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2020/09/01 13:25:09 (permalink)
I see a lot of people asking in the stickied thread but no responses.
 
1. When is the expected launch of hydro copper cards?
2. Are the ports similar to 2080 ti FTW3? on 3090 FTW3?
 
I can only hope that the hydro copper 3090 is no longer than the 2080 ti FTW, I have about 1mm of clearance to my reservoir lol.
 
Anyone have any guesses on power consumption? I'm pretty sure my card sucks down 373w peak. Curious what 3090 can do. 

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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/01 13:28:44 (permalink)
    Really no information on date right now. Hydro copper version may not release early either. Might be faster to get a standard EVGA card and slap an EK block on it. 
     
    Time will tell.
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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/01 13:30:53 (permalink)
    Yeah I was hoping to pick up a hydro copper 3090 FTW3 by Christmas time. Supply seemed pretty light on those. I got in on the 2nd round of FTW3 waterblocks but they seem impossible to find now.

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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/01 13:34:43 (permalink)
    No dates yet...
     



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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/01 13:36:59 (permalink)
    Thanks Jacob! Any details at all (like LxWxH) or should we be patient 

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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/01 13:39:31 (permalink)
    Dang I hope to get one before covid-19 catches me ... 
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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/01 13:41:50 (permalink)
    Just realized I can do a vertical setup if need be. I'd get a little more space and I'd finally get to admire the underside of the waterblock which I never get to see lol. Anyone know this feel?

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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/01 13:54:49 (permalink)
    aTeam
    Just realized I can do a vertical setup if need be. I'd get a little more space and I'd finally get to admire the underside of the waterblock which I never get to see lol. Anyone know this feel?


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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/01 14:02:44 (permalink)
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    No dates yet...
     



    Fingers crossed the kingpin version of the hydro-copper comes in adult colours lol 😂
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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/01 14:10:53 (permalink)
    Hmm to wait for the HC block or get a EKWB/heat killer block and get a reference PCB card. I would hope they would be out within 12 weeks of release so by end of December/Jan 2020. Hopefully as we get closer we get an update. I would wait for EVGA if there is a rough estimate
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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/01 15:15:02 (permalink)
    Can we pre-order :)
    i'll take 4 :)
    (two systems.. and yeah.. i have faith the cyberpunk will use SLI.... or at least i'll still look good in the hall of fame.)

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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/01 15:16:25 (permalink)
    I'm going for a reference PCB (so the XC3) + Heatkiller block.
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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/01 15:27:06 (permalink)
    sakete
    I'm going for a reference PCB (so the XC3) + Heatkiller block.


    I'll likely go the same route. EVGA takes forever to get the hydro copper units out.. and low stock. (also, if they were like the last gen HC blocks. They sucked. Really poor flow.)
    I am worried about the ref card's cooler. I was looking for screws... and didn't see many. I'm fear mr glue..
     
    that said, i'm getting to old to take cards apart and add blocks :) but there is almost zero chance i'd be able to snag multi HC cards.
    post edited by zurvv - 2020/09/01 15:32:11

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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/01 15:45:39 (permalink)
    Why does the hydrocopper use 2 slots?  Will there be a 1-slot bracket available?
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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/01 15:57:04 (permalink)
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    No dates yet...
     



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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/01 15:57:54 (permalink)
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    I'm going for a reference PCB (so the XC3) + Heatkiller block.


    Is the XC3 reference pcb for sure
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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/02 06:58:38 (permalink)
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    Hmm to wait for the HC block or get a EKWB/heat killer block and get a reference PCB card. I would hope they would be out within 12 weeks of release so by end of December/Jan 2020. Hopefully as we get closer we get an update. I would wait for EVGA if there is a rough estimate



    I'm seeing a lot of people saying they are going with Heatkiller, any particular reason you would go with this over EK or Phanteks etc? 

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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/02 06:59:54 (permalink)
    Mroberts95Hmm to wait for the HC block or get a EKWB/heat killer block and get a reference PCB card. I would hope they would be out within 12 weeks of release so by end of December/Jan 2020. Hopefully as we get closer we get an update. I would wait for EVGA if there is a rough estimate

     
    I'm seeing a lot of people saying they are going with Heatkiller, any particular reason you would go with this over EK or Phanteks etc? Also, that illuminated permanent red trim is a huge no go. I don't know why EVGA did this this time around, it looks awful on all of the coolers and sadly, the Hydro Copper block.

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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/02 07:01:23 (permalink)
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    Jacob is that red accent a strip of red plastic trim or is it an adjustable/addressable color LED?

