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I always trim the brush too. I have no idea why they don't send a brush with short bristles. I think I'll use the ek TIM first and then try the liquid ultra. It's about 5 degrees on my processor over gc extreme, but about the same as Noctua NH1. I had pump out after 3 months on the Noctua though. I wont use that again. The GC extreme doesn't seem to spread like the Noctua as it's a paste rather than a liquid. That's why I used the credit card method. it comes with a mini spatula like spreader.

Raystorm blocks can handle lower flow situations, so maybe EK is right and it's the fittings. They looked like the right depth and that they wouldn't block the holes, but It's also worth a try. If none of this works, I'll probably just grab a xspc blade for the 480 from performance pcs and see if ek will take their block back. a closeup picture of the block doesn't show any bits of POM anymore so maybe they moved to my Raystorm. I shut the pump off immediately when I saw the POM and drained the loop. Not many pieces made it to the block.
post #16722 of 20963
EK releases ASUS Rampage V Edition 10 Monoblock!

The Acetal version of this Monoblock and the 2-pieces kits will be available later in the month.
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post #16723 of 20963
don't want to be a pest but would like to ask after installing a P280 kit:


any reason i would want to swap either of the two (j2 j3) jet plates?
that bad to run fans push? sticking the rad on top with fans pushing up seemed the best option for that $60 case that got hammer and drilled a little . . . .
seeing temps on the highest core 74c other three ~71c @ 4.9Ghz/1.458v using aida extreme stability test (cpu, fpu cache) pretty happy but would like to do it better if needed.
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post #16724 of 20963
The J2 jet plate is supposed to be the best for your processor right? Your getting great results as is though. Not sure I'd mess with something that's already got great results.

I do push on my top and pull on my front and push pull on the bottom. with just the top in push I seem to be fine on my 360.
Edited by greytoad - 8/2/16 at 12:14pm
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that's what i thought about w/J2 plate. i read that later in the manual.

i am looking at swapping cpu/mobo with kabylake later but also grab a uniblock for a gpu before; so i will have an excuse to drain the system. and yeah kicking myself for walking out of microcenter w/o a drain - assuming they had one.

btw if noone has told you:

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OCN has been an invaluable resource for me for years. Thanks for the welcome.
post #16727 of 20963
Could someone do me a favor and measure the Supremacy Evo height? Possibly from the motherboard.
Edited by CeeeJaaay - 8/2/16 at 1:24pm
post #16728 of 20963
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Originally Posted by CeeeJaaay View Post

Could someone do me a favor and measure the Supremacy Evo height? Possibly from the motherboard.

Which one? The acetal and plexi top versions are taller than the metal top versions.
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Which one? The acetal and plexi top versions are taller than the metal top versions.
Sorry, I didn't know that. The plexi version!
post #16730 of 20963
plexi about 28mm or 1 1/8" from mobo
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