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Yes you can use the Ney Pro with the standard heatsinks on the sticks. As far as ICs removing when frozen, just don't move anything until its defrosted as the heatsink may lift easily and take an IC with it. It's also not ideal as far as thermal transfer goes, but it will still get you down to -100 or so on ln2.
Bit late to this one, but if you haven't seen any reviews read mine here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1251590/reeven-extreme-cooling-cup-review/0_20 It's not very good. With these things you are better off laying out a bit more on initial investment and then not having to worry about purchasing again. Check out these lines: Kingpin http://kingpincooling.com/containers/ SF3D/EK http://www.ekwb.com/shop/extreme.html Der8auer http://www.der8auer.de/ Good to see another...
Back when I was getting ready for MOA I played around with some single sided MFR and 32m. GSKill 2666 I think this was at -20c on the sticks And this would be around -120c or colder, don't have a screenshot of the run though unfortunately ]
Thanks Let me rephrase. That was the highest clock I could achieve on this form of cooling, which is dictated by the quality of the CPU. I have another here that I use for LN2 clocking that hits an easy 5GHz+ on air, but I didn't want people thinking that was the new normal on a new board..
Now that we've had a look at the physical board, let's see what it has to offer on the software side of things. First up the UEFI BIOS. GIGABYTE have used a similar interface to the old Z87X-OC with the addition of an initial startup guide for those not so invested in their bios. Here we can adjust simple options. Setting language, changing SATA settings, Boot sequence etc. Nothing too advanced here. You can also set which BIOS mode to show by default by going into...
The Z97 launch is finally here, and with it an array of new boards to sink my teeth into. I have been playing with GIGABYTE's Z97X-SOC FORCE for a while now and gave a little preview on it a week ago but now it's time to go deeper and see what this board is really about. You can click on any of the images provided for a larger version. I'll start with the box again. The GIGABYTE Z97X-SOC FORCE comes in a large box as their premium boards often do. Looking at the cover....
Nice DJ
With tight timings and stability it might be harder to come across an IMC that can handle that than you think.
1333 @ 7-10-6 on air? That's very, very optimistic Nice work Robbo, into the 18s
Haha yes, same deal with my chips. No IMC, weirdly high CBs and harder to clock by the day. Need something new.
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