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Old 11th August 2017, 8:16 AM   #1531
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Anyone got Asrock X370 Taichi? My 1800X is too hot for my itx build so I'm getting another ATX case and board.

Need to know if there are any bugs or quirks with it
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Old 11th August 2017, 10:01 AM   #1532
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they seem a bit Bit over priced is about all. Especially now the Strix is available at just under 300
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Old 11th August 2017, 12:36 PM   #1533
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Anyone got Asrock X370 Taichi? My 1800X is too hot for my itx build so I'm getting another ATX case and board.

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Got one and a Fat Pro Gaming....rocks
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Old 11th August 2017, 5:14 PM   #1534
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they seem a bit Bit over priced is about all. Especially now the Strix is available at just under 300
So how's the 1800X - clocks n volts
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Old 11th August 2017, 5:21 PM   #1535
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Anyone got Asrock X370 Taichi? My 1800X is too hot for my itx build so I'm getting another ATX case and board.

Need to know if there are any bugs or quirks with it
What case and cooling are you using?
I've got a 1700 with a p-state o/c of 3.8ghz and 3200mhz ram (XMP) and my temps are great (30c idle -> 65c p95 torture test)! I'm cooling it with a Corsair h100i v1 inside of a bitfenix prodigy.
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Old 12th August 2017, 10:31 AM   #1536
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i like what i see

how much is the am4 cpu cooler ? hopefully gonna sell/trade my intel for am4 . might consider hard tubing but gotta get some help with doing the tubes. any good guides to it ?
Sorry man, I didn't see see your msg, just noticed it searching for another quote.

Probably a bit late, but Monoblock was $150,

As for hard tubing, was my first attempt, never really found any single decent guide to be honest, and as such I stuck to single bends, using elbows to take care of 2nd axis, and found this made it far far less painful / risky in regards to wasting tube .


Anyway it's all done and dusted. Temps from the monoblock aren't anything spectacular - peaking mid 70's at 4ghz 1.42v small FFT's,(@ a mid 30s water temp), but no VRM cooling to worry about, and it looks pretty neat I think, esp' with the crosshair logo.





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So how's the 1800X - clocks n volts
So as above, like most people, struggling with the 4Ghz wall for long term viabilty. 1.42v LLC lvl 3 at the moment @ 4Ghz. but will fail prime after the loop gets too hot with combined GPU load (no point testing just CPU in a serial loop)

Will likely settle for slightly under.. 3.95Ghz is 1hr+ stable at only 1.32v! Reminds me of the old C3 stepping X2 days
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Old 12th August 2017, 12:41 PM   #1537
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Sorry man, I didn't see see your msg, just noticed it searching for another quote.

Probably a bit late, but Monoblock was $150,

As for hard tubing, was my first attempt, never really found any single decent guide to be honest, and as such I stuck to single bends, using elbows to take care of 2nd axis, and found this made it far far less painful / risky in regards to wasting tube .


Anyway it's all done and dusted. Temps from the monoblock aren't anything spectacular - peaking mid 70's at 4ghz 1.42v small FFT's,(@ a mid 30s water temp), but no VRM cooling to worry about, and it looks pretty neat I think, esp' with the crosshair logo.

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Old 12th August 2017, 7:31 PM   #1538
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mAJORD, tried cpu pll at 1.85v? i needed this to make my oc prine stable.
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heh I can assure you it wasn't very attractive after the "Vinegar incident"

OJR - I've set it fixed 1.8, probably sshould revist / experiment with it again. 1.85 specifically worked for you?
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heh I can assure you it wasn't very attractive after the "Vinegar incident"

OJR - I've set it fixed 1.8, probably sshould revist / experiment with it again. 1.85 specifically worked for you?
Yup. Unless I set this, prime would black screen evet time after about 30mins.
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hye guys finally got my ryzen iitx hotbox together just looking to do some ocing now
i know for intel theirs a setting that gives extra voltage over the given vcore i wanna disable this for ryzen before i head in anyone know what its under in a gigabyte mobo ?


will add some more clean inside pictures when my 1080ti aio comes in and i get some shorter sata cables for management
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Swapped my 1800X for 1700 now and everything is smooth and cool

If it wasn't the vrm it was CPU, GB itx boards are not designed for 95W CPU
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Swapped my 1800X for 1700 now and everything is smooth and cool

If it wasn't the vrm it was CPU, GB itx boards are not designed for 95W CPU
id say it was just the cpu as joker on his review hit 4.0 on his 1700 with the gb itx board although im guessing he used a aio for it

really wish we could turn off the white amd led or change its colour
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id say it was just the cpu as joker on his review hit 4.0 on his 1700 with the gb itx board although im guessing he used a aio for it

really wish we could turn off the white amd led or change its colour


Joker test the VRM temps? I don't watch his video, his voice gives me the shits
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