|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|08-19-2018 03:03 PM|
|8051||The Gigabyte 1080Ti Gaming OC is now no more. Everything was working great, my temps had dropped so I could actually play games w/the card again but today I powered on the system and the display went completely white. Tried it in another system and while the monitor indicated it was receiving a signal there was no video output. I'm guessing the thermal adhesive bridging of the power MOSFET's did it in but I never smelled anything burning.|
|08-14-2018 03:07 PM|
|8051||Just for the record w/ambient temps of 80+°F the Arctic Accelero Xtreme III with the stock fan configuration was unable to cool my Gigabyte 1080ti Gaming OC w/the Asus Strix OC VBIOS flashed to it and no overclocking aside from what the VBIOS does on its own. Once I slapped a double-shrouded Nidec TA450DC and shrouded Noctua NF-A14 IndustrialPPC-3000 on the Accelero Xtreme III it keeps my temps under 60°C even at 80+°F ambient temps.|
|02-10-2018 09:58 AM|
|02-07-2018 04:43 PM|
|j o e||I was about to make a thread asking if anyone is using this cooler, I think im going to pull the trigger and buy one for my 1080, heres a video I just watched of the installation of the acellero on a 1080Ti, its a FE though|
|01-31-2018 11:35 PM|
Is this the card you have: https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Ca...MING-OC-11G#kf
|01-31-2018 01:27 PM|
|ZealotKi11er||Is this the card you have: https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Ca...MING-OC-11G#kf|
|01-31-2018 01:26 PM|
Accelero Xtreme III install on 1080Ti
I have a Gigabyte Gaming OC 1080Ti. I swapped out the stock fan assy. for more powerful fans (notcua industrial 140mm and a delta 92x38mm screamer) and that raised my ovrclock ceiling a bit, but when I hit the upper 60's it still CTD's.
The instructions for the Accelero Xtreme III don't mention the 1080Ti, but I know people have installed it.
I'd like to be able to un-install the heatsinks though. I remember Arctic Cooling alumina adhesive recommended mixing it w/arctic silver to enable removal of heatsinks. Does this still work?
Also, should I go ahead and buy some copper heatsinks for the VRM's and memory? Would those contribute significantly to the cooling performance of the VRM's and memory over the stock Al heatsinks?