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Caused little bubbles to form on the plastic film , on the vrm heat sink. Cant see them that well.... Anyway i think iama stop board is at risk now... Cure for cancer? dont make me laugh, that would destroy the whole cancer industry overnight. Wont happen
^^^^^This, i honestly cant believe this $100 dollar motherboard is managing 5ghz.The Vrms have 0 cooling almost.Infact, i think the board is gonna die soon....There is a little plastic film, i still left on the vrm heat sink when the motherboard was new.It was bubbles in it now.....And if you touch it, it burns you instantly......Anyway.. here are my resultsIam kinda getting nervous, dont wana fry my board XDGot it stable @ 5ghz with primeAfter 1 min, it his throttle @ 91c
So far i got it at 5ghz @ 1.5v with lvl 7 LLC I had to enable pll overvolt to get past 4.8 Gonna try some prime
ok looks like its time to up the voltage, brb in 10minSilicon is the eighth most common element in the universe by mass, but very rarely occurs as the pure free element in nature. It is most widely distributed in dusts, sands, planetoids, and planets as various forms of silicon dioxide (silica) or silicates. Over 90% of the Earth's crust is composed of silicate minerals, making silicon the second most abundant element in the earth's crust (about 28% by mass) after...
I did about a 1 Hour 15 minute run @ 4.7ghz @ 1.440 Vcore This was on an h100 With Low Fan speed All power management options turned off.
Time to see how strong sandy bridge is Iam going to overclock it , as high as i can and ignore the temps If it burns up i will go ivy, if it doesn't i will stick with my 2500k XD
From what i understand these run hotter because of the 3d transistors, but they also have a higher overclocking potential with a large water cooling set up / or LN2 Iam guessing we will see close 8ghz
Ya i looked at least 20 reviews, its trueBut the idea of 3d transistors is greatThey will be able to fit ALOT more stuff in the die nowProblem is, it wasn't really needed for ivy bridge yet.....Iam getting the 3750k if i do get an ivy bridgeAnd if i did get a 3770k, i would instantly turn of HT to keep the temps down so i can over clock.they do have more overclocking potential, but you need a major water cooling setup to drive well over 5ghz...
I did all the windows tuning etc..... Installed the latest firmware and install the latest intel rst drivers For some reason the write speed starts dropping at larger read / write amounts Its a microcenter brand, but IT IS the S510 adata ssd
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