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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/26 17:47:38 (permalink)
Ahowes- I had zero temp issues with the 1080ti Hybrid. It’s only when I got this fire breathing card last week did this become an issue.
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/26 17:49:18 (permalink)
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/26 18:51:12 (permalink)
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Mav - new card, same results. I installed a second fan to the rad (Push / Pull) by snagging one of my top exhaust fans and temps dropped a good 7-8 degrees C, with the case doors off in a room (my work office) that’s 25c. Getting two more SP120’s to replace the stock EVGA fan and for the Push fan for the rad.

I’ll bundle it all up tonight, bring it home, and will post the temps. Damn that I didn’t see this with my 1080ti Hybrid.



A couple of fundamental differences between the 2080 Ti Hybrid and the 1080 Ti Hybrid:
(1) The 2080 Ti can consume much more power than the 1080 Ti (at least 50 W...maybe close to 75 W).  More power, but still the same dinky 120 mm, thin radiator
(2) The 2080 Ti "water cooling" head touches the memory.  In the 1080 Ti the memory was cooled by the "blower" fan
 
As said above, you will see a higher temperature on the 2080 Ti vs the 1080 Ti...but it's still much quieter and lower temperature compared to air cooled.
 
For the record, I run 2 of the Corsair ML120 Pro fans (Red LED, not RGB LED) in push/pull on the radiator.  With the fans at 75%, I can barely hear them and the card stays cool.
 
Post back here what you finally end up with! 


Push/Pull FTW, Mav.  I'm home, in a room with much better ambient temps (20c) and during my 4th Heaven Benchmark run (it's running while I type this), most all temps are between 53c and 57c.  It's not anywhere near as hot as it was without the push/pull config.  I will declare success with those temps.  Why would EVGA ship a ****ty 120mm fan and a ****ty 120mm Rad with a beast that pumps out more heat than my wife does when she's angry at me?
 

 
I honestly never understood why a thin might I add, 120mm worth of rad (100w at best) is the standard for these hybrid units.  I honestly feel 240mm for your standard GPU and 320mm for your extreme type should be the norm or at least allow the customer to pick which AIO they want to choose like Corsair and NZXT would do.  Not sure if their GPU brackets are compatible with this series but what you did with them in the past was by purchasing a $30-$40 GPU bracket with single fan and you could use any of their AIOs to use for said bracket. 
 
Again, 240mm should be the standard imo but that closes the window on who has the room for such a thing versus the room for only a 120mm crowd so instead of performance, it's about how many they can sell. ;)

If they are going to stick with the 120mm thin rads, the least they can do is add two fans for Push and Pull cause they really need that as that rad becomes too heat saturated which is the case of the OP this time around.
 
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Mav - I’ve never had an air cooled 2080ti. I went from an air cooled 1080ti to the 1080ti FTW3 Hybrid to the 2080ti FTW Hybrid. Now, I’ve got 3 front intake fans taking in cool ambient air and exhausting that cool air through the CPU Rad, 2 top mounted fans taking in cool ambient air and bringing it into the case, and now one fan pushing that cool case air through the rad and one pulling the now warm (not hot) air out. The rad temps and hoses from the AIO are no longer really warm. Just slightly warm. So far, so good.


Glad to hear its finally working out. 
 

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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/26 19:40:56 (permalink)
GTXJack - I appreciate all of your guidance and support. This is a good community and I hope to be able to pay it forward at some point.
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/26 21:21:34 (permalink)
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GTXJack - I appreciate all of your guidance and support. This is a good community and I hope to be able to pay it forward at some point.





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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/27 05:51:13 (permalink)
Yes Jack I think even a 140mm radiator would be nice, 240 might be a bit overkill though.  Honestly I think they went with 120mm as its the easiest to find a location for in a majority of peoples cases.

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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/27 08:05:50 (permalink)
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I run the two fans off a motherboard header...through a splitter.



