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Node 202 GPU Cooling Solution?

Planning out a build in a Node 202, but I'm wary of the temperature issues, especially since I will be using a Gtx 1080ti in my new build. I'm going to be gaming on an ultrawide 1440p 144hz monitor so I'm not worried about my CPU temps, but I would like to find a way to overclock my 1080ti. My first idea would be to take off the stock cooler use a Nzxt g12 and a Thermaltake tundra slim 120mm rad and fan to cool the card. However, I'm not sure if this will fit. Looking for input from the community and any ideas I may have missed. Thank you in advance guys!

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10 minutes ago, Josh_Top said:

Asus strix gtx 1080 ti

 

Well, the cooler on that is fairly decent to begin with

 

But for the G12, the 202 barely has anywhere to even put a radiator and probably isnt worth your time and money for a few degrees *IF* you can squeeze it in there 

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So you think 2 fans straight in the GPU will be enough? If so I could use some beefy fans. What are some decently quite fans that can put out a lot of air flow to keep that card cool?

 

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