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Here is a recent build I completed for a client using a rivbe.



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I'll just leave this here for the RoG enthusiasts
http://www.guru3d.com/news_story/asus_rog_front_base.html

so... they re-built the remote control, and are giving it a new name & making it massive? That's.... cool... I think i'll stick to my Aquaero 6 & bios overclocking.
hahaha this made me laugh , and agreed
although i do like the oc panel and i will be using it, i already know how to make an extension for it, waiting till i move it to its new case
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I'll just leave this here for the RoG enthusiasts
http://www.guru3d.com/news_story/asus_rog_front_base.html

I wonder if it has a learning curve tailored to your specifications, or built-in memory where it memorizes your custom OC adjustments and patterns. For the amount that ASUS charges for its motherboards, you'd think they'd put a little more thought into this redundant and unecessary gizmo... Because you know it's going to be in the $200-$350 range, just for the exclusivity of owning one... Oh, and USB 2.0?

usb 2.0 as it ( the oc panel ) uses a header to do its thing

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How difficult would it be to replace the red LEDs on this board? I'm thinking of using it for a project (ROG goes pink)

that would depend on your soldering skillz
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There is a chance that those memory sticks are single sided. Not sure how that affects watercooling them though.

They are 8GB sticks so pretty sure they are double sided. Right now I'm just thinking about it, thing is removing the heat spreaders might void warranty not to mention it's going to cost a couple hundred bucks to water cool 8 sticks of ram so that's why I'm undecided at this point... tongue.gif
Anyone ever removed the heat spreaders from G.Skill memory?

Edit: Just googled this,

Instructions on removing heat spreader
1. Remove the stickers on the G.Skill memory modules.
2. Lay the RAM modules on a flat, nonconductive surface such as a piece of cardboard.
3. Turn on your hair dryer and set it to high heat. Apply the heat source to the heatsink for several minutes, until it becomes hot to the touch.
4. Pick up the RAM and hold it using a hot pad. If possible, get a helper to hold the RAM.
5. Hold the fishing line in your hands so it is taut between your thumb and fingers. Slide the line under the bottom of one side of the heat spreader using a sawing motion. Continue sawing until you reach the top of the heat spreader. Repeat for the other side.
6. Warranty Void, lol
yea i was gonna tell you to heat them up then use fishing line lol friend of mine skipped the heat up part and pulled a chip off
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Here is a recent build I completed for a client using a rivbe.



wow that is really clean !
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They are 8GB sticks so pretty sure they are double sided. Right now I'm just thinking about it, thing is removing the heat spreaders might void warranty not to mention it's going to cost a couple hundred bucks to water cool 8 sticks of ram so that's why I'm undecided at this point... tongue.gif
Anyone ever removed the heat spreaders from G.Skill memory?

Edit: Just googled this,

Instructions on removing heat spreader
1. Remove the stickers on the G.Skill memory modules.
2. Lay the RAM modules on a flat, nonconductive surface such as a piece of cardboard.
3. Turn on your hair dryer and set it to high heat. Apply the heat source to the heatsink for several minutes, until it becomes hot to the touch.
4. Pick up the RAM and hold it using a hot pad. If possible, get a helper to hold the RAM.
5. Hold the fishing line in your hands so it is taut between your thumb and fingers. Slide the line under the bottom of one side of the heat spreader using a sawing motion. Continue sawing until you reach the top of the heat spreader. Repeat for the other side.
6. Warranty Void, lol

Just remember that memory cooling is by far the most aesthetic based thing you can do in your build. IT also is by far the most restrictive block you can install. So, if you are not planning to enter into the hardcore memory overclocking club, it may not be worth it... unless you just want it because it looks badass.
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If it's for a cient it's clean.

If it's for me.... Cabling Disaster!
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They are 8GB sticks so pretty sure they are double sided. Right now I'm just thinking about it, thing is removing the heat spreaders might void warranty not to mention it's going to cost a couple hundred bucks to water cool 8 sticks of ram so that's why I'm undecided at this point... tongue.gif
Anyone ever removed the heat spreaders from G.Skill memory?

