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  1. #81
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    Quote Originally Posted by SatinWhitePearl View Post
    What’d you think of the performance results?*
    I was good with them. It probably wont bury the KPE but it will be right up there on water alone. Looking forward to it. Sorry I was out this weekend for work but back home again. Looking forward to this and I want to start putting all my parts together. I just got the Cablemod kit today and there is nothing left but the Matrix. I passed on my other opportunity for different Halo card hoping this would come out. It's all 100% ROG this time and putting my faith in ASUS.

    Only the fans are different. I bought TT Riing Plus RGB Premium's this time and hope I don't start getting crazy intermittent controller errors like before. I don't like the Corsair LL setup very much after running them for about 2 months. I had to replace those intermittent Riing Plus Premiums after a couple years of use. Gonna try one more time with completely new set.
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    Everything overclocked and love it.
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    Update to Switzerland: Retailers did not get the card from Asus yet. Similar or same story in Germany I think.

    And also you need to post pictures of your Computer when it's finished I'm sure it will look awesome with all Asus parts

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    Sound Cardbuilt in for both
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricksy97 View Post
    Update to Switzerland: Retailers did not get the card from Asus yet. Similar or same story in Germany I think.

    And also you need to post pictures of your Computer when it's finished I'm sure it will look awesome with all Asus parts
    Definitely will do Proud of ASUS stuff. Don't always agree with how things are handled when it comes to the public or being way premature in announcements but I do like the products.
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    ROG Matrix 2080 ti
    Gskill TridentZ RGB DC 3200 64g

    Everything overclocked and love it.
    ROG Awesomeness !!!!

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    I don't know why ASUS decide to go with this approach.
    This card is only for advanced users because cleaning of Matrix will be pure suffering.
    Tomorrow I will show you how radiator look after 3 months when you remove fans, because radiators need cleaning every 3 months.
    Dust in radiators is much bigger problem than on fins.

    Here you need complete disassemble graphic card, removing backplate, whole pump/plate from GPU chip and memory and than to clean dust from radiator.
    It's not possible thinking... Never mind I will left GPU 12 months like Strix and others... dust carpet will completely cover radiator and influence on temperature.

    Second problem is air. AIO profit from two reason, exhaust configuration where 90% of heat from GPU go immediately out of case.
    Not so good scenario is if fresh air out of case cool radiator and than heat stay inside of case.
    Here situation is even worse because card will constantly use air from case and all heat will circulate inside of case, that will cripple temperature on very similar to Strix.

    Card look great, ASUS build that to look quality and nice, but from day 1 this approach was suspicious to me and I thought they will show up with final products completely different. I have very much experience with AIO Systems and I learned that biggest advantage of that system is because you can change thermal paste on CPU-GPU without removing radiator, or you could clean radiator without removing GPU from PCI-E slot.
    I give you warranty I will clean 3-4 maybe more 240mm radiators for same time as someone clean radiator on Matrix.

    AIO is build to be fast and easy for maintenance, this is hell.
    On CORSAIR AIO sytems I cleaned radiator max on 6 months and than was... mess.
    But everything was simple, you put PC Case outside, remove fans almost with fingers because I never tight screws much... brush and air duster without removing block from CPU or if someone have on GPU she could stay inside slot.
    This is for advanced users because for every cleaning you need to done same job like you prepare for installing waterblock, new thermal paste, cleaning paste, Arctic Cleaner kit will become your best friend.

    ASUS should little to improve Poseidon design and to go with that, give one Universal VGA Holder in package, extend block on VRM and that's it.
    Here you can't use air dust and push throught fins on side like on Strix and other GPU's.
    For someone that process will be interesting, but you must prepare to do that 10 times for warranty period because of that pay attention on every screw, every detail because you can't destroy screws or other things... later you will need and new pads because they will collect dust like glue.

    Forgot on idea I will keep label on screw because warranty. You can clean GPU with strong air duster like DataVac, to use little tape and prevent fans to spin and use strong DataVac Antistatic to push air, but good percent will stay trapped inside. And better do that every month until bigger dust collect because Data Vac will not helped you then, then only compressor is solution but he is danger for hardware.
    Last edited by Vlada011; 04-16-2019 at 12:21 AM.


