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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/01/18 11:45:07 (permalink)
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Good news everyone, the Singularity E1 Powerboard and Distro Block set is now available with shipment in 4 weeks (of this posting)
 
The PowerBoard replaces the existing E1 motherboard tray; does away with cable clutter, while providing a foundation for a custom loop. It also has mounts for up to 3 SATA SSDs and mounting points for the distro block and pump
 
Gallery: https://gallery.singulari...ers.com/albums/evgae1/
Store: https://singularitycases....ibution-plate-evga-e1/




That's a beast. Can't wait to see what it looks like installed.

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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/01/18 12:28:48 (permalink)
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Good news everyone, the Singularity E1 Powerboard and Distro Block set is now available with shipment in 4 weeks (of this posting)
 
The PowerBoard replaces the existing E1 motherboard tray; does away with cable clutter, while providing a foundation for a custom loop. It also has mounts for up to 3 SATA SSDs and mounting points for the distro block and pump
 
Gallery: https://gallery.singulari...ers.com/albums/evgae1/
Store: https://singularitycases....ibution-plate-evga-e1/




That's a beast. Can't wait to see what it looks like installed.




Heres a prototype of the distroblock fitted to a placeholder PowerBoard installed in the E1
 
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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/01/19 08:32:24 (permalink)
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Good news everyone, the Singularity E1 Powerboard and Distro Block set is now available with shipment in 4 weeks (of this posting)
 
The PowerBoard replaces the existing E1 motherboard tray; does away with cable clutter, while providing a foundation for a custom loop. It also has mounts for up to 3 SATA SSDs and mounting points for the distro block and pump
 
Gallery: https://gallery.singulari...ers.com/albums/evgae1/
Store: https://singularitycases....ibution-plate-evga-e1/


Interesting. I was interested in the E1 but I don't agree on the price, and add the E1 Singularity Powerboard and Distro Block for a total of $2400 or $2800...
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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/01/20 04:31:51 (permalink)
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Good news everyone, the Singularity E1 Powerboard and Distro Block set is now available with shipment in 4 weeks (of this posting)
 
The PowerBoard replaces the existing E1 motherboard tray; does away with cable clutter, while providing a foundation for a custom loop. It also has mounts for up to 3 SATA SSDs and mounting points for the distro block and pump
 
Gallery: 
Store: 




That's a beast. Can't wait to see what it looks like installed.




Heres a prototype of the distroblock fitted to a placeholder PowerBoard installed in the E1
 



Looks good. Might pull the trigger on this and integrate it.

Couple Qs if you don't mind:

It looks like it uses the original GPU mount. Does it use the original PSU mount?

The product info indicates acrylic, PCB, and stainless steel are used. Is the tray made of steel, or is it just PCB?

Are the SC shift adapters needed for motherboards with side-mounted 24 pin sockets (like Asus Crosshair / Hero / Gene / Apex, etc.)?
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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/01/21 12:09:51 (permalink)
Any idea if EVGA is planning on making the uber cool software driven analog gauge set available as a separate accessory?
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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/01/23 08:20:25 (permalink)
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Good news everyone, the Singularity E1 Powerboard and Distro Block set is now available with shipment in 4 weeks (of this posting)
 
The PowerBoard replaces the existing E1 motherboard tray; does away with cable clutter, while providing a foundation for a custom loop. It also has mounts for up to 3 SATA SSDs and mounting points for the distro block and pump
 
Gallery: 
Store: 




That's a beast. Can't wait to see what it looks like installed.




Heres a prototype of the distroblock fitted to a placeholder PowerBoard installed in the E1
 



Looks good. Might pull the trigger on this and integrate it.

Couple Qs if you don't mind:

It looks like it uses the original GPU mount. Does it use the original PSU mount?

The product info indicates acrylic, PCB, and stainless steel are used. Is the tray made of steel, or is it just PCB?

Are the SC shift adapters needed for motherboards with side-mounted 24 pin sockets (like Asus Crosshair / Hero / Gene / Apex, etc.)?



