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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 13:23:01 (permalink)
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Yes, I would pay the $100 right now.  Unfortunately in the world of a gamer... being without a card for a week is not an option.  And as I am not wealthy, I do not have a second card on hand to use while I wait.
 
If there ends up being a cross ship option, with a deposit I would be so stoked on this!


It's always good to keep a cheap emergency GPU card around. I have one exactly for that purpose.

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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 13:32:16 (permalink)
Hello Jacob.
What about Israel?
Icx upgrade is not available in my country. Will it be?
 
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 13:35:21 (permalink)
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a 100€ upgrade for a card that will be the same, only more fancy and a bit cooler...
also is it guaranteed that the new card will boost like or better than my previous ACX ? it will be a big fail if the card overclocks worst




Only promise of more performance is the fact that the Pascal series is built to throttle under temps and this may run slightly cooler, still second to the water block which you can just order the FTW water cooler and install it in place of the ACX and avoid the shipping time without the card
 
With an average overclocker and fair performing Micron memory, I am just gambling on a 50/50 chance of better or worse performance. More likely worse if the entire iCX batch is Micron
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 13:45:13 (permalink)
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Poliacido
a 100€ upgrade for a card that will be the same, only more fancy and a bit cooler...
also is it guaranteed that the new card will boost like or better than my previous ACX ? it will be a big fail if the card overclocks worst




Only promise of more performance is the fact that the Pascal series is built to throttle under temps and this may run slightly cooler, still second to the water block which you can just order the FTW water cooler and install it in place of the ACX and avoid the shipping time without the card
 
With an average overclocker and fair performing Micron memory, I am just gambling on a 50/50 chance of better or worse performance. More likely worse if the entire iCX batch is Micron




i am not expecting a 10° decrease, maybe 1 to 5 on the gpu is ok.... but you can also achieve that bumping up the fans a bit on the ACX so it is not a big deal...
i was referring to gpu lottery... if you get a bad chip you will probably get a worst card then the previous FTW
 
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 14:05:41 (permalink)
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Is the ICX version of GTX 1080 SC GAMING ACX 3.0 the same size? 



That is correct, SC and SC2 have the same dimensions

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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 14:11:57 (permalink)
So you can not upgrade the 1070 SC black edition?(08G-P4-5173-KR)
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 14:13:24 (permalink)
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Poliacido
a 100€ upgrade for a card that will be the same, only more fancy and a bit cooler...
also is it guaranteed that the new card will boost like or better than my previous ACX ? it will be a big fail if the card overclocks worst




Only promise of more performance is the fact that the Pascal series is built to throttle under temps and this may run slightly cooler, still second to the water block which you can just order the FTW water cooler and install it in place of the ACX and avoid the shipping time without the card
 
With an average overclocker and fair performing Micron memory, I am just gambling on a 50/50 chance of better or worse performance. More likely worse if the entire iCX batch is Micron




i am not expecting a 10° decrease, maybe 1 to 5 on the gpu is ok.... but you can also achieve that bumping up the fans a bit on the ACX so it is not a big deal...
i was referring to gpu lottery... if you get a bad chip you will probably get a worst card then the previous FTW
 




Now the question is what is considered a bad OC for a 1070 or 1080 FTW to begin with
 
2050mhz on a 1070 without voltage boosting doesn't seem like a bad chip but I do not know how much worse it could get.
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 14:13:43 (permalink)
Cool! :) I guess this would be the topic on the podcast today.
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 14:28:32 (permalink)
Hope its okay to repeat my Question: Any plans about an hybrid cooler with this technology? And i hope the 1070 FTW 2 will have the Dual Bios. i dont like Zero Fan Modus. :/
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 14:32:13 (permalink)
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Hope its okay to repeat my Question: Any plans about an hybrid cooler with this technology? And i hope the 1070 FTW 2 will have the Dual Bios. i dont like Zero Fan Modus. :/




 
The BIOS switch is visible on the FTW 2.  The FTW line has always had dual bios, so you are going to have dual bios :-)
 


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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 14:32:19 (permalink)
Yes ICX interactive cooling extreme technology [because the extreme dumbs it down then the technology makes it sound so advanced]
Terrible branding on that youtube video
Good job wasting money on a bunch of redundant patents very few would want to infringe upon 

I  wish I could afford a 970

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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 14:43:59 (permalink)
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Yes ICX interactive cooling extreme technology [because the extreme dumbs it down then the technology makes it sound so advanced]
Terrible branding on that youtube video
Good job wasting money on a bunch of redundant patents very few would want to infringe upon 




Why wouldn't other companies want to provide thermal sensors on board, since noone else currently offers them that I am aware of. There isn't many companies offer GPU's, so competition would definitely want to be competitive, and this gives EVGA an edge.  
 
