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Old 10-05-2015, 01:32 PM
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No, the hybrid version of the 980 Ti should help with keeping it's temperatures in check and exhausting heat out of the system. However, you will need to plan ahead. That is three AIO water cooling units in your case. You should probably figure out where you will mount the two 120mm radiators for the GPU's before deciding on a CPU cooler and a location for it.

The 110i GT and GTX are both 280mm coolers. However, they are made by two different manufacturers. The GT is made by CoolIT and the GTX by Asetek. There are some cosmetic differences and the GTX has stiffer hoses and a different mounting point. Their are some small differences in the fans and possibly in the way the firmware interacts with the LINK software. From a general cooling standpoint, both coolers are equally effective for reducing temperatures.
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