1) Yes
2) Yes
3) Distro plate acrylic, fittings stainless steel, PowerBoard is PCB only
4) No it doesn't need an adaptor per se, but the cable would need to account for one side being closer to the connector for it to sit right
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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/02/04 08:34:37 (permalink)
China will clone this one and make it a Wish exclusive 

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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/02/04 09:19:11 (permalink)
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China will clone this one and make it a Wish exclusive 

For a much lower price 
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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/02/04 21:44:53 (permalink)
lol i blew soda thru my nose when i saw the price lol, 
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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/02/05 19:00:06 (permalink)
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China will clone this one and make it a Wish exclusive 


I'm curious where to imitate, is there a website link?
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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/02/18 19:38:49 (permalink)
No way to purchase it. Add to cart button gone.

EDIT: customer support says out of stock and no ETA.
post edited by Dschless - 2023/02/20 11:21:40
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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/02/21 06:41:49 (permalink)
No ETA usually means EOL, I think...

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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/02/21 07:44:55 (permalink)
WE, do not know if more will be made available
 
EVGA was Very Clear, in the beginning, that this was a Limited Edition product
 
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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/02/26 09:01:34 (permalink)
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Hi Everyone. I purchased this case and completed building it a couple days ago. The GPU is reading zero while everything else is good. I am using a 6900XT. Any ideas? 


I'll have our team look into this.


I am having the same issue. GPU is a Titan X Pascal.

Please try this updated version of the software:





Using the new AMD 7900 XTX and GPU analog gauge is not working. Is an update planned for these cards? Thank you
 
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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/02/27 07:46:12 (permalink)
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Using the new AMD 7900 XTX and GPU analog gauge is not working. Is an update planned for these cards? Thank you
 


As EVGA doesn’t make AMD GPU’s, they would likely need samples to be able to properly program the connection that passes the information.
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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/02/27 10:29:09 (permalink)
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Using the new AMD 7900 XTX and GPU analog gauge is not working. Is an update planned for these cards? Thank you
 


As EVGA doesn’t make AMD GPU’s, they would likely need samples to be able to properly program the connection that passes the information.


I was under the impression EVGA doesn’t make Nvidia GPUs anymore—which if they don’t make AMD or Intel cards then they don’t make any GPUs and the gauge shouldn’t work for anyone using this logic.

But I’m also fairly certain there is a way to enumerate all GPU temperature sensors and let the user indicate which should be tracked and sent to the gauges without hardcoding each specific card.

If there is open source I can happily take a look
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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/02/27 10:34:23 (permalink)
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Using the new AMD 7900 XTX and GPU analog gauge is not working. Is an update planned for these cards? Thank you
 


As EVGA doesn’t make AMD GPU’s, they would likely need samples to be able to properly program the connection that passes the information.


I was under the impression EVGA doesn’t make Nvidia GPUs anymore—which if they don’t make AMD or Intel cards then they don’t make any GPUs and the gauge shouldn’t work for anyone using this logic.

But I’m also fairly certain there is a way to enumerate all GPU temperature sensors and let the user indicate which should be tracked and sent to the gauges without hardcoding each specific card.

If there is open source I can happily take a look


EVGA was making NVidia GPU’s when the gauges were released. EVGA was working on the NVidia 40 series when they stopped making GPU’s. This case and the gauges could even come paired with a 3090ti.

Do intel GPU’s work with these gauges? Is someone spending $1700+ on a case to buy a $250 GPU to put in it? Seems extremely counterintuitive to any form of balance/budget.


EVGA *typically* doesn’t release the source code for their products. You should google EVGA Precision X with AMD cards. AMD programming for software control is a different API and controller than NVidia, so it is likely an issue that EVGA doesn’t have access to AMD’s api/controllers like they do for NVidia, or experience programming their software to work with AMD GPU’s.
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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/02/27 11:00:31 (permalink)
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Using the new AMD 7900 XTX and GPU analog gauge is not working. Is an update planned for these cards? Thank you
 


As EVGA doesn’t make AMD GPU’s, they would likely need samples to be able to properly program the connection that passes the information.


