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2022/01/14 10:48:45 (permalink)
Are there any all-in-one GPU only cooling solutions out there for a EVGA 3080ti Hydrocopper? Or is custom the only way to go.. I really dont need the CPU to be cooled any more than the fan provides. Not looking to make fancy rig.. primarily it will be a 24/7 folding machine. So efficient and practical is the goal / shiny and glowing is not. If there's nothing available for GPU only, are there any recommendations for hardware from you experienced folks that you can suggest? I would prefer to keep the cost down, but not a deal breaker if I get GOOD hardware in return.  

   
             
  
      
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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/14 10:53:56 (permalink)
    Could try the hybrid kit.

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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/14 11:13:47 (permalink)
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    Could try the hybrid kit.


     


     
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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/14 11:26:15 (permalink)
    there really isn't any expandable aio that do not already have a cpu block.

    i'd suggest looking at: 
    Alphacool DC-LT 2600 Ultra pump for a pump/res combo. maybe an Black Ice Nemesis 240GTX then EK-Tube ZMT Rubber 15.9/9.5mm (5/8" x 3/8") Tubing with whatever 16/10(5/8x3/8) fittings x6 - unless you need some 90 angled fittings. depends where you will mount everything.

    the pump is tiny but strong enough to add a cpu block another 24mm rad w/o worries. 
    i have no idea why someone would get a waterblock to only take it off for a weaker performing hybrid kit. 
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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/14 11:52:25 (permalink)
    Cool GTX: According to the Hybrid compatibility list, my card is NOT compatible.. only the cards that come with fans are. Mine does not.. just has the waterblock (which is fine with me.. one less thing to convert) This is what I have incoming:
    EVGA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti FTW3 ULTRA HYDRO COPPER GAMING, 12G-P5-3969-KR, 12GB GDDR6X, ARGB LED, Metal Backplate
     
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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/14 11:59:22 (permalink)
    don't use the aio on the 3080 ti the aio doesnt have thick enough copper to keep the ram cool waterblock or ftw3 cooler is the best options
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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/14 12:02:55 (permalink)
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    Cool GTX: According to the Hybrid compatibility list, my card is NOT compatible.. only the cards that come with fans are. Mine does not.. just has the waterblock (which is fine with me.. one less thing to convert) This is what I have incoming:
    EVGA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti FTW3 ULTRA HYDRO COPPER GAMING, 12G-P5-3969-KR, 12GB GDDR6X, ARGB LED, Metal Backplate
     
    Looniam: thanks for the suggestions!


    that "kit" has a new fan shroud with fan - for cooling power section of card
    EVGA GeForce RTX 3090/3080 FTW3 HYBRID Kit Installation Guide
     
     
    it seems highly unlikely that the Hydro Copper is different/ modified PCB ... "under the cooler"
     
    I do not have a HC ..... look for the fan header .... I'd be surprised if it was missing
     
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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/14 12:04:29 (permalink)
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    Cool GTX: According to the Hybrid compatibility list, my card is NOT compatible.. only the cards that come with fans are. Mine does not.. just has the waterblock (which is fine with me.. one less thing to convert) This is what I have incoming:
    EVGA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti FTW3 ULTRA HYDRO COPPER GAMING, 12G-P5-3969-KR, 12GB GDDR6X, ARGB LED, Metal Backplate
     
    Looniam: thanks for the suggestions!


    you're welcome.
     
    though since your card already is WC it's not surprising its not on the list. but yeah, what Cool GTX infers: all XC, FTW3(whatever) cards, pcb, vrms, vram, chip  are the same on the like model.

    i just can't see spending money twice, but you could find a buyer for the block . . .

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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/14 12:14:31 (permalink)
    Alphacool is another option,

    https://www.aquatuning.us...with-backplate?c=23047

    More expensive than the hybrid but it does use a full block which will likely cool the VRAM better.
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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/14 13:17:40 (permalink)
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    Are there any all-in-one GPU only cooling solutions out there for a EVGA 3080ti Hydrocopper? Or is custom the only way to go.. I really dont need the CPU to be cooled any more than the fan provides. Not looking to make fancy rig.. primarily it will be a 24/7 folding machine. So efficient and practical is the goal / shiny and glowing is not. If there's nothing available for GPU only, are there any recommendations for hardware from you experienced folks that you can suggest? I would prefer to keep the cost down, but not a deal breaker if I get GOOD hardware in return.  




    Yes, you can convert your existing Hydro Copper to a AIO cooling if you'd like.  That is the more affordable route than adding a loop for the a Hydro Copper.
     
    If you're using a EVGA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti XC3 ULTRA HYDRO COPPER, this is the compatible HYBRID KIT for it.
     
    If you are using a EVGA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti FTW3 ULTRA HYDRO COPPER, this is the compatible HYBRID KIT for it.

