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So one of your 1080Ti's will burst to 45A draw at 12V? That's 540 Watts for one card!

Do you think a universal water block could work as well for 1080Ti's as your full coverage water block?

Key word is burst - ultimately its a blip or pike on the chart (I'll see if I can screenshot similar later / while gaming tonight).

I don't think a universal will work well at ALL - the VRMs produce a lot of heat, the RAM produces heat, I wouldn't trust something like a Kraken G10 - great for a 1060 or 1050, not for a 1080Ti. And frankly, $30 vs $90-120 shouldn't be a deciding factor on a $700+ GPU wink.gif
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post #52 of 52
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Originally Posted by davidmoffitt View Post

Key word is burst - ultimately its a blip or pike on the chart (I'll see if I can screenshot similar later / while gaming tonight).

I don't think a universal will work well at ALL - the VRMs produce a lot of heat, the RAM produces heat, I wouldn't trust something like a Kraken G10 - great for a 1060 or 1050, not for a 1080Ti. And frankly, $30 vs $90-120 shouldn't be a deciding factor on a $700+ GPU wink.gif

Pugetsystems did a review on the Kraken G10 so I see your point:

https://www.pugetsystems.com/labs/articles/NZXT-Kraken-G10-Review-527/

But if you had the VRM's sinked it wouldn't be a problem would it? I suppose the RAM just has to bake w/a Kraken G10 though.
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