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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/11 18:11:42 (permalink)
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It's better when radiator is mounted with tubing at the bottom so air doesn't go into pump.


Are you sure? I see builds with tubing at the bottom and at the top but I dunno what's better. Anyway thanks so much for the info. I will try and will make some tests. Done
* New pics: imgur.com/a/CNEN3
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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/11 18:19:24 (permalink)
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Are there plans to release an official EVGA Hybrid KIT for an existing air-cooled 1080 Ti FTW3?
I noticed the existing products are for reference PCB designs, and not the FTW3 board.


If they can make it with a nice big RGB badge like the air cooled Ti FTW3 I'm in...


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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/12 05:50:55 (permalink)
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just got mine today and instaled it ,very nice card . so far out the box it clocks at 2000 i updated it to +72 and ram up +282 .ran fire strike a few times and heaven for a hour
no troubles what so ever i think i can push it more. temps are great hitting 53c max under full load over a hour of running stight my home is warm also , my other 1080ti would run about 67   68 max so thats a great improvement for me , i also hooked ap a new noctua 2000 rpm fan everything is super quiet and im really happy with this card i will take some pics latter
 
one question should we have the hoses on the bottom or top ? when we mount the rad .the booklet shows them on the bottom
also is there anyway to control the fan speed from the evga program i just put it on the mb for now



Congratulations.
 
I have the hoses on the top and the radiator is mounted below the gpu as an intake(push/pull) and it's been working great. I played The Witcher 3 yesterday for about an hour and the temps didn't go above 47C.
 
Yes, you can control the gpu fan from Precision XOC. Just click on the "Curve" icon and three fan curves will open up. One is for the GPU, one is for the power and one is for the memory. The GPU curve is for the fan on the radiator. The memory curve is for the fan on the actual card(vrm cooling) and the memory fan curve does nothing on Hybrid cards. 
 

 
 
 
 

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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/12 07:06:58 (permalink)
So is there a way to control the pump speed?
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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/12 07:57:13 (permalink)
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So is there a way to control the pump speed?




Unfortunately, it doesn't look like it. It runs at 100% all the time. 

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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/12 09:08:02 (permalink)
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just got mine today and instaled it ,very nice card . so far out the box it clocks at 2000 i updated it to +72 and ram up +282 .ran fire strike a few times and heaven for a hour
no troubles what so ever i think i can push it more. temps are great hitting 53c max under full load over a hour of running stight my home is warm also , my other 1080ti would run about 67   68 max so thats a great improvement for me , i also hooked ap a new noctua 2000 rpm fan everything is super quiet and im really happy with this card i will take some pics latter
 
one question should we have the hoses on the bottom or top ? when we mount the rad .the booklet shows them on the bottom
also is there anyway to control the fan speed from the evga program i just put it on the mb for now



Congratulations.
 
I have the hoses on the top and the radiator is mounted below the gpu as an intake(push/pull) and it's been working great. I played The Witcher 3 yesterday for about an hour and the temps didn't go above 47C.
 
Yes, you can control the gpu fan from Precision XOC. Just click on the "Curve" icon and three fan curves will open up. One is for the GPU, one is for the power and one is for the memory. The GPU curve is for the fan on the radiator. The memory curve is for the fan on the actual card(vrm cooling) and the memory fan curve does nothing on Hybrid cards. 
 

 
 thank you man i got to hook my fan back up i know how to do a curve setting just didnt know i could control that fan on the rad thats sweet , i got a 4 pin fan i have to read here i see some guys talking about adapters so i bet i need one for that .im going to call evga today and see what they say about mounting the tubes on top or bottom and i will post what they say ...ya i love the temps i max out about 53 under heavy bench marks my power temp will hit about 60 but from what i read thats normal
 
 




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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/12 09:26:54 (permalink)
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It's better when radiator is mounted with tubing at the bottom so air doesn't go into pump.


Are you sure? I see builds with tubing at the bottom and at the top but I dunno what's better. Anyway thanks so much for the info. I will try and will make some tests. Done
* New pics: imgur.com/a/CNEN3


Pretty sure. :)
https://www.evga.com/support/manuals/files/400-HY-5598-B1.pdf
 
 

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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/12 09:38:56 (permalink)
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Are there plans to release an official EVGA Hybrid KIT for an existing air-cooled 1080 Ti FTW3?
I noticed the existing products are for reference PCB designs, and not the FTW3 board.


If they can make it with a nice big RGB badge like the air cooled Ti FTW3 I'm in...


