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those temp differences are very minimal. OP since we dont have any numbers about BD we cant really think that it "WILL" hit 5Ghz. I would just wait until the chip is released to see if a loop is even going to be needed to hit 5Ghz.
^^^^this is what i was getting at with my first post
    
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lets just hope that they overclock better than the phenoms
    
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its a 32nm processor (those run cool just look at sandy bridge) so im thinking you probably wont need like a $1000 liquid cool set up for BD you can if you want to have maximum gpu OC on liquid in a loop then i would go with the swiftech apogee XT rev 2

EDIT: Is your cpu bottlenecking your 4 gpu's? When i was making my sigrig my friend told me not to go with dual gtx 590's and phenom II x6 1100t said there would be severe bottleneck. Just wondering for future reference.
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those temp differences are very minimal
But isnt the point of of this website performance? Every little bit adds up.
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lets just hope that they overclock better than the phenoms
True didnt you need Ln2 for the phenoms to go to 5ghz
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Well the XSPC Raystorm is hands down the least restrictive. This is a pretty good water block.
Compared to the CPU block i have? are you absolutley sure?

have you played with both?
post #17 of 34
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its a 32nm processor (those run cool just look at sandy bridge) so im thinking you probably wont need like a $1000 liquid cool set up for BD you can if you want to have maximum gpu OC on liquid in a loop then i would go with the swiftech apogee XT rev 2

EDIT: Is your cpu bottlenecking your 4 gpu's? When i was making my sigrig my friend told me not to go with dual gtx 590's and phenom II x6 1100t said there would be severe bottleneck. Just wondering for future reference.
In response to your edit:

I know all about this thats why we are talking about the bulldozer here
The PHENOM 1100t is what i have for now, but im replacing it with the Bulldozer when its released. I am praying my bottleneck will be gone with it. IF not ill just revert back to my HD6970's in crossfire.
post #18 of 34
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its a 32nm processor (those run cool just look at sandy bridge) so im thinking you probably wont need like a $1000 liquid cool set up for BD you can if you want to have maximum gpu OC on liquid in a loop then i would go with the swiftech apogee XT rev 2

EDIT: Is your cpu bottlenecking your 4 gpu's? When i was making my sigrig my friend told me not to go with dual gtx 590's and phenom II x6 1100t said there would be severe bottleneck. Just wondering for future reference.
shu... yea. a 2600k at stock speeds bottlenecks 2 580s.
    
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But isnt the point of of this website performance? Every little bit adds up.
i dont know if you understand but its a very little amount. literally like .1-.3 max difference.
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i dont know if you understand but its a very little amount. literally like .1-.3 max difference.
true. and thats providing you get a good chip too. not every batch of cpus is as overclockable as the last. max overclock on a cpu dosnt apply to every single one that shows up in the store. some SB cant go past 4.5ghz and remain stable. i got min to 4.9 @ 1.4ish vcore, but was much happier with 4.8 @ <1.4

you could very well get a dud BD that dosnt overclock much better than the phenoms, even on water. its not uncommon to get a less powerful cpu than what everyone else has, lots a people complaining about their SB not being able to go past 4.5ghz, and some guys not able to get it stable past 4.3ghz. the manufacturer is not going to guarantee you an overclock of X amount. its too unpredictable.
    
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