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Gigabyte GTX 1080 Ti Turbo blower photos tear-down 2 months 2 weeks ago #17215

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The card is the GeForceĀ® GTX 1080 Ti Turbo 11G. GV-N108TTURBO-11GD
www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TTURBO-11GD#kf
hope this one comes through
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Gigabyte GTX 1080TI Turbo blower photos tear-down 2 months 2 weeks ago #17216

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incomplete die contact
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I assume the Holtek Chip with "ARM" on the backside is an adavanced flash processor. The TI 3221 which was mentioned several times by Stephen and buildzoid on other 1080ti's is also on frontside, thought this would be larger.. After reassembling the card with new thermal paste kryonaut I see improvements as the corners of the die are now all in contact with the paste. OC potential rose and higher clocks gaming is more stable in frequencies.

I tried OC successfully with xoc oc bios. So with this relatively "low end" 1080ti approximately clocking up to 2050 MHz is ok now (for benchmarking, little lower goes for gaming sessions).
Previously: max clock very short before gpu reset was 2012MHz, longer gaming sessions were quickly down to 1936MHz, now after reassemlbling max. tested clock short was 2080s. I stoppped then because I'm only interested in stable ones, so 2050MHz and below are more stable and gaming works quieter and more constant in clocks now 2000MHz possible constantly at 1,093Volts, but could higher if pressed.

Would be cool if a piece of software existed that would diagnose incomplete thermal paste - as this big chips already have several measurement points and not only one.

feel free to use and share the photos. I have some more if interested.
Greetings to Stephen - thanks for your tear down videos and buildzoid for your explanations...

Frank
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Gigabyte GTX 1080 Ti Turbo blower photos tear-down 1 month 1 week ago #17450

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Hi! Thanks for the teardown - I have this card and am about to replace the original TIM with Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut - I want to replace the thermal pads as well with Alphacool Eisschicht (Sarcon XR-m).
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