1080Ti Water Blocks

Discussion in 'nVidia Flavor' started by Nirad9er, Mar 21, 2017.

  1. Nirad9er

    Nirad9er 2[H]4U

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    Where is everyone getting their Water Blocks for their 1080Ti? There seems be low inventory or out of stock on the popular blocks everywhere. What's up with the shortage? I'm looking for nickel plated aquacomputer or heatkiller.
     
  2. Blazemore

    Blazemore [H]ard|Gawd

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    I purchased an EK Titan X block before the mad rush.
     
  3. Nenu

    Nenu [H]ardened

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    Too late.
    Pre-order or wait for stock.

    The EVGA AIO coolers fit the 1080ti and Titan Pascal.
    There are some Youtube vids
     
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  4. drklu

    drklu 2[H]4U

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    Give it a few weeks for actual 1080ti blocks to be out.
     
  5. sprout2287

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  6. Tych-0

    Tych-0 Gawd

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    I think EK is supposed to have 1080 ti blocks out soon. As far as I know they are exactly the same as the Titan XP blocks but with 1080 ti branding. Perhaps if we're lucky they will make them so they fit the HB SLI bridges too.
     
  7. damstr

    damstr [H]ard|Gawd

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    EK stated on the Reddit that first week of April they will have 1080 Ti blocks. Included will be a single slot bracket. I just went with the Titan XP EK block. It fits perfect. I can get over the backplate saying Titan.
     
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  8. Napoleon

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    I'm going to be making my own [H]igh flow [H]ybrid waterblock based on the Heatkiller 3.0 CU baseplate later this year. I'm going to start the CAD work in a month or two and mill or print top prototypes hopefully starting around then.

    The premise is using the FE cooler for VRM/RAM with the GPU cooling able to plug into custom WC loop (simlar to the Gamers Nexus hybrid mods). I'm debating if there should be any AL or CU passive heatsinks on top of the RAM area of the stock cooler; there are thermal pads normally which contact the vapor chamber heatsink, although I'm not sure if there is thermal grease on the vapor chamber (which has a larger surface than just the GPU die area). My 1080ti heatsink (I don't have a card yet) is on its way so I can start working up details :)

    Projects are fun, more to come on this...