I'm assuming the 4 pin header the current radiator fan is on could handle 2 of these Corsair ML120 Pro fans with a Y-Splitter don't you think?  Seems like it would be best to run them off the GPU so you can have them sync to the GPU temps.




No - it's better to sync a water cooled system's fan speeds to coolant temperature, not component temperature.
 
As you can't get coolant temperature for the EVGA hybrid cards, your best bet is just to set a fixed fan speed that is a balance between noise and GPU temperature:
 
(A) This simplifies things
(B) Your case airflow is constant
 
The Corsair CPU AIOs give you coolant temperature...and also gives you the ability to adjust fan speed based on coolant temperature.  (Not sure if other AIOs give you this as I don't use them...only Corsair brand.)
 
For my CPU AIO, I have an upper limit set for the coolant temperature.  When this upper limit is met, the LED on the pump head changes color, and all fans in the system go to 100%...as if this guy's coolant is hot, everything is probably hot.
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/28 02:42:47 (permalink)
Just asking though, do any of you guys experience any pump noise or coil whine. My card make really annoying pump noise, not particularly loud but sounds like a mini refrigerator or some kind of compressor running in the background. Have already unplugged everything, the sound is just coming from the video card. Is that normal or should I file a RMA?
FYI: the radiator is placed as EVGA guided.
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/03/04 16:23:44 (permalink)
So, after a week or so of push/pull fan configs through the Hybrids’ radiator (rear of the case) I’m still hitting GPU and Memory temps of the mid to high 60’s and therefore I’m still getting thermally throttled. I’m not OC’ing the card - everything is at stock.

This is with 3x Corsair HD120’s intaking air through the Corsair H150i pro CPU AIO rad (all cores on my 8700k OC’d to 4.9GHz and I never break 55c) and two intake fans at the top of the case (same fan make/model). I’ve tried exhausting air on the front 3 and top 2 fans, in all possible configs to see if that helps, and it doesn’t..

Could it be that the Corsair 570x case just isn’t good enough, airflow wise, to handle the 120 rad for the 2080 TI FTW3 Hybrid?

P.S. - I’m doing this with ALL fans maxed at 100%. ICUE and PX1 reflect this.
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/03/05 07:49:45 (permalink)
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So, after a week or so of push/pull fan configs through the Hybrids’ radiator (rear of the case) I’m still hitting GPU and Memory temps of the mid to high 60’s and therefore I’m still getting thermally throttled. I’m not OC’ing the card - everything is at stock.

This is with 3x Corsair HD120’s intaking air through the Corsair H150i pro CPU AIO rad (all cores on my 8700k OC’d to 4.9GHz and I never break 55c) and two intake fans at the top of the case (same fan make/model). I’ve tried exhausting air on the front 3 and top 2 fans, in all possible configs to see if that helps, and it doesn’t..

Could it be that the Corsair 570x case just isn’t good enough, airflow wise, to handle the 120 rad for the 2080 TI FTW3 Hybrid?

P.S. - I’m doing this with ALL fans maxed at 100%. ICUE and PX1 reflect this.



You're probably maxed what a single 120mm rad can do.  That's why I say either go custom or try a 240mm AIO rad with another GPU bracket but that will create some costs just to shed some degrees.  

I don't think you're throttling at that level of temps and it all depends what your Temp Target is set at.  If you increase it, it won't throttle as long as you're staying under it.

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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/03/05 08:01:32 (permalink)
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Just asking though, do any of you guys experience any pump noise or coil whine. My card make really annoying pump noise, not particularly loud but sounds like a mini refrigerator or some kind of compressor running in the background. Have already unplugged everything, the sound is just coming from the video card. Is that normal or should I file a RMA?
FYI: the radiator is placed as EVGA guided.

have the same pump noise, going the hydro copper route
my temps hit 64 max not pleased at all 
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/03/05 09:05:47 (permalink)
I don't why you guys are hitting mid 60 C for temperatures with these hybrid cards.  I run my radiators with push/pull setup as intake.  At 26 C ambient, I get the following temperatures:
 
250 W Power Draw: ~45 C
275 W Power Draw: ~47 C
300 W Power Draw: ~49 C
325 W Power Draw: ~51 C
350 W Power Draw: ~53 C
 
This is consistent across two different machines, with two different cases (I have two PCs, each has the same 2080 Ti card in it, with the radiator as input and push/pull fan setup).
 
