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Since the socket is different, do you think it would accommodate any of the current CPU waterblocks on the market?
I don't think so, there is a bracket for a spcific AIO cooler, but maybe you could use that to secure a waterblock. You want a 2U LGA2011 heatsink, maybe they make waterblocks: https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=2u+heatsink
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if you get something like a raystorm, i'm sure you could cut a bracket out of aluminum to fit the narrow socket

if you are relatively handy i'm sure a bracket could be made in a day over the weekend for most of today's cpu blocks
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See, I would think this was super cool IF they somehow managed to keep all 4 RAM slots, but when you drop it down to dual channel, you're killing part of the X99 platform.
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You are kidding, right?
A ITX 970 4GB from ASUS or Gigabyte is what? 150-170W.
Add 250W tops for a clocked s2011-3 i7, or half that if it is @ stock speeds. Next is summed up at 20-30W tops.

A 350W PSU is fine for stock clocks, a 450 is super safe, a 600W fine for overclocking.
I bet you that 90% of its life "on" it will be drawing less than 200W for the average OCN user.

And there are numerous ITX cases that accept full ATX PSUs, you don't have to go SFF, even for something as small as a CM Elite 110.

so then why would folks not want X99 ITX?
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post #45 of 81
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See, I would think this was super cool IF they somehow managed to keep all 4 RAM slots, but when you drop it down to dual channel, you're killing part of the X99 platform.


i don't think i've ever seen a maintstream itx board with 4 dimm slots, they are pretty much all 2 dimm slots

there are server/workstation motherboards in the itx formfactor that have 4 dimm slots, but the only 2011-3 one i've seen uses so-dimms
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Ok, Asus doesn't seem to be working on a ITX X99 after all: http://www.overclock.net/t/1515776/rampage-v-gene/60_20#post_23857563
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ASRock got also a 2011-3 m-ITX server oriented board :



4 channels SO-DIMM DDR4 + 3X 1GbE ports with Intel C612 chipset

http://www.tomsitpro.com/articles/mini-itx-server-motherboards-asrock-rack-lga2011-3,1-2561.html

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post #48 of 81
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so then why would folks not want X99 ITX?
I don't know, and I don't care - each has his/her own preferences. I just "protested" against not rational arguments (e.g. "you cannot get decent power for a X99 @ SFF).

I have a s2011 X79 full ATX board, a pretty big case to go with it, but I feel I could make the switch to a 5820K on a ITX x99, and once 16GB UDIMMs are available, get a dirt-cheap CM-110 and a 120mm AIO, for an almost seamless transition from my current rig. That's why I won't get it probably - I think ITX is cute and great, but I need to wait a generation or two more. Till then, I will be swapping GPUs and probably adding SSDs for those huge new games =)

Others with the wish to go SLI/CF, need to run @ 4K with all goodies on and high Hz monitors, external sound or other cards, crazy overclock for benches and whatnot, might indeed be limited by ITX or even mATX.
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ASRock got also a 2011-3 m-ITX server oriented board :



4 channels SO-DIMM DDR4 + 3X 1GbE ports with Intel C612 chipset

http://www.tomsitpro.com/articles/mini-itx-server-motherboards-asrock-rack-lga2011-3,1-2561.html

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yup! was just going to post that! But IDK how many high speeds SO-DIMMs you can find for DDR4
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yea my review i think was coincidentally posted the same day as the one here, but there are rules to what i can post. Honestly, its a great little board if you are okay with a slight hit in memory bandwidth which doesn't really affect things all that much. Its a solid board, and from what i experienced ASRock didn't gimp the VRM or UEFI to limit OCing potential like I have seen on other really small boards, which means it can also overclock if you can cool the CPU.
Where is your review? On oc.net or somewhere else?
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