spit051261Yes It was a lot better than a "normal " 2080ti but not a patch on the KPE.I got top 5 in the world with the KPE but couldn't come close with the other .I think with ln2 it would have been a match .Cooling was the main problem , even with chiller set right down .It was an "A" grade chip but their cooling solution was pants.Should have realised when I saw water AND air .
spit051261Well , you going to do better ?Your earlier post sounded like you doubted me ?All yours, go for it and see what you can do.
SajinGot another one? So what happened to your first one?
ty_ger07SajinGot another one? So what happened to your first one?Has anyone noticed that he has been asked this question at least like 6 times in the last few months and he refuses to reply, comment, quote, or even acknowledge that the question was asked? I wonder what embarrassing thing happened to his first 2080 Ti Kingpin card.
t0ot0ospit051261Well , you going to do better ?Your earlier post sounded like you doubted me ?All yours, go for it and see what you can do.I wasn’t doubting you, was just a simple question which bench it was.Hahaha damn man, take it easy. We can get a challenge going if you really want?
SajinFinally you answer. Thanks. When you don't answer the question we are left to speculate. So you're saying you have two kpe cards?
spit051261How about doing a bit of OC and beat my scores ?
Sajinspit051261How about doing a bit of OC and beat my scores ?Feel free to beat mine... https://www.3dmark.com/spy/10298971
the_Scarlet_oneDude, I’m literally 5,800 miles from my computer. (Had to edit my distance) have you ever tried overclocking from the other side of an ocean? It’s literally impossible.Not to mention, I am not here making claims I don’t want to back. Your logic makes no sense, but after this note, I will play your game. First, I will list an edit I made masked the same way you did: don’t post masked vulgar language again.Biggest financial mistake, I sent four 780ti classified with EKWB waterblocks from Okinawa to Australia to let someone test them on a chiller, and didn’t think about the cost in the customs form. Australian customs held the cards for well over two weeks and it costed me over $500 to get them to release the cards. I was not financially prepared for that cost and had to wait two pay days to get the money to have them release the cards. Then I had to send the money to ship the four cards back. In the end, it costed me over $1000 to ship the 4 cards round trip, which would have paid for a whole new card with waterblocks at that time.As far as hardware I have killed, I killed a 780 Classified using dry ice, after 2 hours of running ice built up in the HDMI port and it died. I have had numerous cases of my water lines failing and dumping the contents all over my room, which is why I stopped using color fluids.I have also installed waterblocks with no thermal paste, and can say that EKWB makes a good enough block that even without thermal paste, the GPU help decent temps. Seeing 65c on a waterblock was an immediate sign that something was wrong, which is when I took it apart and found that I had forgot to put thermal paste on. Killing hardware happens. No reason to be secretive about it. If you are secretive it means you have something to hide. Since you are running a chiller, I would speculate that condensation got something, but I have only seen your chiller on the CPU, not the GPU, so that wouldn’t apply to the original K|ngp|n. I have seen numerous professionals crack the dies on their GPU’s from uneven mounts. Numerous have killed their GPU’s during extreme bench runs from the core being too sensitive to voltage. It’s all part of the game. None of them tried to hide what happened.I’m not afraid to admit my mistakes, especially after posting them online and having someone ask a very basic and simple question that should be very easy to answer.So.. your turn.