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    Mosfet waterblocks for Sabertooth?

    Is there any eta for mosfet block for this board? would love to get those power phases little cooler
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    have you tried to see if any of koolance's universal will line up?

    http://www.koolance.com/water-coolin...p?cPath=29_108

    If one does line up, all you need is the associated block.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NaeKuh View Post
    have you tried to see if any of koolance's universal will line up?

    http://www.koolance.com/water-coolin...p?cPath=29_108

    If one does line up, all you need is the associated block.
    Good info, only thing is that i cannot remove those heatsinks to take measurement as the rig is 24/7 use
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mobsters View Post
    Good info, only thing is that i cannot remove those heatsinks to take measurement as the rig is 24/7 use
    Measure from the pegs on the back (or can you not access that either?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by m0r7if3r View Post
    Measure from the pegs on the back (or can you not access that either?)
    This is something I've been wondering myself as I cannot find any pictures of the Sabertooth's backside.

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    http://www.newegg.com/Product/ImageG...%20Motherboard

    there's no reference for size though...maybe if you get some REALLY precise measurements of the socket or something, but then you still need a board to measure on

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    Quote Originally Posted by m0r7if3r View Post
    Measure from the pegs on the back (or can you not access that either?)
    No access to that either as MB is in case and no holes in motherboard tray
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    Lucky I haven't put mine in yet! 90mm and 105mm from hole to hole. They are not directly in line with the centre of the heatsink though. Not sure if the blocks are all built like that or not though. Might not even be worth watercooling the mosfets because you will need air blowing on the board anyways with the armour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 421rgt View Post
    Lucky I haven't put mine in yet! 90mm and 105mm from hole to hole. They are not directly in line with the centre of the heatsink though. Not sure if the blocks are all built like that or not though. Might not even be worth watercooling the mosfets because you will need air blowing on the board anyways with the armour.
    http://www.koolance.com/product_wizard/mvr_help.php

    True, if you use air cooler on cpu, but if you use water...no air blowing mosfets as that tiny 50x50x10 fan wont reach there

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    Mobsters: maybe directly not blowing, yes, but in average LC sys with internally mounted rads there often is enough cross case airflow anyway. Who cares if that airflow passes LC rads, not air coolers? I'd say that in several LC builds such airflow might be even more then in average air cooling build ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by churchy View Post
    Mobsters: maybe directly not blowing, yes, but in average LC sys with internally mounted rads there often is enough cross case airflow anyway. Who cares if that airflow passes LC rads, not air coolers? I'd say that in several LC builds such airflow might be even more then in average air cooling build ..
    Also true, but still there is systems with radbox, extrenal mounted rads etc systems that wont get any gain from that extra airflow. And my system just happens to be like that(bad airflow inside case)
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    Quote Originally Posted by churchy View Post
    ? I'd say that in several LC builds such airflow might be even more then in average air cooling build ..
    what i cant hear you over my san aces roaring in the background..



    but yeah churchy is right... typical LC systems have way more fans then a normal air system.
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    And BTW, in this particular board i'd leave that small cooler in place anyway, or would remove that armor thingy. From the pics it seems that cross case airflow will cool heatsinks on mosfets just fine, but i have my doubts for mirriad of other small elements hidden behind that blingy looking but imho doing more bad then good "armor".

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    Case airflow from the rad fans should be sufficient to cool the VRMs. So long as you don't have a case that separates the rads from the rest of the case (a la TJ-07). And even then, the rear (or top on a TJ-07) exhaust on your case will be fine.
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    EK is working on a MOSFET waterblock prototype for ASUS Sabertooth P67. Anyone interested?

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    tiborrr: i wonder - why not make some waterblock line-up consisting of big variety of mosfet waterblocks of different length (with length step eg. at 5mm).
    - so no redesign/custom design needed for when whatever subsequent new motherboard will be released, just database of compatibility as to which blocks for which motherboard. With share of luck some of old mosfet waterblocks might work on new/other motherboard later on as well.
    Some of such waterblocks maybe can be used for cooling gpu's mosfets too together with universal gpu wb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiborrr View Post
    EK is working on a MOSFET waterblock prototype for ASUS Sabertooth P67. Anyone interested?

    Me, i asked mosfets waterblocks through the cooling configurator two days ago...
    Last edited by Unrealer; 05-11-2011 at 09:10 AM.






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    Z68 now come

    problem for water cooling again
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    kroks: yup, same idea.

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    Don't worry about Z68 chipset. I'm pretty sure ASUS will come out with Z68 version of this motherboard. The same story as with Maximus IV Extreme-Z which is physically the same as Maximus IV Extreme, therefore can adopt EK-FB ASUS Max4 Extreme water block.

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    Do u do a set for the Asus Sabertooth X58 i really would like one. i could cook a full English on mine atm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mlwood37 View Post
    Do u do a set for the Asus Sabertooth X58 i really would like one. i could cook a full English on mine atm.
    Unfortunatelly not: http://coolingconfigurator.com/step1...ist?mb_mbs=303

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