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Is this waterblock big enough for the 1900X

Hi all,

I have a 2013 Ek Supremcy waterblock, wondering if it's large enough to cool the 1900X.


My plan is to buy a small slotted piece of metal and mount the CPU down.

I already have the CoolMaster Wraith Ripper, but I think this will probably cool the CPU better. (am I wrong?)


The copper base is 5cm by 5cm
The channels are 2.5cm by 2.5



Edit: I did some research, looks like it should work, but the performance will probably be worse than the original EK Threadripper block. As the mirco dins on this guy are 0.5cm smaller than that one...
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Hi there

I would rather consider get proper TR4 waterblock, if budget is low or on lower side then Bykski TR4 waterblock will do lot better job than this one block

I used Bykski TR4 waterblock on one build and tested too(friend borrowed me his TR4 2950X with motherboard) and performed pretty good and for money is well worth it, you can buy this one block over on Aliexpress for £33-£35

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1900x Dimensions 58.5 mm × 75.4 mm
I use a big block on my gpu, it's about 5x+ bigger then the core and it works just fine. mounting might not be very fun as far as trying to get the brackets lining up and maybe having to use small zip ties. or expansion washers(easier then zip ties)






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1900x Dimensions 58.5 mm × 75.4 mm
I use a big block on my gpu, it's about 5x+ bigger then the core and it works just fine. mounting might not be very fun as far as trying to get the brackets lining up and maybe having to use small zip ties. or expansion washers(easier then zip ties)




The biggest hurdle I'm facing right now, is trying to find four M3. 5 threaded rods...

I switchedt tothe Amd bracket that came with my block, so I can line up to the top two screw holes. Just need to need to use a melding plate for the bottom two screw holes.

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Quote: Originally Posted by jura11 View Post
Hi there

I would rather consider get proper TR4 waterblock, if budget is low or on lower side then Bykski TR4 waterblock will do lot better job than this one block

I used Bykski TR4 waterblock on one build and tested too(friend borrowed me his TR4 2950X with motherboard) and performed pretty good and for money is well worth it, you can buy this one block over on Aliexpress for £33-£35

Hope this helps

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Thanks, I was looking at the Byski. It actually performs really well, just a few degrees behind the Raystorm.

But my budget is nonexistent. I already have the Cooler Master Wraith, so worse case scenario I can just use that.

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Quote: Originally Posted by jura11 View Post
Hi there

I would rather consider get proper TR4 waterblock, if budget is low or on lower side then Bykski TR4 waterblock will do lot better job than this one block

I used Bykski TR4 waterblock on one build and tested too(friend borrowed me his TR4 2950X with motherboard) and performed pretty good and for money is well worth it, you can buy this one block over on Aliexpress for £33-£35

Hope this helps

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Thanks, I was looking at the Byski. It actually performs really well, just a few degrees behind the Raystorm.

But my budget is nonexistent. I already have the Cooler Master Wraith, so worse case scenario I can just use that.

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