I do agree that these hybrids need a larger radiator...but there is no way you should be getting temps in the mid 60 C range. 
- Are you sure you have the radiator hoses oriented properly?
 
- Are you sure you setup the push/pull fans properly?  (I have accidently had the two fans blowing at each other instead of through each other.)
 
- Have you tried turning off the top fans as intake?  (The intake in the front and top are hitting each other and causing turbulence.  The fans for the GPU AIO in the back have to fight this turbulence to pull air through the radiator.)
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/03/05 10:53:55 (permalink)
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I don't why you guys are hitting mid 60 C for temperatures with these hybrid cards.  I run my radiators with push/pull setup as intake.  At 26 C ambient, I get the following temperatures:
 
250 W Power Draw: ~45 C
275 W Power Draw: ~47 C
300 W Power Draw: ~49 C
325 W Power Draw: ~51 C
350 W Power Draw: ~53 C
 
This is consistent across two different machines, with two different cases (I have two PCs, each has the same 2080 Ti card in it, with the radiator as input and push/pull fan setup).
 
I do agree that these hybrids need a larger radiator...but there is no way you should be getting temps in the mid 60 C range. 
- Are you sure you have the radiator hoses oriented properly?
 
- Are you sure you setup the push/pull fans properly?  (I have accidently had the two fans blowing at each other instead of through each other.)
 
- Have you tried turning off the top fans as intake?  (The intake in the front and top are hitting each other and causing turbulence.  The fans for the GPU AIO in the back have to fight this turbulence to pull air through the radiator.)




As you pointed out, many variables come to play. 

A few others that can result in decrease of performance is if the pump isn't getting 100% power or it could be based on the MB's curve as it could be pushed for less dependent on a certain temp.  I would make sure to keep it fixed to 100% on the header the pump is connected to.

Another I would look at is seating and if the TIM some how how dried up a bit or has bubbles.



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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/03/07 17:34:31 (permalink)
So, when all else fails, what do you do?

You build a rig with 15 fans and upgrade to an i9-9900k and two FTW Hybrids

Should be built in the next few weeks. Taking it slow.

The Corsair Obsidian 1000d supports 13 fans, and I’m going to make it 15 with push/pull fans for each of the rads on the GPU’s.

If this doesn’t do it, I’m SOL, because I don’t want a closed loop cooling system.

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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/03/07 17:57:55 (permalink)
Welp of ya do end up with a closed loop dont go selling off the hybrid coolers or ya loose your GPU warranties.

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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/03/07 18:18:00 (permalink)
For sure / I’m determined to make this work with the Hybrids. I’ll post back with pics and stats from the finished build.
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/03/07 21:59:03 (permalink)
1000D?  Sheesh.  You better fill that sucker up with RADs in custom cooling or it's complete overkill but to each their own.  lol  Btw, I hope you made sure your hybrid rads can reach since the case is MASSIVE. 

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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/03/08 05:04:57 (permalink)
You know it, Jack. I’m not an enthusiast builder. I’ve got a problem, and I usually go with a sledgehammer to hit those nails. This is all discovery, and if things don’t go well, I’ll get two hydro copper 2080ti’s and fully water cool it. This is a hobby, and it’s as much for me to explore what I personally can and can’t do, given my own limitations. It’s an expensive hobby, but fortunately one I can afford to experiment with.

I’ll keep y’all posted.
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/03/08 05:56:11 (permalink)
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You know it, Jack. I’m not an enthusiast builder. I’ve got a problem, and I usually go with a sledgehammer to hit those nails. This is all discovery, and if things don’t go well, I’ll get two hydro copper 2080ti’s and fully water cool it. This is a hobby, and it’s as much for me to explore what I personally can and can’t do, given my own limitations. It’s an expensive hobby, but fortunately one I can afford to experiment with.

