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post #1311 of 1754
I was lucky and my board came from Amazon.com in perfect condition, but yeah, if i got one with plastic off or something that suggested that it was an OEM, refurb or excessively handled, I'd return it in a heartbeat.
post #1312 of 1754
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Originally Posted by Stiltz85 View Post

Any of you have your MB arrive without the protective plastic film on it? Mine just arrived today and did not have any of it on it. had smudges all over it and there are some scratches where the plastic box cover was rubbing against it.



same thing here when i got mine , but mine didn't have that much smudge , just very little and it's not noticeable inside my case

my adviice is clean it up and turn it on , if it's working 100% be thankful and keep it
post #1313 of 1754
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Originally Posted by Flaxen Hegemony View Post

Delidded on AIO. The delid showed temp drops of around 10C (34 ->24 at idle), which seems to be above average for this chip. I attribute this to the Intel paste job being particularly bad, rather than any delid expertise on my part. redface.gif

No throttling is happening after I reduced voltages. At "Auto" voltages and 44x multiplier, HWINFO showed VRM throttling after the VRM temps hit 109C. In Prime95 with AVX enabled / no offset, CPU was throttling shortly after VRMs. This all occurred within 2-3 minutes.

After setting volts to 1.15, there was no throttling. VRM temps were uncomfortable at 85C, but CPU cores were far from problems at 75-80C.

In case it interested anyone, I ran some statistical analysis on the temperature and voltage data collected, and found the following:

Correlation between idle voltage and load voltage on auto was .013, no relationship. A core needing less voltage at idle won't need less at load.

Correlation between load temps and load voltage on auto was -.011, no relationship. Across cores, voltage isn't alone in creating heat. Other factors at least equally important.

BUT, there was a correlation between idle voltage and load temps, a significant one at r= .450. Higher idle voltages meant higher load temps.

It seems odd for this pattern to occur, unless perhaps voltage needed at idle and load temps are both related to physical properties of the core, whereas voltages at load are due more to the BIOS response to a multiplier, i.e. overvolting. If this hunch is correct, then one could likely create even more power and temperature headroom by tweaking voltages at the core level. This would take a long time, and be tedious, but the result would be likely worthwhile.

Hmmm, even at r=.45, it isnt a huge correlation. Have you tried non linear regression on it? I would try polynomial. Voltage vs temp isnt going to be naturally linear, though its interesting which the relationship occurs....
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Thought I would post a couple of pics since this is now my second mobo since I had to return the 1st one for missing parts. Now I can finally put this into the phanteks enthoo elite case I've had for 4 months now. Had the mono block 2 weeks after ek started shipping them. Not going to post 20 or 30 pages of a build log here but maybe will follow a few that did over on the rog forum, well mostly 2.


"Something to droooooool over, had to go wipe my face after staring at it for awhile.
Got the water blocks for the GPUs done and the SLI water block on."


Think I will upload to ekwb fb page?


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Flaxen wanted to know if the ekwb heat spreader fit over the aquin?? Spelling?? Controller. Yes fits perfect and the o.o shield fits back in place just fine. As far as the oled still working I don't know yet until I get it installed. You might ask Justin as he has the same monoblock and his is up and running.


    
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post #1316 of 1754
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Flaxen wanted to know if the ekwb heat spreader fit over the aquin?? Spelling?? Controller. Yes fits perfect and the o.o shield fits back in place just fine. As far as the oled still working I don't know yet until I get it installed. You might ask Justin as he has the same monoblock and his is up and running.


Yeah it fits but still cant figure out how to connect this up to an AIO
OLED works unless you botch the install.....
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post #1317 of 1754
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Yeah it fits but still cant figure out how to connect this up to an AIO
?? Why would you do that? It does not need it.
post #1318 of 1754
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?? Why would you do that? It does not need it.

Because Custom loops are over rated and only for those looking for bling.
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post #1319 of 1754
Did a mock up in an old case to see if everything is working, Had to take the AIO from my current PC and put it into this, was a pain so I might just run it for now.
Only one GPU as I have not ordered a new PSU yet and the current one I have probably wont cut it with two 1080's. But all is well, everything seems to work fine.





I know it looks horrible but as I said it's just a mock up to make sure everything works. Hopefully I get my Parvum soon so I can get the loop going and be done with this. lol
     
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post #1320 of 1754
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Because Custom loops are over rated and only for those looking for bling.

It was all part of my secret plan to convert everyone to the latest in AIO technology: sub-ambient temps out of the box!

Alas, I would have gotten away with it officer, if it weren't for these meddling kids. wink.gif
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