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240x?x?
 
Do we have this info yet? Thanks.
 
 

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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/24 12:06:08 (permalink)
    240 X120 x ?
     
    240mmx120mm is the Fans ... tank ends on radiator will make the 240mm "length" even longer -- sides of radiator wider than 120mm
     
    my Guess .. a lot like what was used for the 2080Ti Kingpin .. is the radiator I'd expect to see - 30mm thick radiator & fans 25mm thick
     
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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/24 15:57:55 (permalink)
     
    Thank you!  From the link you posted does it seem likely they'll reuse what worked?

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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/26 18:24:29 (permalink)
    It's going to be a standard AIO 240mm radiator from Asetek, most likely, which means it's dimensions will be the same as every other Asetek-made 240mm AIO... which are these:
     
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    277mm x 120mm x 27mm
     
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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/26 19:47:31 (permalink)
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    It's going to be a standard AIO 240mm radiator from Asetek, most likely, which means it's dimensions will be the same as every other Asetek-made 240mm AIO... which are these:
     
    Radiator Dimensions
     
    277mm x 120mm x 27mm

    From Corsair's website.



    Cool thanks.    Trying to find a benchmark that shows the difference between a 120mm and 240mm on a 2080.  Need one that shows a good result so I can get revenge on GTXJack for crushing my expectations with the claim there wont be much of a difference 

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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/26 22:13:52 (permalink)
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    It's going to be a standard AIO 240mm radiator from Asetek, most likely, which means it's dimensions will be the same as every other Asetek-made 240mm AIO... which are these:
     
    Radiator Dimensions
     
    277mm x 120mm x 27mm

    From Corsair's website.



    Cool thanks.    Trying to find a benchmark that shows the difference between a 120mm and 240mm on a 2080.  Need one that shows a good result so I can get revenge on GTXJack for crushing my expectations with the claim there wont be much of a difference 




    It might be slightly longer, slightly taller, or both, but it should be around about that size.
     
    And I still think the 240mm radiator on the 3080 FTW3 Ultra is going to destroy the current cooler in terms of temperatures.  I know mine will, because I'll be running Push/Pull like I did on my 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid, which never saw 50C when gaming, compared to people on air seeing high 70s or more.
    To be honest, as long as the Hybrid card runs cooler and vents all the hot air out of the back of the case & the radiator only, I'll be happy, because the way the air cooler is designed sure does make it toasty for my M.2s while gaming, even with a fan blowing on that area.

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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/26 22:20:25 (permalink)
     
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    It might be slightly longer, slightly taller, or both, but it should be around about that size.
     
    And I still think the 240mm radiator on the 3080 FTW3 Ultra is going to destroy the current cooler in terms of temperatures.  I know mine will, because I'll be running Push/Pull like I did on my 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid, which never saw 50C when gaming, compared to people on air seeing high 70s or more.
    To be honest, as long as the Hybrid card runs cooler and vents all the hot air out of the back of the case & the radiator only, I'll be happy, because the way the air cooler is designed sure does make it toasty for my M.2s while gaming, even with a fan blowing on that area.


     
    I meant more as in temperatures but I'll take any positivity right now lol

    I currently have push/pull on my 120mm AIO. When first setting it up I noticed the push/pull only achieved about 4 to 5c difference over push.  I shouldn't really say "only" as I was desperate at that point to get any sort of temp dropping.   I'm assuming 4 fans then for a complete 240mm push/pull?
     
    50c sounds like a dream but maybe I'll never get there because I want my fans quiet?
     

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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/26 22:32:47 (permalink)
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    I meant more as in temperatures but I'll take any positivity right now lol

    I currently have push/pull on my 120mm AIO. When first setting it up I noticed the push/pull only achieved about 4 to 5c difference over push.  I shouldn't really say "only" as I was desperate at that point to get any sort of temp dropping.   I'm assuming 4 fans then for a complete 240mm push/pull?
     
    50c sounds like a dream but maybe I'll never get there because I want my fans quiet?



