EVGA_JacobFYou guys may have seen "I'M Hit" around as the EVGA Gaming news reporter and liquid cooling discussions from back in the day. He is now a part of Asetek and will be here to help us answer any Asetek related questions! Also introducing Asetek_Dennis, technology Evangelist from Asetek who is also here to assist where needed.Help me to give both of them a warm welcome to the EVGA forums and don't feel shy to reach out if you have any questions!!
gunz_incarnateI did get my card with the pre-installed hybrid cooler and it is no longer under warranty. I don't think they could do much with it if it was under warranty as I can't seem to find a pump that's reasonably priced to replace that hybrid. I may have to either go w/ air, the nzxt aio setup, or get a custom loop. I just don't like the idea of not putting something on the vram as it gets pretty hot when i game.
gunz_incarnateHey, I've been having an issue with my aio pump for the sc2 hybrid.
DamonLynch@gunz_incarnate, gunz_incarnateHey, I've been having an issue with my aio pump for the sc2 hybrid. If you don't mind me asking, was the problem caused by something you did, or did the pump fail for other reasons like a defect? I ask because I've had problems with the pumps of two 1080 Ti SC2 hybrid kits, which I installed myself. FWIW I found this video interesting:
caldm4just had the same issue with my card now appears most of the coolant has gone so I’m looking to replace the aio pump/radiator but the evga one are nowhere to be found. I saw the post below highlighting aio coolers. Do I understand this right that a Corsair h55 would replace the evga pump like for like? Or that I’d need to use a g12 bracket? Compatibility - AIO Liquid CoolersCorsairH105, H110, H90, H75 (CW-9060015-WW only), H55, H50 (CW-906006-WW only)ThermaltakeWater 3.0 Riing RGB 360, 280, 240, Red 280, 140, Water 3.0 Ultimate, Extreme S, Extreme, Pro, PerformerWater 2.0 Extreme, Pro, PerformerAntecKUHLER H2O 920V4, 620V4, 920, 620ZalmanLQ-320, LQ-315, LQ-310oí
caldm41. Coolant outlet pipe get hot (but slowly). Likewise the inlet and radiator. (I suspect the pump of being weak). I did get some air in it but managed to clear it. 2. The radiator has air in it. A lot of air. As you rotate the radiator the liquid glugs around.
caldm43. No matter what I do with the radiator I can’t seem to get it hot apart from the edge with the two pipes. No amount of shaking or moving has much of an effect. Maybe there is a blockage. I can’t comment as I don’t really know how the fluid flows. 4. The pump has a very slight rattle to it. I suspect air maybe but I have made a big effort to get it out. no effect at all.
caldm4What I really feel like doing is trying to take the radiator outlet pipe out and try and see the coolant level/pump flow. I’m not sure how hard it would be to get off and put back on. Anyone tried?
caldm4Liquid Permeation Check After 1 Year: GPU Hybrid - Gamers Nexus video on YouTube.