Fullcover Waterblock for the Asus Maximus V Formula

Fullcover Waterblock for the Asus Maximus V Formula
Posted by: Bl4d3Runn3r
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Status: New | feb 1, 2013
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Please create a Fullcover Waterblock for the Maximus V Formula or sell the Mosfetcooler seperatly, the southbridgecooler is not very useable if you use a Dual GPU Config and you need additional fittings and tubing for it and it looks not as cool as a fullcover.
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Sveinung Tørresdal
Posted: feb 1, 2013
Posted by: Sveinung Tørresdal
I suspect that what you really want here is for the chipset-cooler to extend above the PCI slots, with the ports in a position where they won't be obstructed by the graphics cards.

Is this correct? If yes, I do think that is something EK should look into.
Bl4d3Runn3r
Posted: feb 2, 2013
Posted by: Bl4d3Runn3r
No, i only want a cooler that covers the the southbridge and the mosfets, so i don´t need extra tubing and extra fittings and it looks much better as you can see by the cooler for the Maximus V Extreme. I want exactly the same for the Formula.
Eddy_EK
Posted: feb 3, 2013
Posted by: Eddy_EK
Hi Bl4d3Runn3r I understand, but if we made only block for the mosfets, peope would be comming after us why didn't we made the PCH (SB) block. So we decided for the uptimate solution, although it may not work with multiple cards, or you need to use smaller fitttings.
Sveinung Tørresdal
Posted: feb 3, 2013
Posted by: Sveinung Tørresdal
It took me a lot of looks at the pictures of the built set, but I think you'd require non-watercooled graphics cards for it to not work with most fittings. The chipset in- and outlet appears to dodge the graphics cards as long as they don't require three slots.
Bl4d3Runn3r
Posted: mar 14, 2013
Posted by: Bl4d3Runn3r
Hey Eddy,

i just need the mosfet block, is it possible to get one without the circles in clear acryl?
Bl4d3Runn3r
Posted: apr 7, 2013
Posted by: Bl4d3Runn3r
Ok, i bought the CSQ Block now. Looks not as bad as i thought. :)

sindree
Posted: sep 27, 2013
Posted by: sindree
so you want a northbridge/mosfet and south bridge(chipset) cooler in one?, this depends on the layout of the board, some boards aren't able to have such full board WBs as there isn't a clear path from the upper parts to the south bridge, and generally the south bridge isn't required to have a WB as the standard cooler is sufficient, so if ek haven't already done it, then that is probably the reason for it.
Joe
Posted: okt 1, 2013
Posted by: Joe
Where there's a will, there's a way.

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