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  1. if you own 3dmark on steam you can go to 3dmark.com -> login with steam -> click on settings -> copy the key under " REGISTRATION KEYS"
  2. In that case im Looking for any strong unit, too bad you are in the us
  3. As far as i know he doesnt make them anymore, does he?
  4. Looking for a phase change unit that can mount GPUs, standard nvidia mounting is a must, anything else is a bonus. Maybe someone has one laying around?
  5. 1whiteshark1

    evga evbot

    what is on the cd?
  6. This page: https://hwbot.org/hardware/videocard/geforce_gt_1030_gddr5/ Appears to encounter an exception parsing the Unigine Superposition - 1080P Xtreme Scores.
  7. Mine is LLxxxxxxxxxLU, i can pm you the full number if that helps.
  8. Same situation as 5erveD, destination is Germany and the error is "This number can't be found at this moment. It's not available in the carrier's system yet. Please check back later.".
  9. i dont know what bios you flashed but the 1080 ti strix bios does not have a power limit
  10. Some Background: Even though I have had an EPOWER V for quite a while I found myself using the older EPOWER classified instead. Having Software voltage Control is a must have feature for me since I find the buttons very awkward to use when the EPOWER is mounted on a GPU. When the EPOWER V was released voltage Control over USB-C was promised, but since that still doesn’t exist, I started poking to try and see if I could build a solution myself. To my surprise I found that there is voltage control already implemented. I have no idea why this is hidden, and it doesn’t work over USB, but it does solve my problem of reaching around my card to try and change voltages. I assume I’m not the only one with this problem, so I wrote a guide in hopes that other people find it useful. I also still hope that EVGA releases a solution that works over USB and maybe exposes even more settings. epower_software_V.pdf
  11. no issue here, put a space between 780 and ti
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