I’ll keep y’all posted.



Fantastic.  I only ask you one thing, don't go modding that beautiful behemoth of a case.  If I tell you it has everything you need, you'll see.  Just make sure you have a pallet jack or dolly to move this thing around when all is said and done.  

I just want to add this since you're looking to go custom, read lots and watch some videos on custom liquid cooling and don't forget, leak test, leak test, leak test! (24hrs) and don't forget your drain port to make it easier to drain for annual maintenance and troubleshooting.  I just redid mine because the sucker finally started leaking once I moved the rig around while it worked just fine after 5+ years of use in the lowest chamber of the rig, replaced it and all is well.

Also, check this out if time is on your side.
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/04/14 10:26:51 (permalink)
GTXJack - so the new build is complete.  Here's what I've got:
 
Case - Obsidian 1000d
Case Cooling - 8 x LL120's in front for intake
Motherboard - Asus ROG Maximus XI Extreme (approved HQL from Silicon Lottery)
CPU - i9-9900k (delidded thanks to my friends at Silicon Lottery) OC'd (and binned) to 4.9Ghz on all cores
CPU Cooling - h150i Pro AIO (3 x LL120's for exhaust)
RAM - G.Skill 4 x 8GB 3,200Mhz (approved HQL from Silicon Lottery)
GPU - EVGA 2080 TI FTW 3 Hybrid
GPU Cooling - 2 x LL120's in Push/Pull
Extra Cooling - 1 x LL120 exhaust at rear (above the FTW3 Rad and Fans)
Storage - 1 x SATA 860 Evo (for boot)
Storage - DIMM.2 riser card w/ 2 x M.2 Evo 970 Pro's (for Games - non Raid)
Temp Monitoring - Temp Sensors in front (near intake fans) and rear of case (near GPU radiator / fans)
 
So......how's it performing?
Idle Temps - Front of case - 24c
Idle Temps - Rear of case - 26c
Idle Temps - CPU - 35c
Idle Temps - CPU AIO - 26c
Idle Temps - GPU - 29c
 
Now, how does it perform under load?  These temps are after 15 minutes of Superposition at defaults in Precision X1.
Load Temps - Front of case - 25c
Load Temps - Rear of case - 29c
Load Temps - CPU - 40c
Load Temps - CPU AIO - 27c
Load Temps - GPU - 54c
GPU Boost Clock - 2,010 Mhz
GPU Stead Clock - 1,965 Mhz
 
What if we OC Mem by +500 Mhz and Core by +50 Mhz?  Voltage and Power sliders remain at defaults.
Load Temps - Front of case - 25c
Load Temps - Rear of case - 29c
Load Temps - CPU - 40c
Load Temps - CPU AIO - 27c
Load Temps - GPU - 54c
GPU Boost Clock - 2,025 Mhz
GPU Stead Clock - Hovering between 1,980 Mhz and 1,995 Mhz
 
What if we increase the Voltage and Power Sliders to max?
Load Temps - Front of case - 25c
Load Temps - Rear of case - 29c
Load Temps - CPU - 40c
Load Temps - CPU AIO - 27c
Load Temps - GPU - 57c
GPU Boost Clock - 2,050 Mhz
GPU Stead Clock - Hovering between 2,010 Mhz and 2,025 Mhz
 
What if we increase Core by another +25 (taking it to +75)?
Load Temps - Front of case - 25c
Load Temps - Rear of case - 29c
Load Temps - CPU - 40c
Load Temps - CPU AIO - 27c
Load Temps - GPU - 58c
GPU Boost Clock - 2,070 Mhz
GPU Stead Clock - Hovering between 2,040 Mhz and 2,055 Mhz
 
How high can I go on the Core clock (let's take it to +100)?
Load Temps - Front of case - 25c
Load Temps - Rear of case - 29c
Load Temps - CPU - 40c
Load Temps - CPU AIO - 28c
Load Temps - GPU - 59c
GPU Boost Clock - 2,085 Mhz
GPU Stead Clock - Hovering between 2,055 Mhz and 2,070 Mhz
 
Can I get anything else out of the Core clock (let's take it to +125)?  Nope - it crashed after about 5 minutes.
 
