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In the past, GPU cooling can be ad hoc'd with adapters like NZXT G10/G12 and even the old Corsair HG10 adapter cooling bracket (for Hydro series) to connect with an AiO like the H80 and H100 coolers.

 

Now, with the latest releases like the H80i v2, H150i, H100i v2 and their squarish pump heads, they are now incompatible to these adapters. Are there any adapter that are available so that I can use these new AiO coolers to cool a GPU, like my eVGA 1080TI?

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In the past, GPU cooling can be ad hoc'd with adapters like NZXT G10/G12 and even the old Corsair HG10 adapter cooling bracket (for Hydro series) to connect with an AiO like the H80 and H100 coolers.

 

Now, with the latest releases like the H80i v2, H150i, H100i v2 and their squarish pump heads, they are now incompatible to these adapters. Are there any adapter that are available so that I can use these new AiO coolers to cool a GPU, like my eVGA 1080TI?

 

None that I know of. Sorry bud.

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You should still be able to pick up the prior H55 or H75 for single 120mm radiator support, typically what most people use for a GPU hybrid. I think I might prefer non-Link/CUE coolers for that job anyway. The extra USB and fan connectors are just one more thing to route away to nowhere and there are not a lot of settings to tweak. You need to pump to keep a high cycle rate and there are many other ways to control the fans.
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You should still be able to pick up the prior H55 or H75 for single 120mm radiator support, typically what most people use for a GPU hybrid. I think I might prefer non-Link/CUE coolers for that job anyway. The extra USB and fan connectors are just one more thing to route away to nowhere and there are not a lot of settings to tweak. You need to pump to keep a high cycle rate and there are many other ways to control the fans.

 

The USB would be good for a once off custom fan profile saved to the AIO and then just left unplugged after.

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