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MSI Armor OC 1080ti: Is my PCB the reference board?

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i wanted to ask if anyone can id if this is the same as the FE reference boards in regards to the use of waterblocks. I contacted EKWB and they basically told me they were unsure...

Here is a picture of my card...
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Custom
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Yeah that's not stock for sure.

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From what I understand it is a Gaming X without RGB, a back plate, or the updated twinfrozr cooler. Likely have to wait until the custom MSI PCB block to come out around may. Which is going to feel like forever if they don't figure out their little fan speed debacle.
 
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The advantage of this card is that it DOES have a stock VRM and memory plate which is NOT attached to the main cooler.
So if you can pick up a (used) Accelero Xtreme III or IV (or have it laying around) you can have oustanding cooling just by screwing that thing on there smile.gif
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