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04-04-2020 10:40 AM
Mooncheese
Quote: Originally Posted by Imprezzion View Post
I always had multiple Accelero Hybrid's laying around on most of my cards but they don't sell anymore here.

I switch hardware SO often I can't warrant buying a new full cover block and backplate for every card I buy / own that happens to be a different design or whatever. That's why I use a EK Phoenix 280 CPU loop (i wanted to buy custom but this was on clearance for next to nothing) but then again my CPU doesn't need any more cooling. It's on 5.1 and 5.2 needs WAY too much voltage and doesn't get hot on the EK Phoenix either. Never reaches 70c.

As for GPU's i switch like, every months basically and i have multiple GPU's at home as well, I currently have a non-A 2080 Ti from Inno3D, a MSI GTX1080 Ti Lightning Z, this Gainward 2080 Ti, some older AMD cards like a bunch of R9 280X and 290(x)'s, 2 780 Ti's. There should be a 980 Ti somewhere but I think i kinda permanently lended that out to a boddy of mine..

And whenever I spot a good deal on a 2080 Ti I will probably buy it anyway. What else to do in these boring times. And if that happens to be like a custom PCB MSI or ASUS or whatever then my block would be useless again.
So, I want a universal solution that can work on all cards, also non-reference (which a G12 will 90% of the times do just fine).

And, it's purely meant for noise and lower temps to make it temperature throttle less.

And also looks. I mean, a full push-pull 240mm AIO with RGB fans and RGB strips in the Kraken.. I mean, RGB all the stuff..
Ah I see, in that case NZXT's AIO bracket is the way to go.
04-04-2020 09:34 AM
sultanofswing Today is testing day, Seeing what this card uses for voltage for Offset slider overclocks so I can then see if I can figure out a Voltage Curve.
04-04-2020 09:01 AM
Imprezzion
Quote: Originally Posted by Mooncheese View Post
I was where you were back in 2013-2014 with AIO's on everything, my advice is, skip that nonsense and do a proper loop. You can actually sell the H100i. I've sold many AIO's on ebay, people will buy them. Sell all that nonsense and if budget limited just go with EK's Fluid Gaming kit, that way you will have all components plumbed into the same rad surface area. But bear in mind that the blocks and rads are aluminum. If you don't intend to upgrade a rad and don't mind waiting for EK Fluid Gaming water-block compatibility as newer GPU's come out then there's no issue.

Fan on the VRM and nothing on the memory, it's just monkey business. I mean, been there done that and I have the T-Shirt, (Kraken G10 on 780 Ti SLI, 980 Ti and 1080 Ti), it works, but it's less than ideal.
I always had multiple Accelero Hybrid's laying around on most of my cards but they don't sell anymore here.

I switch hardware SO often I can't warrant buying a new full cover block and backplate for every card I buy / own that happens to be a different design or whatever. That's why I use a EK Phoenix 280 CPU loop (i wanted to buy custom but this was on clearance for next to nothing) but then again my CPU doesn't need any more cooling. It's on 5.1 and 5.2 needs WAY too much voltage and doesn't get hot on the EK Phoenix either. Never reaches 70c.

As for GPU's i switch like, every months basically and i have multiple GPU's at home as well, I currently have a non-A 2080 Ti from Inno3D, a MSI GTX1080 Ti Lightning Z, this Gainward 2080 Ti, some older AMD cards like a bunch of R9 280X and 290(x)'s, 2 780 Ti's. There should be a 980 Ti somewhere but I think i kinda permanently lended that out to a boddy of mine..

And whenever I spot a good deal on a 2080 Ti I will probably buy it anyway. What else to do in these boring times. And if that happens to be like a custom PCB MSI or ASUS or whatever then my block would be useless again.
So, I want a universal solution that can work on all cards, also non-reference (which a G12 will 90% of the times do just fine).

And, it's purely meant for noise and lower temps to make it temperature throttle less.

And also looks. I mean, a full push-pull 240mm AIO with RGB fans and RGB strips in the Kraken.. I mean, RGB all the stuff..
04-04-2020 08:40 AM
J7SC Has anyone got Unigine Superposition working with NVLink 'CFR' / checkerboard instead of the standard AFR ? Below is a quick NVLink AFR Superposition 8k run w/ dual 2080 TIs, but I really like to see if CFR would improve things.