I was under the impression EVGA doesn’t make Nvidia GPUs anymore—which if they don’t make AMD or Intel cards then they don’t make any GPUs and the gauge shouldn’t work for anyone using this logic.

But I’m also fairly certain there is a way to enumerate all GPU temperature sensors and let the user indicate which should be tracked and sent to the gauges without hardcoding each specific card.

If there is open source I can happily take a look


EVGA was making NVidia GPU’s when the gauges were released. EVGA was working on the NVidia 40 series when they stopped making GPU’s. This case and the gauges could even come paired with a 3090ti.

Do intel GPU’s work with these gauges? Is someone spending $1700+ on a case to buy a $250 GPU to put in it? Seems extremely counterintuitive to any form of balance/budget.


EVGA *typically* doesn’t release the source code for their products. You should google EVGA Precision X with AMD cards. AMD programming for software control is a different API and controller than NVidia, so it is likely an issue that EVGA doesn’t have access to AMD’s api/controllers like they do for NVidia, or experience programming their software to work with AMD GPU’s.



There are a lot of assumptions in this conversation.
 
Unless someone from EVGA chimes in and indicates what cards do or don't work with their products that were sold to the general public and not advertised as "only works with XX video cards" (at least, I'm not aware of any declared limitations, but I didn't go looking because personally I wasn't interested in purchasing that case), it is perfectly reasonable for any user or purchaser to ask that question.
 
Unless it's declared in the documentation, we don't know what support is on offer. We also don't know how many of these will be made (other than the vague/ambiguous statement "very limited"). It's possible it isn't offered at all anymore, which would put it in the same category as the DG-87 and similar series. While EVGA didn't make AMD graphics cards any time recently, they didn't limit that case to Nvidia cards. They even made AMD motherboards as recently as the E1 case, so unless otherwise stated, it would be at best an assumption one way or the other as to what graphics cards are or are not supported by the E1 case gauges unless explicitly stated by EVGA.

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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/02/27 11:22:13 (permalink)
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There are a lot of assumptions in this conversation.
 
Unless someone from EVGA chimes in and indicates what cards do or don't work with their products that were sold to the general public and not advertised as "only works with XX video cards" (at least, I'm not aware of any declared limitations, but I didn't go looking because personally I wasn't interested in purchasing that case), it is perfectly reasonable for any user or purchaser to ask that question.
 
Unless it's declared in the documentation, we don't know what support is on offer. We also don't know how many of these will be made (other than the vague/ambiguous statement "very limited"). It's possible it isn't offered at all anymore, which would put it in the same category as the DG-87 and similar series. While EVGA didn't make AMD graphics cards any time recently, they didn't limit that case to Nvidia cards. They even made AMD motherboards as recently as the E1 case, so unless otherwise stated, it would be at best an assumption one way or the other as to what graphics cards are or are not supported by the E1 case gauges unless explicitly stated by EVGA.



Your reply seems… upset maybe?

Yes, there are assumptions based on history and facts.

“EVGA offered AMD motherboards while the case was on the market.”
Yes, and never offered the motherboard as an option with the case. Evga also never offered AMD based software controls for motherboards until the x470 FTW and dark, and the software they made only worked for that series of boards as well.

EVGA’s GPU software has never controlled AMD GPU’s.

EVGA’s GPU software suites have been able to monitor AMD CPU stats, but never control them.

EVGA’s current GPU softwares has not monitored or controlled AMD GPU’s.

Support@evga.com can answer the question, if the facts aren’t enough. The suggestion for GPU monitoring can also be suggested, and EVGA may be able to get it added, but if the user has an AMD GPU, and the analog gauges are registering the GPU, that is an answer in itself.
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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/02/27 12:08:20 (permalink)
Not upset. I just thought your response had so many assumptions in it that it was worth stating that it's really up to EVGA staff to answer as we don't know. Perhaps the moderators have been told, but I didn't think that was generally the case. You could also buy the case without a motherboard or GPU, and I believe that's the only way now? or at least it was for most of the time it was for sale (sounds like you can't buy it anymore). The software for the gauges was an independent software program, not Precision X1 or Eleet X1. It lives on an island and supporting temperature monitors for various hardware sets could very well have been the plan. We don't know. I think it's a valid question.

