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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-25-2018, 03:17 PM - Thread Starter
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Cooling the Nvidia Titan-V...

Hey lads,
Question for you. My Titan-V is scheduled to arrive in a few days. I do not have a water brick. The only cooling mechanisms I have in my rig are the Corsair Hydro Cooler, and Arctic Cooler MX-2 Thermal Compound. These are probably helpful but I know not a long term solution, and I need something to directly cool the GPU. Unfortunately, the only company that seems one as of now seems a bit dodgy. Example, I found this one:

https://www.amazon.com/Bykski-Coolin.../dp/B078YQJS9W

I had a company that specializes in custom-built PCs install my other water-based cooling system, so I have no experience with this and installing it. Can anyone give me a bit of info? A. Is it worth the price? B. How difficult is it to install? C. Without it, how long can I expect my card to function sans any major problems?

thanks so much!
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Bitspower and EK make water blocks for the Titan V, which you would use in a custom open loop cooling system.

I'm very happy with my Bitspower blocks since they don't block the NVLink connectors and I am working on enabling NVLink for the Titan V, eventually hoping to be able to basically SLI them since I have two cards installed and NVLink supports SLI as a technology.

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This is probably a dumb question, but can anyone confirm with the Bitspower blocks that flow should go a specific way? mine are vertical because the whole case has a horizontal motherboard, but it looks like the liquid channels in the blocks never fill up all the way having the 'left' (towards IO side) as inlets and 'right' as outlets.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Kalm_Traveler View Post
This is probably a dumb question, but can anyone confirm with the Bitspower blocks that flow should go a specific way? mine are vertical because the whole case has a horizontal motherboard, but it looks like the liquid channels in the blocks never fill up all the way having the 'left' (towards IO side) as inlets and 'right' as outlets.
I think u need to exhaust bubble again.
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Quote: Originally Posted by wesley8 View Post
I think u need to exhaust bubble again.

Thanks - I ended up redoing the whole loop and switching the inlet and outlet sides on the blocks, no more bubbles

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