    Yep.  Push/Pull also makes a bigger difference the bigger the radiator is too, I usually ran Push/Pull on my 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid, and I had a Noctua server-grade fan as the "push", had the PWM tied to a thermo-couple inside my case which I had routed to the "exhaust" air from said Hybrid card's radiator, so anytime it warmed up, the "push" fan would ramp up to keep it cooler.  It was definitely "loud" at the 3000RPM maximum speed, but boy did it keep it cool... and most of the time it got warm enough for it to ramp up all that way, I was playing a game with headphones on & couldn't hear it anyway.
     
    I'm looking forward to about a month and a half from now when I hopefully have a Hybrid 3080 & an open custom loop on a CPU/VRM full monoblock.  We shall see!

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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/27 13:54:03 (permalink)
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    It's going to be a standard AIO 240mm radiator from Asetek, most likely, which means it's dimensions will be the same as every other Asetek-made 240mm AIO... which are these:
     
    Radiator Dimensions
     
    277mm x 120mm x 27mm

    From Corsair's website.



    Cool thanks.    Trying to find a benchmark that shows the difference between a 120mm and 240mm on a 2080.  Need one that shows a good result so I can get revenge on GTXJack for crushing my expectations with the claim there wont be much of a difference 





     
    I never said there won't be a difference but don't expect high expectations is my point.  You'll see some folks in the high 40c at best.  Maybe even mid if the conditions are right but that's about it.  Most I think hover around 50c-55c which is amazing in of itself.  

    You wanna tune it up?  Add 4 Noctua A12s PWM in push and pull.  Make sure your case and budget has room for that.  Max out the RPMs and test it with load for 30+ mins but also, make sure you did the same test with the fans included prior to see the difference in the 'tune up'.  

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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/27 21:28:14 (permalink)
     
    Key word was "much" 
     
    I have this feeling that I am in a very small minority that given that I have to choose, I choose silence over cooling, even though I desperately want both.     You really like the Noctua's huh?  I have the 140mm Noctua exhausting in the roof of my case, on "silent"  in Bios, and when I put my hand over it, it's pushing a tonne of heat out so I'll give it that.  Now that I actually have 4 Silent Wings I should get a set of noctua A12s and actually compare both Db and temp difference on push/pull
     
    I think the DaBadger has a good point about headphones though. Ramp up the fans and it dont matter.  At least I would never again hear "Can you turn that down please?" on my 5.1 system :P
     
    Oh and that animated GIF is gonna give me nightmares 
     
     
     

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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/28 00:34:29 (permalink)
    most likely same as any other asetek AIO cooler radiator dimension, same company and supplier

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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/29 20:03:47 (permalink)
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    You wanna tune it up?  Add 4 Noctua A12s PWM in push and pull.  Make sure your case and budget has room for that.  Max out the RPMs and test it with load for 30+ mins but also, make sure you did the same test with the fans included prior to see the difference in the 'tune up'.  




    I forgot to ask.  Don't the included radiator fans connect to the card, not the motherboard?

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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/29 22:55:36 (permalink)
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    GTXJackBauer
     

    You wanna tune it up?  Add 4 Noctua A12s PWM in push and pull.  Make sure your case and budget has room for that.  Max out the RPMs and test it with load for 30+ mins but also, make sure you did the same test with the fans included prior to see the difference in the 'tune up'.  




    I forgot to ask.  Don't the included radiator fans connect to the card, not the motherboard?




    That's correct but if you upgrade the factory fans with premium rad fans, I'd use the MB header and create a curve so the fan speed isn't too erratic. 
     
    I forgot how others did it if they were able to use the fan cable/splitter from a hybrid, if it comes with one or they purchased a adapter fan cable to plug in the 3rd party fans to the card to control the fans through PX1.
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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/29 23:06:05 (permalink)
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    That's correct but if you upgrade the factory fans with premium rad fans, I'd use the MB header and create a curve so it's not so fan speed isn't too erratic. 
     
    I forgot how others did it if they were able to use the fan cable/splitter from a hybrid, if it comes with one or they purchased a adapter fan cable to plug in the 3rd party fans to the card to control the fans through PX1.





     
    I'm assuming that taking the cover off to disconnect the fans and replace them is a lot easier than say, changing the paste?
     
