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Lol then why are the water blocks for '20 series RTX' rather than explicitly 2080Ti / Titan RTX hmm?
You are crazy lol ..

Who ever is selling the same block for 2080 and 2080Ti is ripping u off and they were lazy and did not design the block optimally. ..the VRM's chokes the memory layout.. even the die sizes are different.

Do you even have a RTX card ?

2070 pcb is shorter than 2080, a lot is different ..so stop posting inaccurate info. You might screw up someone's build.


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You are crazy lol ..

Who ever is selling the same block for 2080 and 2080Ti is ripping u off and they were lazy and did not design the block optimally. ..the VRM's chokes the memory layout.. even the die sizes are different.

Do you even have a RTX card ?

2070 pcb is shorter than 2080, a lot is different ..so stop posting inaccurate info. You might screw up someone's build.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpnU0mjx4YQ
as I mentioned, the Bitspower block quite clearly states that it is compatible with the reference design 2080 Ti, 2080, and 2070 (and anything that fits the FE 2080 Ti will fit the Titan RTX since they are basically identical).

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...37B-000X-003W9

and on their own website they state again that it fits 2080 Ti, 2080, Titan RTX, and 2 AIB partner 2070 cards:
https://shop.bitspower.com/index.php...roduct_id=7128

I have 3 Titan RTX cards, how about you?

You may want to follow your own advice about not posting inaccurate info, since you are clearly mistaken - as you might screw up someone's build.

I know it is difficult to admit when you're mistaken, but unfortunately the facts are not with you this time.

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Undervolting works very well on the Titan RTX. 0,975v with stable 2000/8400. 303W Peak after playing Witcher for 1 Hour.
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Quote: Originally Posted by kot0005 View Post
You are crazy lol ..

Who ever is selling the same block for 2080 and 2080Ti is ripping u off and they were lazy and did not design the block optimally. ..the VRM's chokes the memory layout.. even the die sizes are different.

Do you even have a RTX card ?

2070 pcb is shorter than 2080, a lot is different ..so stop posting inaccurate info. You might screw up someone's build.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpnU0mjx4YQ
a bunch of us are using the bitspower blocks.
I have them on 2 on 2080 ti and 2 on Titan RTX.
They have cut outs for the different layouts. (2080 and ti/titan)

They work great
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i receive my 3mo panasonic resistors.

can i put those resistors and use the card with fan cooling the time i will receive my waterblock ? (without OC the card)
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i receive my 3mo panasonic resistors.

can i put those resistors and use the card with fan cooling the time i will receive my waterblock ? (without OC the card)
Great!

Yes you can still use it with the air cooler, but there won't really be a benefit because performance will be limited by temperature.

It will work fine.

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i receive my 3mo panasonic resistors.

can i put those resistors and use the card with fan cooling the time i will receive my waterblock ? (without OC the card)
I bought them too. Could you make pictures or a little tutorial please? I would like to do it too.
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i receive my 3mo panasonic resistors.

can i put those resistors and use the card with fan cooling the time i will receive my waterblock ? (without OC the card)
I bought them too. Could you make pictures or a little tutorial please? I would like to do it too.
I posted pics in this thread when i installed them, but there's not much to it - basically just remove the 2 original resistors that will be replaced and solder the new resistors on.

Can say that the one on the front side of the pcb was more difficult only because one leg is very close to other tiny smds

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Great!

Yes you can still use it with the air cooler, but there won't really be a benefit because performance will be limited by temperature.

It will work fine.
then is an security with the temperature dosent matter oc with this resistors mod it will not burn the card or bug the in game

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Finally unboxed mine and set it up, it's beautiful Got it running on the test bench, which has a 10 year old Q9550 for a CPU, LOL. Talk about CPU limited. Works for proof of concept, though.

Think I'm gonna pick up a 9900K, a 240hz monitor, a new PSU, watercooling parts, etc. for the test setup.

As a funny side note, the included displayport to DVI connector is single link. I set a custom resolution in the nvidia control panel of 2560x1440 @ 33 Hz to use it for now, lol. Didn't want to un-do the displayport cable from my main rig. Need to buy another one
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