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Great job with the blocks and the tube bending thumb.gif

How is the I/O shield retained in there?

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H2O cheers.gif vs. LN2
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H2O cheers.gif vs. LN2
The R4BE motherboard blocks fit without any issues?
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First OC test run

Edited by Mike211 - 10/13/14 at 9:35pm
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1. To use the EK R4BE (PCH) chip block You will need to remove the 3-pin ROG logo LED conector from the mb.
2. Probably you will need to cut this angle as I do and give a space to cpu block
3. For the power regulation (VRM / MOSFETs) module, EK from Rampage IV Extreme block is beater but you will need another hole in the block
Probably is beater wait if you have money thumb.gif
Edited by spc980 - 10/13/14 at 9:55pm
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Originally Posted by spc980 View Post

1. To use the EK R4BE (PCH) chip block You will need to remove the 3-pin ROG logo LED conector from the mb.
2. Probably you will need to cut this angle as I do and give a space to cpu block
3. For the power regulation (VRM / MOSFETs) module, EK from Rampage IV Extreme block is beater but you will need another hole in the block
Probably is beater wait if you have money thumb.gif
Nice work, that is a really close cut with the fitting biggrin.gif
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Guy's, beside all a bit more extreme things you are all playing with, anyone have any reviews on how does standard asus automatic overclock work with RVE and 5960x?
I'm not much into OCing at al but would love to have nice small auto overclock, don;t need to go to extremes at all smile.gif
Not chasing and benches or things just pushing things a bit but to be stable for longer 24/7 work.
Any opinions?
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I believe we've tested 6 or 7 5960X's where four where from the same batch as mine and none can do 4,7 GHz below 1.4 vcore, some even stopped dead at 4.5 GHz

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Originally Posted by Gunslinger. View Post

Yeah I've been through 4x 5960X's and have not had one that could do higher than 4.5GHz with 1.4V and air cooling/watercooling. mad.gif



My new one can reach 4,7 with 1,385v, uncore 37... If Raja is true when he says that extra pins in RVE help with uncore/cache, that's the reason I cannot reach higher uncore is my MSI X99S Gaming 9. My first mobo was RVE, but tried Giga G1 and this MSI because of audiophile usb's for my onkyo a-9000r.

Custom watercooled...

Batch L427C192 Malay.

Have it 4,5 24/7, 1,285v or 1,325 to pass linx 0.6.5...

Quite satisfied, cos the other ones could not pass 4,5 intelburn very high or linx 0.6.5 24/7 stable...
Edited by vmanuelgm - 11/4/15 at 10:47am
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My new one can reach 4,7 with 1,385v, uncore 37... If Raja is true when he says that extra pins in RVE help with uncore/cache, that's the reason I cannot reach higher uncore is my MSI X99S Gaming 9. My first mobo was RVE, but tried Giga G1 and this MSI because of audiophile usb's for my onkyo a-9000r.

Custom watercooled...

Batch L427C192 Malay.

Have it 4,5 24/7, 1,285v or 1,325 to pass linx 0.6.5...

Quite satisfied, cos the other ones could not pass 4,5 intelburn very high or linx 0.6.5 24/7 stable...
1) My Onkyo A9000R is a good stereo machine, according to reviews. Normally, stereo amplifiers with asynchronous usb use prepowered usb's...

2) I have tried all rampages, including Rampage II Extreme, Rampage III Extreme, RIVE and RIVBE and RVE, and the last ones have weak 5V and ground loop through usb's... So, for HIFI, my experience says that neither RIVE, nor RIVBE, nor RVE are well built to feed asynchronous usb...

3) I am not a fanboy, I like to say what I see in my experience. I would have liked to see a RVE with new features, not only a copy of RIVBE with x99 pack...

With all due respect I dont think you know what async means - becuase you would not be mentioning it the way you are if you did.


1) Your Onkyo does not use USB bus power. The DAC is internally powered within the amp.

2) I dont have this issue. I have several DAC combos used with our boards from Sabre DACs to Essence and none of them experienced USB bus noise.

3) USB async has nothing to do with USB 5V power. It refers to using the source master clock instead of the source being slaved to the PC clock.
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Edited by vmanuelgm - 11/4/15 at 10:48am
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