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Yeah, now I'd only have to almost give away my Taichi since no one will buy it anymore.
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Just get if from Germany or the UK, they're plenty available over there.
In Norway too smile.gif
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I ordered an X 299 Taichi, how will the VRM's on this be? - They will be sufficient won't they? - to run a 10 core CPU?

You will be just fine, these new boards are mainly for the high core count (>10 core) CPUs. If you cool your VRMs fine, you should be okay, I mean Intel used the X299 Deluxe for their official testing results for the 7980XE, and that VRM is equivalent to the VRM your board has
    
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You will be just fine, these new boards are mainly for the high core count (>10 core) CPUs. If you cool your VRMs fine, you should be okay, I mean Intel used the X299 Deluxe for their official testing results for the 7980XE, and that VRM is equivalent to the VRM your board has
Like I said, I'm using Asrock taichi with 7900x @ 4500ghz for f@h and gaming. Fan is near the vrm, so no problem thumb.gif
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On a more serious note, for Asrock a new board was cheaper than to take care of all the RMA's that may arrive when VRMs start to pop on boards during OCN Chimpin sessions biggrin.gif
 
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The product website says
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This model may not be sold worldwide. Please contact your local dealer for the availability of this model in your region.
Japan is the only market I see availability in (at the time I write this). I hope we find out what other markets they will sell to soon.
Edited by Emmott - 10/10/17 at 2:45pm
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I like the power specs. Hopefully the light under the gear thingy can be turned off lol
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Not going to lie, these AsRock Taichi motherboards have an outstanding design. I really dislike how most mobos look but these are just slick.
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post #29 of 116
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I like the power specs. Hopefully the light under the gear thingy can be turned off lol
I own the x299 Taichi (non-XE) and can confirm you have full control of the gear light and the optional rgb's separately in the bios or desktop app. Colours on/off pulse phase etc.
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Update: Found a German retailer accepting preorders for €325.30.
 They only ship to EU countries though
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