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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/02 07:23:07 (permalink)
How well do these AIO coolers work for GPUs?  I never got into them with the rest of the system. 
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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/02 07:29:39 (permalink)
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Update on Hybrid Cooler / TITAN X compatibility, it actually does work and fit. The only issue is that the shroud will say GTX 980 on it :p

How much power does it draw though - any concerns with running it on an OC'd TITAN X? Have specs for tubing length too? Also, any word on availability of the standalone units? I can't remember if they were in-stock before... but they sure aren't now... and I WANT TWO! 



I'm very interested in tubing length specs too... I'd need to run two in SLI and I'm trying to picture how I'd lay that out in my case.


 
Tubing length is about 14 Inches.
 
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How well do these AIO coolers work for GPUs?  I never got into them with the rest of the system. 

 
Somewhat like the Corsair H100 or H80 CPU Closed Loop Water Cooler.
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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/02 07:47:49 (permalink)
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I'm very interested in tubing length specs too... I'd need to run two in SLI and I'm trying to picture how I'd lay that out in my case.





Why not just a custom loop at that point?  You also running an AIO for the CPU?



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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/02 07:57:33 (permalink)
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Why not just a custom loop at that point?  You also running an AIO for the CPU?



Cost, maintenance, less time (more kids), and general laziness?
 
Actually I haven't ruled out a 'real' loop yet, just weighing my options. I've had dual loops (CPU, GPUs) for years, but I went with CPU AIO in this latest build (I have to update my avatar) and I gotta say I'm really comfortable with the convenience vs performance tradeoff. So in my 900D if I could relatively painlessly get the rads of these puppies down to where I'd potentially stick a 480 were I to go custom, I might just do it and try my luck in a full AIO mode this time.

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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/02 08:06:06 (permalink)
Got my GTX 980 Hybrid a few days ago and I did overclock it to 1568MHz
 
Idle Temps: 25C
Max Temps: 45C
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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/02 08:59:11 (permalink)
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Why not just a custom loop at that point?  You also running an AIO for the CPU?



Cost, maintenance, less time (more kids), and general laziness?
 
Actually I haven't ruled out a 'real' loop yet, just weighing my options. I've had dual loops (CPU, GPUs) for years, but I went with CPU AIO in this latest build (I have to update my avatar) and I gotta say I'm really comfortable with the convenience vs performance tradeoff. So in my 900D if I could relatively painlessly get the rads of these puppies down to where I'd potentially stick a 480 were I to go custom, I might just do it and try my luck in a full AIO mode this time.


I've got a 900D and I can't imagine three AIO's not fitting.  Might not look super, but I'm sure it will fit (I'm thinking CPU and top card to the ceiling and the bottom card to the bottom side).
 
What are you seeing AIO with the CPU versus custom?  Comparable?
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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/02 10:44:42 (permalink)
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Update on Hybrid Cooler / TITAN X compatibility, it actually does work and fit. The only issue is that the shroud will say GTX 980 on it :p

How much power does it draw though - any concerns with running it on an OC'd TITAN X? Have specs for tubing length too? Also, any word on availability of the standalone units? I can't remember if they were in-stock before... but they sure aren't now... and I WANT TWO! 



I'm very interested in tubing length specs too... I'd need to run two in SLI and I'm trying to picture how I'd lay that out in my case.


 
Tubing length is about 14 Inches.
 


14 inches from the heatsink or 14 inches from the card shroud opening?

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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/02 10:48:41 (permalink)
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Update on Hybrid Cooler / TITAN X compatibility, it actually does work and fit. The only issue is that the shroud will say GTX 980 on it :p

How much power does it draw though - any concerns with running it on an OC'd TITAN X? Have specs for tubing length too? Also, any word on availability of the standalone units? I can't remember if they were in-stock before... but they sure aren't now... and I WANT TWO! 



I'm very interested in tubing length specs too... I'd need to run two in SLI and I'm trying to picture how I'd lay that out in my case.


 
Tubing length is about 14 Inches.
 


14 inches from the heatsink or 14 inches from the card shroud opening?


No mater which end I measure from the Tubing it is still 14 inches.
I did not remove the shroud, would you like me to Remove the Shroud and measure for you?

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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/02 12:13:34 (permalink)
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I've got a 900D and I can't imagine three AIO's not fitting.  Might not look super, but I'm sure it will fit (I'm thinking CPU and top card to the ceiling and the bottom card to the bottom side).
What are you seeing AIO with the CPU versus custom?  Comparable?



