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GPU Y910 AIO

2018-05-10, 5:20 AM

Hi, this is a quick question -  does anyone else have any overheating problems with their GPU in Y910 AIO? Would it be possible to fit in a aftermarket GTX 1070 (e.g from msi) in it? If so, would it have any significant improvements with the GPU temps?

 

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Re: GPU Y910 AIO

2018-05-10, 17:57 PM

Yes you can, Ive done it. I had an EVGA 1080 and it ran perfect.

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2018-06-17, 23:04 PM

I also had an overheating issue but it appeared to not be the GPU and actually it was the Power Supply.

i still have yet to replace it. I did replace the GPU though and temperatures seemed the same. Blower style cards usually run about the same. And I could not find any non blower cards to replace it.

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2018-08-27, 17:21 PM
which evga model did you use and how did you get it to stay in, since the computer uses some custom metal holder for the FE card which would block one of the dual fans on a evga card

am interested to what you done to yours and what kinda temp change did you get please :)
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Re: GPU Y910 AIO

2018-10-15, 3:01 AM

Does anyone tried to install latest NVidia cards like RTX 2080 or 2080Ti?

I concerned about the card size and power these consume.

Currently I have GTX1080 im my setup and road of turbine is blow my mind especialy after the point when I installed watercooling kit for CPU. 

GTX1080 consume 180W versus 215W for RTX2080 & 225W for RTX2080Ti. 

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Re: GPU Y910 AIO

2019-05-10, 19:35 PM

I have a 1080ti installed and no crashes or overheating issues whatsoever.

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Re: GPU Y910 AIO

2019-05-10, 19:53 PM
how did you get the 1080ti to work as for me it wouldn't after gaming for like 20min as the pc would power off and the wattage meter was reading 400w+ when checked it lol

the psu is only a 380w platinum unit and i got a RTX2080 in mine now which nearly hits 380w
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Re: GPU Y910 AIO

2019-05-10, 19:55 PM

Well my particular configuration is with an i5. Idk if the 65w TDP for the CPU plays a role in allowing more wattage to be available for the GPU.

 

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Re: GPU Y910 AIO

2019-05-10, 20:03 PM

Interesting as I have the i7 cpu but it still 65w tdp 

 

The i5 not a bottleneck then for the 1080ti?

 

Be interesting know the wattage use yours has when gaming tho... as take it you used an adapter for the dual 8pin gpu sockets? 

 

Is it a FE 1080ti or?

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Re: GPU Y910 AIO

2019-05-10, 20:18 PM

I haven't noticed any bottlenecking from the it in games but I'm sure it is. It might be more significant in a 4k setup rather than a 2k. 

 

I can try and measure total wattage being consumed by my system and I'll post the results here later.

 

I actually found a 1080ti that has and 8 and 6 pin rather than the 2 8 pin that most other cards have. It's an EVGA gtx 1080ti icx

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