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Water cooling a 2060 super

Anyone know if there is a waterblock made for the 2060 super?

I'm trying to find one that isn't for a fe because they're so epxnsive to find in the first place.

Doesn't matter which brand 2060s it is, but I just need a waterblock for it

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13 minutes ago, NatersCNF said:

Anyone know if there is a waterblock made for the 2060 super?

I'm trying to find one that isn't for a fe because they're so epxnsive to find in the first place.

Doesn't matter which brand 2060s it is, but I just need a waterblock for it

There are no waterblocks, because it's not worth it to watercool a mid-end card. It's only worth it to watercool the very high end, because the money you'll be spending towards a waterloop for the 2060S, you could have put that money towards a higher end videocard that actually performs better.

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3 minutes ago, minibois said:

There are no waterblocks, because it's not worth it to watercool a mid-end card. It's only worth it to watercool the very high end, because the money you'll be spending towards a waterloop for the 2060S, you could have put that money towards a higher end videocard that actually performs better.

What about something like a 2070s

 

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2 minutes ago, NatersCNF said:

What about something like a 2070s

Doesn't look like there is something for any Super cards on EKWB.

Phanteks doesn't seem to have it either.

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4 minutes ago, sufyan98 said:

It does not specify on the product page but if you check with the configurator it should tell you what is compatible, this is for my super card for example: https://www.ekwb.com/configurator/step1_complist?gpu_gpus=4525

https://www.newegg.ca/evga-geforce-rtx-2070-super-08g-p4-3173-kr/p/N82E16814487453?Description=EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER XC Ultra Gaming&cm_re=EVGA_GeForce_RTX_2070_SUPER_XC_Ultra_Gaming-_-14-487-453-_-Product

if its this card I think I'll end up using it

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3 minutes ago, NatersCNF said:

if you're going for that card, it may also be worth checking out corsair's hydro x lineup. The website says it's compatible. https://www.corsair.com/us/en/custom-cooling-configurator/your-pc-configuration

 

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Also, it may be worth getting a cheaper card with a good pcb instead of the overkill cooler on the xc ultra if you're watercooling as it's going to be replaced anyway. 

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Just now, sufyan98 said:

Also, it may be worth getting a cheaper card with a good pcb instead of the overkill cooler on the xc ultra if you're watercooling as it's going to be replaced anyway. 

Might you know a good 2070s to watercoool than?

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1 minute ago, NatersCNF said:

Do you know which waterblock it was conpatable with?

 

No clue, but the configurator should tell you. 

1 minute ago, NatersCNF said:

Might you know a good 2070s to watercoool than?

Check out this guide for that: 

It should give you an idea about the pcb tiers in different cards.

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43 minutes ago, minibois said:

There are no waterblocks, because it's not worth it to watercool a mid-end card. It's only worth it to watercool the very high end, because the money you'll be spending towards a waterloop for the 2060S, you could have put that money towards a higher end videocard that actually performs better.

There is few blocks made by EK and Phanteks which fits 2060 as well

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/water-cooling/water-blocks/graphics-card?sSort=2&ckTab=0&ckFilters=7016

Plus Bykski is making them as well

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43 minutes ago, sufyan98 said:

No clue, but the configurator should tell you. 

Check out this guide for that: 

It should give you an idea about the pcb tiers in different cards.

How about this combo

EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 super xc ultra gaming

and the XG7 RGB 20-SERIES (2080 FE)

they're compatible

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19 hours ago, NatersCNF said:

How about this combo

EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 super xc ultra gaming

and the XG7 RGB 20-SERIES (2080 FE)

they're compatible

I would recommend going for the 2070 super instead, it's a higher end card and if you're watercooling it makes more sense to get a better card and watercool it instead of a midrage one as @minibois suggested. But if you're just going for aesthetics it may be worth it. Also any specific reason for not selecting the FE cards?

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1 hour ago, sufyan98 said:

But if you're just going for aesthetics it may be worth it.

I watercooled my gtx970 just cos I wanted loop and I don’t play enough to justify buying better card

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