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Posted · Original PosterOP

hi,

 

i have a 2080ti strix oc 3 fans.

 

i am looking at water cooling my cpu and gpu but mostly for the gpu are the temp drops a lot ? i find when running 4k i get throttled by heat etc and it runs warm, will a water loop make a big difference to the gpu temps?

 

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idk bout as 2080ti but in general if your gpu runs around 70c it will drop to 50c depending on the card and amount of radiators but most cards drop even in to low 40's


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Posted · Original PosterOP
16 minutes ago, wildthing said:

idk bout as 2080ti but in general if your gpu runs around 70c it will drop to 50c depending on the card and amount of radiators but most cards drop even in to low 40's

So from air to water is like a 20 degrees difference with a custom loop?


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42 minutes ago, Surreals said:

So from air to water is like a 20 degrees difference with a custom loop?

like i said above i'm not sure how cool a 2080ti under water would run, i've heard they can run pretty hot.

with that said i've seen some posts where people have watercooled their 2080ti's and keep it below 50c.

 

keep in mind that some things will play a part in this.

amount of radiators, what case (how good is airflow) what fans, ambient temp is a factor when water cooling for sure.

 


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In the research that I have done 10c is what I would get if I went with an EVGA Hydro upgrade on my XC card.

 

RTX 2080 ti all run hot on air over 100% on the power limit. 

At 100% power limit my 2080 tis don't run hot at all, so look at what the power limit is when people claim under 50c.

 

At this point I can't even recommend buying a 2080 ti that is not on water.

 

 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
52 minutes ago, jones177 said:

In the research that I have done 10c is what I would get if I went with an EVGA Hydro upgrade on my XC card.

 

RTX 2080 ti all run hot on air over 100% on the power limit. 

At 100% power limit my 2080 tis don't run hot at all, so look at what the power limit is when people claim under 50c.

 

At this point I can't even recommend buying a 2080 ti that is not on waster.

 

 

I have a 2080ti Strix Oc mines I think 125  power. Runs warm hence why I was thinking I might water cool it 


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56 minutes ago, Surreals said:

I have a 2080ti Strix Oc mines I think 125  power. Runs warm hence why I was thinking I might water cool it 

If I were you I'd get a different case. The 500D is pretty but the airflow is trash. It may have a bunch of fans but it's severely choked buy the tempered glass and small gaps for air intake. It could be more beneficial and cheaper to go with a high airflow case than doing a custom loop or GPU AIO, also  might want to see if you have positive or negative pressure. When gaming does the case just fill with hot air? If no air is getting to the card and it's just sitting in hot air that's going to be a big part of the problem.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, SpookyCitrus said:

If I were you I'd get a different case. The 500D is pretty but the airflow is trash. It may have a bunch of fans but it's severely choked buy the tempered glass and small gaps for air intake. It could be more beneficial and cheaper to go with a high airflow case than doing a custom loop or GPU AIO, also  might want to see if you have positive or negative pressure. When gaming does the case just fill with hot air? If no air is getting to the card and it's just sitting in hot air that's going to be a big part of the problem.

Yeah I get you for sure but in all honesty I want to do a custom loop as I love how they look and wanna do it as a little project! So  That’s why I’m just wondering if it makes a huge difference


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When I replaced my air cooler on my 1080ti FE with an AIO water cooler I dropped 30 C but the 1080ti FE cooler is surprisingly bad relative to the price of the card.

 

The version of the 2080ti you have seems to have pretty decent cooling so I wouldn't think the temp drop going water would be that big.

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2 hours ago, Zomeguy said:

When I replaced my air cooler on my 1080ti FE with an AIO water cooler I dropped 30 C but the 1080ti FE cooler is surprisingly bad relative to the price of the card.

 

The version of the 2080ti you have seems to have pretty decent cooling so I wouldn't think the temp drop going water would be that big.

Same here but with a 1080 FE (non-TI). Which would get, with the original cooler, up to 80C on a gaming session. On water it peaks at 50C. 


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