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post #1211 of 1223 (permalink) Old 10-23-2019, 10:42 AM - Thread Starter
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Seems Asrock put out info on their new boards:

X299 Creator
https://www.asrock.com/news/index.asp?iD=4358

X299 Taichi CLX https://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/X299...0CLX/index.asp
"13 phases" " latest SPS (Smart Power Stage) technology" = 6+1 doubled to 12+1 IR ?
12K Hour Nichicon cap
"60A choke"
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X299 Steel Legend https://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/X299...gend/index.asp
"11phases" "up to 50A" --- probably 5+1 doubled to 10+1 Vishay SiC series based off their other boards
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Also found out the X299 Creator from MSI is "direct"
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And to reiterate why they have triple CPU connectors, it's for cheap PSUs (why you would use one with a HEDT paltform I don't know) per their slides.


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Quote: Originally Posted by elmor View Post
DrMOS is a specification by Intel for integrated driver + MOSFET in a single package: https://www.intel.com/assets/pdf/refmanual/drmos.pdf . Infineon also refers to their power stages as DrMOS parts: https://www.infineon.com/cms/en/prod...tage/tda21220/
Ok... Vishay DrMOS
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asus explains the real function of the blackplate covering the bottom right side is to protect the chipset soldering. heavy mobo is suggested to be held on both sides. just holding the right side of the pcb is likely to crack the soldering under the chipset.
https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/RO...xtreme-Encore/'

the official site above also details more about the teamed design. worth to check it out

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guys, any info about VRM on PRIME X299-Edtion 30? Thank you.

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guys, any info about VRM on PRIME X299-Edtion 30? Thank you.

I don't know the specifics about the VRM on that board, however, I was able to OC a 9920X to 4.8 GHz, and with Prime95 (non AVX) for over 1 hour, the VRM's never got over 55c, and that little fan never came on.

This board might be the best ATX offering from Asus for overclocking, specifically because of the massive VRM count, as well as the massive, actively cooled VRM heat sink.

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intel has changed microcodes for x299....
new bios would have worse performance.
https://www.chiphell.com/thread-2165741-1-1.html
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guys, any info about VRM on PRIME X299-Edtion 30? Thank you.
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What's to know beside it being yet another 750.us asus board

https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16813119214

https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards...pecifications/

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Hi all. I have an Asrock x299 Extreme4 that I purchased in 2018 for use with a 7800x. About 3 weeks ago I purchased a 10920x to upgrade to the newer x299 cpus and get away from the sluggish performance of the 7800x. Upon installing the new cpu I upgraded to bios p1.90 and found that the system will not power on from an OFF state without first clearing the CMOS and then entering the UEFI setup and resetting the settings to defaults. All clocks are stock and set to AUTO. Windows 10 installed just fine and boots just fine so long as the power stays on. The system will reboot without issue. But if the system enters sleep mode or is powered off it needs to have the cmos reset in order to POST. Also, under load the system shuts down like someone pulled the cord. The Intel EXtreme Tuning Utility shows VRM Thermal Throttling is yellow YES all the time, even at idle. The VRM heatsink feels hot to the touch. The CPU temps are all in the low 40s at stock settings. The CPU is cooled by a hydro h100i v2 with 4 fans in push-pull another 2 120mm fans are in the top of the case and another in front above the radiator and one in the back of the case as well. The 7800 ran OC'd just fine. This beast won't even idle without pushing the thermal numbers of the VRM too high. ASRock is suggesting RMA'ing the board, but I'm wondering if the new board will be any better at handling the 10920x. Are there any cooling solutions to help cool the VRM better than the passive heatsinks on it? Perhaps something like the eVGA boards have with the active fans or even a water cooling solution? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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Hi all. I have an Asrock x299 Extreme4 that I purchased in 2018 for use with a 7800x. About 3 weeks ago I purchased a 10920x to upgrade to the newer x299 cpus and get away from the sluggish performance of the 7800x. Upon installing the new cpu I upgraded to bios p1.90 and found that the system will not power on from an OFF state without first clearing the CMOS and then entering the UEFI setup and resetting the settings to defaults. All clocks are stock and set to AUTO. Windows 10 installed just fine and boots just fine so long as the power stays on. The system will reboot without issue. But if the system enters sleep mode or is powered off it needs to have the cmos reset in order to POST. Also, under load the system shuts down like someone pulled the cord. The Intel EXtreme Tuning Utility shows VRM Thermal Throttling is yellow YES all the time, even at idle. The VRM heatsink feels hot to the touch. The CPU temps are all in the low 40s at stock settings. The CPU is cooled by a hydro h100i v2 with 4 fans in push-pull another 2 120mm fans are in the top of the case and another in front above the radiator and one in the back of the case as well. The 7800 ran OC'd just fine. This beast won't even idle without pushing the thermal numbers of the VRM too high. ASRock is suggesting RMA'ing the board, but I'm wondering if the new board will be any better at handling the 10920x. Are there any cooling solutions to help cool the VRM better than the passive heatsinks on it? Perhaps something like the eVGA boards have with the active fans or even a water cooling solution? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Easiest thing to do would be aim a fan at it. When I do table benching I have fan that I blow over mine it helps temperatures a lot.

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