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03-21-2019 01:28 PM
Zfast4y0u @m3ta1head

card looks like a panzer now u could have slammed 2 fans on top too, what are ur vrm temps??
03-21-2019 12:33 PM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by m3ta1head View Post
I mounted a Prolimatech MK-26 on my Zotac Amp Extreme, using Enzotech ramsinks on the vram components and keeping the stock VRM heatsinks and backplate. At 2ghz/.975v full load temps are 44-46C. VRMs get plenty of airflow and stay nice and cool, too.
Wow.. just turn it in to a 4 slot card then. I assume you're never considering SLI at all?
03-21-2019 04:55 AM
m3ta1head
Quote: Originally Posted by D13mass View Post
Hi, guys! Is anybody here tried to install some cooling system such a RAIJINTEK MORPHEUS II on 1080ti? I`m planning to install ARCTIC P12 PWM PST * 2 + RAIJINTEK MORPHEUS II.

Is it good solution? Any objections?

I have FE card with reference design and it is very loud (previously I had custom water loop, but decided to switch to air). Wanted to change for something new from RTX series, but honestly, I am playing now not so often, so decided to stay on old 1080ti.
I mounted a Prolimatech MK-26 on my Zotac Amp Extreme, using Enzotech ramsinks on the vram components and keeping the stock VRM heatsinks and backplate. At 2ghz/.975v full load temps are 44-46C. VRMs get plenty of airflow and stay nice and cool, too.

https://imgur.com/a/i8gWUjk
03-20-2019 02:04 PM
8051
Quote: Originally Posted by kithylin View Post
Most definitely yes. Ram helps on these cards a good bit. +400 to +500 on ram should be achievable with almost all 1080 Ti's even on their stock bios if you're under a custom water loop with a full-cover block on the gpu.
VRAM overclocks don't make a difference in all games. The only one of the titles that I have on which it makes a noticeable diff. is Deus Ex: MD. With Dyng Lte I have to drastically underclock the VRAM on my 1080Ti or the game crashes w/an overclocked core.
03-20-2019 10:33 AM
GRABibus For memory, I can get 11800MHz maximum (+397MHz in MSI AB), otherwise, I start to see artefacts in Heaven Benchmark for example.
This is not so high, compared to what I can see all around.

Hopefully, my GPU core is a really good clocker and this is the key, much more than memory, to have performance increase in games + benchmarks.
03-20-2019 04:46 AM
Masterchief79 I hit 2152MHz GPU and +850 Mem in Fire Strike Extreme recently. That's with my 1080Ti Lightning Z and a GPU mono block installed. Mem wasn't at its limits yet and GPU seemed happy at that clock. Well, happy for 1,093V that is. Wouldn't necessarily do that 24/7.
https://www.3dmark.com/fs/18761479
03-19-2019 05:46 PM
scaramonga My FTW3 sits quite nicely @ 90 on core & 500 on mem - 24 idle / 48 load, could probably push more, but I'm more than happy with that. Full cover EK block BTW
03-19-2019 12:30 PM
skupples most will even do that on air!

ever since keplar, I start @ +100 core, +500 mem.
03-19-2019 12:29 PM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by madmax911 View Post
Just entered here. My inno3D 1080 TI is hitting 2100 MHz on the core running at 50c using a custom watercooling setup. Im quite satisfied with that. But i have no OC on the RAM. I wonder if i get any noticable performance boost from it.
Most definitely yes. Ram helps on these cards a good bit. +400 to +500 on ram should be achievable with almost all 1080 Ti's even on their stock bios if you're under a custom water loop with a full-cover block on the gpu.
03-19-2019 11:51 AM
madmax911 Just entered here. My inno3D 1080 TI is hitting 2100 MHz on the core running at 50c using a custom watercooling setup. Im quite satisfied with that. But i have no OC on the RAM. I wonder if i get any noticable performance boost from it.
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