Coffee Time On The Aorus Xtreme Watercooled X390 Board

Source: Modders Inc Coffee Time On The Aorus Xtreme Watercooled X390 Board

Worthy Of The Name Xtreme Waterforce

Modders-Inc recently gave the Gigabyte Aorus Xtreme Waterforce Z390 board a proper testing, to see if the integrated watercooling is worth the $550 price tag.  In order to see what this board could do, they hooked up an XSPC D5 Photon 270 reservoir and pump combo and a 360 x 60 mm EK radiator in a push-pull configuration, with EK Vadar Fans to provide airflow.  The i9-9900K on this board would happily reach and maintain 5.2GHz at 66°C on the AIDA64 CPU Stability Test and while it did approach 90°C during the FPU test it maintained 5.0GHz without backing off.

There is more to this board than just the thermals, check out the various extras like the 32-bit, 192KHz ESS Sabre reference DAC, TI Burr-Brown Audio OP Amps for headphones, and of course a little RGB Fusion 2.0.

This included the Aorus Xtreme Waterforce. The Aorus line up replaced their very popular G1-Gaming line and was previously designated for Gigabytes high-end laptop line up. With each generation since the Aorus line up has …

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Jeremy Hellstrom

Call it K7M.com, AMDMB.com, or PC Perspective, Jeremy has been hanging out and then working with the gang here for years. Apart from the front page you might find him on the BOINC Forums or possibly the Fraggin' Frogs if he has the time.

Coffee Time On The Aorus Xtreme Watercooled X390 Board

Source: Modders Inc Coffee Time On The Aorus Xtreme Watercooled X390 Board

Worthy Of The Name Xtreme Waterforce

Modders-Inc recently gave the Gigabyte Aorus Xtreme Waterforce Z390 board a proper testing, to see if the integrated watercooling is worth the $550 price tag.  In order to see what this board could do, they hooked up an XSPC D5 Photon 270 reservoir and pump combo and a 360 x 60 mm EK radiator in a push-pull configuration, with EK Vadar Fans to provide airflow.  The i9-9900K on this board would happily reach and maintain 5.2GHz at 66°C on the AIDA64 CPU Stability Test and while it did approach 90°C during the FPU test it maintained 5.0GHz without backing off.

There is more to this board than just the thermals, check out the various extras like the 32-bit, 192KHz ESS Sabre reference DAC, TI Burr-Brown Audio OP Amps for headphones, and of course a little RGB Fusion 2.0.

This included the Aorus Xtreme Waterforce. The Aorus line up replaced their very popular G1-Gaming line and was previously designated for Gigabytes high-end laptop line up. With each generation since the Aorus line up has …

Video News

About The Author

Jeremy Hellstrom

Call it K7M.com, AMDMB.com, or PC Perspective, Jeremy has been hanging out and then working with the gang here for years. Apart from the front page you might find him on the BOINC Forums or possibly the Fraggin' Frogs if he has the time.

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