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Originally Posted by WCRF_1710 View Post

XSPC is ready: http://www.xs-pc.com/waterblocks-other/rampage-4-black-waterblock-set

That is what I got from Koolance:

"Unfortunately we have no plans to produce a waterblock for that motherboard.

-Dylan

Koolance Technical Support"


WUT no LED's?!?! Blasphemy!!















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post #3912 of 14602
so do I have to cut out that heatpipe to install the waterblock and keep the i/o cover.
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post #3913 of 14602
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so do I have to cut out that heatpipe to install the waterblock and keep the i/o cover.
that or blow torch it out. It diva was successful in using the torch method.
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post #3914 of 14602
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Originally Posted by strong island 1 View Post

so do I have to cut out that heatpipe to install the waterblock and keep the i/o cover.
that or blow torch it out. It diva was successful in using the torch method.

That sucks. i really like the i/o cover. I don't really have a torch. I don't really care about the warranty so hopefully I can rip it off. I have never had a single problem with an asus board. I have had a lot of them and never rma'd one. my original rive survived a lot of watercooling accidents.

I wonder why they would do that knowing watercooling would be a big thing with owners. The i/o cover on the evga dark was much better. it was just a cover that you install yourself. The 2 screw holes lined up with the motherboard standoff's so it screwed in as you install the board.
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post #3915 of 14602
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That sucks. i really like the i/o cover. I don't really have a torch. I don't really care about the warranty so hopefully I can rip it off. I have never had a single problem with an asus board. I have had a lot of them and never rma'd one. my original rive survived a lot of watercooling accidents.

I wonder why they would do that knowing watercooling would be a big thing with owners. The i/o cover on the evga dark was much better. it was just a cover that you install yourself. The 2 screw holes lined up with the motherboard standoff's so it screwed in as you install the board.

Asus should sell extra I/O covers!! Or build it apart from VRM.
post #3916 of 14602
Just ordered one to pair with my i7 4930K biggrin.gif
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post #3917 of 14602
As much as I want to keep the rear io cover for its sheer sexiness, I personally wouldn't try to remove the heatpipe. In any event you need to RMA the mobo, all heatsinks must be intact in their original state rolleyes.gif
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post #3918 of 14602
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And the race is on . . . .

Strangely enough, I got an email from FCPU yesterday, that my R4BE block has shipped, although they still only show as "orderable".

I suppose that they fill the orders taken while a product is "orderable" with the first arriving product, and don't list it as "in stock" until all the pre-orders are filled.

For some reason, even though I knew when I ordered it, that it would be a while before it ever shipped, I paid the extra $20 for Express Mail shipping. ( I must be desperate or something)


I also got a "shipped" email a few days ago from EK, even though they were supposedly on holiday, that my block had shipped via DHL.

So it looks like I'll end up with 2 of them in a few days.

Not sure whether to sell the second one, or to just go buy another R4BE for it . . . . . biggrin.gif

Will be interesting to see which one gets here first!

Either way, I'll be mighty excited to get it installed. It's the last piece of the loops puzzle. . . . .

Well unless I can't control my urges and go for the A6 cooling bits with the water block. smile.gif
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





Darlene


As it turns out, the race was a dead heat.

Both blocks got here yesterday . . . .

Had to pick up one from the post office, and the other from DHL, after I paid the customs and excise tax.

Best of all, is that now I have the nickel mounting bracket for the Supremacy CPU block so it matches everything else, and I guess I'll have to get another R4BE for the second block since it doesn't make a lot of sense to have it just sitting in the box, all alone and afraid.


Darlene


post #3919 of 14602
Getting 13.50pts in Cinebench R11.5 with a 4930K @ 4.5GHz on this board. Is this core round what I should be expecting (I can't find anything to compare to)?

I'm on a cheap 1333MHz kit at the moment whilst I wait for my Dominator Platinum Quad kit to arrive.
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Getting 13.50pts in Cinebench R11.5 with a 4930K @ 4.5GHz on this board. Is this core round what I should be expecting (I can't find anything to compare to)?

Sounds about right. I have a 4960X, so no numbers that are directly comparable, but here's one of mine @ 4.6 GHz with 2666 C10 mems:



Used a GTX780 when running those numbers, too. wink.gif
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