Temps are not an issue, fortunately (2 pumps, 3x 360/55 rads for separate GPU loop, per 2nd pic)



04-04-2020 08:24 AM
Mooncheese
Quote: Originally Posted by Imprezzion View Post
Well, I just bought a whole bunch of stuff for my GPU and build in general. Including a Kraken G12 Black, a whole load of copper VRM / VRAM heatsinks (Enzotech as always ) a Lamptron LAMP-FARGB 10 port PWM fan and ARGB splitter, a bunch of adapter cables for GPU PWM to normal PWM and RGB stuff, a Phanteks ARGB kit to stick on the G12 and match / connect directly to my Phanteks case DRGB daisychain connector and some other misc stuff.

Now all I need is a good AIO to strap to it. It has to be a 240mm 25mm or 30mm thick one. Those are the only sizes that will fit with my 280mm frontmounted CPU rad which is push-pull and one thicc boi so it interferes with top mount 360mm radiators. And a 280mm is too wide and will hit my motherboards VRM and RAM heatsinks. So, as the Phanteks has 240mm mounts offset from the board that will fit fine but only push-pull with 25 or 30mm.

I'm looking at a H100i v2 as they ARE actually compatible with the G12 even tho not officially but might also just go for a X52 or whatever.
I was where you were back in 2013-2014 with AIO's on everything, my advice is, skip that nonsense and do a proper loop. You can actually sell the H100i. I've sold many AIO's on ebay, people will buy them. Sell all that nonsense and if budget limited just go with EK's Fluid Gaming kit, that way you will have all components plumbed into the same rad surface area. But bear in mind that the blocks and rads are aluminum. If you don't intend to upgrade a rad and don't mind waiting for EK Fluid Gaming water-block compatibility as newer GPU's come out then there's no issue.

Fan on the VRM and nothing on the memory, it's just monkey business. I mean, been there done that and I have the T-Shirt, (Kraken G10 on 780 Ti SLI, 980 Ti and 1080 Ti), it works, but it's less than ideal.
04-04-2020 07:54 AM
Imprezzion Here's my curve for 2070Mhz 1.068v.
04-04-2020 05:35 AM
jura11
Quote: Originally Posted by sultanofswing View Post
@jura11 if you do not mind can you post up how your Voltage curve looked on that run so I can compare?
Hi there

Here are my curves

Offset +30MHz(2100MHz)



Curve (2100MHz)



Stock Curve



Hope this helps

Thanks,Jura
04-04-2020 04:56 AM
Imprezzion Well, I just bought a whole bunch of stuff for my GPU and build in general. Including a Kraken G12 Black, a whole load of copper VRM / VRAM heatsinks (Enzotech as always ) a Lamptron LAMP-FARGB 10 port PWM fan and ARGB splitter, a bunch of adapter cables for GPU PWM to normal PWM and RGB stuff, a Phanteks ARGB kit to stick on the G12 and match / connect directly to my Phanteks case DRGB daisychain connector and some other misc stuff.

Now all I need is a good AIO to strap to it. It has to be a 240mm 25mm or 30mm thick one. Those are the only sizes that will fit with my 280mm frontmounted CPU rad which is push-pull and one thicc boi so it interferes with top mount 360mm radiators. And a 280mm is too wide and will hit my motherboards VRM and RAM heatsinks. So, as the Phanteks has 240mm mounts offset from the board that will fit fine but only push-pull with 25 or 30mm.

I'm looking at a H100i v2 as they ARE actually compatible with the G12 even tho not officially but might also just go for a X52 or whatever.
04-04-2020 02:06 AM
z390e
Quote: Originally Posted by EarlZ View Post
No changes on my game settings, 65C is amazing, which card is that and what are your ambient temps ?
Asus Strix OC RTX 2080ti

Ambient right now is 18 degrees C
04-03-2020 10:25 PM
Madblaster6 Heads up. Found a new BIOS for the Gaming X Trio: 90.02.42.00.14

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/219116/219116
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