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10-18-2019 07:27 PM
VeritronX I ran across that a few years ago, I have the same card and I bought the nickel plexi fe block and nickel backplate for it.. they're still sitting in their boxes because the card runs so well as it was assembled with just a slight undervolt and a custom fan curve.

It sits at 1936-1950mhz core 993mv and +500 mem and almost never hits 70C or gets loud enough to be heard over 1500rpm 120mm vardars.
10-18-2019 05:12 PM
KedarWolf [quote=VeritronX;28163856]
Quote: Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

Keep in mind you need EK's geforce fe block not the 1080ti block because you need the cutout for the dvi ports that aren't installed on the reference model.
Yes, I already checked the compatibility list and know I need the FE black. TY though, it would help if someone never knew.

And it's the FE block Pheonix module that's on sale too!!
10-18-2019 04:39 PM
VeritronX [quote=KedarWolf;28158224]
Quote: Originally Posted by kithylin View Post
That's the card I have, exactly.

Here it is with the EK block on it:

I'm getting the acetal/nickel one. and with the Pheonix MLC QDC's GPU Module it's really cheap, waterblock and backplate, 121.98 USD on sale.
Keep in mind you need EK's geforce fe block not the 1080ti block because you need the cutout for the dvi ports that aren't installed on the reference model.
10-18-2019 12:27 PM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by 8051 View Post
You have an excellent 1080Ti if you can get to 2100Mhz at such a low voltage. It's far better than mine.
My 1080 Ti needed 1.200v to do 2100 Mhz for example.
10-18-2019 05:00 AM
8051
Quote: Originally Posted by Streetdragon View Post
A little bit of 1080TI love
https://www.3dmark.com/spy/8708488

Best score so far. With 1.091V 2100Mhz stable(Still!) nice nice^^

Argh only place 4 with my rig^^
You have an excellent 1080Ti if you can get to 2100Mhz at such a low voltage. It's far better than mine.
10-14-2019 02:59 PM
skupples i love my QDCs now that I've got it sorted. I placed an order for the largest series, & only focused on the correct mating... Turns out they're fudging huge, they barely fit in an STH10, for reference.

I'll have to completely redesign next time around to make it look proper.
10-13-2019 03:12 PM
KedarWolf [quote=kithylin;28158286]
Quote: Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

About 6 months ago I disassembled the EK block on mine. I took the plexi cover off and removed the metal "jet plate" in the center over the core. Temperatures of the gpu during gaming was completely unaffected, didn't increase or decrease. But it did improve the flow rates in my loop a good bit. I don't know why they put that in there but it adds a decent bit of restriction to the loop and doesn't seem to do anything functional.
I might do that on both my blocks, I have four quick disconnects for my two video cards and they already decrease the flow some.

But for the ease of assembling/disassembling my PC, it's worth it.
10-13-2019 03:08 PM
kithylin [quote=KedarWolf;28158224]
Quote: Originally Posted by kithylin View Post
That's the card I have, exactly.

Here it is with the EK block on it:

I'm getting the acetal/nickel one. and with the Pheonix MLC QDC's GPU Module it's really cheap, waterblock and backplate, 121.98 USD on sale.
About 6 months ago I disassembled the EK block on mine. I took the plexi cover off and removed the metal "jet plate" in the center over the core. Temperatures of the gpu during gaming was completely unaffected, didn't increase or decrease. But it did improve the flow rates in my loop a good bit. I don't know why they put that in there but it adds a decent bit of restriction to the loop and doesn't seem to do anything functional.
10-13-2019 02:06 PM
KedarWolf [QUOTE=kithylin;28157750]That's the card I have, exactly.

Here it is with the EK block on it:

I'm getting the acetal/nickel one. and with the Pheonix MLC QDC's GPU Module it's really cheap, waterblock and backplate, 121.98 USD on sale.
10-13-2019 04:19 AM
kithylin
Quote: Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post
https://www.evga.com/products/produc...11G-P4-6393-RX



EVGA 1080 Ti SC Black Edition for SLI.

It's a reference design card so I can throw an EKWB waterblock and backplate on it!!
That's the card I have, exactly.

Here it is with the EK block on it:
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