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  1. #111
    ROG Guru: Brown Belt Array tistou77 PC Specs
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    yes, I know
    But I had seen the information that the Encore's VRMs were as efficient (approximately) as those of the R6E with a waterblock (with same CPU/OC)

    For that I asked, to have an idea
    With Realbench, Aida64, etc ... (stresstest most used)
    And with an 18 cores would be even better

    I always had the VRMs under "water", I like it when it is "cool"
    And I would not want to have VRMs over 60, 70° with the same current OC (~50° currently, room temperature ~ 23°)
    Last edited by tistou77; 12-05-2019 at 10:01 PM.
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  2. #112
    ROG Member Array Jahmen PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)ROG G75VW
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    Okay, I just bought my encore on Cyber Monday for $750.00. Yeah, I know, not much diff. from the never-changing $799.99 I've seen for months on the Omega.
    In fact, I pretty much stumbled into the latest encore version of the motherboard only because the Omega was out of stock! Oh so glad about that.
    Looks-wise; It's a work of art! The architecture was certainly improved for M.2 SSDs.
    Now I have to figure out how to put it all together. My first Tech Support experience I just Post about. My Serial Number wasn't recognized by their system.
    That was a real disappointment too me.

  3. #113
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    I ran Prime95 memory and controller test, and is easier to pass than HCI or GSAT. No problems here reboot after reboot.

    There has been problems with Hynix in x299 setups, so B-Die, as I said multiple times, would be the best choice if possible.

    Watching your timings, I guess some are not very appropiate...
    Last edited by vmanuelgm; 12-10-2019 at 01:35 PM.
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    I just picked this board up. S will be building it next week.

    Question- does it matter where you put the m.2 drives? I have two- should I use the board connectors or dimm.2? Does that even matter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cisco0623 View Post
    I just picked this board up. S will be building it next week.

    Question- does it matter where you put the m.2 drives? I have two- should I use the board connectors or dimm.2? Does that even matter?
    yes it matters:
    1) are you planning to use the M.2 in VROC? e.g. are you going to run them in RAID 0 using VROC and boot from?
    2) OR are you going to run them in IRST RAID?
    3) Or just single bootable M.2?
    5) what CPU are you using, i.e. how many PCIe lanes does you CPU support....?
    6) how many graphics card are you going to use (this will limit what PCIe lanes you can use)? and where (what PCIe slots) will you put them?
    7) are you planning to use other add in cards that will suck up PCIe lanes? e.g. a Hyper m.2 x16 card or a raid card etc...

    Also please read the R6EE User manual posted on ASUS site and included in the package (same version as of now I think).
    Especially:
    - page 1-8 about how CPU/PCIe slots used will impact how the m.2_1,2 slot and the DIMM.2
    - page 1-19
    - page x (VROC works with DIMM.2 m.2 drives. While IRST works with M.2_1 and m.2_2 M.2 drives)

    Lots to think about actually.

    It think DIMM.2 is the best solution generally but it depends on the answers to above questions...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Int8bldr View Post
    yes it matters:
    1) are you planning to use the M.2 in VROC? e.g. are you going to run them in RAID 0 using VROC and boot from?
    2) OR are you going to run them in IRST RAID?
    3) Or just single bootable M.2?
    5) what CPU are you using, i.e. how many PCIe lanes does you CPU support....?
    6) how many graphics card are you going to use (this will limit what PCIe lanes you can use)? and where (what PCIe slots) will you put them?
    7) are you planning to use other add in cards that will suck up PCIe lanes? e.g. a Hyper m.2 x16 card or a raid card etc...

    Also please read the R6EE User manual posted on ASUS site and included in the package (same version as of now I think).
    Especially:
    - page 1-8 about how CPU/PCIe slots used will impact how the m.2_1,2 slot and the DIMM.2
    - page 1-19
    - page x (VROC works with DIMM.2 m.2 drives. While IRST works with M.2_1 and m.2_2 M.2 drives)

    Lots to think about actually.

    It think DIMM.2 is the best solution generally but it depends on the answers to above questions...
    Awesome, thanks!*

    I'm going 10980xe so I have plenty of pcie lanes this time. I'm running one video card and two m.2 solo (no raid just separate drives.) I will probably add more in the future so I was thinking just to use the pch ones and read the manual, but thought to ask here incase people had a preference or if one performs better In certain situations etc. I also water cool so it's a pita to take the video card out to lift the cover on the board.*

  7. #117
    ROG Member Array Jahmen PC Specs
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    Okay, the only issue I have found, as you go through the build manual it gives you the separately purchased accessory items we can buy, like the thermal sensor, the USB 3.2 Module & USB 2.0 Module, addressable RGB LED strips, etc. . . What would have been really great for both seller and buyers, is a simple place for those items product numbers to be listed or a link to where we can just go and buy them easily. Instead, I'm here in the community trying to find out how to get these items.

    PLEASE; Any who knows how we can get them, post back. Thank You

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    Hey folks,

    Does anyone had any issues with this M.2 heat sink? My M.2 sticks got bended inside when I tightened all screws. Then I replaced original thermal pads, because they are were too thick, however it’s still a bit bended.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petnax View Post
    Hey folks,

    Does anyone had any issues with this M.2 heat sink? My M.2 sticks got bended inside when I tightened all screws. Then I replaced original thermal pads, because they are were too thick, however it’s still a bit bended.

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    Dimm.2 has specific screws which have the proper height, and also comes with a pad that has to be attached in the middle of the Dimm.2 (both sides) to avoid bending the m.2 sticks.
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  10. #120
    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array ThrashZone PC Specs
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    Hi,
    I'm surprised tistou77 hasn't mentioned it

    There's a new water block and watercooling company around in Chicago for us in the u.S. to seriously look at

    I got a new Optimum Foundation copper plexi it's working very well probably look and perform great on an encore too as it does on my old apex
    Did some testing against the heatkiller 4 pro copper plexi and results are good with each in their best mount

    https://www.overclock.net/forum/61-w...l#post28261118

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    https://optimuspc.com/products/found...pu-block-intel

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