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ADIA 64 stress test for 43 mins, much more forgiving. All cores loaded to 100% no AVX workloads. 9C spread and a lot cooler.
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@JustinThyme , @ThrashZone

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It’s a good block, don’t mind the critical views I post up, I’m an electronics engineer working in critical power. We look for faults and ways to improve. I’m not into blowing sunshine and rainbows.

What I will say at this point is out of what’s available performance wise it’s one of the better if not best block speaking for the signature V2 only as that’s the only one I’ve been exposed to.

My criticism has thus far only applied to claims of 5-8 C lower temps with all else being the same. I’ve not expected that nor seen it but have seen 2-3 and a more even spread across the cores depending on what bench is being run. Blender is the only thing that throws it out with more than 10C spread. Even the PC heater app aka P95 while making it hot as hell keeps them equally hot as hell.

IMO the design of the cold plate is a fresh and good sense approach. A little innovation and change that the industry hasn’t seen in awhile.

This may spark others to wake up the guys sleeping in their R&D depts and get busy as they have become complacent. When the new kid in town comes out topping their performance whether it be 2-3 or 5-8 it’s bound to have an impact.

Curious to see what the GPU blocks will do when they roll out. I’ll never get to experience that as the ASUS Strix cards seem to always be close to last on the drawing boards.

Both EK and HK were way late to the party for Strix 2080Ti with some BS about the back plates which I didn’t get. They have a hole for the button to kill the LEDs. Like that’s a monumental task to drill an extra hole?

The blocks didn’t come out until 6 months after the product was launched when I know for fact they had the layout specs before launch. Even TT had a block for it before they did as well as pretty much everyone else, even Bykski.

I’m going to be doing one final change to see if it makes any difference and it probably will. Dumping directly to the block from the pumps with 10L/M after it’s passed though a 480x60 rad and a 360x30 rad before the pumps. Then up to a 420 before coming back out to VRM cooler and GPU blocks.

Either that or I’ll hit the VRM and GPU first then up through the 420 then back down to CPU. I’ll figure that out once I’ve replaced the top rad. Should have the final results of that by mid week.

Regardless it’s outperformed all else, only question is exactly by how much and mounting seems to be finicky.

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Not sure who makes the blocks on these Aorus waterforce cards, it's what they came with. Was tempted to swap them for something different, but not sure if it's worth the cash for possible better or worse performance. I won't be running anything backwards as the last thing I want to see is any sort of higher temps due to it.. I couldn't help but ask. After my last ek monoblock, I doubt I will go back to them. Their allen bolts' heads stripped from a basic hand tool the last time I tried to take it apart for maintenance. If I can't figure a way to do it tonight or tomorrow, I'll just install it upside down and ignore the logo for now. The creative side in me always wants to try different new things with this build hobby, so I may consider the distro plates Singularity is making for the Enthoo Elite but still not sure if thats my thing. They sent me the current design for a horizontal and vertical, but looking at the cad render I can't see a way to make it all work with what I have. It would allow me to install the block sideways, though and run lines to the right instead of above. The other side of me just wants to install it, keep it simple and see what gains I get.
Most of the time EK gets those contracts although I can’t say for sure. I’ve not been a fan of manufacturer installed blocks since the 8800GTS that was as an EK block. Just have to watch out for warranty issues. ASUS changed theirs so removal of the stock sink doesn’t void it although they still leave the catch phrase that any damage caused by modifications deemed to be caused by user or unauthorized service center are not covered. This only applies to the US market afaik.

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Hey! Low of -10C here tonight. If I pull a Jayz2Cents and rig a fan from the window to the back of my case guarantee you I can beat the HK by 20C or better and get a good run at 5GHz or better! Wife will be pi$$ed as the office area, which was meant to be a sitting area off the master bedroom, will make the bedroom cold as witches boobs in a cast iron bra. I can just crack the window open and my coolant temp will drop 10C easy, adding fan will drop it to near near 0C.

Nah, not worth chapping the wifey on Valentines day.
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Hi,
All these test were with the foundation
It's a great block no problems at all except not using goofy mount as I've always been accustomed to using for heatkiller 4 pro and ek evo in the past
Foundation is a no brainier winner 60.us cheaper you'd never know why it's cheaper it performs so well at high clocks too

HK 4 pro verses opimus foundation copper plexi
https://www.overclock.net/forum/61-w...l#post28261118
45-48 clocks
https://www.overclock.net/forum/61-w...l#post28314644

Just started messing with a signature copper cold plate
Got to warm up the room a little more ambient is off only 74f degrees instead of 78f degrees as other tests were at.
Core temp spread is looking okay 10c so far and adding the extra ambient looking the same as foundation so far.

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@JustinThyme , @ThrashZone , thanks, both of you.

Going to wait on TZ's results for the Signature block, then make my decision.

JT, understood about what you found in the filter and why you might not happy about it. Could be a fluke, but probably shouldn't have happened. Not sure about how I feel about no springs at the moment, but that'll get taken into consideration as I do my own further research.

FWIW, the block on my benched motherboard will be hooked up using Tygon 1/2 x 3/4, while the motherboard in my SMA8 will be connected using hardline. I've got an ample supply of Tygon on hand; as well as Bitspower 12/16 acrylic, and 16mm and 14mm brass tubing. Main cooling for both the bench and the SMA8 includes 2x MORA 420 (dual loops), 4x Watercool Vario D5s, and 2x Heatkiller 200mm reservoirs. Supplemental cooling for (e.g.) VRMs and Intel 900Ps will be added as well, as required.

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@JustinThyme , @ThrashZone , thanks, both of you.

Going to wait on TZ's results for the Signature block, then make my decision.

JT, understood about what you found in the filter and why you might not happy about it. Could be a fluke, but probably shouldn't have happened. Not sure about how I feel about no springs at the moment, but that'll get taken into consideration as I do my own further research.

FWIW, the block on my benched motherboard will be hooked up using Tygon 1/2 x 3/4, while the motherboard in my SMA8 will be connected using hardline. I've got an ample supply of Tygon on hand; as well as Bitspower 12/16 acrylic, and 16mm and 14mm brass tubing. Main cooling for both the bench and the SMA8 includes 2x MORA 420 (dual loops), 4x Watercool Vario D5s, and 2x Heatkiller 200mm reservoirs. Supplemental cooling for (e.g.) VRMs and Intel 900Ps will be added as well, as required.

@Optimus WC are all of your x299 CPU blocks available at the moment? If not, for those that aren't, do you expect lengthy waits? Please PM me if you'd rather post that privately.
Hi,
Results are a fail on the signature
went straight to 4.8 and ambient is at least 2f degrees cooler hit 94c with only a couple cores cooler making temp spread 13c
So clearly signature has some contact issues that the foundation doesn't

I'm going to trim the center o-ring a bit and see if I can get the cold plate to flex a little more so it can conform to the chip better.
When I set the chip on top of the block the center of the chip was touching the block but the sides weren't pretty much believe this is the problem since we've been told the signature has no flex and obviously it needs a little to touch the outside of the chip more without over tightening and risking bent or squished socket pins.

Edit
I did trim off some of the o-ring on each side leaving about 3/8" in the middle untouched and just trimmed it flush from there
Leak testing should be back on in a few hours from 3pm

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Thanks for the update, TZ Interested in seeing if you can workaround the problem.

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Thanks for the update, TZ Interested in seeing if you can workaround the the problem.
Hi,
Just fired up blender long test a few minutes ago will know some thing in 30 minutes if shaving the o-ring does anything positive.

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