[SOLVED] Corsair GPU water block compatibility... Which GPU and cooling solution to purchase?

Which GPU and cooling solution should I go with?

  • MSI RTX 2070 Gaming Z with stock air cooling

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  • MSI RTX 2070 Gaming Z with custom water cooling

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  • Nvidia RTX 2070 Founder's Edition with Corsair's Hydro X Series XG7 GPU water block and overclock it

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  • Nvidia RTX 2080 Founder's Edition with Corsair's Hydro X Series XG7 GPU water block and overclock it

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  • Asus RTX 2080 ROG Strix with Corsair's Hydro X Series XG7 GPU water block and overclock it

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Hey everyone! I need advice. I have been looking at buying an MSI RTX 2070 Gaming Z GPU. I currently have a Corsair filled system. Crystal 680x, water cooling system, RAM, fans, RGB lighting all from Corsair so I want to stick with them as I water cool the GPU as well. As I was going to order the GPU water block I noticed they only support certain GPU's and my preferred GPU is not one of them. Should I get one of the Asus GPU's they cover or a Founders Edition GPU which is also covered and overclock it?
 

rubix_1011

Contributing Writer
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I would go with whatever card you like that has GPU block support. This is the primary way I shop for GPUs now - which ones have supported full-cover blocks, and go from there.

I just submitted a cooler review on the Corsair Hydro X stuff...it's good quality, and I'd recommend them as viable options for anyone wishing to watercool.
 

rubix_1011

Contributing Writer
Moderator
I would go with whatever card you like that has GPU block support. This is the primary way I shop for GPUs now - which ones have supported full-cover blocks, and go from there.

I just submitted a cooler review on the Corsair Hydro X stuff...it's good quality, and I'd recommend them as viable options for anyone wishing to watercool.
 

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