altonadavidHere is a thread i started a while back and a way to use both the EKWB thermosphere, and the EKWB supremacy universal gpu block on the 2080ti Kingpin and still use the coldplate it comes withfor the memory, and still have the vrm fan used that it comes with, and just add the EVGA LN2 kit for it. After testing and using the supremacy and coldplate combo it cools better then the hydro copper did and the thermosphere and coldplate did. I am actually going to mod 2 of my kingpins with the supremacy/coldplate version and SLI them. https://forums.evga.com/Modified-2080ti-Kingpin-Using-EKWB-and-Coldplate-m3002608.aspx
GTXJackBauerA universal GPU block might work but you'll have to figure out a way to get good air flow on the VRM section unless you can some how modify the AIO shroud to include the block and fan together along with the housing but any permanent modifications to the GPU would void its warranty.
SpecterSniper1Yea , I think a custom loop would benefit more then just the 240 water cooled AIO cooler
emmettSince the coldplate on the AIO is unique what about leaving the AIO pump and block/plate on. Remove AIO radiator. And splice in a regular pump and desired Rads. Remove the AIO impeller if it impedes flow. Could it work?Thinking of trying it.
altonadavidemmettSince the coldplate on the AIO is unique what about leaving the AIO pump and block/plate on. Remove AIO radiator. And splice in a regular pump and desired Rads. Remove the AIO impeller if it impedes flow. Could it work?Thinking of trying it.That wouldn't be a really good idea, you would never be able to restore the card back to factory condition by doing that. You'd be better to try one of these mods if a hydro copper isn't available .https://forums.evga.com/M...oldplate-m3002608.aspx
emmettSince the coldplate on the AIO is unique...
McwrahHow many rads do you have in that system and size? Curious about the temps vs rad estate etc.