1 minute ago, GermanDrifter97 said:
Optimum Tech did two videos, one very recently, where he tested a 120mm AIO on a RTX 2080 ti and on a 3950X. I might be wrong, but to my eyes, it does not look like the components are 'suffering' (GPU at 61°C, CPU at 68°C)
But you know what? Forget about the hardware, let's go back to basics:
Let's say I want to watercool both my CPU and GPU, whatever brand or model. I have two 120mm radiators on hand.
What installation would perform better?
- Having one loop with both CPU and GPU in it, and both radiators connected, resulting in a '240mm' radiator
- Having two seperate loops, one for the CPU and one for the GPU, with a 120mm radiator each
Together is a lot simpler and will allow one to stretch its legs more if they other doesn’t have much use. If both are under heavy they both will suffer the same as each having a 120