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post #151 of 235
Every time I see this thread.
I keep a mental note that I will get one when I build my rig.
Spring time, can you come sooner? biggrin.gif
post #152 of 235
subscribed to remember to get one
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post #153 of 235
DO WANT! Just sent an email for a quote for the 2011 cooler.
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post #154 of 235
I dont just want it , I must have it !!! 3.0 version has dew point sensor great idea, thought I would have to build a hybrid Tec chiller system but this simplifies things and is much cheaper and easier ! Thanks Mindchill:applaud:
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SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!

yeah i am totally ordering this in a paycheck or two.....DO WANT.
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post #156 of 235
Has gold wants cold!

All joking aside, Mindchill you seriously are the fing man.

I will do a review with pics/results on a heavily ocd 960t both in 4 core and 5 core mode when I get mine in the mail tongue.gif
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Any updates or reviews on this? I have been kinda watching this off and on since the beginning. I am interested to see first hand experiences to see it is much better than regular water cooling.
 
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post #158 of 235
Thread Starter 
Ivy Bridge Update for the single tec direct die.

This Block handles a 4.6ghz overclock @1.336v with dt's ~16-18dt on prime small fft.

So it has real potential to keep cores down on a moderate oc on this chip.

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post #159 of 235
18c DT is about 46c in your case or am i getting it mixed up? If so that looks freaking epic, could you maybe try 1.36 - 1.4 ? That is when the chip really starts heating up.
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Originally Posted by Eggy88 View Post

18c DT is about 46c in your case or am i getting it mixed up? If so that looks freaking epic, could you maybe try 1.36 - 1.4 ? That is when the chip really starts heating up.

The block is running 16-17dt from water temps which in this case are 28c. So the block is running at 11 - 12c. Every chip will have different core temps so I pulled those out. The importance for my testing is the actual block temp for me. This block is the smaller of the 2 blocks I make so I'm updating this block on the ivy bridge.

But ya the cores were somewhere in the 30-low40s on this chip I believe, subtract about 16c from your cores to figure your core temps.

From what I can tell most people are running the chips under 1.3v up to about 4.7ghz..
Edited by Mindchi|l - 5/11/12 at 3:40pm
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