Alpha Bond

Socket 1150 issue ?

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Alpha Bond    0

Hello MasterLiquid 240 Owners,

 

i have a issue with my motherboard(Asus H97-PLUS), the only way to mount is to turn it 180 ° as you can see on the picture.

 

If I put the block in the position where it will have to be the pipes pressed on the ram ( G.Skill Extreme3 Ripjaws X DDR3 4 Go 1600 MHz CAS 9), if I force maybe I can install it but it will be dangerous, the first ram will arched and I will not be able to remove it or put it back without risk.

So i mounted that way as you can see :)

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Edited by Alpha Bond
October 2, 2017: change title

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Mohd Noh    177

Welcome to CM forum,

Nah Alpha , you can see my ML 240 with dual Kingston RAMS

You socket is 1150 or 1550 ? If 1150 i believe you can mount like my picture below .

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And below is my specs for RAMS

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Alpha Bond    0
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Hi, thank you !


Yes 1150, not 1550 sorry i gone to edit my title :/
I can't mount it that way, now with your picture i see what is the problem... On your motherboard you have a space between the heatsink area of the LGA1150 socket and the first DIMM socket. On my motherboard i have maybe 1 or 2 mm but not the space that you have as you can see on the picture :

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General view of both motherboard :

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I Can't find the datasheet with all the quotations of my ram (GSkill F3-12800CL9D-8GBXL ) and of my motherboard but my ram have the same thickness of the DIMM socket on my motherboard.

 

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Mohd Noh    177

Nah i get it by what you mean , my board have got some space . Did you have problem with the temp ?

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Alpha Bond    0

At  stock clock/voltage on  my i5 4670K no problem, in stress test it go 74°C max.

In OC  4.5Ghz :  in idle 50°C at 28°C of ambient temperature, in stress test  90°C and some core hit 100°C.

I think i'm going to move some fans on my case, disassembly everything, clean and  change the thermal paste and test again.

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Mohd Noh    177
11 hours ago, Alpha Bond said:

At  stock clock/voltage on  my i5 4670K no problem, in stress test it go 74°C max.

In OC  4.5Ghz :  in idle 50°C at 28°C of ambient temperature, in stress test  90°C and some core hit 100°C.

I think i'm going to move some fans on my case, disassembly everything, clean and  change the thermal paste and test again.

Nice , i`m not OC my system but Idle 25-30c loaded at 50-60c but now just play Noob Game well load at 40-49c hehe :)

 

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