Hello everyone, This is about the Gigabyte GTX 1080 xtreme gaming waterforce 8G (http://www.gigabyte.us/products/product-page.aspx?pid=5919#kf) Ordered one now (yes now, don't ask, lol) and while in wait, i'm trying to find out what fans i can use to replace its stock one. Since the water cooling kit used for this card is not specified (no brand, no model), i'm obviously stuck/left at guessing. Does anyone here know the values for: - fan Max. Input Power? - fan Max. Input Current? - fan Voltage? If the internet is anything to go by, the cooling kit is supposedly an OEM CoolerMaster, except that doesn't really help in determining said values.. In /guesstimating mode? The cheapest CoolerMaster water cooling kit (with 120mm fans) out there is the Seidon 120, specs for which i have found and cover me (reasoning being that if the cheapest CM kit can take the fan i'm after*, then the card probably can too). I'd still like to make sure if possible, don't want to burn the circuit. *Max. Input Power 3,6 W, Max. Input Current 0,3 A, Voltage 12 V If anyone has any info, i would really appreciate it guys. My thanks for reading @Gigabyte-Gaming here's to hoping you see this edit: 01/22/17 Never learned the maximum Ws/As, but i can at least testify that the fan --can-- be safely replaced. Am running a Noctua in the original's stead now and all is well. Just do keep in mind some knowledge in electronics is required to make the switch (would not have been able to do it myself).