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Old 18-07-20, 04:12 PM
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I finished it up late this morning, it went together by the numbers including mounting the CPU block (some reviewers had expressed they had issue with this); I'll post some glamour pics up in the coming days - it's to nice a day to be cocooned inside and there is more cold beer waiting to drink





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Old 18-07-20, 06:20 PM
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I love the fact that all the builds popping up... not a single one is an intel 10th Gen processor

Almost makes them a rare item.
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Old 18-07-20, 08:02 PM
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So clean. Simply gorgeous. Well done.

I would also put duct tape around the radiator on top to prevent hot air recirculating.
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Old 19-07-20, 03:22 PM
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I love the fact that all the builds popping up... not a single one is an intel 10th Gen processor

Almost makes them a rare item.
I can't think why @Warchild can you?

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So clean. Simply gorgeous. Well done.

I would also put duct tape around the radiator on top to prevent hot air recirculating.
Thank you for the kind words @Avet, really appreciated

I'll certainly give the duct tape suggestion a try, nothing ventured, nothing gained - overall though, the new fan config/CLC change has seen drops of CPU/GPU temps by as much as 6°C
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A 24 hour test (just over 25 hours in point of fact) to monitor CPU, GPU and system temperatures; I've also included the CPU performance for the same period (3900x).

I gave my rig a proper kicking (so to speak) in this period to see how the cooling held up, ambient temps were as high as 26°C at one point.









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Old 20-07-20, 12:20 PM
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I would go with higher Memory clocks. 3200 CL 14 is good for Intel. But with AMD I would go with 3600 or 3800 with tight timings and also adequately adjust Infinity fabric etc.
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I would go with higher Memory clocks. 3200 CL 14 is good for Intel. But with AMD I would go with 3600 or 3800 with tight timings and also adequately adjust Infinity fabric etc.
3600 is a pretty good spot for AMD in my experience, especially if youre willing to work on the timings yourself.
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Old 20-07-20, 03:25 PM
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I would go with higher Memory clocks. 3200 CL 14 is good for Intel. But with AMD I would go with 3600 or 3800 with tight timings and also adequately adjust Infinity fabric etc.
@Avet, I use a 3200 CL14 1T profile for gaming and a 3600 14 16 16 16 1T profile for productivity

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3600 is a pretty good spot for AMD in my experience, especially if youre willing to work on the timings yourself.
@TTL, I'm still working on optimising both my 3200 and 3600 profile timings, I agree 3600 seems to be the sweet spot in general however.

Secondly, it was your very own review which prompted my purchase of the Gigabyte X570 Aorus Master Guv, it truly is an amazing Motherboard
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Old 25-07-20, 06:37 PM
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Here are the pictures of the wee beast in it's natural habitat (one week later)








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Old 27-07-20, 08:28 AM
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And lastly, some pics I took of it's predecessor after a thorough strip down and cleanup; it's now boxed for a rainy day - I just thought I'd add these as they show the detail of the custom front and interior modifications.






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