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  1. Yes I have had it for a long time and never had any issues although I don't think im drawing that much power from it, 6700k and 1080 sli
  2. Is the cs850m good enough for a 3080? I know it has enough watts but it is a budget power supply.
  3. I got a really good deal on this card
  4. So now that I know exactly what model it is, would this cooler work https://www.ebay.com/itm/283876372254?hash=item421859af1e:g:fPcAAOSwu-tep14U Is their something similar to a cpu aio I can use instead of a full loop? The listing was advertised as a hybrid card so im not actually getting what I thought.
  5. hmm I guess that explains it
  6. Thanks for that, when I look at the product list that is not there not sure why
  7. On thier website there is no FTW3 that has a picture of a waterblock from what I can see? There is a FTW3 that has a picture of a hybrid card with a fan on it. https://www.evga.com/products/productlist.aspx?type=0&family=GeForce+20+Series+Family&chipset=RTX+2080+Ti
  8. This is the picture the seller included, but i'm confused. The FTW3 is a hybrid card with a fan and a radiator according to EVGA's website, but the box says FT3W and then shows a picture of a card with a water block preinstalled and no fans at all. That should be a XC model which is only a waterblock. It's like they put the wrong picture on the box.
  9. Could I just buy any 2080 ti air cooler off ebay, or maybe even the EVGA one which is what the card is edit: Just found that that company has a newer model that supports 2080 ti
  10. Interesting, it is a 2080 ti like I said in the title. According to that website it supports the 2080 super, but not the ti NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Super, 2080, 2070 Super, Titan Xp, Titan X (Pascal), GTX 1660(Ti, Super), 1650 Super, 1080(Ti), 1070 (Ti), 1060, Titan X, 980(Ti), 970, Titan(Black), 780(Ti), 770, 760 , 750(Ti), 680, 670, 660(Ti), 650 Ti(boost), 580, 570, 560(Ti, SE), 550Ti, 480, 460(SE), GTS 450, 250, 240(OEM), GT 740, 9800 (GTX+, GTX, GT), 9600 (GT, GSO 512, GSO), 9500 GT (not LP), 8800 Ultra (G80), 8800 GTX (G80), 8800 GTS (G80), 8800 GTS 512 (G92), 8800 GTS (G92), 8800 GT, 8800 GS (9600GSO), 7900 GTX, 7800 (GTX 512, GTX, GT) Titan Xp, Titan X (Pascal), GTX 1080(Ti), 1070 (Ti), 1060, Titan X, 980(Ti), 970, Titan(Black), 780(Ti), 770, 760 , 750(Ti), 680, 670, 660(Ti), 650 Ti(boost), 580, 570, 560(Ti, SE), 550Ti, 480, 460(SE), GTS 450, 250, 240(OEM), GT 740, 9800 (GTX+, GTX, GT), 9600 (GT, GSO 512, GSO), 9500 GT (not LP), 8800 Ultra (G80), 8800 GTX (G80), 8800 GTS (G80), 8800 GTS 512 (G92), 8800 GTS (G92), 8800 GT, 8800 GS (9600GSO), 7900 GTX, 7800 (GTX 512, GTX, GT)
  11. So with that cooler you take the waterblock off and install that cooler? I would rather have air cooling anyways then dealing with liquid cooling
  12. I ask because I got a very good deal on a gpu with a waterblock
  13. Can you send me an example of a cooler meant for only a gpu with a waterblock? I cant find any
  14. Also does it require a full custom loop or can I just cool GPU
  15. What do you need to get to cool a gpu that comes with a waterblock already and is it worth it. The hydro copper series from evga comes with waterblock right?
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