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Watercooling my 2080 Gaming X Trio

I am planning on getting a MSI 2080 Gaming X Trio for my Ryzen 2700x build and was thinking about watercooling. I have two questions regarding watercooling my GPU. First would be if it is even an option on my third party MSI card. In other words is there a water block available that would be compatible with my gpu? The second question is if it is even worth the money and time to water cool regarding my needs? I use my computer to game (mainly at 1080p and medium graphics), for programming and for compiling said programs, light streaming,video recording and editing ( mainly at 1080p 60 frames and at a 16 000 bit rate on obs) and also some small graphic design on Adobe illustrator and Inkscape.  Any advice and hell would be much appreciated!! 

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None of the uses you described calls for a 2080 imho.  Find a good used 1080.

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Very few waterblocks exist for any triple fan cards. I just checked EKWB's configurator, and they don't have a block for that card.

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32 minutes ago, TahoeDust said:

None of the uses you described calls for a 2080 imho.  Find a good used 1080.

yeah I Know I dont need it but I might as well buy an upgraded card. plus Im thinking of getting a 4k monitor and I might play some less competitive games at 4k later on. But thanks for your concern :)

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