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post #21 of 1261 (permalink) Old 11-28-2019, 10:03 AM
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Thank you for the post.

Results like these is what i am hoping to achieve in my rig as soon as my 10980xe arrives. I am configuring a custom loop right now using 2x 280mm (30mm thick) rads, its the 'most rad' i can have without investing in a new case, to see if i can try to tame the heat that this sucker is gonna output.

In all honesty all core 4.6 and manageable temps would make me happy and will be a nice upgrade from what i have atm.
Your 10980xe arrive? Where did u buy it? I dont see it anywhere

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It's times like these that suggest there's no such thing as too much airflow...

https://youtu.be/EM2G5vLGcQQ?t=24

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Needs pumps like https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apFQMAFle4Q to go along with the new waterblocks and much larger cooling system + those two fans.

... Seems to me that at this stage, a Hailea chiller would start to be a much better idea
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... Seems to me that at this stage, a Hailea chiller would start to be a much better idea
Hi,
Indeed you sure can't go by temps by people using them and never saying so

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... Seems to me that at this stage, a Hailea chiller would start to be a much better idea
My choice would be Koolance (in another life, I kept a reef tank). 'Course, now that we're headed south toward Absolute, a couple of MO-RA3s would also do the trick.

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nice shot!
not recommended for everyday use
How much can a 10980xe 24/7 have?


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That power consumption is insane once overclocked you better have some beefy cooling and not care about electricity bill to get this and it still loses to AMD which uses a ton less power consumption To little too late... stuck on 2 year old tech.

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That power consumption is insane once overclocked you better have some beefy cooling and not care about electricity bill to get this and it still loses to AMD which uses a ton less power consumption To little too late... stuck on 2 year old tech.
The funny part is that when overclocking Cpu, mesh and memory x299 does not loose to AMD

Nobody here on OCN care about high power consumption. We had that even before OCN was a forum
I love both x570 and x299

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power consumption? lol I remember running 4x 580 Classified in 4-Way SLI - required 2x 8-pin plus 1x 6-pin connector for EACH GPU!! Was pulling 2300W at the wall! 20A breaker FTW!


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Actually just checking power consumption is not that bad compared to 3960 TR3

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What is the TJ Max for the 10980XE 106c is crazy,,,, when does it shutdown ?

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