[SOLVED] RTX 2060 super with morphius II?

hellenjoona

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Hi!
I bought Gigabyte Gaming OC RTX 2060S (dual fan version) for a cheap 380€. My problem with this card is that it runs really hot (82c) and it's way too loud for my liking. I was thinking about purchasing morphius 2 with 2 noctua fans and put it on. I did not find any guides or information about it. If theres anyone who is running morphius 2 on rtx 2060s please let me know, it would really help me out!
 

rubix_1011

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Each cooler has different requirements to what fits and what does not. Mounting for the cooler should follow the same die mounts, but the PCB differences for reference and non-reference can mean the die fit might be correct, but PCB layout might prevent the application to some models and not others.
 

gamerbrehdy

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The mounting holes and your dye are in the middle of the card. The contactsurface of the morphius 2 seems to be on the side.

So the mounting is compatible (if your reseller states so, most of the time the compatible devices are shown), but the cooler will stick out to the side.

I’ts probably even bigger than a 3 fan GPU at that point.
Sorry that I have to dissappoint you, it won’t fit.
 

rubix_1011

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The support page states that it doesn't support Nvidia GPUs over the GTX 10 series.

I guess my question would be why would you assume it would work for RTX 20 when it does not list compatibility with those cards?

Their site lists 3 versions of that cooler and none of them actually supports anything newer than the 10-series. https://www.raijintek.com/en/products_bycategory.php?CategoryID=1&SubCategoryID=22

SPECIFICATION​
Product Name​
MORPHEUS II CORE EDITION​
Product Number​
0R100022 [0R10A00022]​
Dimension [W×D×H]​
254×98×44 mm​
Weight​
515 g [Heat Sink Only]​
Thermal Resistance​
0.135 °C/W [With Raijintek 12025 fan×2]​
0.143 °C/W [With Raijintek 12013 fan×2]​
Heat Sink​
Base Material​
Mirror copper base​
Fin Material​
Aluminum Alloy; Solder assembly​
Heat-pipe​
SPEC​
Φ6mm​
Q'ty​
12 pcs​
Heat-sink for RAM & VRM​
A type: 9pcs​
13.4(W) × 11(H) × 15(D) mm​
B type: 9pcs​
13.4(W) × 5(H) × 15(D) mm​
C type: 5pcs​
5.9(W) × 11(H) × 20(D) mm​
E type: 3pcs​
5.9(W) × 11(H) × 6(D) mm​
VRM type​
28(W) × 18.5(H) × 94(D) mm​


APPLICATION​
AMD®​
R9 390x, R9 Fury, Hawaii chip (R9 290/290x),
Curacao chip (HD 7850, 7870 xt; R9 270/270x)​
nVIDIA® GTX Series​
1080Ti, 1080, 970, 980, 980Ti, 780Ti, 780, 770, 760, 650, 650Ti, 660, 660Ti, 680​
 

hellenjoona

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The support page states that it doesn't support Nvidia GPUs over the GTX 10 series.

I guess my question would be why would you assume it would work for RTX 20 when it does not list compatibility with those cards?

Their site lists 3 versions of that cooler and none of them actually supports anything newer than the 10-series. https://www.raijintek.com/en/products_bycategory.php?CategoryID=1&SubCategoryID=22

SPECIFICATION​
Product Name​
MORPHEUS II CORE EDITION​
Product Number​
0R100022 [0R10A00022]​
Dimension [W×D×H]​
254×98×44 mm​
Weight​
515 g [Heat Sink Only]​
Thermal Resistance​
0.135 °C/W [With Raijintek 12025 fan×2]​
0.143 °C/W [With Raijintek 12013 fan×2]​
Heat Sink​
Base Material​
Mirror copper base​
Fin Material​
Aluminum Alloy; Solder assembly​
Heat-pipe​
SPEC​
Φ6mm​
Q'ty​
12 pcs​
Heat-sink for RAM & VRM​
A type: 9pcs​
13.4(W) × 11(H) × 15(D) mm​
B type: 9pcs​
13.4(W) × 5(H) × 15(D) mm​
C type: 5pcs​
5.9(W) × 11(H) × 20(D) mm​
E type: 3pcs​
5.9(W) × 11(H) × 6(D) mm​
VRM type​
28(W) × 18.5(H) × 94(D) mm​


APPLICATION​
AMD®​
R9 390x, R9 Fury, Hawaii chip (R9 290/290x),
Curacao chip (HD 7850, 7870 xt; R9 270/270x)​
nVIDIA® GTX Series​
1080Ti, 1080, 970, 980, 980Ti, 780Ti, 780, 770, 760, 650, 650Ti, 660, 660Ti, 680​
They test these cards for ref models only, i bought a cooler from arctic for this card, it does not list 2060 supported but still it fits nicely.
 

rubix_1011

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Each cooler has different requirements to what fits and what does not. Mounting for the cooler should follow the same die mounts, but the PCB differences for reference and non-reference can mean the die fit might be correct, but PCB layout might prevent the application to some models and not others.
 

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