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post #2591 of 2751
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Originally Posted by Touge180SX View Post

My Strix 1080 with EK block also causes the bracket to sag. I used a rubber stopper wedged underneath the bracket on top of my PSU to counteract it. It's normal unfortunately.

I guess I will have to look into ways to reinforce the bracket. I'm thinking a small L bracket mounted underneath to give some extra support. Anyone else out there had to do something like this? I have not seen it mentioned anywhere.
post #2592 of 2751
.I've redone mine a couple times now. If the upward tube to the GPU looks like its uneven, it actually isnt.



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Leak test was successful. Everything is up and running.

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Before Overclock:
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After Overclock
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As you can see, was able to achieve a 200ish mhz overclock on the gpu and 500mhz on the ram. This was early on running Heaven benchmark. After about 10 minutes, temps peaked at 45c and held steady for the next 40 minutes.
post #2594 of 2751
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Originally Posted by ThermalMike View Post

Hi jestermx6,

I got a cable that will work, we know some stock in channel has the original cable.

PM me and will send you the NEW design cable free of charge.

And if anyone else has an issue, just email our support: ttsupport@thermaltakeusa.com

@ThermalMike Is there a way to tell which model is the newer one? I have a 200mm and 300mm riser cable and both of them are problematic.
post #2595 of 2751
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Originally Posted by bbaydar View Post

@ThermalMike Is there a way to tell which model is the newer one? I have a 200mm and 300mm riser cable and both of them are problematic.

Easy to tell the new cable vs the previous is the retention clip design for the GPU.
Also the name, the new cable called "TT Gaming Riser Cable" P/N: AC-053-CN1OTN-C1

If it has the white slider, it is the previous cable.
If it has the black "flip" clip for the GPU, it is the new design.

You can see what it looks like here on our website:
http://ttpremium.com/product/gaming-pci-e-3-0-x16-riser-cable/

This does not mean the previous cable is just bad, I know some have had issues.
All feedback we got from you guys and your info.

We are in the right direction, here to help if anyone needs it.
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post #2596 of 2751
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Originally Posted by ThermalMike View Post

Easy to tell the new cable vs the previous is the retention clip design for the GPU.

If it has the white slider, it is the previous cable.

Thanks for the quick reply! I know ThermalTake often gets a lot of flak, but the few times I have had to contact support it's always been a good experience.

Both of mine have the white clip. :-( I guess I should contact support about replacements?
post #2597 of 2751
hi all,

a lot of very nice built here!
I am going to buy a P5 asa i collect the money for it + liquid cooling but i would like to mount on radiator good rgb fans that will work with aura software but can't find good ones yes..

Do you know if new fans are coming out?
post #2598 of 2751
I'm waiting for Cooler Master fans: http://www.coolermaster.com/cooling/case-fan/masterfan-pro-120-ab-rgb/

Many shops in Australia are selling them, hopefully they will soon come to Europe smile.gif
Edited by jungleizmassiv - 4/21/17 at 6:52am
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Originally Posted by Never0666 View Post

hi all,

a lot of very nice built here!
I am going to buy a P5 asa i collect the money for it + liquid cooling but i would like to mount on radiator good rgb fans that will work with aura software but can't find good ones yes..

Do you know if new fans are coming out?

I spent a long time trying to find fans that will work with Asus Aura software. So far the only fans I know that are compatible are not released yet. In Win will be releasing there line of RBG fans called Aurora a little later this year. You can follow the In Win thread over here. According to the comments by the factory rep they should be out 'late Q2 early Q3' Asus put out a video showing them working with Aura a few months back. Over on the In Win forums one of the admins is now stating that they will NOT work with Asus Aura. They will have there own controller. Apparently the fans in the video below were made just for Asus? Sounds like In Win decided not to play nice with Aura.






Oh look at this! After I saw jungleizmassiv post about cooler master fans I started looking again. Silverstone has just come out with RBG fan grills so you can make any fan Asus Aura compatible. Check them out here.
Edited by doubleabeepbeep - 4/22/17 at 8:49am
post #2600 of 2751
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Originally Posted by Never0666 View Post

hi all,

a lot of very nice built here!
I am going to buy a P5 asa i collect the money for it + liquid cooling but i would like to mount on radiator good rgb fans that will work with aura software but can't find good ones yes..

Do you know if new fans are coming out?

Not quite the same thing, but SilverStone released RGB fan grills supposed to be compatible with standard RGB strip headers (link)
By the way, I don't like their look very much.. maybe, if the the central structure works just by passive diffusion, it could be dremel'ed away leaving only the outer ring, in that case I could consider them...
Edited by Unnatural - 4/22/17 at 8:19am
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