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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/11/27 15:21:23 (permalink)
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I saw your PM and the forum doesn’t let me reply to it. You pointed me here from EBay, I was the guy that asked you about the waterblock.



yeah you have to have so many posts and member time or something or another, but its all good. 
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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/11/27 15:31:08 (permalink)
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I saw your PM and the forum doesn’t let me reply to it. You pointed me here from EBay, I was the guy that asked you about the waterblock.



yeah you have to have so many posts and member time or something or another, but its all good. 


Done :) thanks my friend. Still waiting for you to parts way with that block.
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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/11/27 15:36:35 (permalink)
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TuanQT
I saw your PM and the forum doesn’t let me reply to it. You pointed me here from EBay, I was the guy that asked you about the waterblock.



yeah you have to have so many posts and member time or something or another, but its all good. 


Done :) thanks my friend. Still waiting for you to parts way with that block.



I'm sure. For the full mod without a hydro copper block all you need is the copper shim, vga supremacy block, drill cold plate holes from 11/64 to 13/64 and add the EVGA LN2 OLED kit. https://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=100-AK-V200-BR 
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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/11/27 15:40:20 (permalink)
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TuanQT
I saw your PM and the forum doesn’t let me reply to it. You pointed me here from EBay, I was the guy that asked you about the waterblock.



yeah you have to have so many posts and member time or something or another, but its all good. 



Done :) thanks my friend. Still waiting for you to parts way with that block.

You know where I can buy that VGA block in the us? I tried googling but they’re all overseas

I'm sure. For the full mod without a hydro copper block all you need is the copper shim, vga supremacy block, drill cold plate holes from 11/64 to 13/64 and add the EVGA LN2 OLED kit.  
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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/11/27 15:48:23 (permalink)
 
Here it is on the Amazon global store that ships to USA, https://www.amazon.com/Supremacy-Universal-Performance-Cooling-Block/dp/B0096FCNIM/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?keywords=ekwb+vga+supremacy&qid=1574898354&sr=8-1-fkmr0 
If you buy directly from EKWB you will have it in a few days, when i order from them directly i use paypal and always receive the package in 3 days from UPS. 
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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/11/27 15:50:53 (permalink)
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Here it is on the Amazon global store that ships to USA,  
If you buy directly from EKWB you will have it in a few days, when i order from them directly i use paypal and always receive the package in 3 days from UPS. 




 
yeah that amazon global store lol. I am going to order from EKWB then. Thanks buddy
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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/11/29 04:24:15 (permalink)
After using either the EKWB thermosphere, or the EKWB vga supremacy block the original 2080ti Kingpin backplate can still be used, since there is no full cover block or shroud then some screws will require nuts on them (these screws and nuts are optional if used or not). The attached photo shows in yellow circles where a nut is required on the screw if used and the red circles are screws where no nut is required.
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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/11/29 07:16:58 (permalink)
Where could I find the nuts for these ?
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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/11/29 08:25:45 (permalink)
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Where could I find the nuts for these ?



Here is what i got and used from amazon.  
 
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07VZTSHB4/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 

