There are a lot of good models out there, so this is not a definitive answer in that sense.
I have exclusively used EVGA GeForce 1080 Ti SC Black Edition GPUs. Having stripped a few down to their skivvies for the purpose of mounting waterblocks (separate build), I can say that they are pretty well-equipped with respect to passive cooling (lots of thermal pads, including on the backside). In addition, the 2 stock fans do pretty well (I run them at 65%, 100%TDP, and with a box fan aimed at them on low power); this gets me operating temps in the high 50s / low 60s ©. Full disclosure, I’ve only been running them for a few months, but whichever model you choose, make sure you take a peek at their return policy. EVGA offers a 3-year return policy that persists even if you make alterations (e.g., mount a waterblock).
Most 1080 Ti’s will get you 680-760 sol/s depending on a variety of factors (overclocking, operating temperatures, luck of the draw (aka silicon lottery)). I personally get about 740 sol/card, but with different settings, I have reached as high as 760 sol / s without exceeding 100% TDP.