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MaratM

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About MaratM

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  • Birthday 1980-01-10

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Siberia

System

  • CPU
    Xeon X5680
  • Motherboard
    Asus P6T
  • RAM
    Corsair Dominator 1600
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX980Ti FE
  • Case
    Thermaltake F31 TG
  • PSU
    Thermaltake 850W
  • Cooling
    Custom EKWB
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 pro

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  1. MaratM

    Lian Li pc-q37 htpc build

    The mobo is sent to the seller, due to being the largest country in the world and some consumer protection laws it might take a while to get back a new one. So i decided to go nuts and make my very own distro plate. Thanks to my friends I have acces to laser cutter. This way I can make all holes alligned before sending the final design to the CNC mill. getting all the tubes alligned
  2. You might use this vrm waterblock http://shop.watercool.de/11560 and a ek-supremacy/velocity waterblock for the cpu, with a direct die mounting hardware
  3. MaratM

    DCC vs D5

    Both ddc and d5 can handle you planned loop. D5 is a bit quieter than ddc.
  4. The monoblock sits on the standoffs and the vrm part of the block (with its own standoffs). In order to lower down the monoblock you need shorter large monoblock standoffs and have to machine the vrm part if the monoblock by X - 0,5mm (X = hight if the IHS) 0,5mm is probably the thinest thermal pad you can get. looks like you did not win the lottery with you chip. Is it stable at lower voltage?
  5. MaratM

    What radiators should I use?

    http://thermalbench.com/category/radiators/ have a look here. You can go as big as you wish as long as it fits in you case.
  6. You need an “extention plate” for the monoblock. It has to be custom made. Most of ek monoblocks use a “standard” ek supremacy coldplate. And the monoblock is attached to the cpu cold plate with 4 screws. So you need to lower it down by the thickness of the IHS at the die area in order to get contact with the die. The easiest way to do it is to sell the monoblock and get a normal ek cpu waterblock and direct die kit from ek. Ps. What temp you expect? A stone cold chip at 5 ghz with avx on? It is a 16core cpu.
  7. I think it is not a good idea to use push-pull config with different fans, especialy with aliexpress ones. They will block the airflow. push-pull config will fit in the o11 with no problems
  8. MaratM

    Could use a hand guys xD

    To attach the valve to a splitter it is better to use a rotary male-male fitting, you also need a g1/4 plug to close the valve.
  9. MaratM

    Lian Li pc-q37 htpc build

    Something went wrong!!! Looks like mobo is dead. The power light on and nothing happens. No post led, no rgb, tried to reset the cmos, used different psu, nothing. Hopefully will get a replacement from the seller The cpu, ram and 2 ssd are fine. Just the mother board
  10. MaratM

    EK 980 ti waterblock

    Around 12-15 euro for cheapest shipping option or https://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/XSPC-Full-Cover-Razor-GTX-980--980-Ti-Waterblock_54000.html have a look here
  11. MaratM

    EK 980 ti waterblock

    Russia, probably the shipping will cost an arm and a leg
  12. try to contact this guy https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3MinCakmhnh9CJUh-TzNRw he makes custom reservoirs and can make a custom distro plate, but you have to provide some design and dimentions.
  13. MaratM

    EK 980 ti waterblock

    It is a reference card, just go to ebay and have a look for the waterblock for 980ti founders edition. I have an acetal block for 980ti lying around
  14. According to many reviews of aluminium kits performance difference is minimal, for 800 usd you can build more or less anything you want. Go for copper (or nickel plated) blocks, from ekwb or any other known brand. can save some money on fittings if you go hardline (use something like barrow instead of bitspower or ekwb), if it is a soft tubing build it does not really make much difference. Get the case first and do some research how to fit all the rads and radiator size, pumps and the rest after order it all. More rads - less noise. if you can not be bothered get something like this add another rad, some maching fans gpu waterblock and 4 more fittings and enjoy your lower temps
  15. MaratM

    need help with cpu cooling

    using a massive air cooler is not an option?
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