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post #6390 of (permalink) Old 02-17-2019, 08:34 PM
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Hello friends!
Looking at the possibility of joining the 2080ti club.
This would be for my 3d/mograph/vfx work, mostly redshift gpu rendering, and of course gaming here and there on my triple monitor setup and streaming to my 4k tv.
Currently running 2 1080ti FE cards on water. They would go into a render node.
Planning to run water on two 2080 tis as well.
Learning from my past mistake, I won't go with FE cards again in hopes of better clocks.
Leaning towards the EVGA FTW3 with waterblock preinstalled.
Wondering if it would be worth waiting for the kingpin variant, or if I'm better off getting a specific card and putting my own blocks on it. Probably the phanteks or ekwb vector block if that's the better route.
What do y'all suggest? Still combing through this thread.


EDIT: formatting, OCN seems to put a ton of spaces between my line breaks...

ZMT watercool setup -- Phanteks Enthoo Elite -- hwlabs gtr 420 x 2 -- noctua A14 PWM x8 -- d5 pwm -- 9900x -- x299 TUF Mk1
EK Supremacy RGB-- 64gb 3200 tridentZ Royal CL14 -- AX1500i -- 2x 7600p on hyper m.2 VROC 4TB -- EK ZMT Tubing -- Ek Fittings -- dual 1080ti FE -- EK 1080ti Waterblocks -- asus 25" monitors x3 7680x1440 surround
Bertha 5.0
(21 items)
CPU
i7 9900x
Motherboard
X299 TUF Mk1
GPU
GeForce 1080ti FE
GPU
GeForce 1080ti FE
RAM
G.Skill Trident Z
Hard Drive
7600p
Hard Drive
WD Black
Power Supply
Corsair AX1500i
Cooling
HWLabs GTR 420 Radiators x2
Cooling
EK 1080Ti waterblock x2
Cooling
EXWB Supremacy RGB
Cooling
EK D5 PWM Revo pump res combo
Cooling
EK X3 Res
Cooling
EK ZMT Tubing
Case
Phanteks Enthoo Elite
Operating System
Win 10 Pro
Monitor
Asus pb258q x3
Keyboard
Asus Claymore MX Brown
Mouse
Asus ROG Spatha
Audio
SoundBlasterX AE-5
Other
Asus Hyper M.2
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