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Bykski A-Ryzen-Th-X / Bykski A-Ryzen-ThV2-X

gupsterg
Level 13
Purchased from Aliexpress, on visual inspection seems like was worth the wait coming from far east 😄 . This should be an improvement over the EK-Supremacy EVO Threadripper Edition.

RGB is not my cup of time but the store that had the best price sold the product with Bykski RGB/AURA . So loose in parcel was Bykski RGB unit, it has 6 connectors, 3 per long side of unit, each with 6 pins, labelled as fan 1 to 6. One short side has 2 connectors with 4 pins labelled as RGB. Other short side has DC 12V 2 pin to molex with pass through, 5 pin labelled as IBM, which has 3 wires to a LED in metal casing :confused: . No manual in box and no idea on usage, nor was there a plan to use it TBH 😛 .

Bykski A-Ryzen-ThV2-X has a nice weight and good finish IMO :cool:. This V2 edition also supports AM3/AM4 as well as Threadripper, read and weep EK 😛 . 3 sides are clear and one long length has an integrated LED unit, this has 4 pin connector and 50cm of cable. There seems to be an 4 pin extension cable included or maybe part of Bykski RGB unit :confused: . Cold plate has a fine machined finish, I may lap it at some point, doesn't seem too shabby at all. Looking forward to plumbing this in 😄 and comparing to EK :rolleyes: .

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gupsterg
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In the video, on the new EKWB sTR4 RGB block, the sharer stated how evenly lit the block was. I'll be honest I never really paid much attention to how the RGB was on Bykski after initial testing if it works with board/AURA SW. Upon reviewing RGB on it, I'd say the Bykski is pretty evenly lit. I also think when viewing the block face, it's hard to distinguish "bright spots", as the simple face plate is shielding it from view.

My only gripe with the Bykski block with OLED is twin cables. I would have preferred if the offering had a single cable. On my V2 block I was able to route cable so it blends in very well IMO. IIRC below photo is with flash on phone camera :eek:. The tempered glass panel has tint, so TBH in normal lighting it hides very well.

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