    I have my current push/pull on the 120mm both Y-cable to one header, so it sounds like that's the way to go with the hybrid too.
     

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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/29 23:17:45 (permalink)
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    GTXJackBauer
     
     
    That's correct but if you upgrade the factory fans with premium rad fans, I'd use the MB header and create a curve so it's not so fan speed isn't too erratic. 
     
    I forgot how others did it if they were able to use the fan cable/splitter from a hybrid, if it comes with one or they purchased a adapter fan cable to plug in the 3rd party fans to the card to control the fans through PX1.





     
    I'm assuming that taking the cover off to disconnect the fans and replace them is a lot easier than say, changing the paste?
     
    I have my current push/pull on the 120mm both Y-cable to one header, so it sounds like that's the way to go with the hybrid too.
     




    It's much simpler than you think.  Just have a look here for example.

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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/29 23:52:28 (permalink)
    Hi,
     
    When can we expect the Hybrid AIO kit for 3080 FTW3 Ultra?
    Will we be able to buy the AIO kit separately? I would buy it for 100% sure.
     
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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/30 00:04:00 (permalink)
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    It's much simpler than you think.  Just have a look here for example.




    Hrm isn't that for putting the kit on from scratch? 

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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/30 00:04:06 (permalink)
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    Hi,
     
    When can we expect the Hybrid AIO kit for 3080 FTW3 Ultra?
    Will we be able to buy the AIO kit separately? I would buy it for 100% sure.
     
    Thanks.




    The GPU Hybrids are expected mid to end of Nov. and yes, they usually sell the AIO Kit separately.

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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/30 00:05:58 (permalink)
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    It's much simpler than you think.  Just have a look here for example.




    Hrm isn't that for putting the kit on from scratch? 




    Yes, that would be a Hybrid Kit sold separately and installed on a air cooled GPU.

    I linked that to give you an idea about the cabling and how easy it is to reTIM the GPU.  

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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/30 05:15:09 (permalink)
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    Dabadger84
    It's going to be a standard AIO 240mm radiator from Asetek, most likely, which means it's dimensions will be the same as every other Asetek-made 240mm AIO... which are these:
     
    Radiator Dimensions
     
    277mm x 120mm x 27mm

    From Corsair's website.



    Cool thanks.    Trying to find a benchmark that shows the difference between a 120mm and 240mm on a 2080.  Need one that shows a good result so I can get revenge on GTXJack for crushing my expectations with the claim there wont be much of a difference 




    It might be slightly longer, slightly taller, or both, but it should be around about that size.
     
    And I still think the 240mm radiator on the 3080 FTW3 Ultra is going to destroy the current cooler in terms of temperatures.  I know mine will, because I'll be running Push/Pull like I did on my 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid, which never saw 50C when gaming, compared to people on air seeing high 70s or more.
    To be honest, as long as the Hybrid card runs cooler and vents all the hot air out of the back of the case & the radiator only, I'll be happy, because the way the air cooler is designed sure does make it toasty for my M.2s while gaming, even with a fan blowing on that area.


    I had a ftw3 ultra hybrid 2080ti from evga (sold it a couple months ago) and that was just a 140mm and yeah it was cooooool.  I did have the evga fan installed to push, with the radiator at the rear exhaust, and i took my fan that was there and installed it on the outside so it would pull exhaust.  But woosh I dont think it ever crossed 50c under load and I play at 4k.
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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/30 06:58:55 (permalink)
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    I had a ftw3 ultra hybrid 2080ti from evga (sold it a couple months ago) and that was just a 140mm and yeah it was cooooool.  I did have the evga fan installed to push, with the radiator at the rear exhaust, and i took my fan that was there and installed it on the outside so it would pull exhaust.  But woosh I dont think it ever crossed 50c under load and I play at 4k.




    The rad is a 120mm for that gen and the ones before it so with that said, there's just no way a 120mm would stay under 50c unless you were blowing A/C to it and at 4K?  Maybe your GPU was throttling...idk...Your story isn't adding up.  Have any images to verify this claim?

