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Old 28-11-18, 01:42 PM
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Yep, Heaven and Valley are nice tests to run in a loop for 30mins or so.

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Old 28-11-18, 02:05 PM
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If your Radiator is getting hot after 5 mins the loop is working and the problem is somewhere else.

Don't use Furmark for testing as it kills GPUs and any results you get from it are pointless anyway as some vendors get their cards to throttle when it is detected.

Test your GPU using something like Unigine Heaven 4 on max settings for 30mins.

If your rad is getting hot maybe you should be looking at trying a bigger one and better fans. 2080 Ti cards can produce a lot of heat but having said that a 240mm rad should be up to the job.

How're your cards holding up ? Gonna put them under water ? I know the FTW3 Ultra cooler is really good but would love to see temps etc... on those bad boys, Unleash the beast as it were
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Old 28-11-18, 02:19 PM
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How're your cards holding up ? Gonna put them under water ? I know the FTW3 Ultra cooler is really good but would love to see temps etc... on those bad boys, Unleash the beast as it were
Coolers are very good and as I will be using them mostly for gaming I will leave them on air.

When the fans turned up and the cards overclocked I can keep the temps on both cards under 60c which is pretty good for an SLI setup where the top card always gets to run a bit warm.
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Old 28-11-18, 02:20 PM
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Coolers are very good and as I will be using them mostly for gaming I will leave them on air.

When the fans turned up and the cards overclocked I can keep the temps on both cards under 60c which is pretty good for an SLI setup where the top card always gets to run a bit warm.

60'c is a good temp, I was tempted by the FTW3, My finger was hovering over the buy button but I exercised self control for once
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Old 29-11-18, 08:47 AM
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60'c is a good temp, I was tempted by the FTW3, My finger was hovering over the buy button but I exercised self control for once
What happened to the "im holding onto my money"

I knew you couldnt resist. Colleague of mine tried RTX in BF 5 with a 2080ti and couldnt cope with the fps tanking down to 38fps...
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What happened to the "im holding onto my money"

I knew you couldnt resist. Colleague of mine tried RTX in BF 5 with a 2080ti and couldnt cope with the fps tanking down to 38fps...

Never said I bought it, I was close though
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