MSI Releases Limited Edition GeForce GTX 1080 30th Anniversary graphics card

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Final

    Final a true All-in-One water cooled GPU :banana: but I'm sure it will be way to expensive for me :cry:
     
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    And probably less efficient than a custom water loop.
     
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    I doubt it EK are one of the best when it comes to watercooling and as this is using standardised fittings there's no reason why you couldn't expand it to a custom loop.
     

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    I won't expect that AIO water to perform better than a custom one with a 3 * 120 rad for example.
     
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    1000+ euros.
     
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    Well nice, but i got me the Gigabyte GTX 1080 Xtreme Gaming Water cooling, which doesn't have a fan on the card itself also: the cooling of the FETs happens with heatpipes, which are connected to the waterblock. So in my eyes this is very much the same to a "all-in-one" watercooling...because there is no aircooling :)

    Plus the Gigabyte card is much cheaper.
     
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    Lets me guess, 1500 Euros for something that gets the same OC on Air and can be as quiet :p
     
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    Uh this one has a full cover waterblock, gigabyte does not.

    A single 6mm heatpipe will not cool VRM effectively, therefore MSI is by far a better design.
     
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    Probably not but you have to take into account the cpu heat as well once you go full loop as this just for the GPU it's performance should be up there

    personally if I bought it I'd probably integrate it into a full loop further down the line, that's the beauty of EK as they use the standard 1/4 fittings.
     

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    Nice card :)
     
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