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ROG Rampage VI Extreme Encore

LiveOrDie
Level 11
ASUS today launched the Republic of Gamers (ROG) Rampage VI Extreme Encore socket LGA2066 motherboard. This board replaces the original ROG Rampage VI Extreme from the product-stack, but is positioned a notch below the Extreme Omega. It still has a beefy EATX PCB, but with slight variations to the layout. A few features such as the U.2 port are removed, while some of the connectivity options receive major updates. To begin with, the Extreme Encore features Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) WLAN (the Extreme Omega has the older 802.11ac standard). The Extreme Encore also features a 20 Gbps USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 port, which combines 10 Gbps wiring from two ports to a single port. The wired networking is unchanged, with a 10 GbE interface driven by an Aquantia controller, and a 1 GbE driven by an Intel i219-V.

ASUS also reworked the CPU VRM compared to the original Rampage VI Extreme. The new Extreme Encore features a 16-phase CPU VRM with Infineon TDA21472 power-stages, and a large fan-heatsink with more surface-area than even the heatsink featured on the Extreme Omega. The memory VRM is a 4-phase (2+2 phase) setup. The expansion slot area has been made a little more usable, with x16, space, x4, x16, space x16, compared to the x16, double-space, x16, x4, x16 layout of the Extreme Omega. The Extreme Encore features the latest ROG design scheme, with even more acrylic aRGB diffusers. The rest of the board's feature-set is identical to that of the Extreme Omega. The ROG Rampage VI Extreme Encore is expected to be priced at USD $649.99.

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vmanuelgm wrote:
Asked u at OC.NET, do u have the flat version???

Is the block compatible with Direct Die's???


Hi,
No just the normal optimus foundation copper plexi same as the little image on the test screen shot.
https://www.overclock.net/forum/61-water-cooling/1733810-optimus-waterblock-59.html#post28261118

9940x sure isn't flat and it's not worth flushing 3 year intel warranty to make it flat
I'm on my 3rd 9940x

1st out and out died on cold startup at 4.2 otherwise it was good little less than 10c difference between core temps.
Second had 20c difference in core temps at 4.5 all core at 1.24v which is the voltage I really use for 4.8 avx offset 3.
Third is doing good at a little less than 10c difference in core temps.

I have no idea about direct die you'd have to ask Optimus WC on ocn but I think it is.
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ThrashZone wrote:
Hi,
No just the normal optimus foundation copper plexi same as the little image on the test screen shot.
https://www.overclock.net/forum/61-water-cooling/1733810-optimus-waterblock-59.html#post28261118

9940x sure isn't flat and it's not worth flushing 3 year intel warranty to make it flat
I'm on my 3rd 9940x

1st out and out died on cold startup at 4.2 otherwise it was good little less than 10c difference between core temps.
Second had 20c difference in core temps at 4.5 all core at 1.24v which is the voltage I really use for 4.8 avx offset 3.
Third is doing good at a little less than 10c difference in core temps.

I have no idea about direct die you'd have to ask Optimus WC on ocn but I think it is.


U use Direct Die??? The Die's are not flat, but a flatter block will help a bit in having a better contact with Die.

And yep, they directly say in their web proxe is compatible with liquid metal and direct die.
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Yeah i have the Signature V2 from optimus, i bought the raw copper standard intel setup and it works great, just have to remember to use the block with the optimus signature stamp either on top or bottom and not either side when installing on the board.

tistou77
Level 13
For those who put this Encore in a case, unable to put the graphics card on the 1st slot of the case (but on the 2nd), doesn't that sound weird ?
If you have photos to share 😄
Sorry for my english 😄


Case: Lian Li A77F
MB: Rampage VI Extreme Encore
CPU: i9 10980XE
RAM: G.Skill Trident Z RGB Royal 4x8Gb @4000 C16
GPU: EVGA RTX 2080ti XC Ultra
PSU: Seasonic Prime Ultra Titanium 1000W
OS: Intel Optane 905P PCIe
DATA: Samsung 980 Pro
SOUND: Asus Xonar Phoebus

tistou77 wrote:
For those who put this Encore in a case, unable to put the graphics card on the 1st slot of the case (but on the 2nd), doesn't that sound weird ?
If you have photos to share 😄


i had planned to use the second slot for the 2080Ti and leave the rest free myself

Brockmonster
Level 8
I use 2 cards, slot 1 slot 2 with no fitting issue in slot 1
Phanteks Enthoo Elite, Asus Rampage VI Extreme Encore, Intel I9 10980XE, G.SKILL F4-3200C14Q-32GTZ Trident Z Series @3200, 2 x EVGA Hydro Copper GTX 2080TI, Creative Sound Blaster ZxR PCI-Express Sound Card, EK ASUS ROG R6EE RGB Monoblock, 2 x Samsung 970 Pro 512GB Direct to CPU, Aqua Computer kryoM.2 with Samsung 960 Pro 512GB PCIe slot 4, 4 x Corsair XTI 480GB SSD, Aqua Computer Aquaero 6XT, 2x Aqua Computer D5 NEXT pump with Aquabus interface, 2 x XSPC 480mm Rads, EVGA 1600w PSU and more

TSportM
Level 11
hello,

The package power on core temp and HWmonitor counts as 1.6 to 1.9 on this board on my AORUS board it showed correct way like this

This is normal
85137

On the REEE
85164

could some one share some light
Rig1 - 14900KS - P112 - E88- MC86- Pcore 6.0/6.2/6.3 Asus Z690 Maximus Extreme - Ecores 4.7 - 48GB TForce 7200#64;7400ddr5 - MSI Suprim X RTX 4090@3070mhz - 24gb memory speed - Powerby corsair Ax1500i - Corsair1000d@custom Loop Rig2- 10920X@4.9 - Aorus X299 gaming 9 - gskill 3200@3600 - Zotac RTX 2080Ti - Powerby CM1200 - Noctua NHD15 black - Corsair 900D

TSportM
Level 11
bump
Rig1 - 14900KS - P112 - E88- MC86- Pcore 6.0/6.2/6.3 Asus Z690 Maximus Extreme - Ecores 4.7 - 48GB TForce 7200#64;7400ddr5 - MSI Suprim X RTX 4090@3070mhz - 24gb memory speed - Powerby corsair Ax1500i - Corsair1000d@custom Loop Rig2- 10920X@4.9 - Aorus X299 gaming 9 - gskill 3200@3600 - Zotac RTX 2080Ti - Powerby CM1200 - Noctua NHD15 black - Corsair 900D

TSportM wrote:
bump


the ASUS uses different VRM Controller and HWINFO/AIDA64/CoreTemp don't supporting it currently

CSN7
Level 7
if you want to see watts enable SVID Support in bios