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post #6831 of 7158 (permalink) Old 03-08-2019, 11:37 AM
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Still waiting for the Heatkiller IV block from watercool.de... Ordered 15 days ago... No communication whatsoever from their side. I could claim my money back but I just want the damn block... Any opinions on this?
Yea, waiting time for this block is around 4 weeks. The demand is huge and the guys are busy keeping up with it. The block is awesome and way cooler compared to the EKWB block.
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post #6832 of 7158 (permalink) Old 03-08-2019, 09:09 PM
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I need some help guys.

I've installed the LOTAN gpu block on my MSI 2080TI lightning Z. It's not my first time. Eveything went smoothly.

And now the gpu is stuck at 1350 MHZ... I haven't touch the vbios, haven't shunt modded, only installed the block. Temps are good.

Ive tried :

-reinstalling drivers
-LN2 bios switch
-reflashing the same original vbios
-reinstalling Windows

I've noticed in MSI afterburner the Power limit slider is greyed out also now.

Anyone has any idea of what might have happened and/or solution?

thanks, feeling a bit desperate here
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post #6833 of 7158 (permalink) Old 03-08-2019, 09:17 PM
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I need some help guys.

I've installed the LOTAN gpu block on my MSI 2080TI lightning Z. It's not my first time. Eveything went smoothly.

And now the gpu is stuck at 1350 MHZ... I haven't touch the vbios, haven't shunt modded, only installed the block. Temps are good.

Ive tried :

-reinstalling drivers
-LN2 bios switch
-reflashing the same original vbios
-reinstalling Windows

I've noticed in MSI afterburner the Power limit slider is greyed out also now.

Anyone has any idea of what might have happened and/or solution?

thanks, feeling a bit desperate here

...check this thread + specific post in the spoiler, potentially a mounting pressure issue per description of the specific change you made
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post #6834 of 7158 (permalink) Old 03-08-2019, 10:19 PM
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I need some help guys.

I've installed the LOTAN gpu block on my MSI 2080TI lightning Z. It's not my first time. Eveything went smoothly.

And now the gpu is stuck at 1350 MHZ... I haven't touch the vbios, haven't shunt modded, only installed the block. Temps are good.

Ive tried :

-reinstalling drivers
-LN2 bios switch
-reflashing the same original vbios
-reinstalling Windows

I've noticed in MSI afterburner the Power limit slider is greyed out also now.

Anyone has any idea of what might have happened and/or solution?

thanks, feeling a bit desperate here
If all else fail it is RMA time.... Had a similar issue got it fixed, don't ask how and then it went all pair shaped after driver update and now I got a new different card.

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post #6835 of 7158 (permalink) Old 03-08-2019, 11:34 PM
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If all else fail it is RMA time.... Had a similar issue got it fixed, don't ask how and then it went all pair shaped after driver update and now I got a new different card.

...what are you going to do when there's another driver update ?
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post #6836 of 7158 (permalink) Old 03-09-2019, 12:28 AM
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I need some help guys.

I've installed the LOTAN gpu block on my MSI 2080TI lightning Z. It's not my first time. Eveything went smoothly.

And now the gpu is stuck at 1350 MHZ... I haven't touch the vbios, haven't shunt modded, only installed the block. Temps are good.

Ive tried :

-reinstalling drivers
-LN2 bios switch
-reflashing the same original vbios
-reinstalling Windows

I've noticed in MSI afterburner the Power limit slider is greyed out also now.

Anyone has any idea of what might have happened and/or solution?

thanks, feeling a bit desperate here
If all else fail it is RMA time.... Had a similar issue got it fixed, don't ask how and then it went all pair shaped after driver update and now I got a new different card.
I switched back to the air cooler and it's working, I switch back to the waterblock without overscrewing it and it goes back to 1350 mhz!

so weird
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post #6837 of 7158 (permalink) Old 03-09-2019, 12:55 AM
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I switched back to the air cooler and it's working, I switch back to the waterblock without overscrewing it and it goes back to 1350 mhz!

so weird
I would check afterburner settings that voltage is unlocked, other than that I tend to think an ill fitting waterblock possibly shorting on card somewhere?u
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post #6838 of 7158 (permalink) Old 03-09-2019, 02:37 AM
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I need some help guys.

I've installed the LOTAN gpu block on my MSI 2080TI lightning Z. It's not my first time. Eveything went smoothly.

And now the gpu is stuck at 1350 MHZ... I haven't touch the vbios, haven't shunt modded, only installed the block. Temps are good.

Ive tried :

-reinstalling drivers
-LN2 bios switch
-reflashing the same original vbios
-reinstalling Windows

I've noticed in MSI afterburner the Power limit slider is greyed out also now.

Anyone has any idea of what might have happened and/or solution?

thanks, feeling a bit desperate here
Could it be that Lightning requires (org) aircooler fan header to be connected to get it work with watercooling?
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post #6839 of 7158 (permalink) Old 03-09-2019, 03:38 AM
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i ordered on 2/6 and it was shipped on 3/7.

they have huge orders.
Yeah I called them and it should arrive next week. @Rob Koe
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post #6840 of 7158 (permalink) Old 03-09-2019, 03:38 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Glerox View Post
I need some help guys.

I've installed the LOTAN gpu block on my MSI 2080TI lightning Z. It's not my first time. Eveything went smoothly.

And now the gpu is stuck at 1350 MHZ... I haven't touch the vbios, haven't shunt modded, only installed the block. Temps are good.

Ive tried :

-reinstalling drivers
-LN2 bios switch
-reflashing the same original vbios
-reinstalling Windows

I've noticed in MSI afterburner the Power limit slider is greyed out also now.

Anyone has any idea of what might have happened and/or solution?

thanks, feeling a bit desperate here

i should have my block in 2 days , hopefully i won't have that issue , how good are the temps ?!

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