Let's try +110.  That worked!
Load Temps - Front of case - 26c
Load Temps - Rear of case - 30c
Load Temps - CPU - 40c
Load Temps - CPU AIO - 28c
Load Temps - GPU - 59c
GPU Boost Clock - 2,100 Mhz
GPU Stead Clock - Hovering between 2,070 Mhz and 2,085 Mhz
 
Finally, I was able to get the Memory up to +600 and have it stable.  So, final OC results give me +600 Mhz to Memory and + 110 Mhz to Core Clock.
 
Well, that was fun, and I'm very appreciative of the support from the EVGA community.  If there's anything else y'all can think of where I can squeak a bit more performance out of the card, fire away - your input is always appreciated!
 
Until next time...
 
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/04/14 10:29:20 (permalink)
Double-post, and the forum isn't letting me delete it.
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/04/14 10:48:51 (permalink)
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GTXJack - so the new build is complete.  Here's what I've got:

Case - Obsidian 1000d
Case Cooling - 8 x LL120's in front for intake
Motherboard - Asus ROG Maximus XI Extreme (approved HQL from Silicon Lottery)
CPU - i9-9900k (delidded thanks to my friends at Silicon Lottery) OC'd (and binned) to 4.9Ghz on all cores
CPU Cooling - h150i Pro AIO (3 x LL120's for exhaust)
RAM - G.Skill 4 x 8GB 3,200Mhz (approved HQL from Silicon Lottery)
GPU - EVGA 2080 TI FTW 3 Hybrid
GPU Cooling - 2 x LL120's in Push/Pull
Extra Cooling - 1 x LL120 exhaust at rear (above the FTW3 Rad and Fans)
Storage - 1 x SATA 860 Evo (for boot)
Storage - DIMM.2 riser card w/ 2 x M.2 Evo 970 Pro's (for Games - non Raid)
Temp Monitoring - Temp Sensors in front (near intake fans) and rear of case (near GPU radiator / fans)

So......how's it performing?
Idle Temps - Front of case - 24c
Idle Temps - Rear of case - 26c
Idle Temps - CPU - 35c
Idle Temps - CPU AIO - 26c
Idle Temps - GPU - 29c

Now, how does it perform under load?  These temps are after 15 minutes of Superposition at defaults in Precision X1.
Load Temps - Front of case - 25c
Load Temps - Rear of case - 29c
Load Temps - CPU - 40c
Load Temps - CPU AIO - 27c
Load Temps - GPU - 54c
GPU Boost Clock - 2,010 Mhz
GPU Stead Clock - 1,965 Mhz

What if we OC Mem by +500 Mhz and Core by +50 Mhz?  Voltage and Power sliders remain at defaults.
Load Temps - Front of case - 25c
Load Temps - Rear of case - 29c
Load Temps - CPU - 40c
Load Temps - CPU AIO - 27c
Load Temps - GPU - 54c
GPU Boost Clock - 2,025 Mhz
GPU Stead Clock - Hovering between 1,980 Mhz and 1,995 Mhz

What if we increase the Voltage and Power Sliders to max?
Load Temps - Front of case - 25c
Load Temps - Rear of case - 29c
Load Temps - CPU - 40c
Load Temps - CPU AIO - 27c
Load Temps - GPU - 57c
GPU Boost Clock - 2,050 Mhz
GPU Stead Clock - Hovering between 2,010 Mhz and 2,025 Mhz

