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Parts:
Phanteks enthoo 719
Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Xtreme
EVGA 2080TI FTW3 Ultra (running at 2145-2200 MHz)
32GB G.Skill 3200 MHz CL 14
I7-9700K at 5.0 GHz
Lian-Li SL120 fans
EK-Vector GPU block and Phanteks Glacier D140 Distribution Plate
Aquacomputer Cuplex Kryos NEXT VARIO with VISION CPU Block
1 x Hardwarelabs nemesis GTS360 (top) + 1 x hardwarelabs nemesis GTS480 (front) + corsair hydro x xr7 360 in the bottom (hardwarelabs was to wide)
The water-cooling heart is of course two singularity computers protium D5 pump/res combos in series
I was debating upgrading to a 30 series GPU and new CPU, but with these prices I’ll wait for the next gen instead. My current hardware is still sufficient for what I use it for.
Performance wise (I think) it’s performing decently .

Under load, meaning a gaming session of a few hours with for example Halflife Alyx (VR), MSFS 2020 (VR) or ghost recon wildlands which are fairly demanding games I get the following temps:

-Intake/ambient temp- 20 degrees Celsius
-Coolant temp- 27-30 degrees Celsius
-CPU temp- 55-60 degrees Celsius on average
-GPU temp- 43 degrees Celsius is the highest I’ve seen

Just for clarity those are the actual temps, not delta T
Pump speed is controlled by the aquaero 6 using res temp and fan curves are controlled by the aquaero 6 based on the delta between intake temp and coolant temp (so far I’ve never had the fans go above 1300 RPM)

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