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1080 Ti Multi-card question

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I've got a system that is eventually going to have 4 1080 Ti cards in it.

Currently it has 1 1080 Ti FE Nvidia card, and I'll have an EVGA FE version in about 2 weeks.

I'm going to pull the trigger on another card today.

I'm going to be using riser cables to help manage air-flow. Either 9cm or 20cm cables. Probably 20cm cables with 2 cards on cables and 2 directly in the motherboard.

Withe the FE cards, the riser cables won't be in the direct path of a intake fan. I'm going to have 2 FE cards for sure.

Would I be better off with the riser cable cards being multi-fan cards?

Any suggestions on the best multi-fan cards under $725 if I go that way?

Sorry, still thinking this out.
Date: Apr 21, 2017   


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