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Whats a good way to cool the GTX 1070 and CPU at a reasonable price. I have the founders edition 1070 and a 5820k CPU. any help in addressing this is greatly appreciated.
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post #2 of 8 Old 07-02-2016, 07:34 AM
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buy a cheap second hand AIO and mount it with zipties
you can also use the card's Mid-Plate for cooling VRMs and VRAMs

i did the exact same for my R9 290 a year ago and was worth every penny thumb.gif
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Maybe start of with better TIM?

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Tim wont save the crappy ref cooler
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The G-10s work really well on there. As long as your VRMs have heat sinks, either factory or installed by you, they are a good option with an AIO. Temps in the G-10 thread have been ranging from 40C on non overclocked versions of the 1070 to low 60s C on heavily overclocked 1070s and 1080s. Average is in the mid 50s I believe.

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