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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/02 07:02:42 (permalink)
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    Hmm to wait for the HC block or get a EKWB/heat killer block and get a reference PCB card. I would hope they would be out within 12 weeks of release so by end of December/Jan 2020. Hopefully as we get closer we get an update. I would wait for EVGA if there is a rough estimate



    I'm seeing a lot of people saying they are going with Heatkiller, any particular reason you would go with this over EK or Phanteks etc? 


    Better Quality for sure.
    You can tell just by the blocks themselves.
    I have a heatkiller block and have seen in person the EKWB blocks at micro center and they are not as nice in quality.
     
    Will both still work and be within a degree or two. Yes But I like something built to last and paid attention to in build quality.
     
    But honestly I might just get an EKWB block for now and then when heatkiller comes pop on that block.
    I am more worried about getting a 3090 rather than a block this time around.
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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/02 08:35:51 (permalink)
    The interesting bit for WC'n the 3090 is the ram on both side of the PCB.

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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/02 10:09:39 (permalink)
    I was considering the hydro copper but the RGB crap is such a turn off for me.  If you dn't install whatever stupid app is needed to control that does it default to off or a sane color(like red)?  Rebuilding system for first time in 10 years and i don't like how the entire market went rgb!
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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/02 10:11:48 (permalink)
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    I was considering the hydro copper but the RGB crap is such a turn off for me.  If you dn't install whatever stupid app is needed to control that does it default to off or a sane color(like red)?  Rebuilding system for first time in 10 years and i don't like how the entire market went rgb!


    X1 Precision controls the LED IIRC. Which means you can just turn them off in there.
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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/02 10:15:29 (permalink)
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    I was considering the hydro copper but the RGB crap is such a turn off for me.  If you dn't install whatever stupid app is needed to control that does it default to off or a sane color(like red)?  Rebuilding system for first time in 10 years and i don't like how the entire market went rgb!


    X1 Precision controls the LED IIRC. Which means you can just turn them off in there.


    but how are they by default?  i'd rather not install apps just to control LEDs.  Never had anything with them on them and don't really want but not having to get a separate block would be nice, but if the LED's are on by default probably will
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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/02 10:18:57 (permalink)
    I honestly don't remember how they came on with my 2080...
    It's 2020, your computer will survive an app to control the leds ;-)
     
    Buying a different block because you don't want to install an app is definitely your prerogative though :-)
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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/02 10:28:35 (permalink)
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    I was considering the hydro copper but the RGB crap is such a turn off for me.  If you dn't install whatever stupid app is needed to control that does it default to off or a sane color(like red)?  Rebuilding system for first time in 10 years and i don't like how the entire market went rgb!


    I don't recall how it was by default, but on my 2080ti hydro copper block I used the software to change the color to something I like then haven't opened it since, made sure it doesn't load at startup. It seems to preserve the current configuration. I'm not sure if there is something minor in memory, or if it is saved physically somehow on the card itself. Haven't needed to touch it in months.



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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/02 10:30:32 (permalink)
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    I don't recall how it was by default, but on my 2080ti hydro copper block I used the software to change the color to something I like then haven't opened it since, made sure it doesn't load at startup. It seems to preserve the current configuration. I'm not sure if there is something minor in memory, or if it is saved physically somehow on the card itself. Haven't needed to touch it in months.

    Yeah I didn't want to say anything without checking first, but I'm kinda sure it sets it on the card and if you really wanted to you can even uninstall the program.
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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/02 10:31:05 (permalink)
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    I was considering the hydro copper but the RGB crap is such a turn off for me.  If you dn't install whatever stupid app is needed to control that does it default to off or a sane color(like red)?  Rebuilding system for first time in 10 years and i don't like how the entire market went rgb!


    I don't recall how it was by default, but on my 2080ti hydro copper block I used the software to change the color to something I like then haven't opened it since, made sure it doesn't load at startup. It seems to preserve the current configuration. I'm not sure if there is something minor in memory, or if it is saved physically somehow on the card itself. Haven't needed to touch it in months.




    that's good then.  little more re-assuring.  I just hate having a lot of unnecessary apps running in the background and that's what I wanted to avoid.
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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/02 10:32:18 (permalink)
    Xaelias
    Buying a different block because you don't want to install an app is definitely your prerogative though :-)

    The 2xxx series hydrocopper blocks were pretty terrible.  Unless EVGA has fixed their manufacturing problems, you probably want to buy a different block for more important reasons than LEDs or RGB.
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    Re: Hydro Copper 2020/09/02 10:33:43 (permalink)
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    Buying a different block because you don't want to install an app is definitely your prerogative though :-)

    The 2xxx series hydrocopper blocks were pretty terrible.  Unless EVGA has fixed their manufacturing problems, you probably want to buy a different block for more important reasons than LEDs or RGB.


    Well that's a different thing of course :-)


    But keep in mind that we have no idea what the availability for 3rd party blocks for EVGA cards is going to look like.
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