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    Thanks for the link MasterC@ROG,..

    Got everything put back together today, leak-test passed.

    Filled the loop with Mayhems Eco X1 Clear,.. system booted into BIOS, everything is working fine.

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    Done deal, this build was a challenge every step of the way.

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    Glad it worked out for you.

    That's a sweet build, how are the temps? Would've been difficult to air cool that. Nice work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterC@ROG View Post
    Glad it worked out for you.

    That's a sweet build, how are the temps? Would've been difficult to air cool that. Nice work.
    Thanks mate,

    Temps are fine so far under daily usage.

    I really haven't ran any sustained heavy loads yet. Aside from RealBench V2, Karu memory test, y-cruncher.

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    Hi.

    Did you have any more problems like described in the thread? As I understand your problem was resolved after changing MB to new one via retailer?

    Did you check possibility of any contact electronic components in the socket area (for example, double capacitors) with waterblock details?

    I have same problem only with Z590-I model. I tested my system in an open air stand. Combined it after that with custom watercooling system and system sometimes works fine especially first week but later mostly is rebooted due to power recycling.

    I tried most common methods like to changle PSU, memory an others but with no luck.

    But yesterday when I take off my waterblock I have been realized that waterblock body impacted and damaged 2 capacitors in the socket area.

    I strongly recommend you to check out this moment. I think that soldering issue was reasoned by shirt circling and maybe is the real reason of the thread problem. It's dangerous. It may cause a fire.

    Thanks.

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array Braegnok PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by roiman View Post
    Hi.

    Did you have any more problems like described in the thread? As I understand your problem was resolved after changing MB to new one via retailer?

    Did you check possibility of any contact electronic components in the socket area (for example, double capacitors) with waterblock details?

    I have same problem only with Z590-I model. I tested my system in an open air stand. Combined it after that with custom watercooling system and system sometimes works fine especially first week but later mostly is rebooted due to power recycling.

    I tried most common methods like to changle PSU, memory an others but with no luck.

    But yesterday when I take off my waterblock I have been realized that waterblock body impacted and damaged 2 capacitors in the socket area.

    I strongly recommend you to check out this moment. I think that soldering issue was reasoned by shirt circling and maybe is the real reason of the thread problem. It's dangerous. It may cause a fire.

    Thanks.
    Hello,.. your correct the problem was resolved after changing MB to new one via retailer.

    A vender for the retailer was providing refurberished motherboards and listing/selling them as new in sealed retail box's,..

    Asus Support gave me a detailed report with several photo's. The damage was at the bottom edge of motherboard, someone removed and replaced the PCIe X 16 slot,.. and did a poor solder job, and also caused a short most likly due to using high temp over 160 when soldering on motherboard.

    The water block I use is EK-Quantum Velocity2 : https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-quantum...00-full-nickel

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    Plenty of clearance around the socket with the cold plate in contact with IHS, and rear exact mount installed.
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    I have this block on three Asus Z690 motherboards, and have not noticed any issues with clearance.

    Which water block are you using?
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