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Depends... as you may or may not have seen Pauls Hardware had a 2080ti MSI Seahawk come DOA directly from MSI. I personally think its best to go with an air cooled card and slap a block on it for the simple fact is you have something to fall back onto should say your pump die. You can put the air cooler back on it and be back up with minimal downtime. Otherwise you would be spending several days/weeks while you get a new pump or RMA the old one etc.. 

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1 minute ago, Thomas_nerd said:

If you feel confident enough to install it then go for that, but if you don’t then go for a Pre-installed one

Is there any major difference (or minor)

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