ramshambo2001 OMG Sweet! Been waiting forever!
phillg22So I have an O11d and I've been recognizing space limitations with some of the larger cards. Will the FTW3 hybrid / hydrocopper have better clearance against the glass? Thanks!
aberdieSucks for the working folks who can't sit and refresh a website all day. Elite member label just a gimmick or something.
Timerider42Disappointed there's no hybrid option with a 140mm radiator. I wanted something to replace my 1080 hybrid. I can't fit another 240mm radiator into my case without (another) complete overhaul.
RanmacanadaTimerider42Disappointed there's no hybrid option with a 140mm radiator. I wanted something to replace my 1080 hybrid. I can't fit another 240mm radiator into my case without (another) complete overhaul.A 140mm rad is only good for about 250 watts. The 3080 does 320. [volume LxWxH in mm] (LxWxH) x 0.00023129193 = Watts dissipated for 10°C delta-T (estimated)
sirienWhen will the hydrocopper blocks be available for purchase seperately for current ftw3 owners?
daverhodusWill the pumps on these run at 100% all the time? I would love any information about pump noise.
GTXJackBauer These lower powered AIO pumps usually run at 100% as they are designed. When there's pump noise it could be from improper installation and or air pockets being circulated or lodged in the pump. That's why it's always recommended to have the return tubes positioned from the bottom of the radiator if it's in a vertical position to trap the air at the top of the rad while a top rad installation wouldn't matter at that point.
Avenger411So a top or bottom mount doesn’t matter for the pump’s health ? I was debating if i was putting the 240 rad at the bottom (corsair 680x) since my top mount is for cpu and the clearance for front mount is way to tight. If bottom mount is safe i’d be glad!