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https://www.ekwb.com/configurator/step1_complist?gpu_gpus=2001

EK now shows a listing for the Msi Gaming 1080 waterblock.

But if you try to add it to your cart, It 404's you.
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Well they did say late June for the block to be ready we are in the second half of the month so to see it in the next week or two would be on schedule.

Is there any more information on a possible release date of the EK SLI Bridge ?

Hope the 1080 Gold backplates are available to buy soon. Doing a Red/Gold build.
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its common on some radiators. I would run it a few times through the hot tap to make sure any debris is flushed out.
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all 3 of my EK XE rads looked about like that if not worse when flushing. Seems to be common, i spent a lot of time flushing them because of it.

At least I'm not alone with this. I did a hot water flush, and got to the point where next to nothing is coming out now. But to be safe, I'll do a Mayhems clean and install a filter before the rad feeds the CPU block.
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Anyone have the dimensions of the EK-DBAY with the D5 pump installed?

You're most probably talk about the total depth of the unit.

I don't have the measurement so I will ask and let you know. thumb.gif

It's 108mm thumb.gif
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G1/4 threads are just shy of 13mm od.

If the tube is 12mm id, that leaves about 0.020" or half a mm for the threads, so it has to be bigger than G1/4


I may be old and senile, but a tube size of 12mm id by 16mm od, does not add up to having a G1/4 male thread.

OTOH, the 16mm OD matches nicely to G3/8, and McMaster has the tap and drill bit.

Hoping that @akira749 can confirm that size.

D.

It's not G1/4 from what I remember but I don't know which is it.

I will ask and get back at you Darlene. thumb.gif

The thread is M16x1.5 Darlene thumb.gif
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G1/4 threads are just shy of 13mm od.

If the tube is 12mm id, that leaves about 0.020" or half a mm for the threads, so it has to be bigger than G1/4


I may be old and senile, but a tube size of 12mm id by 16mm od, does not add up to having a G1/4 male thread.

OTOH, the 16mm OD matches nicely to G3/8, and McMaster has the tap and drill bit.

Hoping that @akira749 can confirm that size.

D.

It's not G1/4 from what I remember but I don't know which is it.

I will ask and get back at you Darlene. thumb.gif

The thread is M16x1.5 Darlene thumb.gif



Thanks . . thumb.gif

For the cost of a drill and tap, I'm almost better off to buy the res parts and assemble what I need from them . .

First world decisions . . . thinking.gif

D.
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I'm currently wondering if i was right to buy the Supremacy EVO X99 for my new X99 setup (5820K) since the current EVO has the jet plate and insert for the LGA2011-3 processor.

Does the EVO X99 have a advantage over the standard EVO maybe with overall size?
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Thanks . . thumb.gif

For the cost of a drill and tap, I'm almost better off to buy the res parts and assemble what I need from them . .

First world decisions . . . thinking.gif

D.

Darlene sorry for bad information, I guess my age is catching up with me but I would have bet money I had screwed them into a G1/4 hole but I guess not dont know why I remember this my mind is starting to remember things that never happened!!! kookoo.gif but I did try it and no worky don't know what I remember!!!! Sorry again
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I'm currently wondering if i was right to buy the Supremacy EVO X99 for my new X99 setup (5820K) since the current EVO has the jet plate and insert for the LGA2011-3 processor.

Does the EVO X99 have a advantage over the standard EVO maybe with overall size?

Not really, but you did get a quicker mounting setup.
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I'm currently wondering if i was right to buy the Supremacy EVO X99 for my new X99 setup (5820K) since the current EVO has the jet plate and insert for the LGA2011-3 processor.

Does the EVO X99 have a advantage over the standard EVO maybe with overall size?

The main goal with the X99 was also to have an EVO at a smaller price since it didn't included any extra jet plates and mounting mechanisms.
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