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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/11/29 17:05:29 (permalink)
OK guys so i have 2 kingpins, one overclocks better then the other. Since i have been working on these mods the card that overclocks better has been on a Hydro Copper block and its the one i have set my best scores on in the futuremark HOF, and the other card is what i have been doing the mods on. Now that the mods done i decided to see if it would make a difference in overall score and OC ability or if it would be kind of a similar outcome. On August 2, 2019 i got the score of 8,844 in Time Spy Extreme  to put me in spot #16 with the hydro copper block, i've been try my darndest to get a better score and it has been a chore i have tried different drivers and settings and all that good stuff. Even as of yesterday all day i was still trying to better the score and never got the job done. I decided i wasn't going to get it any better so i thought well now its time to remove the hydro copper block and try my mod in this card now and see what happens. So after 4 months not being able to better my score i beat my score twice today with the mod. I didn't change drivers, or settings, or anything i was using yesterdy i just removed the hydro copper, switched it over to my mod with the vga supremacy block and put it in and ran the same settings and was able to get these 2 scores of Time Spy Extreme 8,860 http://www.3dmark.com/spy/9457956 and Time Spy Extreme 8,871 http://www.3dmark.com/spy/9457598 which still leaves me at #16 but i finally bettered my score.  I guess what it comes down to is that it shows the mod i have been working on can keep up with the full cover hydro copper even though the mod is keeping the power, vrm's, and memory on air or coldplate and the only thing directly liquid cooled is the die itself even with the 0.8mm shim between the block and die. The mod is less then half the price of what the hydro copper block was costing and seems to perform just as well when it really gets pushed.   I even uploaded this short 4 minute video  https://youtu.be/_cLxnT97iKc to youtube showing i was able to get the card drawing over 800 watts on chilled liquid during the Time Spy Extreme Test.  I was able to get up to 2340MHz on the port royal test even on chilled liquid.   http://www.3dmark.com/pr/179271  
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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/11/29 17:31:32 (permalink)
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OK guys so i have 2 kingpins, one overclocks better then the other. Since i have been working on these mods the card that overclocks better has been on a Hydro Copper block and its the one i have set my best scores on in the futuremark HOF, and the other card is what i have been doing the mods on. Now that the mods done i decided to see if it would make a difference in overall score and OC ability or if it would be kind of a similar outcome. On August 2, 2019 i got the score of 8,844 in Time Spy Extreme  to put me in spot #16 with the hydro copper block, i've been try my darndest to get a better score and it has been a chore i have tried different drivers and settings and all that good stuff. Even as of yesterday all day i was still trying to better the score and never got the job done. I decided i wasn't going to get it any better so i thought well now its time to remove the hydro copper block and try my mod in this card now and see what happens. So after 4 months not being able to better my score i beat my score twice today with the mod. I didn't change drivers, or settings, or anything i was using yesterdy i just removed the hydro copper, switched it over to my mod with the vga supremacy block and put it in and ran the same settings and was able to get these 2 scores of Time Spy Extreme 8,860  and Time Spy Extreme 8,871  which still leaves me at #16 but i finally bettered my score.  I guess what it comes down to is that it shows the mod i have been working on can keep up with the full cover hydro copper even though the mod is keeping the power, vrm's, and memory on air or coldplate and the only thing directly liquid cooled is the die itself even with the 0.8mm shim between the block and die. The mod is less then half the price of what the hydro copper block was costing and seems to perform just as well when it really gets pushed.   I even uploaded this short 4 minute video   to youtube showing i was able to get the card drawing over 800 watts on chilled liquid during the Time Spy Extreme Test.  I was able to get up to 2340MHz on the port royal test even on chilled liquid.     




 
 
Could you show me the setup for this "chilled liquid" ? i really like to know more
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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/11/29 17:43:01 (permalink)
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OK guys so i have 2 kingpins, one overclocks better then the other. Since i have been working on these mods the card that overclocks better has been on a Hydro Copper block and its the one i have set my best scores on in the futuremark HOF, and the other card is what i have been doing the mods on. Now that the mods done i decided to see if it would make a difference in overall score and OC ability or if it would be kind of a similar outcome. On August 2, 2019 i got the score of 8,844 in Time Spy Extreme  to put me in spot #16 with the hydro copper block, i've been try my darndest to get a better score and it has been a chore i have tried different drivers and settings and all that good stuff. Even as of yesterday all day i was still trying to better the score and never got the job done. I decided i wasn't going to get it any better so i thought well now its time to remove the hydro copper block and try my mod in this card now and see what happens. So after 4 months not being able to better my score i beat my score twice today with the mod. I didn't change drivers, or settings, or anything i was using yesterdy i just removed the hydro copper, switched it over to my mod with the vga supremacy block and put it in and ran the same settings and was able to get these 2 scores of Time Spy Extreme 8,860  and Time Spy Extreme 8,871  which still leaves me at #16 but i finally bettered my score.  I guess what it comes down to is that it shows the mod i have been working on can keep up with the full cover hydro copper even though the mod is keeping the power, vrm's, and memory on air or coldplate and the only thing directly liquid cooled is the die itself even with the 0.8mm shim between the block and die. The mod is less then half the price of what the hydro copper block was costing and seems to perform just as well when it really gets pushed.   I even uploaded this short 4 minute video   to youtube showing i was able to get the card drawing over 800 watts on chilled liquid during the Time Spy Extreme Test.  I was able to get up to 2340MHz on the port royal test even on chilled liquid.     




