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Thanks BGKris. I knew I'd read that someplace.

And as usual, a question and answer normally leads to another question.

I'll be removing the ASUS M6E chipset heat sink and installing the EK-FB ASUS M6E. That brings up two questions.

1. Does the EK Water Block sit closer to the mPCIe Combo II and thus reduce the length of the M.2 that can be used? (With the ASUS heat sink a M.2 up to 60mm can be used)

2. The EK Water Block appears to sit lower than the stock heat sink. Will this allow a M.2 longer than 60mm to be used? (Passing over top of the Water Block)

Thanks again for inputs.

RodeoGeorge
Edited by wa3pnt - 3/15/14 at 3:18pm
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post #72 of 250
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Originally Posted by wa3pnt View Post

Thanks BGKris. I knew I'd read that someplace.

And as usual, a question and answer normally leads to another question.

I'll be removing the ASUS M6E chipset heat sink and installing the EK-FB ASUS M6E. That brings up two questions.

1. Does the EK Water Block sit closer to the mPCIe Combo II and thus reduce the length of the M.2 that can be used? (With the ASUS heat sink a M.2 up to 60mm can be used)

2. The EK Water Block appears to sit lower than the stock heat sink. Will this allow a M.2 longer than 60mm to be used? (Passing over top of the Water Block)

Thanks again for inputs.

RodeoGeorge

 

Hey man,

 

The EK block sits almost identical width as the standard heat sink around the VRMs, but is a lot lower profile around the top and down past the chokes. So the M.2 should fit perfectly fine with a 60mm but I don't think anything longer will fit, the EK block is still just a little too tall.

 

The only issue I had with my EK FB was my 3x ASUS 660 Ti DCII were a very tight fit and are hard against the Z87 section of the waterblock.

post #73 of 250
Yea the GPU's sit very tight against the mobo block. If you are doing sli you might need to loosen the sli water block to get all the cards to seat into slots because of how tight the tolerance is.
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Yea the GPU's sit very tight against the mobo block. If you are doing sli you might need to loosen the sli water block to get all the cards to seat into slots because of how tight the tolerance is.

 

Yep very very tight fit, mine just took a little bit of pressure for all 3 to seat properly, I was lucky tho, all 3 of my cards were still joined together by the EK Triple FC Bridge and the SLI Bridge when I installed my M6E block and went to put them back in which made it a lot easier to seat them all in one go.

post #75 of 250
Howdy guys, new here and looking to buy my first extreme board from Asus. I have used their boards for a long time and have just recently come across the means to allow me to build my dream system. I have read reviews and watched videos about all the different z87 boards out there. It seems many of the other boards have lots of horror stories but the Asus remains stable and trouble free.

My main goals are to build an incredible gaming / workstation and streaming kit that allows me to tweak and customize for a few years to come. I have already started re-modeling the gaming room where the beast will live. Must say I haven't been this excited with a hobby in years. Probably because I get to do it right this time smile.gif

Here is my in process build, about half of which is on order already and some of which has arrived!

Looking forward to thoughts yall might have.

Guts:
  • Phanteks Primo Case (ordered)
  • Maximus VI Extreme
  • 4770k
  • 2x 840 pro 256gb (arrived)
  • 32gb Dominator Platinum 1800 (cant decide if i want the 2400 or not)
  • 4x XFX 290 (3 ordered damn newegg and their stock limits)
  • Antec 1300 pws (very hard to find one in stock, if you know where to look please let me know)


Dual Loop Water Cooling - (all ordered)
  • 2x Alphacool UT60 Quad 120
  • 4x XSPC VGA Blocks w backplates
  • 2x Bitspower dual pump MCP655 + 150 res
  • EK Supremacy CPU block all zinc
  • EK Ram Block
  • EK M6E Chipset block
  • 16x Corsair 120 SP fans
  • 4x Bitspower VGA blocks + backplates
  • BitFenix Recon Black Fan controller


Extras:
  • Audio Technica AG1 headset
  • Roccat Ryos keyboard w Brown switches
  • Roccat Kone XTD mouse
  • Logitech webcam - undecided which one
  • 3x ASUS VN279Q 27 inch LCD
  • 1x mx279h LCD (arrived)
  • Elgato game capture HD
  • OREI powered HDMI splitter
  • Rhode NT1-A Condenser Mic / Boom and muff
  • Presonus Audio Box
  • Audio Engine DAC
  • Behringer MDX1600 compressor/gate/expander
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post #76 of 250
Only question/confusion that I have is that you list 4 X XSPC VGA Blocks, and then you list 4 X Bitspower VGA Blocks.

