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Yes well i am not very happy with my h100i after all, if u see the scores it does not cool that much better than the top of the line air coolers.

It is an very good cooler but u need very loud and high static pressure fans because first it is aluminum and very dense radiator.

I am not sure yet but i am thinking of an or 480 rad or 360 and one 240 rad, i am still thinking what is the best and what i can afford.

The loop does not have to be refilled that much and it depends on temperature, it takes couple of months to refill and it is an easy job.
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Stop throttling

Core +0.100mV Maximum is stable +0.300mV

NB Core +0.100mV Maximum is stable 0.300mV

1.35V 5Ghz Core temp max 72C Water temp max 52C
Tj.Max 80C


669.95 MHz memory speed is 1344Mhz is my maximum in stock clock and overclock 1600Mhz and higher is not work

1.46V on core is too hot start throttling
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I had an Intel DX2-66 then went to an AMD DX4-120, that sucker could run Duke Nukem 3d at 1024x768 lol

DOOM 2 baby. many's the night I sat down to play for just a bit and...... OMG! The sun's coming UP!
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OZZY,
I'm going to pick up my Enzotech MST-88 RIGHT AT the FrozenCPU warehouse while I'm "home" in Roch, is there anything else I should consider while I'm there? Did you replace the NB hs?

If ya'll ain't checked out their website yet ya needs to! The entire store is devoted to OC'ing, (hence the name?)
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Yes well i am not very happy with my h100i after all, if u see the scores it does not cool that much better than the top of the line air coolers.

It is an very good cooler but u need very loud and high static pressure fans because first it is aluminum and very dense radiator.

I am not sure yet but i am thinking of an or 480 rad or 360 and one 240 rad, i am still thinking what is the best and what i can afford.

The loop does not have to be refilled that much and it depends on temperature, it takes couple of months to refill and it is an easy job.

I'm not terribly worried about noise, this thing is already loud. I'll have to shop around and see what a good custom loop costs compared to the H100i

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DOOM 2 baby. many's the night I sat down to play for just a bit and...... OMG! The sun's coming UP!

I've been there many times. I LOVE Doom and Doom 2.
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OZZY,
I'm going to pick up my Enzotech MST-88 RIGHT AT the FrozenCPU warehouse while I'm "home" in Roch, is there anything else I should consider while I'm there? Did you replace the NB hs?

If ya'll ain't checked out their website yet ya needs to! The entire store is devoted to OC'ing, (hence the name?)

Really other than the Enzotech I would find a good 80mm slim fan to stick over top of it. So far my extremely loud little AMD fan has been doing the job, though I understand a lot of people won't tolerate the noise it makes.
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I'm not terribly worried about noise, this thing is already loud. I'll have to shop around and see what a good custom loop costs compared to the H100i
I've been there many times. I LOVE Doom and Doom 2.
Really other than the Enzotech I would find a good 80mm slim fan to stick over top of it. So far my extremely loud little AMD fan has been doing the job, though I understand a lot of people won't tolerate the noise it makes.

I thought Doom was kinda weak, visually. Doom 2, HUGE improvemnt.
and as far as "OMG-the-suns-coming-up", heck, it's 3am here RIGHT now!

FrozenCPU, so I'm good then. I got all kinds of spare fans, some caniblized, many actually NEW-never used. Being a Pack-Rat from (well you know) occasionally has it's advantages. I've got dual-40mm hard-drive cooler that might do the trick. If it's too bulky I can always remove the fans, I have spare 80's as well.
Edited by NoNewEgg4Me - 6/1/13 at 6:00pm
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Ok last time, because this is a debate that's almost not even worth having. And I don't want to get in what's starting to feel like a pissing contest with, but probably not for the reasons you might assume. Just two thing's
1.) "Hence you can erase the CMOS from Windows and most likely your OC settings is gone?" (??) what? "CMOS" dosn't exist within windows it's a set of instructions written into a chip on the mother board and if you DID somehow manage to corrupt it or wipe it out you be done. No Post up no nothing. Plus which stop me if I'm wrong but "CMOS" is a term that isn't even used any more, now it's just BIOS which is in the process of being replaced by what "UFIBIOS"? and technology marches on and on bla bla bla...
2.) as for teaching me 10-20 years of experience, dude, I tried hard to be civil in my response as I am now, I'd appreciate the same, and just for the record, my first computer was a TANDY-1000 and I cut my teeth in college on a trash-80 and an IBM main-frame that HAD A CARD READER and 7-track TAPES, (reels the size of an LP)
BOTTOM LINE? You like to use software to OC, I'm fine with manual BIOS settings. Whatever, no big deal. Each to his own. "That's what makes horse races" and all all that.
I'll let you have the last word if you want it and I'm sure you do, but I'm done with this particular debate.

Peace bro, happy tweakin'!


The fact that you are older then me doesn't mean anything. It's funny why you want to play the argument from authority but when other proves you are wrong you don't apply it to yourself? After all this is human.
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And bickering over semantics is accomplishing what? When someone says UEFI, I know they are referring too. The terminology and interface has changed, the base of what it does is has not
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And bickering over semantics is accomplishing what? When someone says UEFI, I know they are referring too. The terminology and interface has changed, the base of what it does is has not

Well, I have provided enough technical information why BIOS is IMHO not so good to overclock and why software overclock has it reason. I can repeat myself but of course you can oc how you want. But from him or yours posting I can't see anymore insight then just always the same argument from authority. And you should know when you pass an exam semantic is important because what first count is formalism.
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Ive got a 990fxa ud5, as of this day which is the best bios for overclocking?
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