Relax with Phanteks G1080 Water Block Flow

DooKey

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Man, it looks like they are really hitting all areas of the block really well. Nice video!
 

Joust

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Looks good. Like the other guy said - hits all the places on the block really well.
 

Dekar12

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Nice bubbles....

Have you tried running your 8600k and a gtx 1080 ti on the same loop? Kind of curious if a 480 rad is enough to cool both to acceptable levels.
 

FrgMstr

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Nice bubbles....

Have you tried running your 8600k and a gtx 1080 ti on the same loop? Kind of curious if a 480 rad is enough to cool both to acceptable levels.
Actually no, but I do not think that would be an issue at all.
 

Derangel

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Nice bubbles....

Have you tried running your 8600k and a gtx 1080 ti on the same loop? Kind of curious if a 480 rad is enough to cool both to acceptable levels.

It would be more than perfectly fine. The RX480 rad is 56mm thick. It is a huge radiator. I could, easily, run my 1080 and 5820k, both OC'd, off of the 40mm 360 rad I currently have.
 

Dekar12

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It would be more than perfectly fine. The RX480 rad is 56mm thick. It is a huge radiator. I could, easily, run my 1080 and 5820k, both OC'd, off of the 40mm 360 rad I currently have.

Cool, thanks guys.
 
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