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post #1 of 11
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Soooooo, If you look at the pc its water cooled. One my hoses came off the barb and got my psu and motherboard - I'm trying to decide if i should rma my board or buy a new one.

Mobo: ASUS X99-A LGA 2011-v3
5820k
16 gigs ddr4 crucial
Samsung m2 drive 256gb
295x2

This is what i got now. The pc boots and shuts down randomly but looking through different boards. I can't really see a huge upgrade to this one. Im using a m.2 drive, this board claims x4 at 32gb/s I'm sure thats standard.
1250 seasonic modular (fried) using my 850 back up.

So any opinions

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post #2 of 11
Are you not using any hose clamps?
 
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post #3 of 11
Barb fittings are scary enough even with hose clamps... without them you're asking for trouble. Even a tight zip tie is better than nothing.
 
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post #4 of 11
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Loooool I am now using zip ties. I have two Swiftech MCP50X pumps it's got crazy pressure. I may need to change fittings etc, but so far so good. The hose that blew wasn't the first hose.

Will 2011 LGA be the next line in cpus? Cause I need to replace the board it is restarting on me randomly. I just don't really need a crazy cpu right now. I was doing tons of encoding but I purchased a server that can transcode mkv's etc to mp4 to stream on a roku stick. I was using my pc to encode all files to mp4
post #5 of 11
Ah mang, sorry to hear about that.
You were playing a dangerous game with those barbs and no ties, though tongue.gif

I reckon just fix the rig you got going at the moment, it's a beast.
post #6 of 11
I thought the water used in water cooling is non conductive, so that once it has dried and you wipe it away everything should be fine. Demin water and de-ionised water are definitely non conductive.
post #7 of 11
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Well. The water was definitely conductive. I bought some xspc red coolant and it said low conductivity. I mixed it with distilled water.

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post #8 of 11
Pure water, just hydrogen and oxygen with nothing else in it is not very conductive at all. Coolant manufacturers like to advertise their products as "non-conductive" or "low conductivity" but that's not effectively accurate. Pretty much any coolant becomes conductive very quickly from picking up ions from metal blocks as well as even very small amounts of dust and oils and anything else that become suspended in the water. It would be lovely if it leaks really didn't cause shorts but I have fried a few things myself. A big power supply capacitor popping from a coolant related short circuit makes quite a sound, a bit like a gunshot up close.
 
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post #9 of 11
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Yeah, I was gonna say something along those lines. The water becomes conductive after its circulated through a few blocks. I was gonna buy a 6950x but then I remembered... I don't have a reason for 20 threads. But I wanna buy a board that'll be good maybe for the next gen. As I find the 28 lanes to be a bit restrictive on the 5820.

What do you guys think about these replacement parts?
Gigabyte LGA2011-3 Intel X99 ATX Broadwell-E Motherboard GA-X99-Designare EX DIMM - Has a release date of May 2016. It's the newest x99 board I can find.
EVGA SuperNOVA 1300 G2 - Bit cheaper than the seasonic.

I like the board cause I got a lot of white, black, and red.
Edited by markymark559 - 8/24/16 at 10:00pm
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Yeah, I was gonna say something along those lines. The water becomes conductive after its circulated through a few blocks. I was gonna buy a 6950x but then I remembered... I don't have a reason for 20 threads. But I wanna buy a board that'll be good maybe for the next gen. As I find the 28 lanes to be a bit restrictive on the 5820.

What do you guys think about these replacement parts?
Gigabyte LGA2011-3 Intel X99 ATX Broadwell-E Motherboard GA-X99-Designare EX DIMM - Has a release date of May 2016. It's the newest x99 board I can find.
EVGA SuperNOVA 1300 G2 - Bit cheaper than the seasonic.

I like the board cause I got a lot of white, black, and red.

What do you do primarily with your system? And what would you like to do with more PCI lanes that you can't do now?

The 1300W Supernova G2 is a great PSU, in fact I have one in my main rig. I got a great deal on mine so I could justify it, but you really won't need anywhere near that wattage. A quality 750 or 850w would do you just fine and be a fair bit cheaper.
 
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