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Does anyone know how to reach Nateman-doo regarding the custom waterblock orders?? I sent him the deposit a year ago for my order and I never received any follow ups or updates from this guy. Has anyone else that was part of the initial order list received their custom water blocks and if so, can you please let me know how to contact him.

I have his e-mail address that he answers to every second month. I have been waiting for mine for months, but haven't paid yet as he didn't want to take my order months ago until he was less loaded with work. He says he is too busy with other things, but still he manage to make prototyp's and other stuff for the new Evga Dark mobo. So basicly, he don't use the "first come first get" so I lost interest.
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Thanks for the reply and info. Not the end of the world, I'm out $140 that I sent him when I placed my order. It's disappointing that he doesn't treat his customers with more respect. I have a set of MIPS nickel delrin blocks on my Extreme 11 system and they get the job done. Perhaps some of the big players who also ordered blocks from him have been lucky enough to receive their water block sets.
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Hi guys, my first time here, but have been building systems for a number of years.
I have already decided on my next x79 rig will be based around the AE11, however I am going to using it for CAD, and rendering, so will need to be able to run 64GB of RAM as the machine will be powered on for probably days if not weeks at a time.
Has anyone gotten full sets of these 64GB GSkill kits to work and stay stable at 2400MHz (preferably without watercooling as I'd prefer to spend the money on more SSD's or new peripherals), and if so, would anyone be generous enough to show me, either with a link or explanation? I'd probably be ok with 64GB of the better timed Corsair kits at 1866 and 2133 as well, if any of these are more stable.
Clocking anything else isn't an issue.

Thanks in advance, Eiskrieg.
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Hi guys, my first time here, but have been building systems for a number of years.
I have already decided on my next x79 rig will be based around the AE11, however I am going to using it for CAD, and rendering, so will need to be able to run 64GB of RAM as the machine will be powered on for probably days if not weeks at a time.
Has anyone gotten full sets of these 64GB GSkill kits to work and stay stable at 2400MHz (preferably without watercooling as I'd prefer to spend the money on more SSD's or new peripherals), and if so, would anyone be generous enough to show me, either with a link or explanation? I'd probably be ok with 64GB of the better timed Corsair kits at 1866 and 2133 as well, if any of these are more stable.
Clocking anything else isn't an issue.

Thanks in advance, Eiskrieg.
I know CallsignVega was attempting it. The last i had heard is he had got 64gb up to 2200mhz. Not sure if he made it all the way up to 2400. You can PM him and ask.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1289956/asrock-x79-extreme-11-owners-issues-hopefully-fixes/50#post_17974215

http://www.overclock.net/t/1289956/asrock-x79-extreme-11-owners-issues-hopefully-fixes/60#post_17985563

Also i bet it would be much easier to reach on IB-E vs SB-E.
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I'll be in SB-E, being as I already have the 3970x for this build.
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Thanks for the reply and info. Not the end of the world, I'm out $140 that I sent him when I placed my order. It's disappointing that he doesn't treat his customers with more respect. I have a set of MIPS nickel delrin blocks on my Extreme 11 system and they get the job done. Perhaps some of the big players who also ordered blocks from him have been lucky enough to receive their water block sets.

Well at least you got blocks before MIPS went out of buisness, I only mangaed to get the larger block and still need the small VR block frown.gif That is stopping my complete waterloop mad.gif
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I got mine from Nateman-doo. really close to getting everything set up, want to have it done in the next week or 2.

striderstone....have you attempted installation yet? my initial chipset block could not be installed due to the placement of the inlet/outlet that sits right below the CPU block. others had the same problem. nateman_doo is working on replacement tops that fix the situation.



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I have been waiting for him for months now....about to give up and get the z87 extreme9 (want the Thunderbolt plug). I have the large block, but missing the small VR block......nowhere to be found on the big internet.
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Does anyone know how to reach Nateman-doo regarding the custom waterblock orders?? I sent him the deposit a year ago for my order and I never received any follow ups or updates from this guy. Has anyone else that was part of the initial order list received their custom water blocks and if so, can you please let me know how to contact him.

i've got mine...but as discussed....it could not be installed. but I know he is making progress on the replacement tops intended to fix the issues. he has posted some videos of their production in my build log (see sig).