Yeah comparable. I'm push/pulling an h100i which is a 240 on top which limits me a little up there so I'd rather send the GPUs down to the bottom. Other than the buggy Corsair Link software, I've been happy it. It sits in the mid/upper 20s 'idle', floats around in the 30s while gaming and If I'm burning it, it will get into to 50s (5930@4.25, nothing uber).

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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/02 12:16:10 (permalink)
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Tubing length is about 14 Inches.

14 inches from the heatsink or 14 inches from the card shroud opening?

No mater which end I measure from the Tubing it is still 14 inches.
I did not remove the shroud, would you like me to Remove the Shroud and measure for you?



Thanks for the measurement! (from the shroud is good enough for me.)

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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/02 12:53:15 (permalink)
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I've got a 900D and I can't imagine three AIO's not fitting.  Might not look super, but I'm sure it will fit (I'm thinking CPU and top card to the ceiling and the bottom card to the bottom side).
What are you seeing AIO with the CPU versus custom?  Comparable?



Yeah comparable. I'm push/pulling an h100i which is a 240 on top which limits me a little up there so I'd rather send the GPUs down to the bottom. Other than the buggy Corsair Link software, I've been happy it. It sits in the mid/upper 20s 'idle', floats around in the 30s while gaming and If I'm burning it, it will get into to 50s (5930@4.25, nothing uber).


I will have more once my rig is done.  TheAIOHybrid In Progress.
I will also be using the H80i so I will get to see if CorsairLink Software can manage the Fan and Pump in the GPU?
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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/02 13:00:32 (permalink)
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Got my GTX 980 Hybrid a few days ago and I did overclock it to 1568MHz
 
Idle Temps: 25C
Max Temps: 45C


That's really solid with a decent OC.
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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/02 15:32:03 (permalink)
If AIO GPU's were more common, there would technically be no point needing to do a full loop water cooling system anymore. You would only be losing out on "looks." The thermals on an AIO would never get to the point where the card would have to throttle even running low fan speeds. Sure, if I had a custom water loop, the temps may be like 10C less, but who F'ing cares how "cold" your water is as long as temps don't throttle and fans don't ramp up. My AIO CPU I run the fans at a static 700RPM and my temps never go above 50C even on full load overclocked. Proof with decepti0n above is even more. 45C max temp on a huge overclock. I don't think the 980 throttles unless it hits like 80C or 90C if I remember correctly. I think you can reduce a few dB by having massive radiators & dozens of fans running even lower RPM but the loss of resale value, the components corroding over time, the risk of leaks, the maintenance of the unit, the amount of time spent building the loop, the hassle of changing the loop when installing new components, and the sheer cost isn't worth a few dB.
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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/03 12:46:06 (permalink)
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I'm very interested in tubing length specs too... I'd need to run two in SLI and I'm trying to picture how I'd lay that out in my case.





Why not just a custom loop at that point?  You also running an AIO for the CPU?







When its time to sell my 980's, this cooler will be easier to sell than with a waterblock installed.
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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/05 09:55:16 (permalink)
A few noob questions about these cards, as I am desperate to play GTA V on release AND got beyond tired of the waiting game AMD is playing.

For step-up, overclock and heat purposes, which one is better to get: 980 FTW or 980 Hybrid?
I know it's a 70 dollar difference and one has an AIO while the other has a custom air cooler (and custom PCB?). However, in case a 980ti shows up in the next 3 months, either one of these can step up or did I miss something?

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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/05 10:02:30 (permalink)
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A few noob questions about these cards, as I am desperate to play GTA V on release AND got beyond tired of the waiting game AMD is playing.

For step-up, overclock and heat purposes, which one is better to get: 980 FTW or 980 Hybrid?
I know it's a 70 dollar difference and one has an AIO while the other has a custom air cooler (and custom PCB?). However, in case a 980ti shows up in the next 3 months, either one of these can step up or did I miss something?


For hest purposes, the 980 Hybrid will be best. The ftw does have a custom Cooler and custom pcb, but it isn't going to run anywhere near as cool as the hybrid. The ftw cooler will dump the heat into the case and cause more parts to slightly warm up as well.

The hybrid will push the core heat out of the radiator which can be put to vent out of the case and the vrm board hest will blow out of the back of the case.

