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Re: Titan X Pascal Performance 2016/10/11 09:25:34 (permalink)
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I spent some time this weekend installing the EVGA 1080 Hybrid kit onto my Titan X P:
 

 
Temps Running folding @ home work unit:
 

 
I can confirm that the GPU block from the EVGA 1080 Hybrid kit works great for the Titan X P.  You can use the existing Titan PCB heat spreader, and the EVGA block.
 
Unfortunately, you have to totally disassemble the card to get at the fan plug.  Not too scary, just take your time.




Nice write-up! I was waiting for confirmation if the 1080 Hybrid worked for the Titan X Pascal. But why did you unplug the fan? Shouldn't it still be on to cool the VRMs?




You have to connect the AIO pump head to the PCB.  This cable is a splitter cable that you also connect the shroud fan into.
 
In order to get at this connector, you have to totally disassemble the card.
 
Does that make more sense?


damn!!! that looks sexy all around.. dangit.. sooo tempted now.... 


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Re: Titan X Pascal Performance 2016/10/11 11:20:05 (permalink)
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I hate you guys.

I told myself I would NOT purchase a Titan X Pascal. Well.. My card now has a $1299.99 deficit. All of y'all talking about how amazing the performance is made me buy one. I will be sending each and everyone who has participated in this thread an invoice for $5.00.

LOL gratz! ;)
 

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Re: Titan X Pascal Performance 2016/10/11 12:39:43 (permalink)
Do you guys think it's realistic to try and use the Corsair SF600 for a 4.6GHz (1.315v) 6700K and the Titan X Pascal (2000MHz 5500Mem)?

I want to fit all this into an NCase M1..
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Re: Titan X Pascal Performance 2016/10/13 06:50:12 (permalink)
Got the Titan X P stable at 2050 MHz GPU clock at 46 C with my hybrid kit mod...I think it still has more room to go.
 
(My method is a tweak, test for stability, and then fold for 24 to 48 hours on the card before upping the frequency again.)
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Re: Titan X Pascal Performance 2016/10/30 18:30:20 (permalink)
I got my Titan X Pascal to 2110 MHz GPU clock at 44C with my EKWB Predator Loop.
Method Heaven's bench mark.



 




 
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Re: Titan X Pascal Performance 2016/10/30 19:57:32 (permalink)
 
Thanks for the pics! It's not much as far as aesthetics go, but it certainly looks like it means serious business.
 
Do you have your fans set up to push or pull?
 
The 360 wont fit in my case without modding (Corsair Carbide Air 540) and even then it's very tight fit, but someone did it, although only with the CPU cooler, not GPU as well.That will only fit front mounted, not top mounted.
 
The 240 will fit if top mounted like yours...  but because of the way EK have made the radiator and pump with the tubing coming out the opposite side from the fans, it would mean top mounting would have fans set up to pull not push for me, which is not ideal (the location of my case is semi-enclosed, so intake from the top would be a very bad idea). Plus not sure I want CPU *and* GPU being cooled by a single 240 radiator.
 
The EVGA 1080 Hybrid (which I had for a little while) does fit in front, and I can still have the Corsair CPU cooler at the top separate, so this would be the better option (and cheaper) unless I want to mod my case.
 
Thanks for making me do more research on this though, lol. :)
 
Great link to check how (if) it fits in your case:
http://www.ekwb.com/predator/case-compatibility-list/
 
 
 
 

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Re: Titan X Pascal Performance 2016/10/30 20:39:44 (permalink)
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Thanks for the pics! It's not much as far as aesthetics go, but it certainly looks like it means serious business.
 
Do you have your fans set up to push or pull?
 
The 360 wont fit in my case without modding (Corsair Carbide Air 540) and even then it's very tight fit, but someone did it, although only with the CPU cooler, not GPU as well.That will only fit front mounted, not top mounted.
 
The 240 will fit if top mounted like yours...  but because of the way EK have made the radiator and pump with the tubing coming out the opposite side from the fans, it would mean top mounting would have fans set up to pull not push for me, which is not ideal (the location of my case is semi-enclosed, so intake from the top would be a very bad idea). Plus not sure I want CPU *and* GPU being cooled by a single 240 radiator.
 
The EVGA 1080 Hybrid (which I had for a little while) does fit in front, and I can still have the Corsair CPU cooler at the top separate, so this would be the better option (and cheaper) unless I want to mod my case.
 
Thanks for making me do more research on this though, lol. :)
 
Great link to check how (if) it fits in your case:
http://www.ekwb.com/predator/case-compatibility-list/
 
 
 
 

It's setup to pull from the case. I had a Corsair H110i and this Preditor 360 AIO is 6c cooler at the CPU even with the full cover block on my GPU. I really like this setup.




 
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Re: Titan X Pascal Performance 2016/10/30 20:52:37 (permalink)
 
Yeah there's no denying the EK Predator is certainly effective. I use a Corsair H105 to cool the CPU. I could almost be tempted to do the modding on my case for the 360 radiator and front mount it... but then I'd lose the nice false carbon fiber floor I put in it lol (although I have a Z97 Classy in there now and Titan XP GPU, custom ram lights, diff case fans etc. etc.). 


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Re: Titan X Pascal Performance 2017/01/07 08:28:35 (permalink)
Where are all you Titan XP overclockers?




 
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Re: Titan X Pascal Performance 2017/01/07 08:40:10 (permalink)
Folding 24/7 at 2100 MHz -- they will clock much higher, but not stable Folding ---- Rig 1 signature
 
 
 
 

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Re: Titan X Pascal Performance 2017/01/07 09:09:26 (permalink)
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Folding 24/7 at 2100 MHz -- they will clock much higher, but not stable Folding ---- Rig 1 signature
 
 
 
 


Very nice! I was able to get my Titan to 240 on the core and 550 memory Stable in Unigine Valley for two hours. Very happy with my card.




 
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