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Sorry to hear that MightyG, i think your best bet is to contact "The office of fair trading" with a hand written letter. I am based in Australia, but depending where you are the company name might be different but their job is the same. It can be a lengthy process but it worked for me with some of my home theatre equipment was neglected by Pioneer at one stage.Nothing worse than being taken for a charity organization. Hope you get your money back and a solution to your problem. Good luck.

unnecessary....and probably ineffective. this is a guy working by himself on a homemade CNC mill in his garage.



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I have his e-mail address that he answers to every second month. I have been waiting for mine for months, but haven't paid yet as he didn't want to take my order months ago until he was less loaded with work. He says he is too busy with other things, but still he manage to make prototyp's and other stuff for the new Evga Dark mobo. So basicly, he don't use the "first come first get" so I lost interest.
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Originally Posted by MightyG View Post

Thanks for the reply and info. Not the end of the world, I'm out $140 that I sent him when I placed my order. It's disappointing that he doesn't treat his customers with more respect. I have a set of MIPS nickel delrin blocks on my Extreme 11 system and they get the job done. Perhaps some of the big players who also ordered blocks from him have been lucky enough to receive their water block sets.

yes, communication with him can be frustrating at times. he simply bit off more than he can chew with this project. but I have high hopes that he will ultimately come through. he told me a few days ago that he has a new "temporary" top for my chipset block that he is sending so I can test the new inlet/outlet locations. he didn't say why they are "temporary", but I'm guessing it's because they didn't come out too pretty. but he indicated that if the inlet/outlets work that he could turn around a new permanent top quickly.
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Originally Posted by Eiskrieg View Post

Hi guys, my first time here, but have been building systems for a number of years.
I have already decided on my next x79 rig will be based around the AE11, however I am going to using it for CAD, and rendering, so will need to be able to run 64GB of RAM as the machine will be powered on for probably days if not weeks at a time.
Has anyone gotten full sets of these 64GB GSkill kits to work and stay stable at 2400MHz (preferably without watercooling as I'd prefer to spend the money on more SSD's or new peripherals), and if so, would anyone be generous enough to show me, either with a link or explanation? I'd probably be ok with 64GB of the better timed Corsair kits at 1866 and 2133 as well, if any of these are more stable.
Clocking anything else isn't an issue.

Thanks in advance, Eiskrieg.

Hi,
If you're going to use it professionally and need lot's of RAM, I would suggest to invest on the Xeon CPU. Unlike ASrock recommends, I have installed 2x8GB ECC REG RAM modules on a Xeon E5-2665 and everything runs perfect. I made that choise with a risk, but because of the architecture, and because the memory controller is inside the CPU, I took the risk to buy this kind of RAM. Also, I want to try 16GB ram modules. If they're recognised by my Xeon, I think the memory capacity can go up to 128GB of total RAM. But again, you should do this by your own risk and have in mind that they may not work. But then again, the second hand server RAM market is very good. I got my 2x8GB ECC REG for just 80 GBP, which is a joke and in the end, I think it worth the try. By the way, my Xeon is also an ES, which was a bargain, but again, I did it on my own risk. Right now my board is RMAed because the LSI was dissapearing when linked with GEN3 speeds. But except that, my system was working perfect!
Cheers.
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Anyone with IB-E having cold boot issues?

I'm using the 3.01 BIOS with a 4960X. It's stable at 4.5GHz for hours and hours with Prime95 and LinX. The only problem I have is when I turn the computer off for the night and turn it back on the next day. When the system is cold it doesn't want to boot up on the first try. It will turn on, but never POST. Monitor and keyboard never turn on. I usually have to power it off and power it back on for it to POST. This never happens when the system is warm. It always boots right up then.
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Anyone with IB-E having cold boot issues?

I'm using the 3.01 BIOS with a 4960X. It's stable at 4.5GHz for hours and hours with Prime95 and LinX. The only problem I have is when I turn the computer off for the night and turn it back on the next day. When the system is cold it doesn't want to boot up on the first try. It will turn on, but never POST. Monitor and keyboard never turn on. I usually have to power it off and power it back on for it to POST. This never happens when the system is warm. It always boots right up then.

I have 3.01 and i don't have this problem.
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