FS: guts of GTX1080Ti

awedio

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empty shell, heatsink, fan, plastic trim, screws.
NO GPU, I repeat, there is NO GPU

Cost: you pay shipping


 

warlockedyou

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@DWSimmons Not OP, but my EK block is waiting at home to do the same as @awedio. It works out to be about the same pre-tax (FE cards move a little), but it is single slot which is what I wanted.
I'm thinking about liquid cooling 1080 Ti/'s and not sure what to pick between the below three things:

1.) Get a hybrid and plug it in a custom loop - Asus Poseidon
2.) Get a founders edition and replace the fan cooling - (dont know much about which FE is good for liquid cooling)
3.) Get OC 'ed aftermarket card and replace the fan cooling - ROG-STRIX-GTX1080TI-O11G-GAMING

My question to you would be - why pick FE card? Because its single slot? If so, why single slot compared to dual slot? Why not get aftermarket single slot(if they even make such a thing)? Are you going to OC your single slot FE card?

If this question is too open, I can make a different thread since I have no intentions of hijacking OP's thread. Maybe OP @awedio can shed some light as well :)

Thanks!
 

awedio

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My intentions are slightly different since I don't game.
I went to ekwb.com & noted all the GPUs they had a waterblock (full coverage) for.
This model was on that list.
 

awedio

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Why : just because!!

This was originally going to be a Win 10 build (now Win 10 will run as a vm.)

MB: SuperMicro X9DA7
NVMe SSD: Samsung EVO 960: 1 x 500GB, 1x 1TB
M.2 module: Amfeltec Gen 3 Carrier Board
CPU: 2x Xeon E5-26xx
RAM: 128GB DDR3
GPU: Gigabyte GTX1080Ti Founders Edition
LCD: 2x Dell 3007WFP (2560 x 1600) + 1x Dell U2415 (1920 x 1200)
Networking: Mellanox ConnectX-3 dual NIC
Water block parts: EKWB & Koolance
Case: Silverstone Temjin TJ11
 

pgh5278

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Why : just because!!

This was originally going to be a Win 10 build (now Win 10 will run as a vm.)

MB: SuperMicro X9DA7
NVMe SSD: Samsung EVO 960: 1 x 500GB, 1x 1TB
M.2 module: Amfeltec Gen 3 Carrier Board
CPU: 2x Xeon E5-26xx
RAM: 128GB DDR3
GPU: Gigabyte GTX1080Ti Founders Edition
LCD: 2x Dell 3007WFP (2560 x 1600) + 1x Dell U2415 (1920 x 1200)
Networking: Mellanox ConnectX-3 dual NIC
Water block parts: EKWB & Koolance
Case: Silverstone Temjin TJ11
Hello, what radiator and fans did You Use..Thanks