 
 
 

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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 14:46:55 (permalink)
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Poliacido
a 100€ upgrade for a card that will be the same, only more fancy and a bit cooler...
also is it guaranteed that the new card will boost like or better than my previous ACX ? it will be a big fail if the card overclocks worst




Only promise of more performance is the fact that the Pascal series is built to throttle under temps and this may run slightly cooler, still second to the water block which you can just order the FTW water cooler and install it in place of the ACX and avoid the shipping time without the card
 
With an average overclocker and fair performing Micron memory, I am just gambling on a 50/50 chance of better or worse performance. More likely worse if the entire iCX batch is Micron




i am not expecting a 10° decrease, maybe 1 to 5 on the gpu is ok.... but you can also achieve that bumping up the fans a bit on the ACX so it is not a big deal...
i was referring to gpu lottery... if you get a bad chip you will probably get a worst card then the previous FTW
 




Now the question is what is considered a bad OC for a 1070 or 1080 FTW to begin with
 
2050mhz on a 1070 without voltage boosting doesn't seem like a bad chip but I do not know how much worse it could get.




mine can actually boost 2050 without any "voltage boosting" so as you said it is a good chip for me also
there are chances to get a new card that boosts 100/150mhz less. Thats a gamble, and i am not sure if it is worth 100$ since my FTW with thermal pads mod and new bios applied is just fine as the new ICX
imho this is a consideration every ACX owner should do before jumping into the upgrading program
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 14:54:52 (permalink)
Cool but not worth anymore money nor an upgrade. So it runs a few  degrees cooler or so they say. Each card varies so until I see a test where test's are based on the same card.....well....
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 14:59:35 (permalink)
Will the people from New zealand/Oceanic regions get any love?
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 15:00:15 (permalink)
I'm hoping the new ICX design and sensors will be what's used in the next gen cards (1180's).  Looks like a nice improvement to cooling and temp monitoring...  Until then, I'm quite happy with my current 1080.



 
 
 
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 15:08:36 (permalink)
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Yes ICX interactive cooling extreme technology [because the extreme dumbs it down then the technology makes it sound so advanced]
Terrible branding on that youtube video
Good job wasting money on a bunch of redundant patents very few would want to infringe upon 




Why wouldn't other companies want to provide thermal sensors on board, since noone else currently offers them that I am aware of. There isn't many companies offer GPU's, so competition would definitely want to be competitive, and this gives EVGA an edge.  
 
 
 
 


Every company has thermal sensors on their board just not so many. They can't patent having thermal sensors on a board, they could maybe only patent the alignment of the sensors. Also they don't manufacture the thermal sensors they just insert them into the board.

I  wish I could afford a 970

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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 15:09:47 (permalink)
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I'm hoping the new ICX design and sensors will be what's used in the next gen cards (1180's).  Looks like a nice improvement to cooling and temp monitoring...  Until then, I'm quite happy with my current 1080.


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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 15:12:56 (permalink)
Bitwit posted a video earlier today. I would link it, but apparently I can't. The TL;DR of it is the 1080 FTW2 iCX card ran 2 C hotter than a 1080 FTW ACX 3.0 on an identical bench/workload.
 
While it was only a single test under specific conditions, it is worth noting for those considering the upgrade (myself included). The silicon lottery is also to be considered. My 1070 SC can boost to 2075 without voltage changes. Who knows if the next card will do as well.
 
 
 

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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 15:15:49 (permalink)
So even if I own my 1070 for more than 4 months, I can do the icx upgrade ?
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 15:25:52 (permalink)
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So even if I own my 1070 for more than 4 months, I can do the icx upgrade ?


Yes.  The warranty will start over when we ship the iCX card, and the 90-day Step-Up will automatically start again at that time also.  Secondhand purchasers are also eligible for the iCX upgrade.
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 15:27:07 (permalink)
No Asia?
Sad. 

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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 15:30:37 (permalink)
i want the iCX shirt small size please!!!

 
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 15:40:22 (permalink)
Waiting on the 1080 Ti.....
Please add this to the Ti



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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 15:42:10 (permalink)
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Every company has thermal sensors on their board just not so many. They can't patent having thermal sensors on a board, they could maybe only patent the alignment of the sensors. Also they don't manufacture the thermal sensors they just insert them into the board.


Current companies only have the thermal sensor affixed by NVidia that we know of.  EVGA may not make the thermal sensors in house, but they could always acquire a partnership with a company that makes them (not saying they would, so don't take that out of context), and limit other manufacturers from using said company. 
 
They could patent the software used for monitoring their sensors, so that other software (MSI Afterburner) couldn't try to leverage an edge with their monitor points.  Honestly, I see that it says 9 patents awarded, but I do not know where to find those 9 patents or what they read out.  That is EVGA's business, and doesn't affect us as end users.

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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 15:43:57 (permalink)
When i pay the 99$ for an new card, can i still upgrade the guarante to 5 or 10 years for the new card?
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 15:59:08 (permalink)
So.....If I use these, would it only be $89+tax?

 
 

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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 15:59:32 (permalink)
$99 to upgrade yet it's a $30 difference between ACX and ICX retail.  Going to stick with my current card...
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 16:06:08 (permalink)
Will the new icx version support the "Powerlink" adapter?
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Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 10 Series Cards with iCX Technology! 2017/02/10 16:11:48 (permalink)
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