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11-28-2018 11:18 AM
_Adrian_ Following!

I'm dusting off a pair of Titan XP's and using them in a build with EK waterblocks.
If this gets me a tad bit more juice im all for it
01-31-2018 01:46 PM
KCDC Gonna take my Titan out of storage for a xeon build.

Wanted to open it up, clean it and replace the TIM and pads.

Could anyone tell me the thickness of the pads by chance? Thanks!

My guess is memory 0.5mm and vrms/components 1.0mm but want to be sure.
12-28-2017 11:33 PM
alancsalt https://www.overclock.net/t/502403/graphics-card-ranking
12-28-2017 06:29 PM
Burke888 Does anyone know what this card is roughly equivalent to in Nvidia's current lineup? I remember when it launched and the 6Gb seemed insane.
My guess is that it would be equal to a GTX 1060 6Gb reference model?
12-28-2017 08:00 AM
JollyGreenJoint Send me one tongue.gif, a fan blade on my back fan is a little wonky and i think its overall design can be improved by converting to case fans. Im probably going to use 80-92mm adapters(or 92-92mm 1" or more stand offs) and i want to use the old acx shroud to bolt the adapters too. But i cant basterdize my only acx shroud, if it doesnt work out i wont be able to go back frown.gif
12-27-2017 12:37 AM
eduncan911 I have two of the original EVGA ACX coolers sitting in the own boxes. Basically in new condition as I only used them for a few weeks.

Wondering what to do with them. They were like $75 each if I recall.
12-19-2017 07:14 PM
Mark-o Okay so I need a little help. I bought some thermal grizzly pads for the vrm and a acx cooler for my Titan. I loaded the skynet bios and tried a light over clock to 1110(10 above what my gpu boosts with stock bios) with the voltage and power % bar just a few notches above what the stock bios maxes out at and I still can not get it stable. I know these bios are mentioned for water-cooling but I make sure my temps are within safe zone.
11-18-2017 07:35 AM
Confuzie Tryed everything , i have a multimeter if someone know a video or tutorial to show me how i can learn more about testing everypart of the videocard to see if it has sometginf dead, just let me know and sorry for off topic
11-17-2017 01:16 PM
jfro63
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Hello guys , i have a problem with the video card , may be dead or i dont know , i didint flash any bios or something like that , but my question is , if i reflash with one of those oc bioses , may be working again ?

https://s7.postimg.org/gzyiyyah7/Untitled.png this is the problem , tried different drivers/windows

Have you already gone to Device Manager Deleted the NVidia Card, then restarted the PC to see what drivers automatically load once it is found?
11-17-2017 05:25 AM
Confuzie Hello guys , i have a problem with the video card , may be dead or i dont know , i didint flash any bios or something like that , but my question is , if i reflash with one of those oc bioses , may be working again ?

https://s7.postimg.org/gzyiyyah7/Untitled.png this is the problem , tried different drivers/windows
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