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    ThrashZone said: View Post
    Hi, @Kol12
    Nice all that's left is a gpu block
    Thanks Thrash. Only thing is that a GPU water block probably isn't going to fit in this case, it's too skinny. So I'm thinking about the Lian Li 011 Dynamic case for when I get the GPU water block. I don't have many options for a water block for the EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 either. There's EVGA's Hydro Copper which is quite nice and EKWB are supposed to be making a block for this card.
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    Kol12 said: View Post
    Thanks Thrash. Only thing is that a GPU water block probably isn't going to fit in this case, it's too skinny. So I'm thinking about the Lian Li 011 Dynamic case for when I get the GPU water block. I don't have many options for a water block for the EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 either. There's EVGA's Hydro Copper which is quite nice and EKWB are supposed to be making a block for this card.
    Hi,
    Yep 2080ti ftw3 hydro copper is or was what I was leaning towards long ago seeing there is better value seeing 2080ti ftw3 with preinstalled hydro copper was only 100.us more than the three fan version
    Perfectly acceptable water block doubt ek's will perform or look better
    Only water temperature dictates how well one cools that and water flow.
    EK nickle plating sucks so a copper version is the best thing to get hard to mess it up like nickle plating is
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    Been busy and away, that's a nice loop Kol12. I saw that they made TG panels for my case so I will have to rewire soon for some cable semblance to make this look good, i'm excited. Will lose the foam but PC is pretty quiet anyways. Fractal Design
    Malcolm
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    rvcjew said: View Post
    Been busy and away, that's a nice loop Kol12. I saw that they made TG panels for my case so I will have to rewire soon for some cable semblance to make this look good, i'm excited. Will lose the foam but PC is pretty quiet anyways. Fractal Design
    Malcolm
    Thanks Malcom. Yeah showing off the cable side of your case is the trend right now. All the more reason to try and make a tidy job!
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    Brink said: View Post
    Looks great @Kol12.

    I would be paranoid about leaks as well ever since that Roswell incident.
    What's the Roswell incident Brink? Or are you just joking? Anyway 1 week in and not even as much as one drop of water from the custom loop, she's water tight!! You guy's should go for it if you've been thinking about it, it was a lot of fun and a great challenge.
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    Kol12 said: View Post
    What's the Roswell incident Brink? Or are you just joking? Anyway 1 week in and not even as much as one drop of water from the custom loop, she's water tight!! You guy's should go for it if you've been thinking about it, it was a lot of fun and a great challenge.


    Roswell UFO incident - Wikipedia

    Roswell UFO Retrieval - 1947 - MUFON
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    ThrashZone said: View Post
    Hi,
    Yep 2080ti ftw3 hydro copper is or was what I was leaning towards long ago seeing there is better value seeing 2080ti ftw3 with preinstalled hydro copper was only 100.us more than the three fan version
    Perfectly acceptable water block doubt ek's will perform or look better
    Only water temperature dictates how well one cools that and water flow.
    EK nickle plating sucks so a copper version is the best thing to get hard to mess it up like nickle plating is
    Hi Thrash,

    Yeah someone told me that all GPU waterblocks perform more or less all the same. It's the radiator and fan power that dictates how much cooling you will get.

    My buddy experienced high 2080 Ti watercooled temps on a single 280mm radiator GPU only custom loop. It was not until they put both the CPU and GPU into a custom loop with two 280mm rads that there was enough cooling power to bring the 2080 Ti temps down, quite significantly too. His 2080 Ti now runs at temps that his Titan XP used to on a single rad custom loop. It more or less proves that the 2080 Ti Turing chip/s run quite a lot hotter than the predecessor Pascal.
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    Hi,
    Yep rads and fans all relate to water temp
    Water sensor says a lot about why cpu and gpu temps are at
    Many different types this one worded for me
    LCD Temperature Display V3 + G1/4″ Inline Sensor — XSPC - Performance PC Water Cooling
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    ThrashZone said: View Post
    Hi,
    Yep rads and fans all relate to water temp
    Water sensor says a lot about why cpu and gpu temps are at
    Many different types this one worded for me
    LCD Temperature Display V3 + G1/4″ Inline Sensor XSPC - Performance PC Water Cooling
    Hi Thrash,

    I'm using this one: G1/4" Plug with 10k Sensor (Black Chrome) XSPC - Performance PC Water Cooling It's screwed into a T-Block at one of the rad inlet ports. I don't know how much the sensor placement can affect what reading you will get but when I move to a CPU+GPU loop I will add in a sensor like the one you linked to so I have two different readings at separate points in the loop...
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