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Any water blocks for the threadripper and 1080 ti?

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Any good water blocks for the 1080 ti (not for the founders edition since I can't afford a founders edition) and a good water blocks for the threadripper 1950x?

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Check out EK waterblocks. They have them.

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Yes, check EK, they have Threadripper blocks, and blocks for almost all of the popular 1080 tis. Just be sure to check the compatibility list before you buy one.

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Which 1080ti?

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6 minutes ago, sazrocks said:

Which 1080ti?

Any apart from the founders edition

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I'm running Phanteks Glacier blocks on my 1080Ti (reference board - same board as FE) and AFAIK they launched Cpu block for AMD TR too. And they have RGB too. 

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Plenty of cards that use reference pcb, so they still use fe blocks. Pick your gear then pic blocks.

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