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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 05-24-2020, 06:06 PM - Thread Starter
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Wanting to water cool my 2080 super.

about two years ago i bought a ekwb 240R for my Vega 64. temps where great then i went and bought a evga 2080 super XC Ultra gaming. i had them both in there, both in the same case on the same psu.
everything was great for a month. Then it would randomly shut off. i re did drivers for AMD and NVIDIA and some of the crashing stopped.
In the end it would still crash so i took the AMD card out and left the NVIDIA card in there and no more crashing. A month and a half ago i had to move cause i got really really sick and my family believed that i had gotten covid-19. they had me move and then i got checked at the hospital to see if i had it and the test came back negative.
with moving i had to let things settle down to see what my bills would end up being at the new house and now that i know how much money i have left over i want to re-due restart a new water setup.

my setup right now is

case:
LIAN LI: PC-O11AIR RGB Black
motherboard:
asus tuf x570 plus wi fi
cpu:
AMD ryzen 7 3700x corsair h100i v2
ram:
32gb corsair vengeance rgb pro 3000Mhz
video card:
evga 2080 super xc ultra gaming.
psu:
corsair ax1500i
mouse:
logitech g502
keyboard:
Corsair K70 mk2 LP

what i want to do is just cool the gpu i was going to use all of my other parts from the other loop but that rad is aluminum. this time i also want to go hard tubing. so i was looking at this.

https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-quantum...b-nickel-plexi for the waterblock

https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-coolstream-xe-360-triple for the rad.

https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-hd-petg...2mm-500mm-2pcs for the tubing

https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-quantum...wm-d-rgb-plexi for the res.

https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-hd-tube...-kit-10and12mm
what i want to know is would this all work? or would it be a waste of time.
also if possible i was looking for a monoblock for my asus tuf gaming x570 plus.

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 05-24-2020, 06:57 PM
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A hard tube GPU loop with the CPU on an AIO seems a bit silly.. I would either ditch the AIO and hard line the whole system, or just do a simple soft tube loop for the GPU.

As for if it would all work, yes the parts you selected would work. I don't think liquid cooling is ever a waste of time. I think it's a fun process and having better temps/less noise is an awesome benefit.

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