With the new EKWB Fluid Gaming RTX Waterblocks out, I noticed that my ASUS Dual OC 2080 isn't on the list of compatible GPU's. Looking at the PCB between the Founder's and mine, there isn't any difference as they both are reference PCBs so it should be compatible right? Or am I overlooking something?
sorry to sound ignorant, I have been out of the loop for quite a while and just got my 2080 last week. What is special about the 400A-A1?
Edit: never mind, figured it out, the A1 is a better bin, makes the list on the first page make allot more sense. According to the chart, mine should be a non-A. I am pretty sure I am going to step up to a 2080TI around the next pay period, so I am not going to pull the blower off to check, but its good info to know when doing the step up.
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