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Hot!TitanX/1080ti HYBRID Waterblock Cooler, Cooling, 400-HY-5388-B1 $50 Hike

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Re: TitanX/1080ti HYBRID Waterblock Cooler, Cooling, 400-HY-5388-B1 $50 Hike 2017/05/18 15:42:09 (permalink)
I've seen tons of install threads for this on a FE card. Are there any instructions when dealing with lets say a 1080ti SC Black Gaming ( which this should be compatible with)
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Re: TitanX/1080ti HYBRID Waterblock Cooler, Cooling, 400-HY-5388-B1 $50 Hike 2017/05/23 12:38:19 (permalink)
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I've seen tons of install threads for this on a FE card. Are there any instructions when dealing with lets say a 1080ti SC Black Gaming ( which this should be compatible with)

I also have this question lol. I've see. A few videos dealing with the FE but not the SC black. And I've seen a few posts saying the back plate does not fit from the hybrid kit, even though it's listed as compatible on the EVGA product page.
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Re: TitanX/1080ti HYBRID Waterblock Cooler, Cooling, 400-HY-5388-B1 $50 Hike 2017/05/25 09:06:47 (permalink)
My guess is that you don't see many people putting the hybrid kit on the SC black because they didn't buy the black with the intent of putting another cooling solution on it.  IMO the FE cards are more common place for the hybrid upgrade simply because of the step up program.  I would never have bought a FE card, but with the step-up option it was a no-brainer.  EVGA could easily have charged me a premium to get a 1080ti with the hybrid cooler pre-installed, but that's not how it's set up.
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