Edit: Just googled this,

Instructions on removing heat spreader
1. Remove the stickers on the G.Skill memory modules.
2. Lay the RAM modules on a flat, nonconductive surface such as a piece of cardboard.
3. Turn on your hair dryer and set it to high heat. Apply the heat source to the heatsink for several minutes, until it becomes hot to the touch.
4. Pick up the RAM and hold it using a hot pad. If possible, get a helper to hold the RAM.
5. Hold the fishing line in your hands so it is taut between your thumb and fingers. Slide the line under the bottom of one side of the heat spreader using a sawing motion. Continue sawing until you reach the top of the heat spreader. Repeat for the other side.
6. Warranty Void, lol

Just remember that memory cooling is by far the most aesthetic based thing you can do in your build. IT also is by far the most restrictive block you can install. So, if you are not planning to enter into the hardcore memory overclocking club, it may not be worth it... unless you just want it because it looks badass.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by USFORCES View Post

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
They are 8GB sticks so pretty sure they are double sided. Right now I'm just thinking about it, thing is removing the heat spreaders might void warranty not to mention it's going to cost a couple hundred bucks to water cool 8 sticks of ram so that's why I'm undecided at this point... tongue.gif
Anyone ever removed the heat spreaders from G.Skill memory?

Edit: Just googled this,

Instructions on removing heat spreader
1. Remove the stickers on the G.Skill memory modules.
2. Lay the RAM modules on a flat, nonconductive surface such as a piece of cardboard.
3. Turn on your hair dryer and set it to high heat. Apply the heat source to the heatsink for several minutes, until it becomes hot to the touch.
4. Pick up the RAM and hold it using a hot pad. If possible, get a helper to hold the RAM.
5. Hold the fishing line in your hands so it is taut between your thumb and fingers. Slide the line under the bottom of one side of the heat spreader using a sawing motion. Continue sawing until you reach the top of the heat spreader. Repeat for the other side.
6. Warranty Void, lol

Just remember that memory cooling is by far the most aesthetic based thing you can do in your build. IT also is by far the most restrictive block you can install. So, if you are not planning to enter into the hardcore memory overclocking club, it may not be worth it... unless you just want it because it looks badass.


Where do you get this info from?

By and large, with no internal fins or pins, it's just a rather open cavity with almost zilch restriction compared to CPU or GPU blocks.

I agree that it is 99% aesthetic over function, but if you like the look, there's no reason not to go with it for fear of restricting the loop.

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[redacted] no solid info. Just removed some of my ignorance towards the topic. For some reason I always thought the water was actually going into the "monarch" heat spreader mounts, but I see that isn't actually the case..
assumptions & stuff. rolleyes.gif

It definitely looks badass. biggrin.gif

I'm trying to figure out if I can fit the VRM channel into my case with the 110mm of 60mm rad & p/p in the 900D... I don't think it's going to work out.
Edited by skupples - 1/14/14 at 10:19pm
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There is a chance that those memory sticks are single sided. Not sure how that affects watercooling them though.

They are 8GB sticks so pretty sure they are double sided. Right now I'm just thinking about it, thing is removing the heat spreaders might void warranty not to mention it's going to cost a couple hundred bucks to water cool 8 sticks of ram so that's why I'm undecided at this point... tongue.gif
Anyone ever removed the heat spreaders from G.Skill memory?

Edit: Just googled this,

Instructions on removing heat spreader
1. Remove the stickers on the G.Skill memory modules.
2. Lay the RAM modules on a flat, nonconductive surface such as a piece of cardboard.
3. Turn on your hair dryer and set it to high heat. Apply the heat source to the heatsink for several minutes, until it becomes hot to the touch.
4. Pick up the RAM and hold it using a hot pad. If possible, get a helper to hold the RAM.
5. Hold the fishing line in your hands so it is taut between your thumb and fingers. Slide the line under the bottom of one side of the heat spreader using a sawing motion. Continue sawing until you reach the top of the heat spreader. Repeat for the other side.
6. Warranty Void, lol

I do, I removed the heat spreaders from G.Skill 3000MHz (from 8 sticks). Take your time and you should wait at less 24 hours for the part of the 'watch' on my video
2014 Highest-End Gaming Computing Desktop by HumanSlinky offtopic.gifFollow Me and you will never lost a warranty, 32GB 3000MHz G.Skill cost at less $2,800.
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I like the "remove the sticker" part... that's the step that 100% voids warranty. It isn't completely out of the realm of possibility to rebuild the module & send it back, but w/o sticker the warranty is 100% gone.
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I do, I removed the heat spreaders from G.Skill 3000MHz (from 8 sticks). Take your time and you should wait at less 24 hours for the part of the 'watch' on my video [...]

What are you dunking that ram in? Water? Alcohol? Is the soaking what you're saying 'you should wait at less 24 hours' to do?
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I do, I removed the heat spreaders from G.Skill 3000MHz (from 8 sticks). Take your time and you should wait at less 24 hours for the part of the 'watch' on my video [...]

What are you dunking that ram in? Water? Alcohol? Is the soaking what you're saying 'you should wait at less 24 hours' to do?
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