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08-11-2020 10:15 AM
Bride
Quote: Originally Posted by JackCY View Post
Using a copper shim, sure that's gonna run hotter.
I can't remove it because as I said there is an incompatibility between my AIO and the GPU plate. So I have necessarily to use that 3mm copper plate.
08-11-2020 10:12 AM
Bride
Quote: Originally Posted by asdkj1740 View Post
no offense. the point of aio cooling for gpu should not be just about avoiding thermal throttled.
i used to have this id cooling gpu kit (120MM), for my gtx970 with custom bios modded to 300w.
i tried running furmark 1080p 0xaa for a hour, my 970 reached ~280w @ 65c max.

I am currently using 2080super with nzxt g12.
my card can reach 250~300w very often in games.
and i have zero heatsink for vrm and vram. i also oc the core and vram to 2055/2188, with max power limit.


so if i were you i would take off that cooling plate and use the id cooling kit directly onto the pcb.
of course risks are taken all by yourself
no offense at all I CAN'T remove that copper plate, because it's the only way for "put in touch" the AIO with the GPU core. I have 3mm of space between them. I did it for that reason, not for other technical advantages. For sure I should buy a new AIO, but I can't right now, so this is the "ideal situation" until I will change it again
08-09-2020 11:37 AM
asdkj1740
Quote: Originally Posted by Bride View Post
the temperatures are not ideal, but are safe, without thermal throttling, so that's what i need right now, because i don't want to change my AIO yet
It's a customized one for a specific AIO, then I modified it for do not buy a new one, you can check the link below:
https://www.overclock.net/forum/61-w...l#post28497402
no offense. the point of aio cooling for gpu should not be just about avoiding thermal throttled.
i used to have this id cooling gpu kit (120MM), for my gtx970 with custom bios modded to 300w.
i tried running furmark 1080p 0xaa for a hour, my 970 reached ~280w @ 65c max.

I am currently using 2080super with nzxt g12.
my card can reach 250~300w very often in games.
and i have zero heatsink for vrm and vram. i also oc the core and vram to 2055/2188, with max power limit.


so if i were you i would take off that cooling plate and use the id cooling kit directly onto the pcb.
of course risks are taken all by yourself
08-08-2020 07:03 AM
JackCY Using a copper shim, sure that's gonna run hotter.
08-07-2020 08:33 PM
Bride
Quote: Originally Posted by asdkj1740 View Post
dude, for 120mm aio, 78c is extremely high. even 68c is already too high.
you better check the thermal paste spread.
the temperatures are not ideal, but are safe, without thermal throttling, so that's what i need right now, because i don't want to change my AIO yet
It's a customized one for a specific AIO, then I modified it for do not buy a new one, you can check the link below:
https://www.overclock.net/forum/61-w...l#post28497402
08-07-2020 08:32 PM
Bride
Quote: Originally Posted by JackCY View Post
What aluminum front plate is it? It's some AIO to GPU kit?
I'm surprised because usually people go for water cooling GPU to keep it under 50 C.
With only a 120 mm radiator, not sure how well that will go.


I agree, in normal conditions as you said, should be around 50 ~ 60 degrees, depending also from ambient conditions.
It's a customized one for a specific AIO, then I modified it for do not buy a new one, you can check the link below:
https://www.overclock.net/forum/61-w...l#post28497402

the temperatures are not ideal, but are safe, without thermal throttling, so that's what i need right now
08-06-2020 11:34 PM
JennyBeans so uh I have an odd issue everytime i shut off my computer and turn it back on , 1 monitor out of 3 doesn't get a signal , its got a hdmi to dvi adapter, to correct it i gotta change ports with the other monitor which is my center and main to get a signal again after the reboot
08-05-2020 05:44 AM
asdkj1740
Quote: Originally Posted by Bride View Post
I am saying

that with an AIO of 35 USD single 120 fan, adapted because not compatible with the aluminum plate,
closed case with room temperature today at 35 degrees,
RTX 2080S overclocked at +100 core +120 memory 100% voltage and 120% power...

under stress test as Firestrike Ultra or GPU OCCT error test,

I reached a peak of 78 degrees, average 59 degrees, 2100MHz core and 9000MHz memory, without thermal throttling.
And if I keep the memory at 8000Mhz, the temps are decreasing at least of 10 degrees...

So for what I spent in terms of money related at the results, I am pretty satisfied
but not satisfied about tubes and radiators positioning and so on, will be the next step...
dude, for 120mm aio, 78c is extremely high. even 68c is already too high.
you better check the thermal paste spread.
08-01-2020 10:11 AM
JackCY What aluminum front plate is it? It's some AIO to GPU kit?
I'm surprised because usually people go for water cooling GPU to keep it under 50 C.
With only a 120 mm radiator, not sure how well that will go.
07-31-2020 09:55 PM
Bride
Quote: Originally Posted by JackCY View Post
You mean to say that you're almost hitting 80C with a water cooler?

I am saying

that with an AIO of 35 USD single 120 fan, adapted because not compatible with the aluminum plate,
closed case with room temperature today at 35 degrees,
RTX 2080S overclocked at +100 core +120 memory 100% voltage and 120% power...

under stress test as Firestrike Ultra or GPU OCCT error test,

I reached a peak of 78 degrees, average 59 degrees, 2100MHz core and 9000MHz memory, without thermal throttling.
And if I keep the memory at 8000Mhz, the temps are decreasing at least of 10 degrees...

So for what I spent in terms of money related at the results, I am pretty satisfied
but not satisfied about tubes and radiators positioning and so on, will be the next step...
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