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post #21 of 10758 (permalink) Old 08-29-2014, 03:44 PM
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finally got one from newegg, i can stop assaulting the refresh button
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post #22 of 10758 (permalink) Old 08-29-2014, 03:46 PM
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finally got one from newegg, i can stop assaulting the refresh button

I only succeeded in securing a "back order". Did you really get one or just a back order?
Congrats!!
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For anyone that didn't find them yet, the specs are on the Asus site: http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/RAMPAGE_V_EXTREME

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post #25 of 10758 (permalink) Old 08-29-2014, 05:23 PM - Thread Starter
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You should turn the thread into the owner club. wink.gif

will do, currently swamped tongue.gif
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So what do you guys think about the overclock socket?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBa8UokMhLA&feature=youtu.be&t=28m40s

in the video he states that the rampage V has more pins than even the deluxe. that the extra pins allow for better overclocks and lower voltages.

also from asus "Patent-pending proprietary socket design boosts enables higher DD4 frequencies, lower latencies and enhanced stability while overclocking and is compatible with all Haswell-E CPUs."


he states he had lower voltages on the R5E vs the X99 Deluxe on the same 5960x.

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I've been try to track down the following pic.
It's the last one in the Newegg listing.
Is it a water cooling module for the motherboard?



I spotted a heat pipe at the top right of the board and, possibly, 2 plugs at the top center on either side of the screw hole there.


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I've been try to track down the following pic.
It's the last one in the Newegg listing.
Is it a water cooling module for the motherboard?



I spotted a heat pipe at the top right of the board and, possibly, 2 plugs at the top center on either side of the screw hole there.

I thought it's just the standard heat sink for the VRMs.
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I thought it's just the standard heat sink for the VRMs.
Yup, this is just the bottom view of the normal VRM heat pipe. Showing the directCU (copper heatpipe) thermal design connected to the VRM's.

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post #30 of 10758 (permalink) Old 08-30-2014, 11:49 AM
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Simply amazing thread. Great work Gunslinger and thanks for all those OC tips biggrin.gif
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