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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/05 10:02:47 (permalink)
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A few noob questions about these cards, as I am desperate to play GTA V on release AND got beyond tired of the waiting game AMD is playing.

For step-up, overclock and heat purposes, which one is better to get: 980 FTW or 980 Hybrid?
I know it's a 70 dollar difference and one has an AIO while the other has a custom air cooler (and custom PCB?). However, in case a 980ti shows up in the next 3 months, either one of these can step up or did I miss something?




I'm fairly certain these could theoretically overclock better. There is a review on youtube that gets his card to 1600...but I also don't believe anything in this discussion is binned(correct me if I'm wrong) so you are highly at the mercy of the lottery. I would personally go for the FTW because I suspect it has better vrm cooling and cools better over the entirety of the card than the stock cooler, but even in this I may be wrong. As far as step-up to the 980ti, there is no way to know how that will be handled because the nomenclature of the card we are referring to as the 980ti may be different. I'm unsure of historical precedent in this case. Review I mentioned is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=98P_NjK3ft8
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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/05 10:51:59 (permalink)
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I'm fairly certain these could theoretically overclock better. There is a review on youtube that gets his card to 1600...but I also don't believe anything in this discussion is binned(correct me if I'm wrong) so you are highly at the mercy of the lottery. I would personally go for the FTW because I suspect it has better vrm cooling and cools better over the entirety of the card than the stock cooler, but even in this I may be wrong. As far as step-up to the 980ti, there is no way to know how that will be handled because the nomenclature of the card we are referring to as the 980ti may be different. I'm unsure of historical precedent in this case. Review I mentioned is here: 




I saw Jay's review on youtube, it's nice that he pushed the card a step closer to the titan, but I'm interested on see how these two can step-up if I meet the deadline for that and a new card is released. As for precedents, well, on the FAQ for step-up I read the following:
EVGA Step-Up FAQ

Graphics Cards

  • EVGA will only release reference versions of its products, NVIDIA reference spec and clock, to the Step-Up program.
  • Step-Up is limited to pre-approved graphics cards only and can only be used for exchange to a different and higher performing GPU.
  • Products known to have a limited availability will not be made available to the Step-Up program. (Limited availability determined by EVGA.)
  • Customers who received their EVGA graphics card as part of a complete computer system are not eligible - except for those listed on our approved system vendor list.
Graphics Cards Examples:
  • GTX 460 → GTX 580: YES (Upgraded GPU)
  • GTX 460 768MB → GTX 460 1GB: YES (Upgraded Memory)
  • GTX 970 FTW → GTX 970 FTW+ : YES (Upgraded Model)

 
So, even though "One does not simply Step-Up for a Titan", a future (Ti or not) card which will be mass produced (hopefully) can fit on the rules, that's how I see it.

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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/05 13:14:19 (permalink)
I finally pushed the GTX 980 Hybrid to 1602MHz
 
The programs that I use in my test were "Precision X 16, GPU-Z, Heaven Benchmark, Valley Benchmark and 3D Mark"
 
I ran these benchmarks multiple times to insure that my OC was stable and I used Precision X hardware monitor and GPU-Z sensors to verify my numbers
 
These are the setting that I used for my OC
 
Power Target: 124%
GPU Clock Offset: +135MHz
Mem Clock Offset: +300MHz
Voltage: +87mV
 
 
 
 
post edited by decepti0n - 2015/04/05 13:17:20

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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/05 21:57:41 (permalink)
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Update on Hybrid Cooler / TITAN X compatibility, it actually does work and fit. The only issue is that the shroud will say GTX 980 on it :p


 
 Hi, just wondering, would there be any way to order a titan x with the cooler on it direct from evga to the uk (i cant even find the 980 hybrid for sale in the uk) as im sure im not alone here, but tearing down something like a titan x which voids the warranty to put the cooler on scares the hell out of me.
 
 Edit, scratch that, i just said hell to it and pre ordered a 980 hybrid. Maybe this gpu will actually register with evga :P
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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/06 13:29:55 (permalink)
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I finally pushed the GTX 980 Hybrid to 1602MHz
 
The programs that I use in my test were "Precision X 16, GPU-Z, Heaven Benchmark, Valley Benchmark and 3D Mark"
 
I ran these benchmarks multiple times to insure that my OC was stable and I used Precision X hardware monitor and GPU-Z sensors to verify my numbers
 
These are the setting that I used for my OC
 
Power Target: 124%
GPU Clock Offset: +135MHz
Mem Clock Offset: +300MHz
Voltage: +87mV

On what OS?
Do you have a link to your 3D Mark Score?
I would like to compare it to my Card.

