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I thought that circle and the other circles/square are built inline controls for the RGB LEDs, right there on the wire itself. The circle would be rainbow cycle, then mode change, and then color selection.

The three bars is dynamic mode select (toggles through various breathing modes- per color and multicolor), the circle + star is speed control in dynamic mode and brightness control in static mode, and the circle with multicolored wheel is static mode toggle through various colors:

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So XSPC is so far the only manufacturer that makes a large enough coldplate to fit the four dies?


Mad reps for them!

Watercool's block comes out Sept 6th I believe it was mentioned as being. Two variants, one specifically for ThreadRipper, the other an adapter for current v4 blocks.
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So XSPC is so far the only manufacturer that makes a large enough coldplate to fit the four dies?


Mad reps for them!
Yeah, it's getting to be amazing when a company does the bare minimum — like making a TR product that actually is made for TR. biggrin.gif

I agree with you, though. At least someone bothered to apparently do it properly.
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Thanks for the positive feedback, everyone!

We're also working on a matching memory waterblock.
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That is a sexy block. Does XSPC have any gpu blocks with the same design style, I think you've got an aesthetic winner your hands. In the current state of water cooling the appearance is probably more important to most of us since performance seems to always fall within a few degrees.

I would gladly replace my current blocks with a matching set of those.
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Yeah, it's getting to be amazing when a company does the bare minimum — like making a TR product that actually is made for TR. biggrin.gif

I agree with you, though. At least someone bothered to apparently do it properly.
I got a feeling everyone will pull thru with a full coldplate outside of EK. Swiftech said they would cover the entire IHS and so has watercool. Not sure about bitspower but when a chinese watercool company does a full over it's just embarrassing for ek. Only thing going for Ek is that they have it at an early date than everyone else. I have a feeling Ek will be redoing a block for the future if threadripper really starts selling well after the more affordable 8 core release. As it stands right now the Supremacy Evo TR is being disappointing. If they just put out 1 feeler cad they would of gotten enough feedback to do over.
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That is a sexy block. Does XSPC have any gpu blocks with the same design style, I think you've got an aesthetic winner your hands. In the current state of water cooling the appearance is probably more important to most of us since performance seems to always fall within a few degrees.

I would gladly replace my current blocks with a matching set of those.
We have plans for matching GPU blocks. We don't have a date on them yet.
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We have plans for matching GPU blocks. We don't have a date on them yet.

thumb.gif Finally have a reason to buy some chrome fittings.
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Thanks for the positive feedback, everyone!

We're also working on a matching memory waterblock. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


I like the direction XSPC design team is going, very clean design
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We have plans for matching GPU blocks. We don't have a date on them yet.

Hey, do you have any photos comparing the underside, copper side, of the Neo threadripper vs the other Raystorm WB?

Also, what pump and radiator are you guys recommending for threadripper? Including the GPU Block?
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