  5. #85
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    Graphics Card #1MSI Sea Hawk 1080 & ROG Matrix 2080 ti
    Sound Cardbuilt in for both
    MonitorSamsung 27inch & ASUS Swift PG348Q
    Storage #1Samsung 960 Pro & Samsung 970 Pro
    CPU CoolerRyuo 240 & Ryujin 360
    CaseInWin 909 Black & InWin 909 Silver
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vlada011 View Post
    I don't know why ASUS decide to go with this approach.
    This card is only for advanced users because cleaning of Matrix will be pure suffering.
    Tomorrow I will show you how radiator look after 3 months when you remove fans, because radiators need cleaning every 3 months.
    Dust in radiators is much bigger problem than on fins.

    Here you need complete disassemble graphic card, removing backplate, whole pump/plate from GPU chip and memory and than to clean dust from radiator.
    It's not possible thinking... Never mind I will left GPU 12 months like Strix and others... dust carpet will completely cover radiator and influence on temperature.

    Second problem is air. AIO profit from two reason, exhaust configuration where 90% of heat from GPU go immediately out of case.
    Not so good scenario is if fresh air out of case cool radiator and than heat stay inside of case.
    Here situation is even worse because card will constantly use air from case and all heat will circulate inside of case, that will cripple temperature on very similar to Strix.

    Card look great, ASUS build that to look quality and nice, but from day 1 this approach was suspicious to me and I thought they will show up with final products completely different. I have very much experience with AIO Systems and I learned that biggest advantage of that system is because you can change thermal paste on CPU-GPU without removing radiator, or you could clean radiator without removing GPU from PCI-E slot.
    I give you warranty I will clean 3-4 maybe more 240mm radiators for same time as someone clean radiator on Matrix.

    AIO is build to be fast and easy for maintenance, this is hell.
    On CORSAIR AIO sytems I cleaned radiator max on 6 months and than was... mess.
    But everything was simple, you put PC Case outside, remove fans almost with fingers because I never tight screws much... brush and air duster without removing block from CPU or if someone have on GPU she could stay inside slot.
    This is for advanced users because for every cleaning you need to done same job like you prepare for installing waterblock, new thermal paste, cleaning paste, Arctic Cleaner kit will become your best friend.

    ASUS should little to improve Poseidon design and to go with that, give one Universal VGA Holder in package, extend block on VRM and that's it.
    Here you can't use air dust and push throught fins on side like on Strix and other GPU's.
    For someone that process will be interesting, but you must prepare to do that 10 times for warranty period because of that pay attention on every screw, every detail because you can't destroy screws or other things... later you will need and new pads because they will collect dust like glue.
    Yes I am sure there are some practical maintenance challenges as all radiators get dusty. I use cans of compressed air about every other month to clean them. I will have to see how this goes for this design.

    All of the components get dusty in a case. You mention keeping heat inside the case. I would only agree with you if you don't have good airflow to begin with. Most newer cases if they have the fans correctly installed and sized wouldn't have a problem in my opinion. Fresh cold air should surround your components and exit out the top or sides. I will be checking all of this out as soon as I do my build.

    Not sure I would worry about thermal paste etc in this instance but who knows. It's new tech and I think the future of water cooling for certain components. Gotta start somewhere.
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    ROG Matrix 2080 ti
    Gskill TridentZ RGB DC 3200 64g

    Everything overclocked and love it.
    ROG Awesomeness !!!!

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    ROG Member Array TechaGek PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)(NAS) Netgear ReadyNAS 102 (2-Bay) Cloud Server (1TB)
    MotherboardASUS X99-Deluxe (2011-v3)
    ProcessorIntel i7-5820K @ 4.2 GhZ
    Memory (part number)Corsair Dominator DDR4 RAM (4x4GB/16GB) @ 2800MhZ.
    Graphics Card #1EVGA Geforce GTX 980Ti (FTW Ed) 6GB VRAM
    Graphics Card #2Elgato HD60 Pro Capture Card
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    Monitor2x ASUS ROG Swift PG278Q @ 144Hz.
    Storage #1Samsung 840 Pro 1TB SSD.
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    CPU CoolerCorsair H100i AIO Cooler.
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    Keyboard Corsair Vengeance K70 Mechanical Keyboard /w Full RGB LED.
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    Mouse Pad Customized '2MGoverCSquared' Zazzle.co.uk Mouse Pad.
    Headset/Speakers CREATIVE 5.1 Surround /w 50W Sub.
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    Various reviews for the card are popping up everywhere now, also articles stating the card will debut in the UK at Insomnia 64 during the Easter Holiday.

    Ebuyer.com's price changed to £1499.99 earlier too from £1189.99. Things are happening. Counting the days.

