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12-03-2019 09:49 AM
ThrashZone
Quote: Originally Posted by FlanK3r View Post
guys, any info about VRM on PRIME X299-Edtion 30? Thank you.
Hi,
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/
12-03-2019 07:39 AM
asdkj1740 intel has changed microcodes for x299....
new bios would have worse performance.
https://www.chiphell.com/thread-2165741-1-1.html
12-03-2019 06:01 AM
Wizzzard
Quote: Originally Posted by FlanK3r View Post
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.
12-02-2019 06:01 AM
FlanK3r guys, any info about VRM on PRIME X299-Edtion 30? Thank you.
11-19-2019 03:31 AM
asdkj1740

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
10-23-2019 11:02 AM
GBT-MatthewH
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
10-23-2019 10:42 AM
AlphaC 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"
8+8 power CPU connector

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
12K hour Nichicon caps
"60A choke"
8+8 power CPU connector

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Also found out the X299 Creator from MSI is "direct"
Attachment 302056


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.


http://blog.livedoor.jp/wisteriear/a...7666.html#more
10-10-2019 09:33 PM
elmor
Quote: Originally Posted by GBT-MatthewH View Post
AFAIK its Drmos. They have a new 90A part. We looked into it.... In general we still consider Infineon a higher tier than Drmos (as a brand/quality/etc), but its not far apart. Interested to see how they perform.
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/
10-10-2019 12:42 PM
vmanuelgm 3 8-pin EPS=1200-1300W safely, more or less with a pair of good power supplies (or one with 3 EPS if it exists) and quality cables...
10-08-2019 03:38 PM
GBT-MatthewH
Quote: Originally Posted by AlphaC View Post
Hmm who is making 90A powerstages, probably they are using the peak current spec on Infineon TDA21472?
AFAIK its Drmos. They have a new 90A part. We looked into it.... In general we still consider Infineon a higher tier than Drmos (as a brand/quality/etc), but its not far apart. Interested to see how they perform.
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