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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/15 13:20:31 (permalink)
    So apparently the Hybrid cooler for the FTW cards are as hard to get as the cards themselves.. put myself in for the auto-notify to see if they come back in stock.. might just give uyp and go with a custom loop. 

       
                 
      
          
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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/15 15:01:05 (permalink)
    You would have better performance with a custom loop.  

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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/16 10:27:40 (permalink)
    ok.. I'm thinking this might be a good choice? It has everything in one kit.. seems like good quality stuff:
     https://www.performance-pcs.com/water-cooling/watercooling-complete-kits/ek-classic-kit-s360-d-rgb-black-nickel-edition.html
    I don;t see why I couldn't use it just to cool the GPU.

       
                 
      
          
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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/16 11:43:05 (permalink)
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    ok.. I'm thinking this might be a good choice? It has everything in one kit.. seems like good quality stuff:
     https://www.performance-pcs.com/water-cooling/watercooling-complete-kits/ek-classic-kit-s360-d-rgb-black-nickel-edition.html
    I don;t see why I couldn't use it just to cool the GPU.


    You can use it just for the GPU. No custom loop requires that you also cool the CPU or vice versa with the custom loop. Just that if you're doing a custom loop at all it generally makes sense to do both the CPU and GPU, but it is not required. Some kits might come with a CPU waterblock, and if those kits make more sense than one without a CPU waterblock then I'd personally go ahead and slap it on, it'll just require a little more tubing and a couple more fittings. 
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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/16 12:11:13 (permalink)
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    So apparently the Hybrid cooler for the FTW cards are as hard to get as the cards themselves.. put myself in for the auto-notify to see if they come back in stock.. might just give uyp and go with a custom loop. 




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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/16 12:32:44 (permalink)
    I bought the Hybrid kit when I got my 3080ti - it's still sitting in it's box unopened as I've read mixed reviews as to whether it's beneficial or not, and pump noise issues - lower temps but higher VRAM temps?
     
    Still debating on whether to install or not?

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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/16 15:11:42 (permalink)
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    I bought the Hybrid kit when I got my 3080ti - it's still sitting in it's box unopened as I've read mixed reviews as to whether it's beneficial or not, and pump noise issues - lower temps but higher VRAM temps?
     
    Still debating on whether to install or not?


    Hybrid kit is definitely a nice upgrade for gaming. VRAM temps only come in to play for mining. Not sure on the pump noise. Mine sits on the floor in a fairly well insulated case so I probably wouldn't hear it unless it was very loud. Never noticed it though when I have the cover off with the machine running though.
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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/16 17:47:24 (permalink)
    Best is to get the hybrid kit. I just finished installing today on my 3080 TI FTW3. So far extremely good. 24 degrees on idle and 60 degrees on max load for sustained period of time - like playing an intense game for hour. EVGA will provide warranty on the kit as well as on the card once you register. Put a notify on the kit and it may take one or two attempts to grab it.
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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/16 17:57:07 (permalink)
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    I bought the Hybrid kit when I got my 3080ti - it's still sitting in it's box unopened as I've read mixed reviews as to whether it's beneficial or not, and pump noise issues - lower temps but higher VRAM temps?
     
    Still debating on whether to install or not?


    Hybrid kit is definitely a nice upgrade for gaming. VRAM temps only come in to play for mining. Not sure on the pump noise. Mine sits on the floor in a fairly well insulated case so I probably wouldn't hear it unless it was very loud. Never noticed it though when I have the cover off with the machine running though.



    Sheesh, I'm just so hesitant to try the install and conversion, watched the vids, read the threads, probably overthinking it, but just don't want to screw it up....fear is the mind-killer!! lol

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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/18 09:04:37 (permalink)
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    Best is to get the hybrid kit. I just finished installing today on my 3080 TI FTW3. So far extremely good. 24 degrees on idle and 60 degrees on max load for sustained period of time - like playing an intense game for hour. EVGA will provide warranty on the kit as well as on the card once you register. Put a notify on the kit and it may take one or two attempts to grab it.




    Whats your ambient temperature?


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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/18 10:35:12 (permalink)
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    I bought the Hybrid kit when I got my 3080ti - it's still sitting in it's box unopened as I've read mixed reviews as to whether it's beneficial or not, and pump noise issues - lower temps but higher VRAM temps?
     
    Still debating on whether to install or not?


    Hybrid kit is definitely a nice upgrade for gaming. VRAM temps only come in to play for mining. Not sure on the pump noise. Mine sits on the floor in a fairly well insulated case so I probably wouldn't hear it unless it was very loud. Never noticed it though when I have the cover off with the machine running though.

    I have both an air and a hybrid. For gaming the hybrid is much cooler. For mining/folding the air keeps the vram cooler.

