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watercooled ROG MATRIX-GTX780TI-P-3GD5

antec7033
Level 7
Hi everyone,

I'm building a new game pc and want complete watercooling. My question is : can i buy a factory build watercooled ROG MATRIX-GTX780TI-P-3GD5.
Or is 2 x ROG POSEIDON-GTX780-P-3GD5 in sli a better configuration.

The rest of the configuration is :
* corsair obsidian 750D case
* maximus vII formula (watercooled)
* i7-4790 K (watercooled)
* kingston hyper x 32Gb DDR3-2400 Mhz (watercooled)
* OCZ revodrive 350 RVD350-FHPX28-480 Gb

any help is more than welcome.

Regards and respect to all
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ConkersGrillfor
Level 9
EKWB has a waterblock for the Asus GTX 780Ti Matrix, I believe there are no other companies, who have a cooler for this custom card.
The GTX 780Ti Matrix is a nice card with great performance. Two Asus GTX 780 Poseidon in SLI would definitely outperform the Matrix and they have watercooling solution preinstalled. It's hard to give you an answer, which option is the best to choose. What monitor(s) will you use? Display resolution?
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ConkersGrillforce1337 wrote:
EKWB has a waterblock for the Asus GTX 780Ti Matrix, I believe there are no other companies, who have a cooler for this custom card.
The GTX 780Ti Matrix is a nice card with great performance. Two Asus GTX 780 Poseidon in SLI would definitely outperform the Matrix and they have watercooling solution preinstalled. It's hard to give you an answer, which option is the best to choose. What monitor(s) will you use? Display resolution?


Thanks for the advice already, my display resolution is 1920x1080. I'm a bit affraid to assembly the cooler myself because i think it's difficult.

regards and respect

antec7033 wrote:
Thanks for the advice already, my display resolution is 1920x1080. I'm a bit affraid to assembly the cooler myself because i think it's difficult.

regards and respect

No problem 😄
Haha, no it's easy to install a watercooler 😉 Remove the stock/Matrix cooler, clean your card respectively the die and other components with thermal compound applied, repaste all relevants components with thermal compound (MX-4, AS5,...) and install the watercooler, that's it. 😉
One GPU should be enough to drive FullHD with maxed out settings, no matter which model you choose. 😉
Desktop: Xigmatek Elysium | Rampage IV Extreme | i7-3960X | G.Skill 32Gb DDR3 2133Mhz|fastest Asus MarsII on the planet:cool: core 950Mhz| Kingston HyperX SSD 240Gb + 300Gb Intel 300series SSD + Velociraptor 600Gb + 3TB HDD | Enermax Maxrevo 1500W| 3xDell U2412m |
Laptop: Samsung 940X3G | i7-4500U | 8Gb RAM | 256Gb SSD | 13.3" 3200x1800 |

kkn
Level 14
evga have blocks on theirs.