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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-28-2018, 05:08 AM - Thread Starter
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Quadro RTX Waterblocks?

I’m split between choosing the Titan RTX or the Quadro RTX 5000. Ideally I wanted to extend my EKWB cooling system to my GPU once I upgraded my existing 1080 card. Will EKWB be making a waterblock available for the Quadro cards?

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-03-2019, 04:10 AM
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Nothing so far, i was also looking forward to EK releasing a waterblock for latest Quadro cards....

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Nothing so far, i was also looking forward to EK releasing a waterblock for latest Quadro cards....
Unless the Quadro cards share the same reference PCB as the RTX cards, we won't be making standalone blocks for them. Sorry

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It seems that RTX4000 has the same PCB with Founders Edition 2070 (PG160 board) , but they also have 2 soldered connectors on top (Stereo & Sync) and missing the far-right ribbon style connector for fans & lighting. Fan connector is next to soldered power supply cables instead.

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Just curious, do you plan overclocking the Quadro ?
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I currently have a Firepro W8000 watercooled. I decided to do it for noise reasons. While having everything watercooled in my workstation, i also tried to bump the frequency up a bit.

Results were great, although not mindblowing (900MHz--> 1050MHz). Still, i kept it that way



So mainly i was planning to get a new pro card and examined if i could keep my watercooled setup. If the RTX4000 can be also slightly overclocked, that would be welcome.

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You might try asking the seller on Amazon about their RTX Quadro water blocks. They're listed as compatible.

While I can't speak to their quality myself, others here are using BYKSKI blocks.

Edit: just noted the date of the OP; oops.

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