- Jul 21, 2018
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|Processor||Intel i9 10980XE|
|Motherboard||EVGA X299 Dark|
|Cooling||Water (1x 240mm, 1x 280mm, 1x 420mm + Mo-Ra 360 external radiator)|
|Video Card(s)||RTX 2080 Super|
|Display(s)||24", 1440p, freesync, 144hz|
|Case||Open Benchtable (OBT)|
|Audio Device(s)||beyerdynamic MMX 300|
|Power Supply||EVGA Supernova T2 1600W|
|Mouse||OG steelseries Sensei|
That doesn´t really work because the cards need to talk to each other, there is only one of them that has the connection to the mainboard. This is where this bridge pcb comes in:Can you use a long stack to space out the GPU'S from each other and extend the fan cooling wires? Clearly with the short stack the cooling isn't there for the underside gpu. Longer ones will work.
I can´t extend that easy. There was a version that was higher or even adjustable via ribbon cable (not sure) for some aftermarket cooler. But finding these today will be difficult.