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Debate hybrid or new OC models?

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2019/10/17 14:07:44 (permalink)
Debating over whether to get new 2070 super OC edition or go with the 2070 super AIO Hybrid.

I have a big case (Lian li dynamic) so airflow is not a concern. I feel like keeping the gpu cool is the better bet.

Thoughts?
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    Cool GTX
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    Re: Debate hybrid or new OC models? 2019/10/17 15:06:24 (permalink)
    Cooler is Faster
     
    I'd go for the Hybrid & Consider the Optional Extended Warranty ... cover your investment to 5yr or 10 yr - for just a few buck
     
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    Re: Debate hybrid or new OC models? 2019/10/17 19:49:57 (permalink)
    Might also want to consider the 2080 Super Black for $645 after code and $20 rebate on the EVGA website, that's a pretty good deal and should out perform even the best 2070S by a good margin.  With max power limit (292w) and OC, 90% card fans with good case ventilation (no front AIO!), it should stay around 65-70C in a 20C room.
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    Re: Debate hybrid or new OC models? 2019/10/17 21:36:02 (permalink)
    I'd go for the Hybrid.


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    Re: Debate hybrid or new OC models? 2019/10/19 07:06:14 (permalink)
    i recommend Hybrid,it would be easier to maintain lower temps and if you buy hybrid the cooler has same warranty as gpu if you buy hybrid cooler separate it only has a one year warranty 

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    Re: Debate hybrid or new OC models? 2019/10/19 08:00:49 (permalink)
    Extremely Happy with My Hybrid.

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    Re: Debate hybrid or new OC models? 2019/10/19 09:42:06 (permalink)
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    Re: Debate hybrid or new OC models? 2019/10/19 15:12:59 (permalink)
    I have 9 EVGA cards.
    These are the air cooled cards.
    2 are GTX 1050 Ti's.
    1 GTX 1080 SC.
    1 is GTX 1080 SC2.
    1 is GTX 1080 Ti FTW3.
    1 RTX 2080 Ti Ultra.
    These are the AIO cards.
    2 GTX 1080 Hybrids.
    1 RTX 2080 Ti Ultra Hybrid.
    In ascending order are the best preforming cards.
    GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 (only because it's a Ti).
    RTX 2080 Ti Ultra (only because it's a Ti Ultra).
    RTX 2080 Ti Ultra Hybrid.
    So, in my opinion the best cards are the ones that have some water cooling in some fashion.
     


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    Re: Debate hybrid or new OC models? 2019/10/20 19:58:36 (permalink)
    steve.hebert
    Debating over whether to get new 2070 super OC edition or go with the 2070 super AIO Hybrid.

    I have a big case (Lian li dynamic) so airflow is not a concern. I feel like keeping the gpu cool is the better bet.

    Thoughts?



    If you do get an air cooled 2070S, be sure it's the FTW3 ultra, much higher power limit than the other cards.  2070S XC hybrid barely uses enough power to justify the watercooling imho.
    post edited by kevinc313 - 2019/10/20 20:09:51
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    Re: Debate hybrid or new OC models? 2019/10/20 20:28:03 (permalink)
    Been 3 days .... maybe OP will comeback & tell us what they bought

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