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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/30 12:19:28 (permalink)
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    I had a ftw3 ultra hybrid 2080ti from evga (sold it a couple months ago) and that was just a 140mm and yeah it was cooooool.  I did have the evga fan installed to push, with the radiator at the rear exhaust, and i took my fan that was there and installed it on the outside so it would pull exhaust.  But woosh I dont think it ever crossed 50c under load and I play at 4k.




    Nice. How was the noise? As Jack said that seems incredible.   Were there other factors like non overclocked? Undervolted? 

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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/30 16:12:53 (permalink)
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    RaggyD
     
    I had a ftw3 ultra hybrid 2080ti from evga (sold it a couple months ago) and that was just a 140mm and yeah it was cooooool.  I did have the evga fan installed to push, with the radiator at the rear exhaust, and i took my fan that was there and installed it on the outside so it would pull exhaust.  But woosh I dont think it ever crossed 50c under load and I play at 4k.




    Nice. How was the noise? As Jack said that seems incredible.   Were there other factors like non overclocked? Undervolted? 


    +1000 +135 max power limit only a tad extra on the voltage slider.

    Vertical gpu, big case, ****load of Arctic P14 fans which have very high static pressure and airflow (with the 2 p14 pst fans on my arctic Liquid freezer ii 280mm cpu aio there were a total of 10 p14s..and then one more p12 pst...the bottom fan space fit a p14 and a p12), the rad had a fan on either side (mounted my rear exhaust fan outside the case to pull), and the cpu aio was top exhaust. Side intake vent for the vertical gpu I modded into the case. Used thin foam that I glued everywhere that wasn't intake or exhaust so no air leakage, more than twice as much air going in than out, airflow was in from front side and bottom and going up which pulls the heat from the gpu more efficiently since it goes up naturally. Case seals and much higher intake using high static pressure fans creates a lot of positive pressure and you can get a mild air conditioning effect because you can get the air to compress a little. Not a lot but its enough. Before I went over the case and sealed all the little openings that weren't necessary sort of like "weather stripping" the card was a little warmer. Person I sold it to doesn't have a setup like mine in terms of airflow and positive pressure etc they also are getting a bit of pump whine that this card is known for, but they're mounted normally, and their case isn't as tall, so while the rad is above the pump it's not as high above. I told them to get a fan cable extension and plug the pump into the mobo so it would shut up. They reported average sub 60c under high load tho which is still chilllyyy.

    So okay yeah I paid a lot of attention to my case set up and did some other mods on it (had to make the venting and mounting at the top for the cpu rad) and created a mild ac effect lol ya got me 🥶
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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/30 22:26:06 (permalink)
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    RaggyD
     
    I had a ftw3 ultra hybrid 2080ti from evga (sold it a couple months ago) and that was just a 140mm and yeah it was cooooool.  I did have the evga fan installed to push, with the radiator at the rear exhaust, and i took my fan that was there and installed it on the outside so it would pull exhaust.  But woosh I dont think it ever crossed 50c under load and I play at 4k.




    Nice. How was the noise? As Jack said that seems incredible.   Were there other factors like non overclocked? Undervolted? 


    +1000 +135 max power limit only a tad extra on the voltage slider.

    Vertical gpu, big case, ****load of Arctic P14 fans which have very high static pressure and airflow (with the 2 p14 pst fans on my arctic Liquid freezer ii 280mm cpu aio there were a total of 10 p14s..and then one more p12 pst...the bottom fan space fit a p14 and a p12), the rad had a fan on either side (mounted my rear exhaust fan outside the case to pull), and the cpu aio was top exhaust. Side intake vent for the vertical gpu I modded into the case. Used thin foam that I glued everywhere that wasn't intake or exhaust so no air leakage, more than twice as much air going in than out, airflow was in from front side and bottom and going up which pulls the heat from the gpu more efficiently since it goes up naturally. Case seals and much higher intake using high static pressure fans creates a lot of positive pressure and you can get a mild air conditioning effect because you can get the air to compress a little. Not a lot but its enough. Before I went over the case and sealed all the little openings that weren't necessary sort of like "weather stripping" the card was a little warmer. Person I sold it to doesn't have a setup like mine in terms of airflow and positive pressure etc they also are getting a bit of pump whine that this card is known for, but they're mounted normally, and their case isn't as tall, so while the rad is above the pump it's not as high above. I told them to get a fan cable extension and plug the pump into the mobo so it would shut up. They reported average sub 60c under high load tho which is still chilllyyy.