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Planar PCT2785 27" Touch Screen LED LCD ASUS 27" LED LCD Logitech K320 Wireless Corsair RM-1000 
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I ordered the XSPC blocks before knowing that bits made them for the 290 as they were not on the Frozen CPU site. Then I saw a video of someone putting on bitspower plates and fell in love with them. They look like they offer more coverage, and well they are sexy! SO I ordered those too. They both look great but I have a feeling that the bitspower might perform better. There is some lead time on them though so my plan is to test both sets and then return or sell the ones that dont work out. The XSPC stuff was also in stock. Im learning that with some of this watercooling to get exactly what you want means you might have to wait a while due to all the miners ganking everything in sight.
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Originally Posted by atronx View Post

Howdy guys, new here and looking to buy my first extreme board from Asus. I have used their boards for a long time and have just recently come across the means to allow me to build my dream system. I have read reviews and watched videos about all the different z87 boards out there. It seems many of the other boards have lots of horror stories but the Asus remains stable and trouble free.

My main goals are to build an incredible gaming / workstation and streaming kit that allows me to tweak and customize for a few years to come. I have already started re-modeling the gaming room where the beast will live. Must say I haven't been this excited with a hobby in years. Probably because I get to do it right this time smile.gif

Here is my in process build, about half of which is on order already and some of which has arrived!

Looking forward to thoughts yall might have.

Guts:
  • Phanteks Primo Case (ordered)
  • Maximus VI Extreme
  • 4770k
  • 2x 840 pro 256gb (arrived)
  • 32gb Dominator Platinum 1800 (cant decide if i want the 2400 or not)
  • 4x XFX 290 (3 ordered damn newegg and their stock limits)
  • Antec 1300 pws (very hard to find one in stock, if you know where to look please let me know)


Dual Loop Water Cooling - (all ordered)
  • 2x Alphacool UT60 Quad 120
  • 4x XSPC VGA Blocks w backplates
  • 2x Bitspower dual pump MCP655 + 150 res
  • EK Supremacy CPU block all zinc
  • EK Ram Block
  • EK M6E Chipset block
  • 16x Corsair 120 SP fans
  • 4x Bitspower VGA blocks + backplates
  • BitFenix Recon Black Fan controller
     

Extras:
  • Audio Technica AG1 headset
  • Roccat Ryos keyboard w Brown switches
  • Roccat Kone XTD mouse
  • Logitech webcam - undecided which one
  • 3x ASUS VN279Q 27 inch LCD
  • 1x mx279h LCD (arrived)
  • Elgato game capture HD
  • OREI powered HDMI splitter
  • Rhode NT1-A Condenser Mic / Boom and muff
  • Presonus Audio Box
  • Audio Engine DAC
  • Behringer MDX1600 compressor/gate/expander
  • Behringer XENYX X1204USB 12-Channel Mixer

 

That's a killer looking setup you have there man :thumb: Can't wait to see pics!!!! Btw, your going for a killer setup you may as well get the Dominator Platinum 2400MHz, I settled for Vengeance Pro 1866MHz and now I feel I should have gone 2400 or better.

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That's a killer looking setup you have there man thumb.gif Can't wait to see pics!!!! Btw, your going for a killer setup you may as well get the Dominator Platinum 2400MHz, I settled for Vengeance Pro 1866MHz and now I feel I should have gone 2400 or better.

Yeah I suppose that I should just get it. Still cant find the power supply I want anywhere. I found an antec thus I added that to the list but would really like to snag the big xfx so I am kinda holding out on that as well. I also just found out that the headphones I want come direct from Japan so I have more time waiting than I thought. I might switch the headphones to the Beyerdynamic 565s. They also seem to have a good mic and the headphone reviews are stellar.

In talking with a guy about audio last night and was advised to stay away from the Behringer stuff that many podcasters and streamers have been using. He has turned me on to a pretty cool setup that utilizes tubes. The overall sound and feel will be much richer and as he says "juicy" not harsh or crunchy. So now I am in the process of sourcing a few things he put on my list lol

Going to take some pictures of the room today as I just got all the junk moved out and started taping off for paint. If you guys are interested I can post up some before and during of the room transformation. Its a big project considering that this room was full of random junk. Before that it was a little girls bedroom so its also still pink and lavender!

The room remodel consists of the following;

Paint / Carpet / Blackout drapes
Color balanced diffuse LED lighting
Acoustical dampening & reflection treatment
New U shaped desk
Custom shelving
Electronics workbench
Video capture & streaming station
Server / Storage closet build out
HEPA air filtration and Air conditioning for single room
My 80s movie poster collection finally gets to be displayed!
And no room is complete without the Beer fridge.
post #80 of 250
Yes please, pics!

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