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Update:
I recieved my Prolimatech mk-26 today. I mounted 30x Enzotech mos-c1 on my GTX 980 mosfets.

VRM stays at 45c. And GPU core reached 62c. This was done with heaven benchmark for 1 hour. I use 2x BeQuiet Silent Wings 2 120mm fans on the mk-26. They both run at constant 600RPM.
So yeah, I got the Raijintek Morpheus 2 too. Two highend VGA coolers to chose between wink.gif

I could keep my Asus strix backplate on with the mk-26. And then I used the mk-26 backplate to mount on top of the strix backplate. 1 thing I'm not a fan about the mk-26 is how much pressure you need to tigthen the 4 screws with. They just keep going and going. Furthermore because of that, you never know when you got even pressure with all 4 screws.

Those temps are not bad,although you are running fans only at 600RPM,running them at higher RPM you should have better temps too,did you tried to run them higher than 600RPM

I'm running Raijintek Morpheus II with EK Vardar F3 1850RPM,mostly I'm running them at 1200RPM and my temps don't exceed 50°C and that's in 4-6 hour rendering session and next to Titan X is Zotac GTX 1080 AMP edition which usually sits at 72-77°C,tried to render only with Titan X and temps never exceeded 46°C with 1200RPM

Thermal paste I'm using Noctua NH-H1

Hope this helps

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Those temps are not bad,although you are running fans only at 600RPM,running them at higher RPM you should have better temps too,did you tried to run them higher than 600RPM

I'm running Raijintek Morpheus II with EK Vardar F3 1850RPM,mostly I'm running them at 1200RPM and my temps don't exceed 50°C and that's in 4-6 hour rendering session and next to Titan X is Zotac GTX 1080 AMP edition which usually sits at 72-77°C,tried to render only with Titan X and temps never exceeded 46°C with 1200RPM

Thermal paste I'm using Noctua NH-H1

Hope this helps

Thanks,Jura

If I run max RPM, I dont think I will see that much difference. BeQuiet SW2 are known for being perfect case fans combined with very low noise. They are not the best radiator / heatsink performers.

But I'll try later today (or tomorrow) running max RPM and see what improvment I'll be getting.
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post #13 of 21
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If I run max RPM, I dont think I will see that much difference. BeQuiet SW2 are known for being perfect case fans combined with very low noise. They are not the best radiator / heatsink performers.

But I'll try later today (or tomorrow) running max RPM and see what improvment I'll be getting.

Hi there

I've run too BeQuiet fans and yes I agree those fans are not best heatsink/radiator fans,temps has been higher

You will see there,but I wanted to run something which have good performance on the rad and heatsink and really they're not so loud if I running them under 1500RPM,around 1600-1850RPM they're louder,but still not so loud than as Corsair jet fighter fans

Hope this helps and all the best there:thumb:

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Hi there

Did you check this older thread

https://m.reddit.com/r/buildapc/comments/33ox1z/aircooling_an_asus_gtx980_strix_with_a_raijintek/

And as above you can drill extra holes or add there spacer

Regarding the width,my Raijintek will take 4 PCIE slots with EK Vardar fans installed and height is no higher than any other GPU there

Hope this helps

Thanks,Jura

When you say the Raijintk Morpheus II takes 4 PCIe slots do you mean in addition to the two required by GPU itself, so six total? Or 4 total PCIe slots including the GPU?
post #15 of 21
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When you say the Raijintk Morpheus II takes 4 PCIe slots do you mean in addition to the two required by GPU itself, so six total? Or 4 total PCIe slots including the GPU?

Hi there

Raijintek Morpheus II requires 4 PCIe slots in total this has been in my case,but still has been well worth in my opinion, great cooler

My load temps never been higher than 42-45 °C on Titan X SC Maxwell with 1469MHz OC with fans running at 1000-1100RPM

Hope this helps

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post #16 of 21
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Hi there

Raijintek Morpheus II requires 4 PCIe slots in total this has been in my case,but still has been well worth in my opinion, great cooler

My load temps never been higher than 42-45 °C on Titan X SC Maxwell with 1469MHz OC with fans running at 1000-1100RPM

Hope this helps

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Thanks Jura, those are really excellent temps for a Titan X Maxwell. What kind of GPU vcore are you running to get to 1469 MHz.?
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Thanks Jura, those are really excellent temps for a Titan X Maxwell. What kind of GPU vcore are you running to get to 1469 MHz.?

Hi there

I'm pretty sure I've run only extra 50mV extra and vCore not sure,will need to check my screenshot what I took

But highest temperature what I've seen has been 50°C with fans running at 850RPM, but still at 1000-1200RPM fans has been pretty quiet,quieter than my Zotac GTX1080 AMP

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Hi @8051

Here is picture how it looks previously(right now running custom water loop)

As you can see with fans this cooler will take 4 PCIe slots



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Old topic of mine.
But as an update, I do use the Prolimatech mk-26 on my gtx 980. I also got a Raijintek Morpheus 2 laying around. But for now, I use the Prolimatech mk-26.
My temperature for my Asus GTX 980 with 2x BeQuiet silent wings 2 120mm running 500RPM, is 71c under load.
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post #20 of 21
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Hi @8051

Here is picture how it looks previously(right now running custom water loop)

As you can see with fans this cooler will take 4 PCIe slots



Hope this helps

Thanks, Jura

Jura are those 140mm x 25mm fans attached to the prolimatech mk-26?
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