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Running PWM fans off of Gigabyte 1070 Ti Gaming G8

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Yesterday I recieved a used 1070 Ti from Gigabyte that I'm gonna use for my LAN machine. However the fans are quite loud when the card is under load, so I thought to myself: "Wouldn't it be possible to take the cooler shroud off, remove the fans and slap a couple of Noctua NF-A12x25 on?"

And after thinking about it and researching a bit I concluded that this would be possible. The only problem is that the card uses non-standart PWM fan headers. I guess i just have to snip the cables off the old fans and solder them to the Noctua ones.

Another option would to stil remove the shroud and fans, but plugging the Noctua fans into a normal PWM header on the motherboard and finding some software solution for linking the GPU temp to the fanspeed.

 

Any thoughts and/or ideas are welcome.


Please ping or quote me if you want a response. :) 

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