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Hi mates, are there any AIO coolers for GPU's that include a block, etc?

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My PC case supports a top 360mm AIO and a 360mm AIO in the front. I was thinking I can get the Corsair H150i pro 360mm for my cpu since its on sale for $140 right now, and it would be cool if I could find something similar for gpu, Corsair should make like a AIO that includes a full block for the gpus... would be epic 2x 260mm and no maintenance involved.

if anyone knows of anything let me know
 
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Kraken makes some universal GPU coolers that do pretty well

Swiftech and EK also make some all in one kits for both CPU and GPU
 
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Making a universal GPU AIO that covers anything but the core is impossible due to design differences between cards. That's why we have bespoke water blocks for every GPU under the sun. Then again, most Asetek AIOs (in other words: most AIOs, but check first!) can be mounted on most GPUs, but they don't cool the VRM (or the VRAM, really). Thus, we have solutions like NZXT's bracket that includes a fan for the VRM. Supposedly it works quite well. GPUs are amazingly receptive to water cooling due to the die hot spots being spread out more (and not as hot as the ones on a CPU) and having direct die contact, so any AIO will do a good job with pretty much any GPU. There's a reason the "hybrid" models all have 120mm AIOs - it's all you technically need. Of course, bigger rads will dissipate heat faster and lower water temperatures in heat soak, which is nice (especially if you have a Pascal GPU with GPU Boost 3).
 
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Corsair used to make one, the HG 10, to fit GTX 9 series, but they discontinued it. I guess it sucked, like the NZXT bracket I had (everything ran hot except the GPU die. You must supply your own Asetek-made AIO that fits the bracket. My NZXT G10 had a weak 80mm fan that didn't cool the VRM very well, but the GPU die ran about 50c at full load.
 
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They make a variety of "custom" all in one style blocks for video cards check their website and see if they have a matching heatsink for your specific card

The nice thing about the platform is when you upgrade your video card you can just buy a new heatsink for the unit and reuse the "aio"
 
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As mentioned, due to the changing nature of gpu's, making a semi permanent solution is near impossible since one would have to be made for each model and brand GPU . Corsair as well as NZXT , and a couple others if I recall correctly make something that utilizes certain all in one water coolers. That's the closest thing you'll get , other than a full custom water block set up
 

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While a bit expensive, I was going to suggest the EVGA Hybrid, but I have a feeling that that MSI 1080ti is not an FE design with a fancy cooler.
 
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While a bit expensive, I was going to suggest the EVGA Hybrid, but I have a feeling that that MSI 1080ti is not an FE design with a fancy cooler.

In all honesty I am very happy with my 1080 Ti cooling, 3 fan design on MSI the duke, with a strong fan curve i don't break 65 celsius and that is with a heavy OC.

that being said, I would love to go full water someday, bring that 65 down to 50 with same clocks.
 
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