X99 on mITX: ASRock X99E-itx/ac

Discussion in 'Small Form Factor Systems' started by Phuncz, Mar 13, 2015.

  1. blazethelight

    blazethelight n00b

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    @ Blue Fox: Do you have the
    equipment of the board?

    The planning components arrived next time:
    - Your mobo if later avaible
    - Dynatron T318 & Noctua NF-A9x14
    - Intel Xeon E5-2630v4 ES (only 85 W TPD)
    - 2x Kingston 32 GB 2133 MHz DDR4 reg. ECC @ EK Dominator passive
    - Maybe next time a PNY XLR8 CS3030 M.2 NVMe SSD 2TB
    - Corsair SF750 80 PLUS Platinum

    Thanks.
     
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  2. sdfewfe

    sdfewfe [H]Lite

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    Dynatron T318 with a Noctua A9x14 ziptied to it is the standard option for X99 in the Dan A4. I still have a T318 lying around that I don't need anymore, in case you can't find it easily available.

    edit: Oh, didn't see that there was another page and you already figured it out. Still, offer stands in case you can't find one easily.
     
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  3. blazethelight

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    Thanks for your offer. I am from germany.
    I have to see if the article is already legally binding.

    I would like to come back to you then : )
     
  4. Blue Fox

    Blue Fox [H]ardForum Junkie

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    I have the box with all the original accessories if that's what you're asking. Did you mean CPU/RAM as well?
     
  5. blazethelight

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    That's more like fine with box & original accessories.

    I doesn't know, that you offer me others as the board.

    Which Ram & CPU you have?
     
  6. Blue Fox

    Blue Fox [H]ardForum Junkie

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    Xeon E5-2618L v3 and 2 x Samsung M392A4K40BM0. I got VLP RAM so that it wouldn't interfere with any heatsinks.
     
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  7. blazethelight

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    It's a very good package / combination.

    You have 2x32 GB Ram?

    The buyed Ram is compatible for my big workstation. The buyed CPU is an ES and was cheap. Maybe I sell it later again.

    If your price for the components are good, I take them all.

    But the ram (if the size is 64 GB) & board definitely yes.

    Which case & cooling you have with this components?

    What are the rules for can do private message & marketplace?
     
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  8. QuantumBraced

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    Someone on reddit found a used X99E-itx/ac on facebook marketplace (which I didn't even know was a thing) for $20. Made me a little upset. :D

    Found this on Facebook marketplace for $20...

    To think I paid $250 for mine 3 years ago. It's still a pretty high-end board. I'll upgrade to a 6950X when they get down to $300, that will give it a few more years of useful life. $20 is insane, some idiot didn't know what it was worth.
     
  9. Blue Fox

    Blue Fox [H]ardForum Junkie

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    Yeah, I have 2 x 32GB. I'm using an NCASE M1 and a Noctua NH-U9DXi4 cooler. You need 100 posts for PMs (don't spam your way to it). Send me a message here and we can figure something out: https://www.heatware.com/u/33115
     
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  10. DaHans

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    Don't know if its solved now but keep in mind:
    https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/...03-disables-my-cpu-overclock-i7-6950x.256450/
     
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  11. blazethelight

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    Has anyone a idea to buy two heatspreader for 2x VLP DDR4 Sticks like this?
    https://www.taiwantrade.com/product/stamping-aluminum-hard-drive-heat-sink-dimm-1110919.html
    http://www.memorypack.com.tw/dram memory module heat sinks heat spreader ddr3 ddr2 ddr1 sdr long dimm so dimm vlp dimm vlp so dimm vlp mini dimm micro dimm fb dimm sun module.htm
    I like the design & the protection.
    There is no need for better cooling.


    Or maybe there are still heatspreader exist onto the Samsung M392A4K40BM0 ?
     
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  12. Blue Fox

    Blue Fox [H]ardForum Junkie

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    If you're talking about my RAM, it already has heat spreaders. Samsung sells them that way.
     
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  13. Neapolitan6th

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  14. blazethelight

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    It's possible, that's wonderfully, with which part number its possible to achieve 128 GB /256 GB DDR4 reg. ECC RDIMMs or LRDIMMs?
    We need a special bios version too?

    I had buyed the ASRock X99E-ITX & Intel Xeon E5-2618L v3 of Bluefox (thanks again for the deal) ... Now i want to buy the most possible ram of two sticks for VMware.

    Big thanks for help / information.

    PS. The only available Sticks, that I have found are https://geizhals.eu/samsung-rdimm-64gb-m393a8g40mb2-ctd-a2058566.html
     
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  15. blazethelight

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    For luck (don´t know if the board has the support) i buyed today SK Hynix 256 GB (2x 128GB) RDIMM DDR4-2666MHz, reg. ECC (HMABAGR7A4R4N-VN) Sticks in ebay.

    First of all, some older pics of the current setup with 2x 32 GB reg. 2133 MHz RDIMMs (borrow of my big WS):

    Optic:
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    Temps:
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  16. blazethelight

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    Okay guys.

    It's done. An M-ITX Motherboard of 2014 with funcional 256 GB of ram...

    The actuall running memtest could be had elapsed two days...
     

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  17. pendragon1

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  18. Bjoern

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    Hello
    I got the "EK Supremacy ILM Narrow Mounting plate" and thought about the dimensions and so on.
    I compared your picture regarding cutting and planing and the conclusion, with my measurements, is that the drilled holes for should be milled 3mm to fit.
    Is that true with your observations?

    If you send me your E-mail, I'll show you what I mean ( I´m got no URL-).

    Bjoern

    Edit: See copper-plate, you´ll see that distance between screw-holes is 54mm square, hence
    must be accommodated up to a distance of 54mm.
     

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  19. pedrofan

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    I have swapped my thermalright TY-100 fan for a NF-A9x14 CHROMAX on my asetek AIO liquid cooler and my corsair sf600 power supply. They may look the same as the regular NF-A9x14 but the results are ASTONISHING.

    - It has the same quiet operation.
    - Its max RPM is faster than the regular brown NF-A9x14 PWM (2200rpm vs 2500), so it is a lot better for cpu cooling.
    - It is black, so it looks a lot more elegant than the brown one.
    - It handles my 22 cores xeon e5-2696 V4 like a charm, a lot better and quietter than my old thermalright ty100 fan, max temps while rendering are 76º with all cores on turbo. This is a 155w TDP so I’m very impressed!!!

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    (the fan in the power supply is a noctua chromax, i swapped the sticker with the original fan)

    If you are going to upgrade the fan I can only recommend it!
     
  20. ///AMG

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    that’s interesting. I probably would take the time to do it if I wasn’t planning on upgrading to threadripper.
     
  21. darrpara

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    My Mobo died last night! Ram checks out, CPU checks out and psu checks out. Onward to Ryzen for me I guess
     
  22. pendragon1

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    you try a new cmos battery and a good cmos clearing?
     
  23. darrpara

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    Yep! No dice there. I'll probably buy a atx Mobo and use the components to make it a Plex server. I'm moving to a 3700x or 3800x based system for my Ncase.
     
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