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    In-line/series pumps?

    I built a new 7700K system with misc. parts I had sitting around. Here are the parts I am using: GA-Z270X-Gaming 9 7700K (Edit- CPU is *not* de-lidded at this point. Delidder has arrived, but not had time to do yet). Corsair Vengence LPX 32GB Kit- 4000MHz (Only using 16GB currently as I...
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    7700K @ 5GHz: Its working, but need some help

    I built a new 7700K system with misc. parts I had sitting around. I originally intended to use it for gaming. Here are the parts I am using: GA-Z270X-Gaming 9 7700K (Edit- CPU is *not* de-lidded at this point. Delidder is on the way though). Corsair Vengence LPX 32GB Kit- 4000MHz (Only using...
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    New 1950x build... and I went all out...

    I decided to throw caution to the wind and went all out on a new Threadripper system. Here is what I ordered (and already had on hand): 1) AMD Threadripper 1950x 2) ASUS ROG Zenith Extreme 3) 128 GB CORSAIR Vengence LPX DDR4 3000 4) EK Supremacy FullNK Water Block 5) Alphacool Eiszeit 2000...
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    Intel P3608 1.6TB vs. Amfeltec 4x 1TB 960 Pro

    I have an Intel P3608 1.6 TB in my home workstation. Not sure why I really did this, but decided to try out the Squid from Amfeltec and put 4 1TB Samsung 960 Pro NVME drives on there and do a comparison. Though I would share the results: P3608 Amfeltec: Anyone have comparison numbers to...
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    Help with Intel P3608 NVME PCIE- Wont detect in RSTe

    Originally had this over in the motherboard section, but not getting any help so figured I would plop it over here. I have an MSI X99S Gaming 9 AC motherboard with an Intel P3608 PCIE NVME drive. The 3608 is technically two 800GB Intel 750 series drives on the same board and requires a RAID 0...
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    P3608 wont detect in RSTe on MSI X99S GAMING 9 AC

    Hey Everyone, I have an MSI X99S Gaming 9 AC motherboard with an Intel P3608 PCIE NVME drive. The 3608 is technically two 800GB Intel 750 series drives on the same board and requires a RAID 0 setup in order to get the full performance and capacity out of the single drive. In order to do this...
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