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What do you need to get to cool a gpu that comes with a waterblock already and is it worth it.

The hydro copper series from evga comes with waterblock right?

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Also does it require a full custom loop or can I just cool GPU

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if you buy a card with a waterblock you are expected to put it into a loop. This custom loop may be GPU only or full system, up to you.

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1 minute ago, ShadowChaser said:

if you buy a card with a waterblock you are expected to put it into a loop. This custom loop may be GPU only or full system, up to you.

Can you send me an example of a cooler meant for only a gpu with a waterblock? I cant find any

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Just now, conlopez said:

Can you send me an example of a cooler meant for only a gpu with a waterblock? I cant find any

you would need to put it into a loop. Otherwise it's a waste of a waterblock XD

Or you could strap an arctic accelero to it. If it's a high enough end card to warrant a waterblock you'd probably want to throw this at the problem: https://www.arctic.ac/us_en/accelero-xtreme-iii.html

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I ask because I got a very good deal on a gpu with a waterblock 

Just now, ShadowChaser said:

you would need to put it into a loop. Otherwise it's a waste of a waterblock XD

Or you could strap an arctic accelero to it. If it's a high enough end card to warrant a waterblock you'd probably want to throw this at the problem: https://www.arctic.ac/us_en/accelero-xtreme-iii.html

 

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1 minute ago, ShadowChaser said:

you would need to put it into a loop. Otherwise it's a waste of a waterblock XD

Or you could strap an arctic accelero to it. If it's a high enough end card to warrant a waterblock you'd probably want to throw this at the problem: https://www.arctic.ac/us_en/accelero-xtreme-iii.html

So with that cooler you take the waterblock off and install that cooler? I would rather have air cooling anyways then dealing with liquid cooling

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1 minute ago, conlopez said:

So with that cooler you take the waterblock off and install that cooler? I would rather have air cooling anyways then dealing with liquid cooling

just make sure it's a gpu that is supported :) 

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1 minute ago, ShadowChaser said:

just make sure it's a gpu that is supported :) 

Interesting, it is a 2080 ti like I said in the title. According to that website it supports the 2080 super, but not the ti

 

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1 minute ago, conlopez said:

Interesting, it is a 2080 ti like I said in the title. According to that website it supports the 2080 super, but not the ti

 

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unless it's a weird card the mounting holes are the same and so you'd be fine

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5 minutes ago, ShadowChaser said:

unless it's a weird card the mounting holes are the same and so you'd be fine

Could I just buy any 2080 ti air cooler off ebay, or maybe even the EVGA one which is what the card is

 

edit: Just found that that company has a newer model that supports 2080 ti

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Just now, conlopez said:

Could I just buy any 2080 ti air cooler off ebay, or maybe even the EVGA one which is what the card is

it would have to match the PCB. I think EVGA has two hydro copper series for the 2080 Ti, one for the FE, XC, or SC, and one for the FTW series. Check what your card pcb is and I'd go from there. Good luck finding anyone with a spare cooler though it is possible since some people convert their cards to run on water.

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14 minutes ago, ShadowChaser said:

it would have to match the PCB. I think EVGA has two hydro copper series for the 2080 Ti, one for the FE, XC, or SC, and one for the FTW series. Check what your card pcb is and I'd go from there. Good luck finding anyone with a spare cooler though it is possible since some people convert their cards to run on water.

This is the picture the seller included, but i'm confused. The FTW3 is a hybrid card with a fan and a radiator according to EVGA's website, but the box says FT3W and then shows a picture of a card with a water block preinstalled and no fans at all. That should be a XC model which is only a waterblock. It's like they put the wrong picture on the box.

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11 minutes ago, conlopez said:

This is the picture the seller included, but i'm confused. The FTW3 is a hybrid card with a fan and a radiator according to EVGA's website, but the box says FT3W and then shows a picture of a card with a water block preinstalled and no fans at all. That should be a XC model which is only a waterblock. It's like they put the wrong picture on the box.

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The hydro copper ftw is a real product, and so is the hybrid.

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3 minutes ago, ShadowChaser said:

The hydro copper ftw is a real product, and so is the hybrid.

On thier website there is no FTW3 that has a picture of a waterblock from what I can see? There is a FTW3 that has a picture of a hybrid card with a fan on it.

 

https://www.evga.com/products/productlist.aspx?type=0&family=GeForce+20+Series+Family&chipset=RTX+2080+Ti

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2 minutes ago, conlopez said:

On thier website there is no FTW3 that has a picture of a waterblock from what I can see? There is a FTW3 that has a picture of a hybrid card with a fan on it.

 

https://www.evga.com/products/productlist.aspx?type=0&family=GeForce+20+Series+Family&chipset=RTX+2080+Ti

https://eu.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=11G-P4-2489-KR

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Just now, conlopez said:

Thanks for that, when I look at the product list that is not there not sure why

it doesn't seem to be available anymore in the US

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Just now, ShadowChaser said:

it doesn't seem to be available anymore in the US

hmm I guess that explains it

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23 minutes ago, ShadowChaser said:

So now that I know exactly what model it is, would this cooler work https://www.ebay.com/itm/283876372254?hash=item421859af1e:g:fPcAAOSwu-tep14U

Is their something similar to a cpu aio I can use instead of a full loop? The listing was advertised as a hybrid card so im not actually getting what I thought.

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56 minutes ago, conlopez said:

So now that I know exactly what model it is, would this cooler work https://www.ebay.com/itm/283876372254?hash=item421859af1e:g:fPcAAOSwu-tep14U

Is their something similar to a cpu aio I can use instead of a full loop? The listing was advertised as a hybrid card so im not actually getting what I thought.

Why not just get a card with a cooler instead?

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2 minutes ago, Reckless95 said:

Why not just get a card with a cooler instead?

I got a really good deal on this card

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