
I like the look of the nickel backplate though. Have you seen any discernable performance differences going from air to water apart from just temperature?

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I like the look of the nickel backplate though. Have you seen any discernable performance differences going from air to water apart from just temperature?

Still curious about custom bios and power limit if the Fe cards
i did some test on timespy :

original bios, power limit 115% (260-300w) max oc core + vram : 15800 graphics score

galax bios, power limit 126% (300-380w) max oc core + vram : 16380 graphics score

less than 4% improvements for 25% more power draw…


some have seen less improvements because they had better gpu than mine out of box..

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This is my MOD. There are many like it, but this one is mine.

This is my MOD. There are many like it, but this one is mine.

Mod power limit on a MSI RTX 2070;

Find the shunt resistor
Do that
Apply it there

And it Works!!!! LOL power limit never reads 90%
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