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    Asus X299 - Support

    Ugly as hell! I hate the riser solutions, but the only way is to thiner the plexy on the byksky all over the board by 4mm, shorten its screws and hope that nothing else would change.. im pretty disappointed by the byksky block, it doesn't suit the sage measures or the sage is the exception, who...
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    Asus X299 - Support

    Thanks again, djlild7hina! Haven't thought of that. Do you know if there's a downside to rise the TB card and by this keeping all as recommended? Maybe its a better route to follow? Its not that hard for me to carv the gpublock in order to make the room for the riser. ;)
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    Asus X299 - Support

    Thanks, looking forward finishing it! The vertical GPU option can be done, but then I wouldn't be able to access the buttons and headers of the board without removing the card. I thought about a narrow PCI riser, as long as the Titan Ridge, and limit my access to the buttons area and logic...
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    Asus X299 - Support

    Hello @djlild7hina ! I'm finally building my system after a very long delays (not related to the system) and i ran into some problems with PCI card placement. My system: Sage 10/g, 64GB RAM, 9940, Gigabyte Vega 64 reference 8GB, 1terra*2 M.2, cg Titan Ridge, BT/WiFi from your recommendation...
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    Asus X299 - Support

    Im also in favor of your ideas. If theres anything for me to do that you can think of please let me know!
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    Asus X299 - Support

    The Sage/10g has arrived today Now off to a family vacation and next week building the custom loop and start installing Wishing you all a nice weekend!
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    Asus X299 - Support

    Hello friends, really nice to see you all here :) I have all the ingridients (9940, 64gb ram, vega64, m.2 ssds, psu, enclosure, cg titanridge, exc) besides mobo (sage/10g), which is on its way. Also made a complete custom water cooling system in the past few weeks. Very reassuring to see you...
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    How to build your own iMac Pro [Successful Build/Extended Guide]

    Hi jgaltone, first of all welcome! I would suggest that you update your system information in your profile. also needs to be more specific about what have you done so far, and where you get stuck. theres guidelines for asking for help like posting efi folder according to the problem. as you have...
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    iMac Pro X299 - Live the Future now with macOS 10.14 Mojave [Successful Build/Extended Guide]

    Thank you very much, djlild7hina! I will order all soon and update.
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    iMac Pro X299 - Live the Future now with macOS 10.14 Mojave [Successful Build/Extended Guide]

    Hi djlild7hina, thank you for the kind and fast response! Ive read most if not all Sage related post in this thread and do have a couple of questions: In the Sage/10g manual it is recommended to install a single gpu in the first slot, which im planing on doing when the waterblocks and MOBO will...
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    iMac Pro X299 - Live the Future now with macOS 10.14 Mojave [Successful Build/Extended Guide]

    Hello all, Im a long time hackintosh user. ive built two machines so far and in need for a new one. i read this thread entirely, and KGPs first post for atleast 30 times... Im planning to go in your footsteps, and help widen the trail :) right now i have the next items: 9940x 64gb corsair 3000...
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    How to build your own iMac Pro [Successful Build/Extended Guide]

    Hey Junolouge, thank you for your reply. i looked at every shop in my counrty and found 1! it really seems to be the best solution available as far as compabilty, even better from the deluxe II according to KGP. thanks again, Junologue!
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    How to build your own iMac Pro [Successful Build/Extended Guide]

    Hello everyone, this is my first post here but im a long time reader of this great database. until now i built two successful machines (x58 10.6.5 and a x99 10.9.5 from 2015), which i work on for music production with high end converters, high channel count, high sample rates, and CPU core count...
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