On the backplate that RBG is not large enough for you ? :)


 

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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/12 11:19:33 (permalink)
RMA 1080ti FTW3 hybrid installed. Updated ASUS ROG Strix 270h Gaming BIOS to ver. 1009
Also replaced the stock fan to a Noctua NF-P12-1300 120mm Fan
 
Stock fan was simply too noisy. I'm not using the LN or ULN (ultra low noise) adapters so Noctua fan runs at +/- 20 dB 
 
Very, very quiet now (sitting right in line with the the BeQuiet SilentWings 3 case fans) and cooling temps are excellent!
idle: 29 celsius with ambient temps at +/- 24 celsius and Superposition Benchmark at 1080 Extreme maxing out temps at 50 Celsisus. This is about 2 celsius more warm than the EVGA stock fan - but so much more silent - could care less :-) 
Radiator/Fan is pushing air out bottom of case - but case is set something like 18 cm off ground...plenty of room for hot air to dissipate. 
 
I strongly encourage anyone with an ASUS 2xx series to update to latest BIOS - it fixes (for me) all of the weird issues the last version (0906??) had - including some GPU reliability issues related to wake from sleep, etc. 
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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/12 12:30:09 (permalink)
I've been playing with some overclocking on my Hybrid. So far I'm getting +100 on the gpu clock and +100 on the memory clock stable. 
 
This card is a beast!
 

 
 

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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/12 12:34:42 (permalink)
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I've been playing with some overclocking on my Hybrid. So far I'm getting +100 on the gpu clock and +100 on the memory clock stable. 
 
This card is a beast!
 

 
 


Wish i could play with it to :( Still no stock at EU :(


 

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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/12 13:28:40 (permalink)
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petmic10
I've been playing with some overclocking on my Hybrid. So far I'm getting +100 on the gpu clock and +100 on the memory clock stable. 
 
This card is a beast!
 

 
 


Wish i could play with it to :( Still no stock at EU :(



It will be worth the wait.

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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/12 16:52:38 (permalink)
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Asploit
Are there plans to release an official EVGA Hybrid KIT for an existing air-cooled 1080 Ti FTW3?
I noticed the existing products are for reference PCB designs, and not the FTW3 board.


If they can make it with a nice big RGB badge like the air cooled Ti FTW3 I'm in...


On the backplate that RBG is not large enough for you ? :)



The backplate of which card/block cooler are you referring to? Do you get the RGB backplate logo on the 1080 Ti Hybrid?
post edited by Graphite8five - 2017/08/12 16:58:31


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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/13 07:42:38 (permalink)
Just to update on Hybrid overclocking. I was able to get +100 on the gpu clock. Any more and it would crash during benchmarking.
 
On the memory I was able to get +300 so far.
 
I uploaded my Superposition Benchmark scores.
 
 

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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/13 07:51:44 (permalink)
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Just to update on Hybrid overclocking. I was able to get +100 on the gpu clock. Any more and it would crash during benchmarking.
 
On the memory I was able to get +300 so far.
 
I uploaded my Superposition Benchmark scores.
 
 


Very nice results! Hybrid means more OC potential :)
Did you raised the voltage to?


 

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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/13 08:40:21 (permalink)
Im' really tempted to get this card. Right now i have a 980 ti sc with a hybrid kit and i'm using 1440p 165 hz monitor. Do you guys think it's still worth to get it now or just wait for the volta?  how much does the 980 ti sells for nowadays?
post edited by smackey - 2017/08/13 08:42:53
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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/13 09:12:00 (permalink)
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petmic10
Just to update on Hybrid overclocking. I was able to get +100 on the gpu clock. Any more and it would crash during benchmarking.
 
On the memory I was able to get +300 so far.
 
I uploaded my Superposition Benchmark scores.
 
 


Very nice results! Hybrid means more OC potential :)
Did you raised the voltage to?



Yes. I raised voltage. I needed to so it would be stable. The card runs nice and cool, even overclocked. With my current overclock during benchmarking it doesn't go above 55C at stock settings it wouldn't go above 47C. I love this card.

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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/13 10:06:52 (permalink)
I'm getting close to the same results. Have mine OC'd +100 MHz (GPU) +400 MHz (Memory) without any voltage increase. I tried going higher with the voltage increase, but didn't help much (increased the temp more than anything). Note: These results are with the slave bios and temp and power @ max. Have the two radiator fans (Corsair ML120 Pro) set @ default fan profile and max temp during gaming or watching 4K content on my Sony XBR 43X800D is 55C. Idle temp is in the low-mid 30's. While these temps are good, I do believe a larger capacity radiator would benefit my setup. Not a big deal though. I'm happy 😊
post edited by SDPadre7 - 2017/08/13 10:09:51
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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/13 10:27:14 (permalink)
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Just to update on Hybrid overclocking. I was able to get +100 on the gpu clock. Any more and it would crash during benchmarking.

