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post #14201 of 20852
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Originally Posted by DerComissar View Post

No flow problems with mine, Idk why it would be any different with an S8 than any other case, more an issue with the loop itself, not the S8, imo.

I don't have EK pumps however, they're just oem Laing D5's.

i dont know, someone said something about problems with horizontal builds, i only wanted to know if he had the same problem so i could plan around it
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post #14202 of 20852
I believe it was a 90 fitting on my CPU that was too tight.
post #14203 of 20852
I am going to ask a question I think I know the answer to and should know. Will the CPU block I have been using on a 1150 board work on a new 1151?? I board I think yes??
post #14204 of 20852
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I am going to ask a question I think I know the answer to and should know. Will the CPU block I have been using on a 1150 board work on a new 1151?? I board I think yes??

Yup thumb.gif
post #14205 of 20852
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I am going to ask a question I think I know the answer to and should know. Will the CPU block I have been using on a 1150 board work on a new 1151?? I board I think yes??

Yes - 1150 + 1151 use exactly the same mount.
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post #14206 of 20852
Thank you and I thought so!!! thumb.gif
post #14207 of 20852
Hi,

Recenty I built a new watercooling system with EK-XRES 100 Revo D5 PWM which is connected to CPU_FAN but the problem is that I can't manage rpm and pump is constanty running at 3300 rpm no matter what setting I put in motherboard (ASRock X99E-ITX) standard, silent or custom.

Is this normal or am I missing something?
post #14208 of 20852
I'm having problems with the new pumps too. Rpm control.

But it sounds like maybe one of your pwm pins isn't making contact with the CPU header. Definitely a pwm problem because its running at 60% and they are supposed to do that with no pwm signal.
Edited by funfordcobra - 2/13/16 at 6:28am
post #14209 of 20852
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Originally Posted by L35k0 View Post

Hi,

Recenty I built a new watercooling system with EK-XRES 100 Revo D5 PWM which is connected to CPU_FAN but the problem is that I can't manage rpm and pump is constanty running at 3300 rpm no matter what setting I put in motherboard (ASRock X99E-ITX) standard, silent or custom.

Is this normal or am I missing something?

If you put it in "Custom" and adjust you PWM curve to always be at 100% whatever the CPU temp is, you should achieve what you want.
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post #14210 of 20852
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i dont know, someone said something about problems with horizontal builds, i only wanted to know if he had the same problem so i could plan around it

S8 owner here.. No issues with flow whatsoever... Why would it be different in a horizontal layout vs a vertical layout? In a vertical layout the GPU(s) is/are horizontal and the CPU block vertical vs a horizontal system where the GPU(s) is/are vertical and the CPU block horizontal.. Pumps and res are no different as well...

I got the EK dual DDC pumps but just in case one fails...
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