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07-14-2019 09:04 PM
asasivar12
Thanks

Quote: Originally Posted by jdcchora1533 View Post
You can use any kind of heatsinks, I used heatsinks from raspberry pi size.

One is different because I didn't have more of the other quality.

Thermal pad very slim.

You should use it because swapping the cooler will remove some thermal pads that usually it's up there. So I recommend to use it.

Any doubt about this feel free to let me know.

Sent from my 5060D using Tapatalk
Thanks for your reply, I completed the build a while ago, but have been busy and didn't have a chance to provide an update on here. I did end up using similar heat sinks to the ones you used. The process was smooth.

Had a ton of fun, my first time actually building an entire computer and I absolutely loved it.

PS. I am new to the pc community and its fantastic. Thanks again.
06-29-2019 11:22 AM
jdcchora1533
Quote: Originally Posted by asasivar12 View Post
Hello,



I am very new tho this. I have the same GPU as you, and want to do the Identical setup for my cooling. My questions is around the Heat sinks (again very new at this, please go easy on me), What are the sizes or your heatsink? and why is the heatsink on the top right a diff color? what type of thermal pad did you use?



I do apologize if this come across as very basic questions, its simply because I have never used heatsink or thermal pads before. The install I've watched a lot and think I can handle that. In the videos a lot of them dont use heat sinks or thermal pads for the vrams. Is this absolutely necessary?



Thanks in advance
You can use any kind of heatsinks, I used heatsinks from raspberry pi size.

One is different because I didn't have more of the other quality.

Thermal pad very slim.

You should use it because swapping the cooler will remove some thermal pads that usually it's up there. So I recommend to use it.

Any doubt about this feel free to let me know.

Sent from my 5060D using Tapatalk
06-24-2019 02:30 PM
asasivar12 Hello,

I am very new tho this. I have the same GPU as you, and want to do the Identical setup for my cooling. My questions is around the Heat sinks (again very new at this, please go easy on me), What are the sizes or your heatsink? and why is the heatsink on the top right a diff color? what type of thermal pad did you use?

I do apologize if this come across as very basic questions, its simply because I have never used heatsink or thermal pads before. The install I've watched a lot and think I can handle that. In the videos a lot of them dont use heat sinks or thermal pads for the vrams. Is this absolutely necessary?

Thanks in advance
11-15-2018 12:41 PM
8051
Quote: Originally Posted by bmgjet View Post
2062mhz on 1.062v is about right for not hitting the power limit on a stock bios.
Higher voltage or clocks will just have it hitting power limit and drop performance.

XOC bios would remove that power limit from dropping performance but it has its own issues.
Or a shunt mod.
Thanks this explains what's going on perfectly. The stock VBIOS on both my Gigabyte 1080Ti Gaming OC and MSI 1080Ti Duke had really conservative power and voltage limits. I should've stuck w/those limits in the case of the Gigabyte 1080Ti Gaming OC.
11-13-2018 11:40 PM
bmgjet 2062mhz on 1.062v is about right for not hitting the power limit on a stock bios.
Higher voltage or clocks will just have it hitting power limit and drop performance.

XOC bios would remove that power limit from dropping performance but it has its own issues.
Or a shunt mod.
11-13-2018 10:52 PM
8051
Quote: Originally Posted by jdcchora1533 View Post
In both (timespy and superposition).

Everything have his own sweet spot... and its never the highest clock you can get.

Like another things... never what looks the best is "the best"
Were you overclocking both the core and the memory when you conducted these tests?
11-13-2018 04:17 PM
jdcchora1533
Quote: Originally Posted by 8051 View Post
In what benchmarks did the performance decrease at 2112 Mhz. core clock as opposed to 2062 Mhz.?

In both (timespy and superposition).


Everything have his own sweet spot... and its never the highest clock you can get.


Like another things... never what looks the best is "the best"
11-12-2018 03:03 PM
8051
Quote: Originally Posted by jdcchora1533 View Post
I can go further than 2062mhz but the perfomance in the benchmark tests will decrease so everyone need to find the sweet point of each card.


For example with this card I could get 2112mhz BUT the performance decreased a LOT.


The highest vcore that I used was 1.09 that is the default of pascal units.

The performance decreased too.
In what benchmarks did the performance decrease at 2112 Mhz. core clock as opposed to 2062 Mhz.?
11-12-2018 06:34 AM
jdcchora1533
Quote: Originally Posted by 8051 View Post
Nice job. Are you sure you can't squeeze more out of it than 2062Mhz.? Maybe by raising vcore a little higher?

I can go further than 2062mhz but the perfomance in the benchmark tests will decrease so everyone need to find the sweet point of each card.


For example with this card I could get 2112mhz BUT the performance decreased a LOT.


The highest vcore that I used was 1.09 that is the default of pascal units.

The performance decreased too.
11-11-2018 10:47 PM
8051 Nice job. Are you sure you can't squeeze more out of it than 2062Mhz.? Maybe by raising vcore a little higher?
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