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    Does anybody here know a pcie card that supports 4x4tb drives? I want to extend the sata drives of the extreme to 10, but now I read the card I wanted to get has problems with large drives.
    Marvel has a chip that would work, the 88SE9345, but I can't find cards using it.
    The 88SE9230 doesn't do the trick, because as said it becomes unreliable above 3TB per drive.
    Any other sata chips that might work? Any pcie cards?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brighttail View Post
    Here is another EK response. There may be hope! :

    "Hello again,

    Our R&D team is already looking into solving also that rising question about 10G chip and they will come up with a solution soon we hope.
    I notified them again to take care of 10G as well. It's in progress.

    Best regards, Ales "

    Hey Brighttial,
    I'm a little confused. has anyone posted that there is a heat problem with the 10g chip so far. Would seem not in ASUS interest to release a Board with a heat issue like that. Just curious.
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    Be aware extreme beautiful Armor scratch and pins! already RMA !Click image for larger version. 

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  4. #1364
    ROG Guru: Brown Belt Array Brighttail PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by FireRx View Post
    Hey Brighttial,
    I'm a little confused. has anyone posted that there is a heat problem with the 10g chip so far. Would seem not in ASUS interest to release a Board with a heat issue like that. Just curious.
    There isn't a problem with the 10G chip nor with the heatsink Asus has provided. The problem is with the EK monoblock. To install it you have to take off the VRM heatsink, which is connected to the I/O assembly via a heatpipe. On the Rampage 6 Extreme, this heatpipe COOLS the 10G chip. So if you have to remove the heatsink and the heatpipe to install the monoblock, the 10G chip no longer has any active/passive cooling.

    Asus made EK aware of this issue and we have been trying for a while to get EK to tell us what is their solution. If we use their monoblock, we are losing the cooling on that chip and according to Raja here, it NEEDS to be cooled in some way. Ek has released the monoblock for pre-order and the manual for installing it, but no where in that manual is anything that acknowledges the 10G chip issue.

    For EK it would be very simple to give us a $5 dollar aluminum plate, with a thermal pad that can screw into the area over the 10g chip but so far nothing concrete has been forthcoming from EK.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WonderSausage View Post
    Just got email notification from Amazon that the Extreme I ordered on 9/15 for 9/25 delivery has been postponed to 10/6
    I had placed my order on 17/9 and it showed expected shipping 25/9 and delivery 26-28. I haven't received any notifications yet. My order now shows "Shipping Now". Did your order show expected shipping 25/9 and what was your delivery date. How long did it show "Shipping Now" before it was pushed back. If 25 was your shipping date what was your delivery date showing.

    Overclocker.co.uk had it in stock and they ship worldwide express. I talked to Amazon customer service and they said there's no way they can confirm if the board will be shipped on time. They just saw what I saw.

    I'm kinda stuck whether I should cancel Amazon's and order from UK. Next week is my vacation and I've already passed 2 vacations without being able to built my PC. If I can't get for next week then I can't get a chance until Christmas. I doubt if it will be easily available before Christmas anyways

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    ROG Guru: Brown Belt Array Brighttail PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveCole View Post
    I had placed my order on 17/9 and it showed expected shipping 25/9 and delivery 26-28. I haven't received any notifications yet. My order now shows "Shipping Now". Did your order show expected shipping 25/9 and what was your delivery date. How long did it show "Shipping Now" before it was pushed back. If 25 was your shipping date what was your delivery date showing.

    Overclocker.co.uk had it in stock and they ship worldwide express. I talked to Amazon customer service and they said there's no way they can confirm if the board will be shipped on time. They just saw what I saw.

    I'm kinda stuck whether I should cancel Amazon's and order from UK. Next week is my vacation and I've already passed 2 vacations without being able to built my PC. If I can't get for next week then I can't get a chance until Christmas. I doubt if it will be easily available before Christmas anyways
    I got mine through Amazon.com and I've already been told it has been shipped with an arrival date of Friday. So far no additional notifications.
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    Newegg had them in stock for all about 5 minutes before they were sold out. Missed out on one!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackleo View Post
    Be aware extreme beautiful Armor scratch and pins! already RMA !Click image for larger version. 