    So okay yeah I paid a lot of attention to my case set up and did some other mods on it (had to make the venting and mounting at the top for the cpu rad) and created a mild ac effect lol ya got me 🥶



    Wow that's awesome.  I love creativity like this as opposed to all the "No you can't do it that way..." advice you tend to get from people who cant think outside the box. 

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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/30 23:59:05 (permalink)
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    I had a ftw3 ultra hybrid 2080ti from evga (sold it a couple months ago) and that was just a 140mm and yeah it was cooooool.  I did have the evga fan installed to push, with the radiator at the rear exhaust, and i took my fan that was there and installed it on the outside so it would pull exhaust.  But woosh I dont think it ever crossed 50c under load and I play at 4k.




    Nice. How was the noise? As Jack said that seems incredible.   Were there other factors like non overclocked? Undervolted? 


    +1000 +135 max power limit only a tad extra on the voltage slider.

    Vertical gpu, big case, ****load of Arctic P14 fans which have very high static pressure and airflow (with the 2 p14 pst fans on my arctic Liquid freezer ii 280mm cpu aio there were a total of 10 p14s..and then one more p12 pst...the bottom fan space fit a p14 and a p12), the rad had a fan on either side (mounted my rear exhaust fan outside the case to pull), and the cpu aio was top exhaust. Side intake vent for the vertical gpu I modded into the case. Used thin foam that I glued everywhere that wasn't intake or exhaust so no air leakage, more than twice as much air going in than out, airflow was in from front side and bottom and going up which pulls the heat from the gpu more efficiently since it goes up naturally. Case seals and much higher intake using high static pressure fans creates a lot of positive pressure and you can get a mild air conditioning effect because you can get the air to compress a little. Not a lot but its enough. Before I went over the case and sealed all the little openings that weren't necessary sort of like "weather stripping" the card was a little warmer. Person I sold it to doesn't have a setup like mine in terms of airflow and positive pressure etc they also are getting a bit of pump whine that this card is known for, but they're mounted normally, and their case isn't as tall, so while the rad is above the pump it's not as high above. I told them to get a fan cable extension and plug the pump into the mobo so it would shut up. They reported average sub 60c under high load tho which is still chilllyyy.

    So okay yeah I paid a lot of attention to my case set up and did some other mods on it (had to make the venting and mounting at the top for the cpu rad) and created a mild ac effect lol ya got me 🥶



    Wow that's awesome.  I love creativity like this as opposed to all the "No you can't do it that way..." advice you tend to get from people who cant think outside the box. 




    With all due respect, a 2080 Ti @ full bore on a 120mm rad, there's just NO WAY anyone can average under 50c anyway you look at it.  That's why I still want to see evidence of this claim.  The GPU has to be throttled or some other customized cooling involved... 

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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/31 01:15:20 (permalink)
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    Wow that's awesome.  I love creativity like this as opposed to all the "No you can't do it that way..." advice you tend to get from people who cant think outside the box. 




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    With all due respect, a 2080 Ti @ full bore on a 120mm rad, there's just NO WAY anyone can average under 50c anyway you look at it.  That's why I still want to see evidence of this claim.  The GPU has to be throttled or some other customized cooling involved... 




    To be clear, I was referring to most answers I've gotten at Toms Hardware over the last decade and a half.
     