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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/06 14:34:51 (permalink)
Just a heads up a limited number of AIO cooler may be able at EVGA.com later today for those still looking for them. More on the way.


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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/06 15:44:02 (permalink)
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In stock but not for long... http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=400-HY-H980-B1
 




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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/06 15:49:02 (permalink)
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I finally pushed the GTX 980 Hybrid to 1602MHz
 
The programs that I use in my test were "Precision X 16, GPU-Z, Heaven Benchmark, Valley Benchmark and 3D Mark"
 
I ran these benchmarks multiple times to insure that my OC was stable and I used Precision X hardware monitor and GPU-Z sensors to verify my numbers
 
These are the setting that I used for my OC
 
Power Target: 124%
GPU Clock Offset: +135MHz
Mem Clock Offset: +300MHz
Voltage: +87mV

On what OS?
Do you have a link to your 3D Mark Score?
I would like to compare it to my Card.




I'm using Windows 8.1
 
I increased the MEM Clock Offset to (+ 400) and kept all the other settings the same!
 
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/4530077
post edited by decepti0n - 2015/04/07 20:12:59

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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/06 19:09:04 (permalink)
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Just a heads up a limited number of AIO cooler may be able at EVGA.com later today for those still looking for them. More on the way.


 
Glorious auto-notify system working as expected - meaning, it's not. Called today and asked when more would go on sale and was told they didn't know. 

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In stock but not for long... http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=400-HY-H980-B1
 




Think I just bought all 3 of them for my 2 Titan X's and my 3rd Titan X i'll be buying soon. Sorry everyone :P I'll post results though I overnighted them



Mad beyond words! Interested to see how it goes temp wise, especially with overclocking and power usage. Hopefully there are no issues with a strong overclock, fans, and pump when the card can only pull 300W - or can it?

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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/07 00:54:27 (permalink)
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If AIO GPU's were more common, there would technically be no point needing to do a full loop water cooling system anymore. You would only be losing out on "looks." The thermals on an AIO would never get to the point where the card would have to throttle even running low fan speeds. Sure, if I had a custom water loop, the temps may be like 10C less, but who F'ing cares how "cold" your water is as long as temps don't throttle and fans don't ramp up. My AIO CPU I run the fans at a static 700RPM and my temps never go above 50C even on full load overclocked. Proof with decepti0n above is even more. 45C max temp on a huge overclock. I don't think the 980 throttles unless it hits like 80C or 90C if I remember correctly. I think you can reduce a few dB by having massive radiators & dozens of fans running even lower RPM but the loss of resale value, the components corroding over time, the risk of leaks, the maintenance of the unit, the amount of time spent building the loop, the hassle of changing the loop when installing new components, and the sheer cost isn't worth a few dB.


I agree 100 percent with this...currently run CPU AIO, and will run this new 980 AIO at some point when they are actually in stock for more than 10 seconds!!  ;)


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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/07 01:06:27 (permalink)
I cannot believe more people are not concerned with the response from EVGA regarding water damage. There is liquid in this cooler, a percentage will leak and destroy other components in the process... 
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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/07 01:24:41 (permalink)
That's very small chance to leak and coolant inside is not danger as clear water.
If cooler leak they will replace card because it's very small chance to liquid destroy something...
You see position on AIO cooler. 
If you install him on HDD case as someone even if he leak coolant will not drop on hardware.
Graphic card PCB is above possible leak point in case. Tubes look little reinforced for durability. 
From pictures look very fine build and nice and they didn't forget backplate. 

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Re: GeForce GTX 980 HYBRID! 2015/04/07 01:40:35 (permalink)
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That's very small chance to leak and coolant inside is not danger as clear water.
If cooler leak they will replace card because it's very small chance to liquid destroy something...
You see position on AIO cooler. 
If you install him on HDD case as someone even if he leak coolant will not drop on hardware.
Graphic card PCB is above possible leak point in case. Tubes look little reinforced for durability. 
From pictures look very fine build and nice and they didn't forget backplate. 


Have you been to the Corsair forums, Googled, Corsair leak?? https://www.google.com/se...p;ie=UTF-8&qscrl=1
post edited by chrisdglong - 2015/04/07 01:46:01
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