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    MSI teases a Corsair-cooler equipped GTX 980 Ti

    Collaborative product is expected to be a water-cooled graphics card, and is "coming soon".
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    Re: MSI teases a Corsair-cooler equipped GTX 980 Ti

    I'm surprised this hasn't happened sooner.

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    Re: MSI teases a Corsair-cooler equipped GTX 980 Ti

    Looks like the after-market bodge job solutions corsair have offered for a while, but probably with the premium price of a nice closed up solution offered by the likes of EVGA. With any luck it'll do a better job at cooling off package components than corsair's previous solutions did.

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    Re: MSI teases a Corsair-cooler equipped GTX 980 Ti

    Thanks but no thanks. I prefer custom loop. Would not purchase anything with a Corsair pump in it

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    Re: MSI teases a Corsair-cooler equipped GTX 980 Ti

    Quote Originally Posted by cjs150 View Post
    Thanks but no thanks. I prefer custom loop. Would not purchase anything with a Corsair pump in it
    Custom loop isn't worth the pain. I wish more graphics cards came with AIO watercoolers.

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    Re: MSI teases a Corsair-cooler equipped GTX 980 Ti

    Quote Originally Posted by qasdfdsaq View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by cjs150 View Post
    Thanks but no thanks. I prefer custom loop. Would not purchase anything with a Corsair pump in it
    Custom loop isn't worth the pain. I wish more graphics cards came with AIO watercoolers.
    Can't wait for the day they go back to just a plain heatsink because heat isn't an issue.

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    Re: MSI teases a Corsair-cooler equipped GTX 980 Ti

    as a amature pc builder i like this, feel its a step i need to give me the confidence to challenge myself to future water cooling build

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    Re: MSI teases a Corsair-cooler equipped GTX 980 Ti

    Not tried water cooling yet, but these seem a good beginners way in.

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    Re: MSI teases a Corsair-cooler equipped GTX 980 Ti

    Now all ppl want for cooler is water cooler. Well now they have it but Cosair water cooler... not really

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    Re: MSI teases a Corsair-cooler equipped GTX 980 Ti

    Quote Originally Posted by Cr@ig View Post
    as a amature pc builder i like this, feel its a step i need to give me the confidence to challenge myself to future water cooling build
    If you want a challenge and to build a water-cooling setup for fun and as a hobby, sure go ahead. If you want an actual practical cooling solution, don't bother. Go AIO. It's like maintaining your car yourself with custom parts instead of using a garage. Some do it for fun, others do it cause it's cheaper. Except in watercooling, a custom loop is practically never cheaper.

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