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Posted · Original PosterOP

Okay so I just got a refrence model 1080ti and I wanna get a new cooler and I gues I'm just not looking it up right but I wanna get some better thermals what types of coolers can i get other then the two beefy ones like the Accelero like is there any cooler I can just snag off ebay and get better temps 

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20 minutes ago, cattaru said:

Okay so I just got a refrence model 1080ti and I wanna get a new cooler and I gues I'm just not looking it up right but I wanna get some better thermals what types of coolers can i get other then the two beefy ones like the Accelero like is there any cooler I can just snag off ebay and get better temps 

Aftermarket air coolers are fairly uncommon for GPU's as it is, and given that 10xx series have been EOL for over two years now, you're not likely to have many options, if any at all.

Functionally, you have two options that I would consider viable:
Stick with your reference cooler, and optimize airflow within your chassis
or

opt for a water block off the used market, and invest in an open loop.

I suppose that you have the option of selling/trading your reference card for an AIB non reference card/cooler as well.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

I gues I was realy thinking maybe I might just be able to get some type of other cooler like a 2080ti reference one or like anouther aib board and slap it on and sorry Idk how to quote your reply semper 

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You do realize that the PCB layout of a 1080 Ti and 2080 Ti are nothing alike.


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Depending on the version you have, the evga acx coolers are made for reference and can cool better for a 1080ti. 


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