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9900k @ 5200MHz - DDR4 @ 4200MHz Cl16
2080Ti HoF @ 2160MHz - VRAM @ 8275MHz
Oh man this thing is a beast! How are you liking that water block on the 2080ti? What was it like assembling it together?
At first, I was a little concerned about this GPU water block because I had never heard of the brand Bykski before. However, being the only gpu block manufacturer I found for this card model, I ended up purchasing it from Aliexpress and, to my surprise, it is doing very well.
I ran the following benchmarks and games for 10 minutes (ambient temp of 25C) and max temps were:
Unigine Heaven = 50C (avg. of 310w);
Kombustor - VK-FurMark Donut = 57C (avg. of 425w)
Quake Champions - Ultra settings = 45C (avg. of 215w)
The Witcher 3 - Ultra settings (Hairworks On) = 50C (avg. of 300w)
There's actually a bitspower block for that, and it's officially bundled and sold with the card as a "PLUS" model in China.
Sick parts Wells done!
How did you buy all the parts? Was it on a special website with all the parts or what?
I purchased almost all parts from a website here in Brazil. A few water cooling parts, like gpu water block, fittings and reservoir, are from AliExpress.
Is the rear radiator a 120 or 140? The only thing keeping me from getting this case is not knowing if I can fit a 140mm radiator and a fan in the back with a 280mm AIO on top.
In my case I was able to fit the rear 140mm radiator bellow the h115i.