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    Graphics Card #1MSI Sea Hawk 1080 & ROG Matrix 2080 ti
    Sound Cardbuilt in for both
    MonitorSamsung 27inch & ASUS Swift PG348Q
    Storage #1Samsung 960 Pro & Samsung 970 Pro
    CPU CoolerRyuo 240 & Ryujin 360
    CaseInWin 909 Black & InWin 909 Silver
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    Keyboard Corsair K95 & ASUS ROG Claymore
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    Quote Originally Posted by TechaGek View Post
    Various reviews for the card are popping up everywhere now, also articles stating the card will debut in the UK at Insomnia 64 during the Easter Holiday.

    Ebuyer.com's price changed to £1499.99 earlier too from £1189.99. Things are happening. Counting the days.
    Yep.. that's a little over 1900 USD Sounds like it's becoming real
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    Everything overclocked and love it.
    ROG Awesomeness !!!!

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    ROG Member Array TechaGek PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)(NAS) Netgear ReadyNAS 102 (2-Bay) Cloud Server (1TB)
    MotherboardASUS X99-Deluxe (2011-v3)
    ProcessorIntel i7-5820K @ 4.2 GhZ
    Memory (part number)Corsair Dominator DDR4 RAM (4x4GB/16GB) @ 2800MhZ.
    Graphics Card #1EVGA Geforce GTX 980Ti (FTW Ed) 6GB VRAM
    Graphics Card #2Elgato HD60 Pro Capture Card
    Sound CardASUS Strix Pro Raid DLX 7.1 (124dB, Sonic Radar) PCI-E.
    Monitor2x ASUS ROG Swift PG278Q @ 144Hz.
    Storage #1Samsung 840 Pro 1TB SSD.
    Storage #2Samsung 850 Pro 128GB SSD /w OS.
    CPU CoolerCorsair H100i AIO Cooler.
    CaseCorsair Carbide Air 540 ATX.
    Power SupplyCorsair AX860i (860w)
    Keyboard Corsair Vengeance K70 Mechanical Keyboard /w Full RGB LED.
    Mouse Corsair Vengeance M65 Gaming Mouse /w Full RGB LED.
    Headset ASTRO A40 (2013 Model) /w Mixamp. & Beyerdynamic DT990 Pro (Limited Black Edition).
    Mouse Pad Customized '2MGoverCSquared' Zazzle.co.uk Mouse Pad.
    Headset/Speakers CREATIVE 5.1 Surround /w 50W Sub.
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  9. #89
    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array 1mluer PC Specs
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    Graphics Card #1MSI Sea Hawk 1080 & ROG Matrix 2080 ti
    Sound Cardbuilt in for both
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    Storage #1Samsung 960 Pro & Samsung 970 Pro
    CPU CoolerRyuo 240 & Ryujin 360
    CaseInWin 909 Black & InWin 909 Silver
    Power SupplySeasonic 1000w Titanium & ROG Thor 1200p
    Keyboard Corsair K95 & ASUS ROG Claymore
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    Actually a where to buy for Belgium:

    https://www.asus.com/be-nl/Graphics-...NG/wheretobuy/

    No words..
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    InWin 909 Silver RGB build
    i9-9900k
    ROG Maximus XI Apex
    ROG Matrix 2080 ti
    Gskill TridentZ RGB DC 3200 64g

    Everything overclocked and love it.
    ROG Awesomeness !!!!

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array 1mluer PC Specs
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    MotherboardMaximus IX Apex & Maximus XI Apex's
    ProcessorI7-7700k & I9-9900k
    Memory (part number)Gskill Trident Z RGB 4266 & 3200 DC
    Graphics Card #1MSI Sea Hawk 1080 & ROG Matrix 2080 ti
    Sound Cardbuilt in for both
    MonitorSamsung 27inch & ASUS Swift PG348Q
    Storage #1Samsung 960 Pro & Samsung 970 Pro
    CPU CoolerRyuo 240 & Ryujin 360
    CaseInWin 909 Black & InWin 909 Silver
    Power SupplySeasonic 1000w Titanium & ROG Thor 1200p
    Keyboard Corsair K95 & ASUS ROG Claymore
    Mouse Logitech G902 & ASUS Gladius II Origin
    Mouse Pad Corsair MM800 & ASUS ROG Baltheus
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    Well this starts the 3rd week since I was told 3 to 5 weeks in the USA. Still no pre-orders setup yet with US retailers. Let's hope we are still on track

    Crossing Fingers.
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    ROG Matrix 2080 ti
    Gskill TridentZ RGB DC 3200 64g

    Everything overclocked and love it.
    ROG Awesomeness !!!!

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