    But I do think there may be something about externally mounted GPU AIO radiators that create two positive situations:  1) It's not blowing warmed air into a case that may affect internal temps in the setup of an intake and 2) It itself is being cooled by ambient room temps as opposed to internal case air as an exhaust.
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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/31 01:50:45 (permalink)
    Yeah you definitely don't want a GPU radiator setup as intake in my experience.  The 120mm radiator on my 1080 Ti was spewing lava-air at times when I was gaming, and that's with the GPU core only hitting like 45C.  I can't imagine that hot air being blowing IN TO the case doing anything but making things worse.  I always had it setup as exhaust out the top or back of the case myself.
    I imagine that'll be SLIGHTLY less of an issue with the 240mm radiator coming on the 3080 Hybrid, but it's still going to have some hot air coming out of it under load, no doubt about it.  
    I'm excited still, looking forward to not needing all these extra fans to keep air moving in areas it would otherwise get recycled in, in my case anymore.
    I do wonder how many other people have tried the "fan in your expansions slot" thing I've done to help get the hot air the 3080 FTW3 Ultra is outputting "out" faster, I think it really does help, a lot.  Every time I'm gaming if I give that airflow a "feel", it's noticeably warm.
    I actually setup a thermocouple back there that's hooked up to my motherboard for monitoring purposes, during my last gaming session that air got as warm as 36C according to it... that's pretty toasty, I can only imagine how much hotter it would've been if there wasn't a fan sucking it out & it instead had to leave "passively" over time.
    For comparison, that same airflow reads out at 25-26C when the system is idle.

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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/31 02:17:44 (permalink)
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    Yeah you definitely don't want a GPU radiator setup as intake in my experience.  The 120mm radiator on my 1080 Ti was spewing lava-air at times when I was gaming, and that's with the GPU core only hitting like 45C.  I can't imagine that hot air being blowing IN TO the case doing anything but making things worse.  I always had it setup as exhaust out the top or back of the case myself.
    I imagine that'll be SLIGHTLY less of an issue with the 240mm radiator coming on the 3080 Hybrid, but it's still going to have some hot air coming out of it under load, no doubt about it.  
    I'm excited still, looking forward to not needing all these extra fans to keep air moving in areas it would otherwise get recycled in, in my case anymore.
    I do wonder how many other people have tried the "fan in your expansions slot" thing I've done to help get the hot air the 3080 FTW3 Ultra is outputting "out" faster, I think it really does help, a lot.  Every time I'm gaming if I give that airflow a "feel", it's noticeably warm.
    I actually setup a thermocouple back there that's hooked up to my motherboard for monitoring purposes, during my last gaming session that air got as warm as 36C according to it... that's pretty toasty, I can only imagine how much hotter it would've been if there wasn't a fan sucking it out & it instead had to leave "passively" over time.
    For comparison, that same airflow reads out at 25-26C when the system is idle.




    Heh like this?
     
    https://hardforum.com/threads/exhaust-fan-beneath-gpu-pics-test-results.1957164/
     
     
    Or this?
     

    I wonder if putting one above and below would help...
     

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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/31 02:43:19 (permalink)

     
    Yeah, a full on 120mm fan in the expansion slots blowing outward... I have one blowing on the M.2 area too to keep the heat from accumulating there as well, I'll reevaluate that position once I get the Hybrid card & see if it's worth keeping or not.
     
    Edit: I actually tried setting up the giant 200mm fan I have "in front" of the GPU, towards the front of the case, blowing air all through the GPU area, didn't seem to work the way I intended.  May try it again with this setup, but it seems like the front fans I have are getting air where it needs to go thanks to that extra piece of glass making it "not allowed" to exit the gaps in the case in that area.
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    Re: Do we yet have -exact- dimensions of the 240mm Hybrid radiator? 2020/10/31 13:57:34 (permalink)
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    Yeah, a full on 120mm fan in the expansion slots blowing outward... I have one blowing on the M.2 area too to keep the heat from accumulating there as well, I'll reevaluate that position once I get the Hybrid card & see if it's worth keeping or not.
     
    Edit: I actually tried setting up the giant 200mm fan I have "in front" of the GPU, towards the front of the case, blowing air all through the GPU area, didn't seem to work the way I intended.  May try it again with this setup, but it seems like the front fans I have are getting air where it needs to go thanks to that extra piece of glass making it "not allowed" to exit the gaps in the case in that area.




    Purrrrty.     
     
    Are your ceiling fans intaking there?    They would have to be to keep a positive pressure environment right?  And something else I've never thought to ask before.  Does having fans blowing in "odd" directions, like onto the motherboard interfere with the positive pressure airflow?

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