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Lol people can read dude. No need to state something “yet again” within two or three posts from one another.

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Hi guys,
Is there a clearance issue with Asus Maximus X hero and Heatkiller IV Pro. When I tried to mount CPU block in a proper way I could not get proper seal between CPU and block. Upper half of cpu was clean.
When I tried "goofy" mount it worked, but temps are baaad
Mount is without backplate.
Any suggestions guys?


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Hey Jakob, why does your http://shop.watercool.de show as not secure on chrome?

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Hi guys,
Is there a clearance issue with Asus Maximus X hero and Heatkiller IV Pro. When I tried to mount CPU block in a proper way I could not get proper seal between CPU and block. Upper half of cpu was clean.
When I tried "goofy" mount it worked, but temps are baaad [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/biggrin.gif[/IMG]
Mount is without backplate.
Any suggestions guys?
Sounds like you had an air bubble in your block maybe? Are you saying the block was only filling halfway when the pump was running? If so, then that’s the case. Most blocks do that one the first fill.

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Quote: Originally Posted by sharyn View Post
Hi guys,
Is there a clearance issue with Asus Maximus X hero and Heatkiller IV Pro. When I tried to mount CPU block in a proper way I could not get proper seal between CPU and block. Upper half of cpu was clean.
When I tried "goofy" mount it worked, but temps are baaad
Mount is without backplate.
Any suggestions guys?
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Sounds like you had an air bubble in your block maybe? Are you saying the block was only filling halfway when the pump was running? If so, then that’s the case. Most blocks do that one the first fill.
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No I believe he's saying the water block is not making full contact with the cpu thermal paste isn't spreading on top.

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Yeah, that's it. The lower part of CPU is properly covered with tpaste but the upper part is clean without paste.

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Yeah, that's it. The lower part of CPU is properly covered with tpaste but the upper part is clean without paste.
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Have you thought to make a straight edge out of a small ruler and set it on top of the chip see which cap/... the water block is touching ?
Sounds like the vrm cooler is a tad too close about the only thing on top that might be in the way.

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2-280GTX Black Ice Nemesis rads with D5 pump-res combo and D5 top before and after rads.
Case
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Lol people can read dude. No need to state something “yet again” within two or three posts from one another.

Here’s the thing, people will do what they want regardless if they need it or not. You might just have to come to terms with that.
Yet again. There is no market.
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post #3819 of 3859 (permalink) Old 07-22-2019, 12:52 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by sharyn View Post
Hi guys,
Is there a clearance issue with Asus Maximus X hero and Heatkiller IV Pro. When I tried to mount CPU block in a proper way I could not get proper seal between CPU and block. Upper half of cpu was clean.
When I tried "goofy" mount it worked, but temps are baaad
Mount is without backplate.
Any suggestions guys?
We recommend the installation where the outlet port is straight above the inlet port. This orientation is always possible. On some 1151 boards, the 90° flipped orientation (both ports are horizontally next to each other) is incompatible. Can you please let me know if you tried the orientation that I just described as working ("regular" and "goofy" are completely arbitrary, unfortunately. I have seen both words describing all four mounting positions, depending on what the person feels SHOULD be normal ).



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Hey Jakob, why does your http://shop.watercool.de show as not secure on chrome?

I am scared to be phished?
There are some pictures and graphics used in the shop that are hosted on non-secure third-party servers. The shop itself is secure, though.
As soon as you get to the page where you enter data, it is completely secure, btw. So in a total worst-case scenario, an attacker would be able to see which product you selected - but would be blocked out from your data. We are working on fixing this situation!


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Yet again. There is no market.
Thank you for your input. The data of our survey tends to disagree strongly. I also receive numerous requests for VRM blocks for X570 via forum posts and DMs. I totally get your point, it might not be the most necessary thing to cool, from a technical standpoint. Nevertheless, people still want it. So, yes, there is a market.

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Thanks jakob, hope you fix it soon.

Regards cpu block oreintation, what about 90 casing? The outlet port should always be on top, so in this case, goofy will be defualt?

What happens if forced to put the 2 ports in horizontal to each other? I guess not enough water will flow to the top end and reduce perf?

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