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liquid cooled Aorus 1080 ti with MSI 1080 ti?

I'm wondering if I can buy these two water blocks for their respective cards and run them SLI.

I have made 1 custom loop before and I have these GPUs laying around, but i have no clue if the tubing lines up.

 

https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-fc1080-gtx-ti-aorus-rgb-nickel

 

https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-fc1080-gtx-ti-tf6-acetal-nickel

 

thanks for any insight!

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6 minutes ago, Schiggy said:

 

I don't think so... The ports do not line up, and the SLI connector won't line up either. so you won't be able to use a rigid bridge, or a straight connection between the blocks. Of course if you use a flexible bridge and get creative with your loop, anything is possible.

p-0027_ekint_graphic_technical_drawings_gpu_ek-fc_1080_gtx_as.v2_1.jpg

 

p-0027_ekint_graphic_technical_drawings_gpu_ek-fc_1080_gtx_ti_tf6_as.v2.jpg

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dang. thanks for the help. i guess vega frontier will have to stay as my main gaming card. lol

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Don’t see why they have to line up. It’s called custom watercl cooling for a reason. 

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