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How good (or bad) is the heatsink of ASUS 2080 super Dual?

 

15 minutes ago, ThiccSmough said:

I meant the heatsink of the Asus 2080 super dual.

it still have 4 heatpipes.

but the thing is if you are not getting the strix from asus, just choose other brands, evga / msi etc

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Temperature seems to be the same as reference cooler in some reviews, which is odd because ASUS Dual is 1 slot thicker than reference cooler.

 

So how is the heatsink of ASUS 2080 super Dual? 

 

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Depends on the GPU you're talking about. It could be sacrificing thermals for noise though


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18 minutes ago, ThiccSmough said:

Temperature seems to be the same as reference cooler in some reviews, which is odd because ASUS Dual is 1 slot thicker than reference cooler.

 

So how is ASUS Dual heatsink? 

I can’t even successfully google “asus dual heat sink”. Need more specificity here.


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25 minutes ago, ThiccSmough said:

So how is ASUS Dual heatsink? 

isnt dual just mean 2x fan in asus dictionary?

and lowest end is supposed to be phoenix

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8 minutes ago, ThiccSmough said:

Guru3d did a review. It’s quiet but doesn’t cool all that well according to them.  The thing is apparently basically a reference card.


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15 minutes ago, ThiccSmough said:

I meant the heatsink of the Asus 2080 super dual.

it still have 4 heatpipes.

but the thing is if you are not getting the strix from asus, just choose other brands, evga / msi etc

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