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What is the cheapest 1080 I can get out there, that I can slap an EK or XSPC waterblock on it?

Most all the AIB's have a low cost option. MSI AERO / Asus Turbo. Doesn't matter which as they all use the same PCB.
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Guys who have watercooled (AIO) their 1080s:

Is one thick 120mm rad like H80i or Arctic Liquid Freezer 120mm enough to cool a 1080 to stay below 50s? I'm really not sure if 240mm would be overkill.
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Most all the AIB's have a low cost option. MSI AERO / Asus Turbo. Doesn't matter which as they all use the same PCB.

The turbo is not a reference design, no waterblock available. Just looked at the pics for the aero, it doesn't have an nvidia logo by the pcie slot, there's a possibility that it may not be a reference design either.
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post #5234 of 10622
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Originally Posted by juniordnz View Post

Guys who have watercooled (AIO) their 1080s:



Is one thick 120mm rad like H80i or Arctic Liquid Freezer 120mm enough to cool a 1080 to stay below 50s? I'm really not sure if 240mm would be overkill.

I have with G10 + 240mm rad and temps at max load with 2200mhz stays in low 40C so i dont think 120mm will be enough but if its 40mm-50mm thick may do the job
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Originally Posted by GanGstaOne View Post

I have with G10 + 240mm rad and temps at max load with 2200mhz stays in low 40C so i dont think 120mm will be enough but if its 40mm-50mm thick may do the job

I would only consider both 120mm that I said because they are thick, 38mm and 42mm if im not mistaken. But I'm still afraid of buying it and not working. I may test my old H80i with ziplocks and MX4 to see if it's enough, If not, I get a 280 or 240.
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Originally Posted by juniordnz View Post

Guys who have watercooled (AIO) their 1080s:

Is one thick 120mm rad like H80i or Arctic Liquid Freezer 120mm enough to cool a 1080 to stay below 50s? I'm really not sure if 240mm would be overkill.

My FE and H90 in push/pull with the best Noctua 140mm fans does 45c max. Kryonaut too.

You wouldn't get under 50c I'd think. Around 52-55c.
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I'm thinking - NVIDIA_DEV.1BA0 = "NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080" - will be the mobile variant. Apparently it's a full fat 1080.

Yep. It's not MXM either... I can't even explain how much that pisses me off.
Edited by nexxusty - 8/15/16 at 6:16pm
post #5237 of 10622
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Originally Posted by shadow85 View Post

What is the cheapest 1080 I can get out there, that I can slap an EK or XSPC waterblock on it?

Get an AMOR, same PCB/Power design as GamingX/Z. EK make FC waterblocks for it, just search for TF6.
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My FE and H90 in push/pull with the best Noctua 140mm fans does 45c max. Kryonaut too.

You wouldn't get under 50c I'd think. Around 52-55c.

Why? Because of my crazy room temps?

I really need it to stay mid 40s, otherwise it's just not worth it. I guess I won't be able to go cheap on this....
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Originally Posted by juniordnz View Post

Get an AMOR, same PCB/Power design as GamingX/Z. EK make FC waterblocks for it, just search for TF6.
Why? Because of my crazy room temps?

I really need it to stay mid 40s, otherwise it's just not worth it. I guess I won't be able to go cheap on this....

H90 is 140mm, I just think a 120mm Rad wouldn't do under 50c. My room temp is always under 24c though. Usually as close to 22c as possible.

I get 45c loaded at 2100mhz 1.0500v with a 140mm Rad in push/pull. I really doubt a 120mm Rad would do under 50c, even in my rooms environment.

What are your ambient room Temps? Anything above 24c and it's not happening. Positive of that.
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Originally Posted by nexxusty View Post

H90 is 140mm, I just think a 120mm Rad wouldn't do under 50c. My room temp is always under 24c though. Usually as close to 22c as possible.

I get 45c loaded at 2100mhz 1.0500v with a 140mm Rad in push/pull. I really doubt a 120mm Rad would do under 50c, even in my rooms environment.

What are your ambient room Temps? Anything above 24c and it's not happening. Positive of that.

Most of the year around 28. Sometimes during summer 32, and during winter 22-24. Yeah, it's hot.

You do know that both H80i and Arctic Liquid Freezer are very thick rads right? Yours must be 27mm, H80i 38mm and Arctic's even more than that.

I believe I can wait till summer and test my old Coolit H80i with "macgiver ziptie mod" and see how it handles the heat. I need 47C tops to make it worth it.
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Originally Posted by juniordnz View Post

Most of the year around 28. Sometimes during summer 32, and during winter 22-24. Yeah, it's hot.

You do know that both H80i and Arctic Liquid Freezer are very thick rads right? Yours must be 27mm, H80i 38mm and Arctic's even more than that.

I believe I can wait till summer and test my old Coolit H80i with "macgiver ziptie mod" and see how it handles the heat. I need 47C tops to make it worth it.

Room Temp? Ugh that sucks... I couldn't even sleep in 28c, let alone 32c.

A 120mm×120mm×38mm Rad might do it. I would hedge bets to say it would be close. Not on 32c days though. No way.



Try. I would. Do push/pull for that extra 1-2c.
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