What if we increase Core by another +25 (taking it to +75)?
Load Temps - Front of case - 25c
Load Temps - Rear of case - 29c
Load Temps - CPU - 40c
Load Temps - CPU AIO - 27c
Load Temps - GPU - 58c
GPU Boost Clock - 2,070 Mhz
GPU Stead Clock - Hovering between 2,040 Mhz and 2,055 Mhz

How high can I go on the Core clock (let's take it to +100)?
Load Temps - Front of case - 25c
Load Temps - Rear of case - 29c
Load Temps - CPU - 40c
Load Temps - CPU AIO - 28c
Load Temps - GPU - 59c
GPU Boost Clock - 2,085 Mhz
GPU Stead Clock - Hovering between 2,055 Mhz and 2,070 Mhz

Can I get anything else out of the Core clock (let's take it to +125)?  Nope - it crashed after about 5 minutes.

Let's try +110.  That worked!
Load Temps - Front of case - 26c
Load Temps - Rear of case - 30c
Load Temps - CPU - 40c
Load Temps - CPU AIO - 28c
Load Temps - GPU - 59c
GPU Boost Clock - 2,100 Mhz
GPU Stead Clock - Hovering between 2,070 Mhz and 2,085 Mhz

Finally, I was able to get the Memory up to +600 and have it stable.  So, final OC results give me +600 Mhz to Memory and + 110 Mhz to Core Clock.

Well, that was fun, and I'm very appreciative of the support from the EVGA community.  If there's anything else y'all can think of where I can squeak a bit more performance out of the card, fire away - your input is always appreciated!

Until next time...

Matt R.



Let me ask you what speed your card is running at? X8 or x16? Cause its known on this board if your using the m.2 dimm card then it runs your card at x8 since that m.2 riser card uses the pcie lanes from your cpu.

You need to move those m.2 drives to the board under the chipset block.

Also yeah.. px1 limited my ftw3 ultra card to 1.050v. So overclocking was poor.

Crank the card fan on the hydro to 75-100% and close px1. Use msi afterburner to overclock the GPU. Just dont touch the fan controls.

Use the curve method for overclocking in ab.

I'll edit this post with a link to sajin's post with info.

https://forums.evga.com/m/tm.aspx?m=2820280


EDIT 2:

BTW. Nice case!

Yeah be careful with lifting it!

I messed up my back for 2 days carrying my thermaltake tower 900 case fully loaded to its final resting place 20 feet away! Sucked. Thing prob weighted over 100 lbs hehe.

Took a few days to hit me.. as always. Back muscles all tightened up.
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/04/14 11:03:46 (permalink)
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Let me ask you what speed your card is running at? X8 or x16? Cause its known on this board if your using the m.2 dimm card then it runs your card at x8 since that m.2 riser card uses the pcie lanes from your cpu.

You need to move those m.2 drives to the board under the chipset block.

Also yeah.. px1 limited my ftw3 ultra card to 1.050v. So overclocking was poor.

Crank the card fan on the hydro to 75-100% and close px1. Use msi afterburner to overclock the GPU. Just dont touch the fan controls.

Use the curve method for overclocking in ab.

I'll edit this post with a link to sajin's post with info.

https://forums.evga.com/m/tm.aspx?m=2820280


EDIT 2:

BTW. Nice case!

Yeah be careful with lifting it!

I messed up my back for 2 days carrying my thermaltake tower 900 case fully loaded to its final resting place 20 feet away! Sucked. Thing prob weighted over 100 lbs hehe.

Took a few days to hit me.. as always. Back muscles all tightened up.


AHowes - the card is indeed at x8 due to the Dimm.2 card. I'll get around to moving the m.2's to the onboard slots. FWIW, I did tool around with the curves in MSI AB, and I yielded similar results.

No silicon lottery for me it seems. And yeah, that is one REALLY heavy case. Getting it back into the box for transport was the most difficult part. I used a furniture dolly to get it into my house (I built it at work with colleagues - it was a group effort!). Sorry to hear you jacked up your back. Hope you're better and that there's no long lasting injury. Back injuries are the worst.
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/04/14 11:45:26 (permalink)
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AHowes

Let me ask you what speed your card is running at? X8 or x16? Cause its known on this board if your using the m.2 dimm card then it runs your card at x8 since that m.2 riser card uses the pcie lanes from your cpu.

