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03-31-2020 06:00 AM
Simmons572
Quote: Originally Posted by toolmaker03 View Post
well I got my memory, so all that remains is the CPU for this build.
03-30-2020 12:59 PM
toolmaker03 well I got my memory, so all that remains is the CPU for this build.
03-24-2020 12:58 AM
toolmaker03 well I did order my memory, I got two sticks, as memory keeps going up, almost on a weekly basis now. it might be here next month, or it might be here six months from now. in truth I really do not know when, or if, it will be delivered at all. all I can do now, is wait and see what happens.
03-11-2020 08:03 PM
toolmaker03
Quote: Originally Posted by J7SC View Post
...a little blast from the past, re-tested on Ryzen 3800

I had a older version of the water cooled TEC system by swiftech, kind of like this one but with the MCW50 water block.


https://www.overclockersclub.com/rev...tech_mcw6500t/


I fried my K7 system with condensation caused by that setup.


well, seasonic just released their new line of power supplies the connect series, and I hope that I can get one for sale, by the end of this year. it would solve a lot of the little issues I am having, with the current wiring setup I have for power.
03-08-2020 03:25 PM
J7SC ...a little blast from the past, re-tested on Ryzen 3800

03-08-2020 03:17 PM
toolmaker03 well, after looking at the motherboard, all the VRM's are tightly packed around the CPU, this is why the mono-block seemed small to me.
02-27-2020 12:07 PM
Simmons572 Nope, I am running X399. I was just hoping to help contribute somehow. Looks like you've got a solid gameplan!
02-27-2020 11:53 AM
toolmaker03
Quote: Originally Posted by Simmons572 View Post
Do you know what the mounting specs are for that chipset? From what I remember, these mobo vendors like to use differently spec'd mounting holes for their VRM coolers.

well I have a mono block, so yes I can give you a distance between the mounting holes. the offset is a little harder to get right. what I do normally, is get a set of VRM blocks for a similar board, and ether re-drill the mounting holes,(if possible) or I will use thermal epoxy to mount them to the motherboard.


if you have a gigabyte master Z390 board, I would be happy to measure the distance between the mounting holes. so that it makes choosing VRM blocks for modification easier.
02-27-2020 08:09 AM
Simmons572 Do you know what the mounting specs are for that chipset? From what I remember, these mobo vendors like to use differently spec'd mounting holes for their VRM coolers.
02-22-2020 09:02 PM
toolmaker03 ok, so now that we know what, motherboard I am using. I have a mono block for the CPU and VRMS, I have a memory water block. I need a south bridge water block for the Z390 gigabyte master motherboard. do you guys have any south bridge water blocks that you would recommend? ( I have no issues with thermal epoxying the water block to the south bridge chip if necessary. )
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