 
 
Could you show me the setup for this "chilled liquid" ? i really like to know more




The chilled liquid is done using a Koolance EXC-800 pc chiller. https://koolance.com/exc-800-portable-800W-recirculating-chiller?gclid=Cj0KCQiAoIPvBRDgARIsAHsCw0_KBVFikDLkepRYaXNUvNz6undIQ0LgA-SSvtSvj1JF-2XU9T-HdogaAh2NEALw_wcB     It replaces radiators and reservoirs. I'm using it just for the benchmarking, once i'm done messing around i'll probably sell it and get what i can for it. They really are handy units though. the coldest i've been able to get it to is -8C thats with a room temp of 70F.  Depending on humidity in the room makes a difference of how much condensation it will create at the fittings. With the colder temps now the humidity inside my house is only 28-30% so i can really chill it down with very little condensation forming. I just swung it around temporarily so you could see the hookup.   
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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/11/30 08:08:32 (permalink)
oooh thats rather nice indeed, good improvement. How does your good card OC vs your "not" good one?
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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/11/30 08:36:03 (permalink)
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oooh thats rather nice indeed, good improvement. How does your good card OC vs your "not" good one?




The better card will OC 50MHz higher with less voltage then the other card will. The memory performance is pretty much identical between the two cards. 

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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/12/01 07:47:56 (permalink)
Hurray,  i now have 2 of the Kingpins done with the EKWB VGA Supremacy mod and have them both  up and running in the computer so now i can see how this mod works in SLI configuration for benchmarks.
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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/12/01 13:27:05 (permalink)
Ok so after doing some Port Royal benching today in SLI i have been able to OC the cards more with this mod than i could with the Hydro Coppers.  I believe its because the flow is less restrictive and i can keep the temps cooler now. If i start the bench at 0C liquid temp i can run the Port Royal test and at the end of the test the liquid temp is at 2C which looking at the graph after the test the cards die temp is peaking at about 27C so they are not throttling much.  These test were done at +140 and +150 which is 2220 and 2235MHz and the memory is at +1450 which is 8450MHz.  In classy tool the Core voltage is at 1.17500 and Memory voltage is at 1.56250 Load line is 0.  All of the following results put me in the #4 spot in Port Royal HOF 2 cards. My previous best was 21,204 done in early August with the Hydro Coppers. 
 
21,258  http://www.3dmark.com/pr/181665
21,271  http://www.3dmark.com/pr/181674
21,289  http://www.3dmark.com/pr/181691 
21,419  http://www.3dmark.com/pr/181715 
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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/12/01 14:20:58 (permalink)
Oh lol thats a pretty big increase but since you are cooling the core only with a bit of mem cooling too thats pretty good. with 27C die temp and increased mem voltage oh boi my card could do some really neat OC too. It does 1500 memory already np without any voltage increase (in benchmarks) and core is locked 1093mv 2205mhz benchmarks only. Oh and ofc congrats on that placements, does not make me jelly at all lol.
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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/12/01 17:02:17 (permalink)
Awesome. +1  
 
Universal blocks are no joke.  It's basically the most important half of a full block's job and cost. lol

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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/12/01 19:19:34 (permalink)
Grats on top 5!
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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/12/02 02:00:57 (permalink)
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Grats on top 5!


Thanks man!!!!

