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Asus Strix OC 1080Ti: how do they keep it cool?

I flashed the Asus Strix OC VBIOS to my Gigabyte 1080Ti Gaming OC, which finally eliminated by PWR perfcaps and worked great during the winter w/the high power fans I attached to the heatsink. This burning hot summer though was a disaster and I had to pretty much give up on gaming. After I thought I borked my 1080ti I was looking into buying another one off fleabay and it looks like the Asus Strix OC 1080Ti is an air-cooled card but I've read here that water cooling is a requirement for using the Asus Strix OC VBIOS? So how does the ASUS Strix OC handle the power and heat generated by its VBIOS?
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