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Can I attach an aio to my GPU?

I've got 1080 TI Aorus (not the xtteme editon) and I've seen this gpu being sold in many variants, and one of them had included small radiator and it was cooled with AiO system.  Can I get somewhere parts of this AiO so I could take the air cooling off and make it water cooled? (I'm not interested in waterblocks for custom loops).

 

https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TAORUSX-W-11GD-rev-10-11#kf 

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You need to use something like this.

https://www.nzxt.com/products/kraken-g12-white

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10 minutes ago, Enderman said:

You need to use something like this.

https://www.nzxt.com/products/kraken-g12-white

Id suggest this first.

 

IDCOOLING Frostflow makes a GPU AIO as well, I think its $55 bucks last I looked earlier this week.

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19 minutes ago, Enderman said:

You need to use something like this.

https://www.nzxt.com/products/kraken-g12-white

It looks really bad imo, but do I really need 240 mm radiator?

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34 minutes ago, prodolphinplayer said:

It looks really bad imo, but do I really need 240 mm radiator?

It doesn't need to be 240mm, a 120 is enough for a GPU.

It is either this or a custom full cover waterblock made specifically for your PCB.

You can't use a cooler from a different card.

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12 hours ago, Enderman said:

It doesn't need to be 240mm, a 120 is enough for a GPU.

It is either this or a custom full cover waterblock made specifically for your PCB.

You can't use a cooler from a different card.

also I have last question: could I use this 120 mm as rear exhaust in my case (Meshify C)?

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Anyone use the G12 with a “non supported “ aio? Like one with a square block? I’ve heard some people say it works if you replace the large thumb screws. That would make life easier as most of the AIOs on thensupported list are outdated or grossly over priced . For example I’d like to use an H115i pro . 

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19 hours ago, prodolphinplayer said:

I've got 1080 TI Aorus (not the xtteme editon) and I've seen this gpu being sold in many variants, and one of them had included small radiator and it was cooled with AiO system.  Can I get somewhere parts of this AiO so I could take the air cooling off and make it water cooled? (I'm not interested in waterblocks for custom loops).

 

https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TAORUSX-W-11GD-rev-10-11#kf 

is it possible yes, but extremely difficult and not recommended, plus with a card like that with that much power draw, theirs no reason to run an AIO with a 120mm rad, better to just do the water block, so i'd leave it as is 

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1 hour ago, Connor_LindTV said:

is it possible yes, but extremely difficult and not recommended, plus with a card like that with that much power draw, theirs no reason to run an AIO with a 120mm rad, better to just do the water block, so i'd leave it as is 

If i did that, then i would have enough room at the front to mount the 280 mm rad for my CPU, thats what i want to do without changing my case.

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1 minute ago, prodolphinplayer said:

If i did that, then i would have enough room at the front to mount the 280 mm rad for my CPU, thats what i want to do without changing my case.

i'm confused, do you want to cool your CPU or your GPU because i thought we were talking about the CPU, which is why i said just do a custom loop for the GPU and move on, if you want to do both you can but idk what case you have so im playing with information when i dont have all the variables 

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7 hours ago, prodolphinplayer said:

also I have last question: could I use this 120 mm as rear exhaust in my case (Meshify C)?

Yeah sure.

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15 minutes ago, Connor_LindTV said:

i'm confused, do you want to cool your CPU or your GPU because i thought we were talking about the CPU, which is why i said just do a custom loop for the GPU and move on, if you want to do both you can but idk what case you have so im playing with information when i dont have all the variables 

Ive got Meshify C. I want to AiO cool my GPU so i will have enough room for CPU AiO (this gpu has huge cooling comparing to backplate).

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46 minutes ago, prodolphinplayer said:

Ive got Meshify C. I want to AiO cool my GPU so i will have enough room for CPU AiO (this gpu has huge cooling comparing to backplate).

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/F2rmP6/corsair-h60-2018-572-cfm-liquid-cpu-cooler-cw-9060036-ww for your CPU in the back as an exhaust 

 

then run a 240/360mm rad in the front for a resivois pump combo for the GPU... problem solved, i think you might be overthinking it a bit 

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2 hours ago, Connor_LindTV said:

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/F2rmP6/corsair-h60-2018-572-cfm-liquid-cpu-cooler-cw-9060036-ww for your CPU in the back as an exhaust 

 

then run a 240/360mm rad in the front for a resivois pump combo for the GPU... problem solved, i think you might be overthinking it a bit 

Anyone have a EK Phoenix MLC? Their version of an aio can get a water block for your gpu , cpu and a 280 MM rad/pump for like 300 . Which really is a pretty good deal if you’re looking at 2 AIOs . They have a 360 MM but looks like it’s discontinued 

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