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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/02/27 13:16:16 (permalink)
It is a valid question, for sure. There was only one assumption in my original post and follow up. Check out both of them and you’ll see that.
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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/02/27 13:31:35 (permalink)
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It is a valid question, for sure. There was only one assumption in my original post and follow up. Check out both of them and you’ll see that.



Well there's no point in arguing about it lol especially considering you have agreed it is a valid question, but your first two posts detailed why you think it wasn't a valid question and why one should assume that they won't support it. I disagreed. Nothing personal.

Another assumption that people might reasonably make, for example, would be that if you buy a $1700+ case (using the numbers quoted above, I don't remember all the pricing tiers), you might assume that you could then upgrade it to future graphics cards that weren't available at the time of release. At least for a couple years maybe? or during the warranty period? So that would include 40-series, possible 50-series, and even the red and blue GPUs potentially. So again, I think it's a valid question to ask. That was my only point and I'll leave it at that.

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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/02/27 13:46:41 (permalink)
At the time the case was released, there was no assumption that EVGA would leave the GPU market, and potentially the entire market. EVGA has ended nearly every program and the z790 has been the only release in months, with no further details except for more programs coming to an end. So, yeah, there was an assumption that an upgrade path was available, before the announcement of programs being closed. Step up was an option when the e1 was released. Bucks were an option when the E1 was released. Affiliate and rewards programs were an option when the e1 was released. A lot has changed since EVGA left the GPU market.

I’m hoping evga is still holding something close to the chest, but recently evga started giving users information on how to repair their products that they would never release in the past. Hopefully if evga decides to end more programs, they will open source their software so that users can create their own support, but only time will tell.
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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/02/27 13:51:56 (permalink)
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At the time the case was released, there was no assumption that EVGA would leave the GPU market, and potentially the entire market. EVGA has ended nearly every program and the z790 has been the only release in months, with no further details except for more programs coming to an end. So, yeah, there was an assumption that an upgrade path was available, before the announcement of programs being closed. Step up was an option when the e1 was released. Bucks were an option when the E1 was released. Affiliate and rewards programs were an option when the e1 was released. A lot has changed since EVGA left the GPU market.

I’m hoping evga is still holding something close to the chest, but recently evga started giving users information on how to repair their products that they would never release in the past. Hopefully if evga decides to end more programs, they will open source their software so that users can create their own support, but only time will tell.



Yes, I would agree on all of that. That said, they continue to assert that they are still a company that is in business, and doing business things. So if that's the case, the support must continue. Personally, I don't see how they stay in business long-term if they turn off all aspects of their business. It just seems counterintuitive. But while they're still here, we may as well ask them to support the products we just bought.

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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/02/27 14:50:12 (permalink)
Already got an email back that the product manager is going to look into this when the software team gets back into office, so there could be updated information soon :-)
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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/02/27 14:52:34 (permalink)
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Already got an email back that the product manager is going to look into this when the software team gets back into office, so there could be updated information soon :-)

Nice!

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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/02/27 16:52:30 (permalink)
FYI - The E1 is back in stock.
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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/02/27 21:40:13 (permalink)
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FYI - The E1 is back in stock.


Thank you! Bought.
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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/03/11 16:57:04 (permalink)
Jayztwocents just released his video about the E1 Powerboard+Distro Block

https://youtu.be/g_XdT1M7iYA
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Re: EVGA E1 is now available for purchase! 2023/03/13 18:00:00 (permalink)
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Jayztwocents just released his video about the E1 Powerboard+Distro Block

https://youtu.be/g_XdT1M7iYA

And? What's the verdict?
No way I am going to watch his content.

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