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    That armor scratch needs to be replaced. But a slightly bent pin on a mobo header can easily be straightened out without any issue, unless the CPU socket has bent pins. So if you just had the slightly bent header pin, that is no big deal, easily fixed, and not worth RMA'ing and waiting at the back of the supply line again.

    I noticed that your plastic wrap is completely removed from the PCIe armor. I would suggest to everyone to keep the plastic wrap attached on the PCIe armor and I/O cover until you have fully installed your mobo, and finished your leak tests if you are water-cooling. So the very last step of your PC build should be peeling off the plastic wraps on the mobo and, if you are using a new case, the plastic wraps on the glass/acrylic panes on your case. The plastic on my I/O cover was curling up on my mobos and I taped them back down. You can partially peel off the plastic to look for defects, but then press the plastic wrap back on, and don't entirely remove it until after the mobo is installed and your loop is leak-tested.

    Despite Asus referring to it as "armor", it is actually very soft plastic that is used on the PCIe and I/O covers. So the vacuum-sputtering of the indium to give the silver coating added a lot of cost to the R6E, but the plastic that was used is quite soft and cheap.

    And even after you have installed the mobo, you need to be careful when working around the "armor" covers because there will always be a chance of scratching that soft plastic, especially if you do not keep your fingernails completely trimmed back.
    Last edited by DragonPurr; 09-26-2017 at 04:57 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DragonPurr View Post
    That armor scratch needs to be replaced. But a slightly bent pin on a mobo header can easily be straightened out without any issue, unless the CPU socket has bent pins. So if you just had the slightly bent header pin, that is no big deal, easily fixed, and not worth RMA'ing and waiting at the back of the supply line again.

    I noticed that your plastic wrap is completely removed from the PCIe armor. I would suggest to everyone to keep the plastic wrap attached on the PCIe armor and I/O cover until you have fully installed your mobo, and finished your leak tests if you are water-cooling. So the very last step of your PC build should be peeling off the plastic wraps on the mobo and, if you are using a new case, the plastic wraps on the glass/acrylic panes on your case. The plastic on my I/O cover was curling up on my mobos and I taped them back down. You can partially peel off the plastic to look for defects, but then press the plastic wrap back on, and don't entirely remove it until after the mobo is installed and your loop is leak-tested.

    Despite Asus referring to it as "armor", it is actually very soft plastic that is used on the PCIe and I/O covers. So the vacuum-sputtering of the indium to give the silver coating added a lot of cost to the R6E, but the plastic that was used is quite soft and cheap.

    And even after you have installed the mobo, you need to be careful when working around the "armor" covers because there will always be a chance of scratching that soft plastic, especially if you do not keep your fingernails completely trimmed back.
    so that's why I RMA! because when I received my motherboard today, there's no any plastic wrap on my armor,( I live in uk and I bought from scan computer! so I think its not brand new! those guys just finish their preorder mission ! )never buy things from scan anymore and RMA immediately in same day, another one from overclockers UK, hope good luck to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brighttail View Post
    There isn't a problem with the 10G chip nor with the heatsink Asus has provided. The problem is with the EK monoblock. To install it you have to take off the VRM heatsink, which is connected to the I/O assembly via a heatpipe. On the Rampage 6 Extreme, this heatpipe COOLS the 10G chip. So if you have to remove the heatsink and the heatpipe to install the monoblock, the 10G chip no longer has any active/passive cooling.

    Asus made EK aware of this issue and we have been trying for a while to get EK to tell us what is their solution. If we use their monoblock, we are losing the cooling on that chip and according to Raja here, it NEEDS to be cooled in some way. Ek has released the monoblock for pre-order and the manual for installing it, but no where in that manual is anything that acknowledges the 10G chip issue.

    For EK it would be very simple to give us a $5 dollar aluminum plate, with a thermal pad that can screw into the area over the 10g chip but so far nothing concrete has been forthcoming from EK.

    Ah Okay,
    I just ordered my Bits so I'm happy!
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