ASUS ROG Poseidon GeForce GTX 1080 TI

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ASUS ROG Poseidon GeForce GTX 1080 TI

So I am thinking of getting this card but am not sure. ASUS ROG Poseidon GeForce GTX 1080 TI 11GB Platinum Edition

But I don't know what kind of water cooling unit I would need and if my Cosmos II will have the room? The only experience I have with water cooling is my Cooler Master Neptune which came with everything attached and all I had to do was plug and play for lack of proper terminology. This is just a thought and if it is going to be a major pain or could cause me problems with my PC I would just assume go with one of the 3 fanned versions. Thanks for any help. Oh can't game till at least Oct. because of my shoulder surgery, so I am in no big hurry, just trying to educate myself. Thank you for any help.

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ASUS Poseidon 1080 Ti

Thanks Steve, I'll talk to ASUS and see if I can get one for review.

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Admin1 wrote:

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Thanks Steve, I'll talk to ASUS and see if I can get one for review.

Thank you.

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I have one

I have the 980Ti Poseidon card here. You can use the air cooling with them, (which I am doing) or hook up a pump and rad to it to cool it down better. (for overclocking use)

The air cooling works as good as my other two 980Ti cards do. It's a little bit better card compared to my Super Clocked EVGA 980Ti, but it falls short of my Gigabyte 980Ti G1 Gaming Extreme.

Mine may be seeing water before too long.

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Thanks Neil. Do you see any

Thanks Neil. Do you see any difference in performance with aircooling it over water cooling it?

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