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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/12/02 02:03:05 (permalink)
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Awesome. +1  
 
Universal blocks are no joke.  It's basically the most important half of a full block's job and cost. lol


Thanks, also kinda shows how effective the copper coated heatsinks and the vrm fan is on the Kingpin 2080ti

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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/12/02 11:28:04 (permalink)
I just finished my build: 
 
3950X with 2 2080ti Kingpins, 64GB 3600 RAM @ 16 CAS, PCIE Gen 4 NVME SSD
 
Interested in this mod but that chiller is quite expensive! (I mean compared to the cost of the cards it's a big lol though)
 
Running the XOC Bios I assume? I'm worried about running that bios on the stock cooler - all benchmarks I've made so far have been with a 22C ambient temperature (portable AC blowing right on the machine).
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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/12/02 11:38:21 (permalink)
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I just finished my build: 
 
3950X with 2 2080ti Kingpins, 64GB 3600 RAM @ 16 CAS, PCIE Gen 4 NVME SSD
 
Interested in this mod but that chiller is quite expensive! (I mean compared to the cost of the cards it's a big lol though)
 
Running the XOC Bios I assume? I'm worried about running that bios on the stock cooler - all benchmarks I've made so far have been with a 22C ambient temperature (portable AC blowing right on the machine).




Yes its the XOC bios !!!

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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/12/02 11:49:19 (permalink)
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I just finished my build: 
 
3950X with 2 2080ti Kingpins, 64GB 3600 RAM @ 16 CAS, PCIE Gen 4 NVME SSD
 
Interested in this mod but that chiller is quite expensive! (I mean compared to the cost of the cards it's a big lol though)
 
Running the XOC Bios I assume? I'm worried about running that bios on the stock cooler - all benchmarks I've made so far have been with a 22C ambient temperature (portable AC blowing right on the machine).




Yes its the XOC bios !!!




In your opinion do you think running the XOC Bios would be beneficial on the stock cooler? I'm running push/pull on both cards with Noctua NF-F12 PPC 2000 PWMs at max when benchmarking. 
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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/12/02 12:00:40 (permalink)
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I just finished my build: 
 
3950X with 2 2080ti Kingpins, 64GB 3600 RAM @ 16 CAS, PCIE Gen 4 NVME SSD
 
Interested in this mod but that chiller is quite expensive! (I mean compared to the cost of the cards it's a big lol though)
 
Running the XOC Bios I assume? I'm worried about running that bios on the stock cooler - all benchmarks I've made so far have been with a 22C ambient temperature (portable AC blowing right on the machine).




Yes its the XOC bios !!!




In your opinion do you think running the XOC Bios would be beneficial on the stock cooler? I'm running push/pull on both cards with Noctua NF-F12 PPC 2000 PWMs at max when benchmarking. 




No the benefits of the XOC bios wouldn't be worth it on the stock coolers or just standard liquid cooling i don't believe. Your best bet would be to flash the LN2 bios to the OC position on the bios switch and that gives you the full fan speeds for the Radiator and the VRM fans but still maintains the heat and voltage safeguards. 

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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/12/08 00:26:38 (permalink)
Thanks for sharing sparetimepc.  Nice mod there and beastly benches too!:)
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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/12/08 03:31:54 (permalink)
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Thanks for sharing sparetimepc.  Nice mod there and beastly benches too!:)




No problem, sometimes experiments and mods are fun to do. Never know what the outcome will be. 

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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/12/10 02:56:39 (permalink)
I do have one of the ekwb thermosphere blocks, bracket, and copper shims for sale on the marketplace if anyone decodes to try the mod. 
https://forums.evga.com/For-Sale-EKWB-Thermosphere-and-G92-Bracket-for-2080-ti-Also-Kingpin-Copper-Shim-m3014251.aspx

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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/12/11 08:40:55 (permalink)
is is at all possible to fit the cover over the supremacy block?
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Re: Modified 2080ti Kingpin Using EKWB and Coldplate 2019/12/11 08:46:38 (permalink)
i want to do this but im not sure if i will if i cant fit the cover back oni was thinking if doing like .25" soft tubing threw the holes the aios were in si it looks the same
 
 
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