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CaseLabs new build Help and tips extremely welcome please

Discussion in 'General' started by eddiegm247, 21 Oct 2018.

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Which set of Dual GPU's would you choose from?

  1. Gigabyte's RTX 2080's

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  2. Gigabyte's RTX 2080ti's

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  3. ASUS 2080's Strix

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  4. ASUS 2080ti's Strix

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  5. EVGA 2080's FTW3's tri-Fans ULTRA'S

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  6. EVGA 2080ti's FTW3's tri-Fans ULTRA'S

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  7. GALAX 2080ti Limited Edion

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  8. GALAX 2080ti Limited Edion

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  1. eddiegm247

    eddiegm247 New Member

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    Hello everyone I will be doing a build log and would love any and all suggestions of Do's and don'ts! I have several CaseLabs that are about to get a monster make over and I was wondering what would you all purchase as per WaterCooling for a SMA8-A Revision with the Fully Extended Top, and pedestal! This will be the first 1, I will begin the incredibly awesome journey of building!
    I already have the ASUS X299 SAGE w/Intel's 7820x CPU, 1 ASUS 1080ti Poseidon, 2 480 M.2 NVMe Kingstons, AX1200i Corsair PSU, EVGA 850w PSU, 7 Noctua Fans, CableMod extensions, and an ASUS RTX 2080 OC. For now this is it i will have several rads, Fans, and much more by the middle of today! Thank you all for taking the time to over look my post and leaving your input, it really means the World to me! Have an incredible rest of your Shmunday :clap::rock::hip:again thanks for your time and consideration,
     
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  2. The_Crapman

    The_Crapman Don't phone it's just for fun.

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    If you're watercooling them, rather than choosing the cards first, you need to find the blocks you want and then see what cards are compatible with them. Especially at this early stage, you'll likely only get blocks compatible with reference design cards.
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  3. silk186

    silk186 Derp

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    I don't think it really makes a difference as you will remove the cooler and void the warranty.
     
  4. Anfield

    Anfield Well-Known Member

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    The "proper" custom PCB 20x0 cards haven't even been announced yet, so if you are going to watercool them there is no relevance to brand name.
     

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