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It's custom made by Liquid Extasy. It's brand new and not yet listed in the shop. The reason you haven't seen this block is because I got the first one.

so awesome... i think i made myself a bit wet... or is it just so hot in here? dont know....

The VRMs are only getting "passive" cooled from the water or? Hope you can test a little overclock for me to check the temps on the VRM when you push 150mv+Offset through them. I reach 75 max and there it starts to get unstable-.-
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Yeah it's looking better than I thought it would.

 

If you mean that there is no water directly flowing where the VRMs are then you're right. It's still one solid piece of copper, so heat from the VRMs is still taken away by the water in the loop. Overall I think the difference in temps vs. a block which has a direct waterflow above the VRMs should be pretty minimal.

 

Definitely gonna test overclocking with this block.

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I have the msi390 (non x) and 75 is about my high when OC and under load.

I'm going to repaste soon and see if anything changes but I think that's pretty normal.
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Yeah it's looking better than I thought it would.

If you mean that there is no water directly flowing where the VRMs are then you're right. It's still one solid piece of copper, so heat from the VRMs is still taken away by the water in the loop. Overall I think the difference in temps vs. a block which has a direct waterflow above the VRMs should be pretty minimal.

Definitely gonna test overclocking with this block.

I think the VRM temp won't be minimal. The heat from the VRM (they do reach 60°C + quite easily), will spread throughout that entire piece of copper covering em, the water flowing near it will only cool the copper where water directly flows above it. Personally i think the VRM temps will be decent but no where near a full block like ek or aqua computers.

Id love be wrong so can't wait to see your results for VRM temps, if theyre lower then my Alphacool block ill switch, if not then no need.
    
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Well, I could definitely be wrong. We'll see when I'll do some benchmarks.

My leak test earlier was successfull :thumb:.

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Well, I could definitely be wrong. We'll see when I'll do some benchmarks.
My leak test earlier was successfull thumb.gif .

Yea im very curious, i don't see the water anywhere near the VRM1 (the long line of VRMs, VRM2 is the single VRM chip close to the io brackket).

I can see the block being cool all around the water, but the distance to the VRMs is quiet a reach. Don't forget that even with a water temp of 30°C might not be enough to keep VRM temps low. Id love to see your results though, mine is just an educated guess. I have the alphacool with a 120mm fan blowing over it and when its not crazy hot in the apartment my VRM1 doesn't exceed 50-55°C and thats PASSIVELY cooled too.
    
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post #10187 of 11962
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The R9 390 Nitro has a fullblock? i thought there is only the Alphacool nexxxos ones.... Can you link your block?

Had my eye on this one I seen on Amazon.

Nhowe A-AS39X-X Asus 390 STRIX-R9 390X-DC3OC

I just haven't seen any reviews yet.
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Originally Posted by Rexer View Post

Had my eye on this one I seen on Amazon.

Nhowe A-AS39X-X Asus 390 STRIX-R9 390X-DC3OC

I just haven't seen any reviews yet.

Ooops! My bad. It's not a Sapphire Nitro waterblock. Sorry.
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There are plenty, PLENTY of games that reach that 3.5gb limit easy. Hell even Rainbow Six Siege which isnt too gpu heavy will easily use 3.5gb maxed out.

But then again an r9 390 can't use all 8gb anyways, its closer to 5-6gb.

Just making reference to staying at a constant 3.5 gb rate.
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I have the msi390 (non x) and 75 is about my high when OC and under load.

I'm going to repaste soon and see if anything changes but I think that's pretty normal.

On the Asus 390 I own, when I popped the heat sink off, there was too much factory mud. Enough to fill a third of the die block.
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