You need to move those m.2 drives to the board under the chipset block.

Also yeah.. px1 limited my ftw3 ultra card to 1.050v. So overclocking was poor.

Crank the card fan on the hydro to 75-100% and close px1. Use msi afterburner to overclock the GPU. Just dont touch the fan controls.

Use the curve method for overclocking in ab.

I'll edit this post with a link to sajin's post with info.

https://forums.evga.com/m/tm.aspx?m=2820280


EDIT 2:

BTW. Nice case!

Yeah be careful with lifting it!

I messed up my back for 2 days carrying my thermaltake tower 900 case fully loaded to its final resting place 20 feet away! Sucked. Thing prob weighted over 100 lbs hehe.

Took a few days to hit me.. as always. Back muscles all tightened up.


AHowes - the card is indeed at x8 due to the Dimm.2 card. I'll get around to moving the m.2's to the onboard slots. FWIW, I did tool around with the curves in MSI AB, and I yielded similar results.

No silicon lottery for me it seems. And yeah, that is one REALLY heavy case. Getting it back into the box for transport was the most difficult part. I used a furniture dolly to get it into my house (I built it at work with colleagues - it was a group effort!). Sorry to hear you jacked up your back. Hope you're better and that there's no long lasting injury. Back injuries are the worst.


Wow on the group effort! Hopefully one of them came with you to the house to pick it up if you put it on a desk heh

Yeah it's fine now. Heat pads to loosen up the muscles for a day and I'm back to normal.

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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/04/14 19:18:46 (permalink)
Well, now my previously good overclocks are causing lockups left and right. I can only achieve stability at +500 memory and + 80 core clock. GPU temps are between 61c - 63c.

I honestly have no idea why, and that's frustrating. There's an overabundance of cool air in the front of the case (23c) and rear (27c), as the temp sensor is right next to the Hybrid radiator.

Oh well - all games can be played at Ultra 1440p 120Mhz GSync @ 90+ FPS, and that's plenty good enough for me.
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/04/14 19:29:42 (permalink)
If you have not yet, you need to swap that daisy chained pcie power cord to your card to 2 single 8 pin pcie cables from your psu. That may be limiting the power to your card causing your overclock to be unstable.

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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/04/14 20:07:39 (permalink)
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If you have not yet, you need to swap that daisy chained pcie power cord to your card to 2 single 8 pin pcie cables from your psu. That may be limiting the power to your card causing your overclock to be unstable.


No PCIE power cables are daisy chained. That pic from earlier is my old build. All power is discreet inputs from the PSU.
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/04/14 22:57:55 (permalink)
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GTXJack - so the new build is complete.  Here's what I've got:

Well, that was fun, and I'm very appreciative of the support from the EVGA community.  If there's anything else y'all can think of where I can squeak a bit more performance out of the card, fire away - your input is always appreciated!

Until next time...

Matt R.




Well done! 
 
I think you're good with temps and you'll just need to play around with your OC's but I would only do this honestly for benchmarks but as for gaming, I wouldn't worry too much.  Just find the medium and frag on!

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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/04/16 08:45:12 (permalink)
Alrighty. So after a 3 hour session with The Division 2 with Mem overclocked by +1000 and Core overclocked by +100, and power set to 124%, my GPU temps were at 62/67 with a steady core clock at 2,040mhz.

There's not much more I can do cooling wise. When I first start playing, my core clock runs a 2,100mhz but seemingly throttles down due to heat.
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/04/16 09:08:07 (permalink)
So after all this you never tried to remove the cooler and check the paste?

I'd of moved on to a custom loop by now. While knows what you would end up with when that cards cool.

If your not happy with the card rma/sell it.. try a Kingpin maybe with it's better cooler.

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