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post #1251 of 1694
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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

Hmmm ...

a) Does it not look like EKWB TR as monoblock? ie not more fin area like XSPC block.

b) Shame is not using the WB header and have things like temp/flow sensors?

Perhaps the larger hunk of metal will help, but then the VRM is gonna be adding heat to it.

A) Cpu cooling part looks fairly similar yes. I do not believe it has more fin area
B) that seems to be a bitspower only thing ( I will get that block depending on this cost) I have a feeling its going to be in the 250 area.

Well the only thing to me that would help is the out port being a bit removed directly from the cpu center.

I feel that I have sufficient rad space that the additional vrm heat would not effect the cpu temp vs a dedicated block

I looked at the pics again. The cold plate is bigger



Compared to the back of my EK TR evo its bigger for sure in length and width or at least appears to be as the srew locations for the evo portion most likely did not change.
Edited by nycgtr - 10/18/17 at 9:00am
post #1252 of 1694
Hey


Is that true? That AMD Threadripper 1900x wouldn't work on Zenith x399 Board.




Would really like to know.
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Hey


Is that true? That AMD Threadripper 1900x wouldn't work on Zenith x399 Board.




Would really like to know.

Nonsense.

https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/ROG-ZENITH-EXTREME/HelpDesk_CPU/
Edited by L33tBastard - 10/18/17 at 3:23pm
post #1254 of 1694
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Neonkore, please tell me you took the protective plastic off the block before installation redface.gif

Haha yes of course, I just took the photo like that to prove that was how the block came.
post #1255 of 1694
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Hey, someone right up my alley! What Econo package are you using? My setup is intended for machine learning and some larger VM network setups.

That's what I pretty much found out. And consider that my faster "non X" 128GB kit was really just two 64GB kits at CL14 3200. They are better binned than the 2933 "X" kits from GSkill. I have my own theory that those 128GB kits aren't coming back, because 2933 being plug and play isn't ideal marketing when you're trying to push 3200 and higher kits out of the door. It could be that very few people were buying them, as well. And if my unverified hunch that they were actually faster Ram binned at 2933 is correct, than they could put those chips in faster rated DIMMs and sell them for more.

I'm not up on all the software that lets people dive into memory internals. Is there an app that will allow seeing the actual chip codes? We could then cross ref those with other SKU's, to see if they show up anywhere else.

Sorry for the de
post #1256 of 1694
Sorry for the delay in responding. I use Stata MP. I have an 8core license moving to a 16 core.

So it looks like the only 128gb kit is priced at 1700.. wait edit...1999!!! now? Is that right? Thanks again for your work on this.
Edited by mayan50 - 10/18/17 at 6:59pm
post #1257 of 1694
hey



It's coming Bitspower full CPU block!!smile.gif

x299 and X370. intel and amd....Not yet on X399 but soon:thumb:


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post #1258 of 1694
Well crap. I just dropped $400 on the monoblock, an additional radiator (a 240 to accompany existing 360) and parts. I thought I had my system buttoned up but there were a few problems with my build:

  • I couldn't hit 4ghz (only 3.975 p95/memtest stable)
  • One of my clear hoses was beginning to kink, gonna try the black EPDM rubber tubing instead
  • I didnt' have the foresight to install a drain valve
  • Oh plus my VRMS hit 103C max when I run P95 blend rolleyes.gif


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post #1259 of 1694
I don't like the fact that with the monoblock the VRM heatsink under the I/O cover has to be removed and it's not replaced...
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post #1260 of 1694
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I don't like the fact that with the monoblock the VRM heatsink under the I/O cover has to be removed and it's not replaced...

I have not taken mine apart but as far as I can tell from photos I've seen the heatsink under the I/O is merely to transfer heat to the fan and does not actually come into contact with any surface for the purpose of being a heatsink.
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