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Old 08-03-2017, 04:40 PM
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Arrow No, the H100iGTX is Asetek

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So since I have a H100i GTX I guess I'm out of luck.
No, the H100iGTX is Asetek
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Old 08-03-2017, 05:01 PM
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Default Cooling for ThreadRipper

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threadripper chips comes with an asertek (spelling?) bracket in the box for aio units.
Sorry dude but unless you're trying to be funny, it is ASETEK; the spelling is correct. See http://www.asetek.com/

This Ryzen technology is over 6 months old and has matured quickly. Ryzen 3, 5, 7, and now ThreadRipper (not sure why they removed the 9). I am definitely getting it next week and can't wait to do so. I can multitask so much more than my current system. I don't know how many times now that I pegged my current CPU as well as the memory at 100%. Now, with 16 cores and 32 threads (and 32GB of memory), it will never happen again. I just can't wait for this to happen.

However, it won't be built if I can't find the right cooling for it; that's for sure. That's why it's great to have this discussion group.

Cheers....
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Old 08-03-2017, 08:41 PM
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Sorry dude but unless you're trying to be funny, it is ASETEK; the spelling is correct. See http://www.asetek.com/

This Ryzen technology is over 6 months old and has matured quickly. Ryzen 3, 5, 7, and now ThreadRipper (not sure why they removed the 9). I am definitely getting it next week and can't wait to do so. I can multitask so much more than my current system. I don't know how many times now that I pegged my current CPU as well as the memory at 100%. Now, with 16 cores and 32 threads (and 32GB of memory), it will never happen again. I just can't wait for this to happen.

However, it won't be built if I can't find the right cooling for it; that's for sure. That's why it's great to have this discussion group.

Cheers....
nah wasn't trying to be funny i'd just heard the name on u-tube vid about unboxing the threadripper chips, I get what you mean about the upgrade but for me personally despite having a first generation fx8350 I prefer to wait until theres a lot more choice in the mobo side of things (because more choice generally means cheaper) heck I only just found out how ot get my 1866 ram to actually run at 1866 on my sabretooth 990fx r2.0 mobo (every time I tried before it wouldn't go past 1600 and then dropped back to 1337 after a shutdown) hopefully now it will stick and maybe I cant push a decent overclock on this cpu (its been running at 4.1/4.2GHz since I got it, cos wasn't any point pushing the cpu if the ram wouldn't work ....) but yeah its good news there shoving the aio bracket in the box along with the torque screwdriver for the cpu, shame they didn't do the same with the am4's would of saved a lot of agro for them and probably increased sales as well /
actually when TR hits the market I'm sorta hoping to see the r7 1800x drop in price a bit, through I doubt it what with all the damn miners
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Old 08-10-2017, 05:49 PM
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Default ThreadRipper Cooling

I will be getting my ThreadRipper CPU tomorrow; not sure when I'll get the motherboard since Newegg still hasn't got any inventory for the ASUS board - maybe tomorrow. However, I decided just to utilize the ASETEK cooling bracket that comes with the CPU. I purchased a Corsair H115i since I believe that is the best cooler that fits the Corsair 750D case (and "should" properly cool this CPU). I also watched the YouTube video from Gamers Nexus demonstrating the best ways to apply the thermal paste for ThreadRipper. Great video! You should watch it if you have time.

Does Corsair have any news? ThreadRipper was released today. Is using the ASETEK bracket the best way to cool this CPU or are they planning on something different? I would prefer to know sooner than later since I haven't unboxed the H115i yet and if they have something else in mind that would cool ThreadRipper even better, it would be great to know now so I can purchase that ThreadRipper cooler and return the H115i.

Is anyone from Corsair listening / reading?
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Old 08-10-2017, 07:16 PM
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Thumbs up The H115i worked well on an ASUS Zenith Extreme

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I purchased a Corsair H115i
I was testing SIV on an ASUS Zenith Extreme + AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X 16-Core (Naples) with an H115i and it worked well, see http://forum.corsair.com/forums/showthread.php?p=915401

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Old 08-11-2017, 07:42 AM
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Default Cooling for ThreadRipper with H115i

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The H115i worked well on an ASUS Zenith Extreme
I was testing SIV on an ASUS Zenith Extreme + AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X 16-Core (Naples) with an H115i and it worked well, see http://forum.corsair.com/forums/showthread.php?p=915401
Thank you so much for sending this information to me. I feel much better now knowing that the H115i will work very well with ThreadRipper. I have no need to return it now. Much appreciated. Yehhhh.
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Old 08-19-2017, 01:36 PM
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Why 110i is not compatible? Technical reason?
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Old 08-19-2017, 01:51 PM
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Why 110i is not compatible? Technical reason?
The Corsair H110i cooler has a slightly different mounting bracket attached to the pump than other ASETEK coolers. The included ASETEK mounting bracket that comes with the ThreadRipper processor is for ASETEK coolers only.

You can see all the coolers that are compatible with ASETEK at the following URL: http://www.asetek.com/desktop/do-it-yourself/ as well as the official list from AMD: https://www.amd.com/en/thermal-solutions-threadripper. There is also additional information and a blog for asking AMD and other BLOG members at https://community.amd.com/community/...readripper-cpu.

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Old 08-20-2017, 07:56 AM
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Damn, bad luck. I plan to upgrade my workstation to threadripper and I have the only one incompatible :(
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So since I have a H100i GTX I guess I'm out of luck.
I've got the same situation. Since the H100i GTX is pretty much identical to the H100i V2 why won't it work? Anyone try?
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