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GV-N108TGAMING OC-11G

Capacitor placement is weird compared to stock 1080Ti


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I have this card and it runs hot. I just built a new 1700 rig and the case that game with the motherboard is deepcool. It seems fairly okay inregards to room, however, after I installed the case fans yesterday (3 total) and put the side panel on, this card was running at 90c. I took the panel back off and it dropped 10-15 degrees. i've read that these cards run hot as it is, but i was wondering since you took the shroud off, did you apply new thermal paste? If so, did it help at all?

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I have this card and it runs hot. I just built a new 1700 rig and the case that game with the motherboard is deepcool. It seems fairly okay inregards to room, however, after I installed the case fans yesterday (3 total) and put the side panel on, this card was running at 90c. I took the panel back off and it dropped 10-15 degrees. i've read that these cards run hot as it is, but i was wondering since you took the shroud off, did you apply new thermal paste? If so, did it help at all?

i did put new paste it helped so that temperature wount clime to 80 so fast. i used Artic MX-2. heatsink is made so cheap on it so no wonder high temps ill uploadpictures here.

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Pretty sure this Phanteks block is compatible

http://www.phanteks.com/PH-GB1080TiGB.html

It says "Gigabyte Gaming OC" in the description, though oddly if you click for the "Compatability" tab it comes up blank. I would email their support to confirm before purchasing,

Newegg and PPCs have it in stock last I checked.
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Wow. Those copper heat pipes are atrocious. I'm surprised they passed those in QA. I ordered some Artic mx along with my deepcool 240 captain. I should have it tomorrow. I'll first see if the water cooler helps my system temps in regards to the heat being generated with the side panel on. If it doesn't, i'll probably be ripping the card apart and applying the new compound.

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I would suggest using thermal grizzly and filling in the gaps. You will notice a decent drop in temps.

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Does anyone know of any aftermarket coolers or AIO's that will work with this unit?

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Does anyone know of any aftermarket coolers or AIO's that will work with this unit?

try looking kraken g10 or something that should fit but im not 100% sure.

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Thanks. I'll look into the G12 as it's for the newer generation cards. I put in a support ticket with Gigabyte to see what they can do for me. It's unacceptable that I can't put my side panel on due to the card hitting 90°c+ with it on. It's not like I don't have enough system fans or poor cable management.


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