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2020/06/24 18:00:21 (permalink)
Hello,
 
I had a question about my 1080ti sc2 hybrid, I was playing destiny 2 last night and experienced random FPS drops, and then my screen proceeded to stutter and turn back and on and off again.
I turned my pc off and checked the radiator and noticed it was burning hot, I didn't have any software to monitor temps sadly.
The main thing that concerned me was the radiator fluid seemed solid, does this happen very often?
Has anyone experienced this before?
Appreciate all the help.
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    Re: 1080ti sc2 hybrid question 2020/06/24 18:04:44 (permalink)
    Solid fluid? Yeah that could definitely cause some issues. First time I've seen someone say their fluid has turned into a solid.

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    Re: 1080ti sc2 hybrid question 2020/06/24 18:09:46 (permalink)
    I have no way to confirm this, as I have no taken it apart, but when i moved it side to side, it sounded like a clump falling from one side to another instead of fluid movement.
    I have since installed cpuid and my temps have been rather steady, idle is 20-22c and under load its been anywhere from 49-54c.
    I know airflow is not an issue, i have a corsair air 540 with 3 fans pushing air in and 3 pushing air out.
    Was just curious if anyone else had experienced this.
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    Re: 1080ti sc2 hybrid question 2020/06/24 18:19:46 (permalink)
    Well obviously your fluid isn't solid then. The fps drops/stutter could have been caused by your cpu getting too hot and throttling. The screen flashing could be caused by a faulty display cable, faulty gpu out, or faulty monitor.

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    Re: 1080ti sc2 hybrid question 2020/06/24 18:24:45 (permalink)
    That's strange to me as I have a corsair h115i for cooling the cpu, I am not sure why it'd overheat as destiny isn't CPU demanding.
    I will continue to monitor my temps and post again if I have more issues.
    Thank you for your help.
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    Re: 1080ti sc2 hybrid question 2020/06/24 18:26:15 (permalink)
    Ok. No problem.

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    Re: 1080ti sc2 hybrid question 2020/06/24 19:22:12 (permalink)
    Run GPU-Z & CPU-Z & see what your hardware is actually doing
     
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    Radiator being Hot should indicate the fluid is flowing
     
    What Case & fan setup do you use ?

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    Re: 1080ti sc2 hybrid question 2020/06/26 02:13:40 (permalink)
    Currently I am using the CPUIZ for temperature monitoring for both cpu and gpu.
    Running Windows 10 64bit, just updated nvidia drivers to 451.48
    As for my hardware:
    Mobo: Asus ROG Maximus Hero XI
    CPU: i7-9700k cooler is corsair H115i extreme with x2 280mm fans.
    GPU: EVGA 1080ti SC2 Hybruid one 120mm fan pulling air into the radiator
    RAM: 32gb Corsair Vengence
    PSU: Corsair RM 850
    Case: Corsair air 540 with 3 corsair 120mm fans pulling air and 1 280mm fan pushing air out of the case.
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