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Hey folks, i recently bought a RTX 2080, but came to notice that it needs more power than my old 1050ti. So which cable do i need to connect my power supply to the RTX. i got an CS750M. I kinda figured that i need a type 3 or 4 pcie, but it seems to be out of stock or is included in a package with 5 other cables i don't need. Is there someone with a link for me, what's the best choice? Thanks in advance, axegb
Hi all, looking for suggestion on my current build. I'm running 2700X stock with zotac RTX 2080 inside Fractal Design Define Mini C TG with two Noctua NFA14 as intake and H80i as exhaust with LL120 pushing and stock H80i fan as pull. http://www.plikimage.com/images/2018/10/10/6432d01d-f2d4-4584-985a-a0a2b8e261e31466df068d0e19a1.md.jpg I just read around here and realized I was in the wrong setting my H80i fan target towards the CPU. However now I'm in new grounds here on how to setup my fan curve and what's the optimal coolant temperature for my setup. I live in SE Asia, with high humidity and 30 degrees C ambient room temp. I do have aircon but I seldom use it since I don't like cold air. My usage scenario is for office document creation/browsing/gaming about 33% every day since I work from home. Testing my "heaviest" load scenario is GTA V online, my coolant temp peaks at 49 degrees C while my CPU peaks at 65 degrees C. All the while, the RTX 2080 blowing 75 degrees C of hot air inside the case. The noise from the fan at the moment bothers me a bit. Curently the fan spins about 70% which is quite loud. I'm still targeting the CPU temp since, hey it works... But I wonder if I can lower it by targeting the coolant temp, but I didn't know what's the "safe" temp zone for coolant temp. Care to share some insight on how to improve my setup?