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09-26-2019 12:48 PM
ThrashZone
Quote: Originally Posted by chibi View Post
Thanks, you're a life saver! Saved your image

Side note, I tried contacting NVIDIA directly and here is there response:

Hello,

Thank you for contacting NVIDIA Customer care.

My name is Yugendar and I will be assisting with your query.

From the email description, I understand that you wanted to know the thickness of the thermal pad on Titan Xp

I am sorry to inform you that we do not recommend opening the heatsink as it voids the warranty. Also, we do not support or have the info for the thickness of the thermal pad.

If there are any questions or concerns, feel free to contact me.

Best Regards,
Yugendar
NVIDIA Customer Care
Hi,
Wow nice reply they gave
Guess he doesn't know crap about the piss poor cooling systems on nvidia fe cards water block mandatory !
09-26-2019 10:41 AM
chibi
Quote: Originally Posted by valvehead View Post
Attachment 297704

Thickness in mm.

Note that there is one lone pad on the backplate.

Thanks, you're a life saver! Saved your image

Side note, I tried contacting NVIDIA directly and here is there response:

Hello,

Thank you for contacting NVIDIA Customer care.

My name is Yugendar and I will be assisting with your query.

From the email description, I understand that you wanted to know the thickness of the thermal pad on Titan Xp

I am sorry to inform you that we do not recommend opening the heatsink as it voids the warranty. Also, we do not support or have the info for the thickness of the thermal pad.

If there are any questions or concerns, feel free to contact me.

Best Regards,
Yugendar
NVIDIA Customer Care
09-25-2019 03:34 PM
valvehead
Quote: Originally Posted by chibi View Post
Bump - does anyone have the thermal pad thickness sizes for the Xp stock air cooler? Doing maintenance and need to run on air for a bit. Old pads were discarded/damaged when I replaced the cooler with the water block.
Attachment 297704

Thickness in mm.

Note that there is one lone pad on the backplate.
09-25-2019 03:16 PM
ThrashZone
Quote: Originally Posted by chibi View Post
Bump - does anyone have the thermal pad thickness sizes for the Xp stock air cooler? Doing maintenance and need to run on air for a bit. Old pads were discarded/damaged when I replaced the cooler with the water block.
Hi,
For the air cooler all the same thickness 1.0mm there is one line on the vrm/mosfet a thin strip looks like they might be 0.05mm

EK water block mixes it up with 1.0 mosfet and 0.05mm on memory and conductor.
09-25-2019 01:56 PM
Jpmboy
Quote: Originally Posted by chibi View Post
Bump - does anyone have the thermal pad thickness sizes for the Xp stock air cooler? Doing maintenance and need to run on air for a bit. Old pads were discarded/damaged when I replaced the cooler with the water block.
sorry bud. No idea.
09-25-2019 12:41 PM
chibi Bump - does anyone have the thermal pad thickness sizes for the Xp stock air cooler? Doing maintenance and need to run on air for a bit. Old pads were discarded/damaged when I replaced the cooler with the water block.
08-09-2019 04:47 PM
chibi
Spoiler!


Posting for reference.
08-07-2019 03:46 PM
technodanvan
August 2019 Foldathon!

Hello Titan Xp Owner's Club!

I apologize for potentially derailing otherwise productive conversation, but this will only take a moment (yes this is a canned message I'm using in other clubs too, sorry)

You might have noticed the banner link to the upcoming Foldathon, August 2019 Edition. The OCN Folding team has been losing 24/7 membership for some time, and to make up for that we encourage other OCN users to jump in for a couple of days and donate a little bit of CPU and GPU time to helping find a cure for a variety of diseases, notably various cancer's but also Alzheimer's and others. We'd really appreciate it if you would join us!

Link to the Foldathon is here: August 2019 Foldathon

Link to the Stanford [email protected] Website is here: [email protected] Windows Download Page

I promise it's easy to set up! You don't need to worry about changing driver's or anything like that. Just do the following:

1a. If you don't already have an FAH passkey, create one here: Passkey Request Form

1b. If you haven't had a passkey before, you might want to run this for a day or two leading up to the Foldathon in order to qualify for bonus points.

2. Download/install the installer: [email protected] Windows Download Page

3. Once installed it'll autorun, enter your account and passkey you just created, and enter "37726" as your team number for OCN

4. Once you have it working, head to the Foldathon page (linked above) to register!

After that, you're pretty much done! If you don't want your CPU to run you can either pause it individually or disable it completely in the advanced controller - Configure -> Slots -> Select CPU -> Select 'Remove' -> DONE.

This whole process will take less than ten minutes, I promise. Put that studly computer to work and help us out! You can always shut down or remove the FAH controller afterwards.
07-31-2019 01:19 PM
cdnGhost Just got a Titan XP Galactic Empire Edition... Super Happy!
Have it under water too....

photo later... desk is a mess lol in the middle of building one!
07-29-2019 03:54 PM
hugomst Hello,

I´m looking to replace the stock cooler on my Titan Xp with something better. Watercooling is not an option so I have the chance to buy either an Arctic Accelero 4 or a 1080Ti cooler from a ASUS ROG Strix. Is the latter compatible with the Titan Xp? What would be the better option for Air cooling? Thank you.
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