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Copper block and aluminium is used in a lot of AIOs, but some of them give 5 years of warranty, like Corsair. I always will recommend a proper custom loop, either copper or aluminium, but not mixed, but using AIOs is a performance-to-cost effective. I was thinking in getting a custom loop, but it is not worth comparing the temps and the price of using two AIOs to cool CPU and GPU. I delay that purchase.

Also, the 120mm radiator is used in the Fury X and the Vega 64, which consumes A LOT. Are you guys sure that a 120mm radiator is so limited to cool a 1080, that is consuming much less?

Yes it matters a lot because most consumer watercooling parts are only made to run at 60C water temperature. The Fury AIO uses much more expensive Temperature resistant O-rings so it can sustain 60C water temperatures without damage.

So if you do end up expanding an AIO but using readily available consumer fittings, rads, blocks etc etc it is a very good idea to be more generous with the cooling power.

Also I did mention, the 120mm rad is equivalent to the monstrous Aorus Triple slot GTX 1080ti cooler with its fans going at 100% capacity. It is sufficient for a 1080 but you wanna stay below that 60C operating temperature as mauch as possible.
post #10822 of 11235
My TXP on a hybrid AIO (same pump as the 1080/1080Ti/TXP/TXp hybrid) maxes out somewhere around 65C in a subpar airflow situation. This is, however, with a much quieter 120mm fan than provided and much quieter than an air cooler at 100%.
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A 240mm radiator it is, then. Lets hope I can get one cheap. rolleyes.gif
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Got a really nice offer for my GTX970 and decided to sell it and get a GTX1080.
Went for the EVGA blower edition card.
Tried Palit GTX 1080 but open air cooler just heated everything else so much - even the case was hot to the touch.
Card fits in the case with few milimeters to spare, really tight fit.
Changed power target to 120% and increased temp limit. It boosts to 1911 MHz by itself and does not go over 84c. Haven't tried overclocking yet. Not that there is much need for it.thumb.gif
post #10825 of 11235
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Yes it matters a lot because most consumer watercooling parts are only made to run at 60C water temperature. The Fury AIO uses much more expensive Temperature resistant O-rings so it can sustain 60C water temperatures without damage.

So if you do end up expanding an AIO but using readily available consumer fittings, rads, blocks etc etc it is a very good idea to be more generous with the cooling power.

Also I did mention, the 120mm rad is equivalent to the monstrous Aorus Triple slot GTX 1080ti cooler with its fans going at 100% capacity. It is sufficient for a 1080 but you wanna stay below that 60C operating temperature as mauch as possible.

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My TXP on a hybrid AIO (same pump as the 1080/1080Ti/TXP/TXp hybrid) maxes out somewhere around 65C in a subpar airflow situation. This is, however, with a much quieter 120mm fan than provided and much quieter than an air cooler at 100%.

good to know guys, thanks
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[The Fury AIO uses much more expensive Temperature resistant O-rings so it can sustain 60C water temperatures without damage.

Just what cheap and crappy o-rings are being used that are rated at less than 100C? Much more likely to have problems if using acrylic or acetal materials.
post #10827 of 11235
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Just what cheap and crappy o-rings are being used that are rated at less than 100C? Much more likely to have problems if using acrylic or acetal materials.

Eh, thats what XSPC advised me despite their Raystorm Pro being entirely metal. I was reasearching the safety of Indigo Extreme's re-flow procedure on block integrity. Something about the EPDM in their O-rings being at risk if it has to sustain 60c but it can tolerate up to 100C for short periods of time.
Edited by Dasboogieman - 9/20/17 at 10:19pm
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Here's one of the older XSPC products


Also with my system I don't like the way there isn't any pressure relief when the water heats up except for expansion of the tubing. Having said that haven't had any problems so far.
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Here's one of the older XSPC products


Also with my system I don't like the way there isn't any pressure relief when the water heats up except for expansion of the tubing. Having said that haven't had any problems so far.

I use pressure release valves. They work beautifully and are relatively cheap.
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Sorry if this is a noob question but can a regular 1080 overclock to 11gbps on the RAM and what clocks in afterburner would I need to achieve it? plus 500 on the RAM slider?
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