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you are having barely any issue now because Broadwell and peripherals are using existing matured technology when Skylake and Haswell were the test subjects for these technology. you may be asking for trouble if you jump to something too new

Did haswell-E have issues? im still sitting on a 5960x and other than rampage v extreme frying a few of mine with a poor bios/socket design, Ive had no early adopter issues buying it day one. I dont think theres a real risk jumping on a CPU day 1, or are you talking about the x99 chipset maturation itself, which they all use?
Edited by saintruski - 7/17/16 at 9:56pm
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Well I don't know what's coming in 2018 so it's more of a wait and see thing.

Can anyone tell me if it's okay to leave the shrink wrap on the LED nearest to the I/O shield? The one that's tricky to take out. Not sure if that area gets hot enough to melt shrink wrap.
Guess I'm not crazy in regards to the shrink wrap on the LED by the I/O shield. This guy is annoyed by it at as well. Go to the 5:24 mark.
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Guess I'm not crazy in regards to the shrink wrap on the LED by the I/O shield. This guy is annoyed by it at as well. Go to the 5:24 mark.

I don't think it would get hot enough, I think most of it would dissipate before reaching that area. However I don't see the point of the plastic being under there, I already have a plan of how to remove it once I get my RMA, I'm not going to just yank it I'm going to use a business card or cut out of a Manila envelope, anything thin yet has some rigidity and slide it under.
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I don't think it would get hot enough, I think most of it would dissipate before reaching that area. However I don't see the point of the plastic being under there, I already have a plan of how to remove it once I get my RMA, I'm not going to just yank it I'm going to use a business card or cut out of a Manila envelope, anything thin yet has some rigidity and slide it under.
Any idea when your replacement arrives? Anyone else try this and had the shrink wrap easily removed?
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Any idea when your replacement arrives? Anyone else try this and had the shrink wrap easily removed?

This week or next week if no complications arises... Someone earlier in the thread said they used a business card and it came out super easy.
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This week or next week if no complications arises... Someone earlier in the thread said they used a business card and it came out super easy.
Is your replacement shipping from Asus?

I'll try the business card trick. Probably start by lifting the shrink wrap tab upwards a little and then working the card underneath the sides first and ending by removing the tab last. Or I'll just wing it. Whatever comes to mind on my second attempt.
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Is your replacement shipping from Asus?

I'll try the business card trick. Probably start by lifting the shrink wrap tab upwards a little and then working the card underneath the sides first and ending by removing the tab last. Or I'll just wing it. Whatever comes to mind on my second attempt.

Newegg, I don't bother with ASUS support anymore I would rather hang myself by my manhood while weighted and be hit by 1 million professional baseball players throwing studded balls that exploded into glass shards and Tabasco sauce on impact. This is my last ASUS board then I'm going back to EVGA.

I'm going to lift it up and stick it under and pull it out as I slide it under.

BTW the melting point for that would be like 110-120c it's safe being there, but we paid a ton of money, it shouldn't be there.
Edited by saintruski - 7/18/16 at 12:41am
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Newegg, I don't bother with ASUS support anymore I would rather hang myself by my manhood while weighted and be hit by 1 million professional baseball players throwing studded balls that exploded into glass shards and Tabasco sauce on impact. This is my last ASUS board then I'm going back to EVGA.

I'm going to lift it up and stick it under and pull it out as I slide it under.

BTW the melting point for that would be like 110-120c it's safe being there, but we paid a ton of money, it shouldn't be there.
Where did you get the melting point info? Pretty sure that shroud/heatsink shouldnt get hotter than 60c according to the tweaktown review. I might just end up leaving it there. Wouldn't bother me any. GL to the both of us.
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Where did you get the melting point info? Pretty sure that shroud/heatsink shouldnt get hotter than 60c according to the tweaktown review. I might just end up leaving it there. Wouldn't bother me any. GL to the both of us.

Looked up various melting points for plastics, plastic bottles, plastic sheets, then found plastic wraps and melting points for plastic wraps and the melting point based on quality of it. Cling doesn't melt with boiling water, so you gotta figure it's higher than that and the numbers I found prove that. But you should just try the business card. Should be easy smile.gif.
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Did haswell-E have issues? im still sitting on a 5960x and other than rampage v extreme frying a few of mine with a poor bios/socket design, Ive had no early adopter issues buying it day one. I dont think theres a real risk jumping on a CPU day 1, or are you talking about the x99 chipset maturation itself, which they all use?

Haswell-E only came long after Haswell-EP, so it wasn't a day one technology

I was referring to things like DDR4 on consumer mobo, PCIe 3 on intel platform, new memory arch Intel has been R&Ding for Kabylake/Skylake-X, U.2...etc
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