The water block works perfectly. no problem.
Thank you very much.
Bykski CPU-XPR-C-M CPU Water Cooling Block - PMMA w/ 5v Addressable RGB (RBW)(for AMD Ryzen 3/5/7/9,AM4/AM3+/AM3)
Not only does this block look amazing, it performs well too! My only complaints are there was one **** hole on the backplate that didn't have a spot to **** into. There were no threads on the gpu side. But you can't see it. So for me it's irrelevant. Glad a purchased this block over an ek block or a cheaper block. Love it!!
Installation was very simple and strait forward. Mine actually came with thermal pads and everything else needed to prep my GPU for a custom water loop. The RGB was a nice effect as well and worked with all associated color controlling software on my system. Bykski were the only product line out there that provided many water cooling options for many different GPUs (from mi-level to top tear) from as well. In short. . . And AWESOME Water block
Finally got around to putting these on, so I figured I'd write a review about them
They're substantial heatsinks, they have some heft. Stock settings after ~1 hour of running these versus what came with my Teamgroup DDR5 C36-7200 2x16 kit, there's a huge difference at stock settings. ~43°c vs ~50°c, though ironically when I removed the Teamgroup heatspreader and ran the dimms naked to test them even that ran cooler than their solution by a few degrees. Get what you pay for I guess
Used (KLE-GSW362) automotive wax remover to take the old heatspreaders off, soaked them for ~45 minutes each and they came right off with the help of a plastic spudger. Not that I'm recommending that: use that or your own solution at your own risk of course
Used the little strips that came with this kit for the memory and controller on the front, and 1.5mm Gelid GP-Ultimate thermal pads cut from a 120x120mm square covering the entirety of the back, excluding the RGB which I have no interest in cooling down
IMO, this is a very good product, well worth their cost if you're planning on trying to eke the most out of your system