Question Using a spare AIO cooler to rest on GPU backplate ?

Jun 13, 2021
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Just curious if anyone out there has done anything similar to what is in this reddit thread? https://www.reddit.com/r/NiceHash/comments/m4b179 View: https://www.reddit.com/r/NiceHash/comments/m4b179/i_cooled_my_3090_fe_vram_withan_aio/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3

I'm currently using a gigabyte GV 3090 and while I do have 2 or 3 spare fans laying around, by the time I figure out how to mount them to the side panel and all that , I could save myself alot of time to accomplish the same thing by just resting an AIO cooler to the backplate of the GPU without taking apart the to add a water block. I'm using the stock clock settings still with my GPU and temps aren't terrible(41-45C at idle and 60-64C underload like RDR2 maxed out)but if I can get lower VRAM temps with spare parts why not :p
 
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