So these are my 24/7 prime stable settings for 4.5ghz.
I'm looking to try out adaptive voltage, where do I start? Stock vid + putting the necessary offset until it reaches 1.376v full load?
1.376v - (stock vid) = offset?
I've had my firstname.lastname@example.org for about a year now.In a few years I hope to see some 8/10 core xeons for $100 like what we're seeing with x58 today. Westmere 6 cores can be purchased for $60 since 2013 and when overclocked it performs on par with a stock 5820k.I don't see the point of staying with quads when a hexacore only cost a bit more. With all the upcoming processors upping the core count and dx12 featuring load balancing all the potential benefits outweights the 5% ipc...
Yeah I'd take the money. You spent $107 on a 7870 when a they go for $70~$80 shipped on ebay. The MSI offer gives you a free ticket out of your original deal and come out ahead with $19 profit.
EVGA offers some nice refurb cards with 1 warranty occasionally. Check their b-stock page. There was even a 780 kingpin for $150 yesterday.
$120 shipped to your door. Price is firm at this moment.
Up for sale is this 760w platinum unit I received from Seasonic RMA today. The one I had was defective and melted some cables. Seasonic provided me with new cables and a replaced my unit with what appears to be a...
System has been shutting down sporadically under load these past two weeks so I did some troubleshooting and this was what I found:
3rd connector, top row 2nd pin
Yikes. I think I'm on my third year of owning this model and this will be my second rma.
Emailed seasonic earlier about the possibility of advance rma/crossshipping and waiting to hear what they have to say.
I only found out because the two 8 pins appeared glossy like melted plastic. Had the genius idea...