How would one know how to answer this question? I have an EK predator 360 and a 5930K cpu and founders 1080 and it cools just fine, but other than subjectively, how does one answer this question. Is there a standardized methodology someone has worked out? Perhaps there is a ceiling where the 360 just wouldn't cool no even with 100% pump and fan, but what % fan/pump is typical and what temps are typical for a 360. I was running FurMark yesterday at ten minute intervals and found:
at room temp was about 24C
Idle before starting FurMark GPU was 34C
10m into FurMark GPU 58C fan/pump 38%
20m 60C 39%
30m 61C 40%
40m 61C 40%
50m 61C 40%
I imagine I could add another 1080 GPU if I were willing to tolerate higher fan/pump speed acoustics. When I set fan/pump to 100% heat is really pushed out of the system, but its much too loud for casual game play. My bet is EK would answer yes to your question, but really you'd want to know how easily the two GPUs would be handled. It'd probably be important to know what ambient temperatures you expect and how well your case and fans handle heat and your anticipated 360 placement in your case. As a note I have a cramped case with obstructed fans and a Phanteks EVOLV ATX Mid Tower with the 360 exhausting into an obstructed top chamber (top is not resting on clips for added ventilation).
Originally Posted by neogeohunter
Anyone here tried to add two graphic card to the loop of the EK Predator 360? I would like to add two Asus GTX 1080 Strix in the loop of the EK Predator 360, but I don't know if it can handle the cooling of 2 GPUs and 1 CPU....
Thanks for your help guys!