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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/18 10:42:26 (permalink)
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    Are there any all-in-one GPU only cooling solutions out there for a EVGA 3080ti Hydrocopper? Or is custom the only way to go.. I really dont need the CPU to be cooled any more than the fan provides. Not looking to make fancy rig.. primarily it will be a 24/7 folding machine. So efficient and practical is the goal / shiny and glowing is not. If there's nothing available for GPU only, are there any recommendations for hardware from you experienced folks that you can suggest? I would prefer to keep the cost down, but not a deal breaker if I get GOOD hardware in return.  




    Yes, you can convert your existing Hydro Copper to a AIO cooling if you'd like.  That is the more affordable route than adding a loop for the a Hydro Copper.
     
    If you're using a EVGA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti XC3 ULTRA HYDRO COPPER, this is the compatible HYBRID KIT for it.
     
    If you are using a EVGA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti FTW3 ULTRA HYDRO COPPER, this is the compatible HYBRID KIT for it.


    This is accurate, I have done the hydro copper to hybrid conversion.
     
    The hardest part was removing the hydro copper block, just work it slowly and don't force it as all pc parts.

     
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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/20 10:52:21 (permalink)
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    I bought the Hybrid kit when I got my 3080ti - it's still sitting in it's box unopened as I've read mixed reviews as to whether it's beneficial or not, and pump noise issues - lower temps but higher VRAM temps?

    Still debating on whether to install or not?


    Hybrid kit is definitely a nice upgrade for gaming. VRAM temps only come in to play for mining. Not sure on the pump noise. Mine sits on the floor in a fairly well insulated case so I probably wouldn't hear it unless it was very loud. Never noticed it though when I have the cover off with the machine running though.



    Sheesh, I'm just so hesitant to try the install and conversion, watched the vids, read the threads, probably overthinking it, but just don't want to screw it up....fear is the mind-killer!! lol




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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/20 10:54:51 (permalink)
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    Are there any all-in-one GPU only cooling solutions out there for a EVGA 3080ti Hydrocopper? Or is custom the only way to go.. I really dont need the CPU to be cooled any more than the fan provides. Not looking to make fancy rig.. primarily it will be a 24/7 folding machine. So efficient and practical is the goal / shiny and glowing is not. If there's nothing available for GPU only, are there any recommendations for hardware from you experienced folks that you can suggest? I would prefer to keep the cost down, but not a deal breaker if I get GOOD hardware in return.  




    Yes, you can convert your existing Hydro Copper to a AIO cooling if you'd like.  That is the more affordable route than adding a loop for the a Hydro Copper.
     
    If you're using a EVGA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti XC3 ULTRA HYDRO COPPER, this is the compatible HYBRID KIT for it.
     
    If you are using a EVGA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti FTW3 ULTRA HYDRO COPPER, this is the compatible HYBRID KIT for it.


    This is accurate, I have done the hydro copper to hybrid conversion.
     
    The hardest part was removing the hydro copper block, just work it slowly and don't force it as all pc parts.




    +1  Correct. 
     
    Make sure to remove all screws when taking it apart from the HC, slowly separate it from each side without adding too much bend on the PCB.  The TIM sometimes is the sticky part but once it gets going, it comes off quickly.  Just be careful as the HC cables will still be attached to the PCB.

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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/21 14:55:39 (permalink)
    Underclock that puppy I,ve had great results especially when I took the side panel off.
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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/22 19:48:19 (permalink)
    Please dont convert the hydro copper to hybrid...thats borderline blasphemy!
     
    Pick up a corsair pump/res combo, a 360mm corsair radiator, 6 corsair fittings, corsair tubing, and some coolant and you'll have a better performing card than any hybrid set up!
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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/22 21:05:31 (permalink)
    EK Block.....period.

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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/22 21:57:28 (permalink)
    I put a hybrid kit on my hydrocopper with the ram cooling plate on it -- performs significantly better than air cards.  Did the same mods on my Kingpin https://imgur.com/a/OXoYmeb


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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/22 23:26:12 (permalink)
    nosomo
    I put a hybrid kit on my hydrocopper with the ram cooling plate on it -- performs significantly better than air cards.  Did the same mods on my Kingpin https://imgur.com/a/OXoYmeb




    ...you had a Hydro Copper Block n removed it to out on a Hybrid....?
    ...why wouldn't you incorporate your Hydro Copper Block GPU into a custom loop...as that's what its designed for?

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    Re: 3080ti cooling suggestions 2022/01/23 09:14:55 (permalink)
    rjbarker
     
    ...you had a Hydro Copper Block n removed it to out on a Hybrid....?
    ...why wouldn't you incorporate your Hydro Copper Block GPU into a custom loop...as that's what its designed for?


    You get the GPU you can, not the one you want....    The HC will still be used for a full loop build when I get around to it.  The difference being in that I can use the card now.


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