On the memory I was able to get +300 so far.

I uploaded my Superposition Benchmark scores.




Very nice results! Hybrid means more OC potential :)
Did you raised the voltage to?



Yes. I raised voltage. I needed to so it would be stable. The card runs nice and cool, even overclocked. With my current overclock during benchmarking it doesn't go above 55C at stock settings it wouldn't go above 47C. I love this card.


Can you show me a picture from Precision about your OC where can i see the voltage and etc..? :)


 

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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/13 10:28:18 (permalink)
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Im' really tempted to get this card. Right now i have a 980 ti sc with a hybrid kit and i'm using 1440p 165 hz monitor. Do you guys think it's still worth to get it now or just wait for the volta?  how much does the 980 ti sells for nowadays?


Deffenetly worth it. Very powerfull and OC potential card.


 

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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/13 10:41:52 (permalink)
dumb question where is the slave bios switch this my first time trying to use a different bios ? can someone snap a pic please .im 85 mgz oc and 285 ram now i know i can go more i havent crashed it yet and hit 53 max with no voltage increase on stock bios
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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/13 10:44:34 (permalink)
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dumb question where is the slave bios switch this my first time trying to use a different bios ? can someone snap a pic please .im 85 mgz oc and 285 ram now i know i can go more i havent crashed it yet and hit 53 max with no voltage increase on stock bios


There is a little switch at the cards side :)


 

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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/13 10:53:42 (permalink)
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dumb question where is the slave bios switch this my first time trying to use a different bios ? can someone snap a pic please .im 85 mgz oc and 285 ram now i know i can go more i havent crashed it yet and hit 53 max with no voltage increase on stock bios


Above the "D" on the EVGA HYBRID/ G P M face plate.

Specs:  Case, Motherboard, CPU, Memory, Video card, Power supply, Monitor   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/13 11:54:50 (permalink)
thank you guys im going to try this out . and also see if i can set the rad  fan in the evga procesion x program in a little bit
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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/13 12:26:18 (permalink)
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Just to update on Hybrid overclocking. I was able to get +100 on the gpu clock. Any more and it would crash during benchmarking.

On the memory I was able to get +300 so far.

I uploaded my Superposition Benchmark scores.




Very nice results! Hybrid means more OC potential :)
Did you raised the voltage to?



Yes. I raised voltage. I needed to so it would be stable. The card runs nice and cool, even overclocked. With my current overclock during benchmarking it doesn't go above 55C at stock settings it wouldn't go above 47C. I love this card.


Can you show me a picture from Precision about your OC where can i see the voltage and etc..? :)



 

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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/13 12:44:35 (permalink)
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thank you guys im going to try this out . and also see if i can set the rad  fan in the evga procesion x program in a little bit


In Precision with the stock radiator fan ,you can only adjust the vrm's fan.


 

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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/13 12:45:42 (permalink)
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Just to update on Hybrid overclocking. I was able to get +100 on the gpu clock. Any more and it would crash during benchmarking.

On the memory I was able to get +300 so far.

I uploaded my Superposition Benchmark scores.




Very nice results! Hybrid means more OC potential :)
Did you raised the voltage to?



Yes. I raised voltage. I needed to so it would be stable. The card runs nice and cool, even overclocked. With my current overclock during benchmarking it doesn't go above 55C at stock settings it wouldn't go above 47C. I love this card.


Can you show me a picture from Precision about your OC where can i see the voltage and etc..? :)



 


Thank you! I would say its a beast with theese values ;)


 

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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/13 13:20:49 (permalink)
does it run with half that voltage or you have to max it out
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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/13 13:22:47 (permalink)
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thank you guys im going to try this out . and also see if i can set the rad  fan in the evga procesion x program in a little bit


In Precision with the stock radiator fan ,you can only adjust the vrm's fan.

i got that adjusted is there anyway to do ant fan from the precision program ? for the gpu  rad part? in some posts i seen some guys say its working ,i got a nutaka 2000 rpm pressure fan and the stock fan here
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Re: EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid 2017/08/13 13:38:03 (permalink)
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thank you guys im going to try this out . and also see if i can set the rad  fan in the evga procesion x program in a little bit


In Precision with the stock radiator fan ,you can only adjust the vrm's fan.

i got that adjusted is there anyway to do ant fan from the precision program ? for the gpu  rad part? in some posts i seen some guys say its working ,i got a nutaka 2000 rpm pressure fan and the stock fan here


Via Precision you can only adjust the vrm's fan. The stock radiator fan's curve can't be adjusted via Precision. If you replace the fan with an rpm fan, and plug it to your motherboard, i think you can adjust it. Ask some who is changed the stock fan.


 

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