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i really hope those chips just need to get under ss:) or my chip is a terrible joke:( anyhow lads, could you post a pic of you insulation when running your ss's? ive got a cooler express single stage as well so i should be getting similar temps etc
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Originally Posted by Khalam View Post

i really hope those chips just need to get under ss:) or my chip is a terrible joke:( anyhow lads, could you post a pic of you insulation when running your ss's? ive got a cooler express single stage as well so i should be getting similar temps etc


EDIT UPDATE: DO NOT USE THIS POST AS A WAY TO SET UP YOUR CHILLER OR THE BOOK!!
Find a good post somewhere where someone has had good results. This method blew the board up after 3 1/2 Days of running straight!!


I did it exactly the way the manual says with the exception that I did not use the backplate the backplate foam or the thermal electric heat pad on the backplate. Instead I covered the backplate with kneaded eraser on the back of the board and pushed the eraser into the two slots and middle slot to make sure it seated on the transistors firmly. I have been running it three days in a very humid room with 0 condensation forming.
But I do have 3 fans blowing. I have a 90 CFM 120mm sickle flow fan on each side of the CPU and a 90mm fan blowing on my VRM heatsink.
I also have my Motherboard sitting on the box it came in next to my chiller with a thin Neoprene pad between the box and the board.

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1. Cover backplate with Kneaded eraser being sure to push it firmly into the two slots and the one square hole in backplate. This will ensure condensation doesnt build up on transistors.
COVER ENTIRE PLATE all the way to PCB
2.Tape off CPU with Electrical tape around edges.Make sure electrical tape is touching the top edge of CPU gently laying tape down from one end of the socket top bracket to the other. Then use your finger nail to push the tape edge onto the vertical edge of the CPU IHS. Repeat this on all 4 sides. Then layer back over Poscaps on top, And layer back to Ram slots on sides.(You will have to use a finger nail to push it in between the socket top clip and the CPU edge because its tight.)
3. lay down thick foam pad (1/4 inch) over electrical tape.(this will be approx 1/2 inch from the CPU on all four sides
4. use kneaded eraser to build up the 1/2 area around the CPU being flat as possible around the CPU and it can get a bit thicker nearest the Foam pad.
5. Lay two 1/8 foam pads over the top of the Kneaded Eraser and bottom foam pad
6. Ready to mount nozzle!

Step 2
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Step 3 You do not have to cut like in this picture on most X79 boards
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Step 4
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Step 5 shows one but I used both that come with kit
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could not get a pic of the back of my board because it has a frozen nozzle hooked to it right now!
But I will add it once I remove the chiller. wink.gif
Edited by abeeftec - 12/14/11 at 8:22am
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I'm now running today 131x36 = 4.7 at 1.35v rock-stable Prime, LinX, Metro 2033 and 3D Mark 11. This will be my 24/7 settings. Not bad. 4.7 at 1.35v. smile.gif

Now that I understand SB-E and all the BIOS settings better, I will try to find my highest OC with that chip.

I like SB-E better then SB, because you have to ''work'' to get a stable OC. Just like in the old days. biggrin.gif

I wasn't able to stabilise 47X100 at 1.35v, but 131x36 = 4.7 is rock-stable at that voltage. Alot of tweaking, but my aim was 1.35v for 24/7.
    
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I'm now running today 131x36 = 4.7 at 1.35v rock-stable Prime, LinX, Metro 2033 and 3D Mark 11. This will be my 24/7 settings. Not bad. 4.7 at 1.35v. smile.gif
Now that I understand SB-E and all the BIOS settings better, I will try to find my highest OC with that chip.
I like SB-E better then SB, because you have to ''work'' to get a stable OC. Just like in the old days. biggrin.gif
I wasn't able to stabilise 47X100 at 1.35v, but 131x36 = 4.7 is rock-stable at that voltage. Alot of tweaking, but my aim was 1.35v for 24/7.

not bad at all! thumb.gif


What are your temps at these settings? Does your system require a large jump in voltage for 4.8ghz?

I would rather have a BLCK overclock then a multiplier any day. I just believe its much faster and more opened up.
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GOING UP!
I am blown away by Phase cooling!
I am at 5.150Ghz Total stable at 1.49v and I think I can go higher at that voltage! Or lower voltage at this speed!
Because I am on Phase I threw the voltage to 1.49v first thing and booted at a 45 mutli.
I have been slowing raising and running benchmarks. I havent BSOD yet! Not even a freeze from the Clock speeds and voltage though I have froze from cold bug!
So I still feel I can only attribute my lack of ability to get over 5.0ghz on ICED liquid cooling to something in the PCIe lanes in the CPU.
I got BSOD codes at 5.1Ghz and 1.59v all the way to 1.64v on iced Liquid and the stoppage was ALWAYS the same place though at 5.0ghz at only .01v less voltage yeilding good cooling and a nearly
stable overclock.
It is hard for me to believe that it was CORE related since some of my BSOD codes on iced Liquid I had never saw before.
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can you tell me what your SS is tuned for? (what type of evap? compressor?)

thanks:)

EDIT: are those coolerexpress using chilly1? or is it custom? dimensions?
Edited by badatgames18 - 12/4/11 at 10:08am
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can you tell me what your SS is tuned for? (what type of evap? compressor?)
thanks:)
EDIT: are those coolerexpress using chilly1? or is it custom? dimensions?

I am hooked up right now so I cant check some of those things.
But I can give you the model number
CE-48-S-1C(2011)


Updated:
It is not custom. Was purchased at FrozenCPU
Compressor Aspera NE2134GK
Here is a Link to a Review on my exact unit. Only difference is that my unit at the desktop sits at -53 and sometimes -48 depending on my room temps whereas the unit in the review sat at -39 at the desktop.

http://forums.extremeoverclocking.com/t350858.html
Edited by abeeftec - 12/4/11 at 12:13pm
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Pushing for higher today!
5.410ghz

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^ You kind sir, are making us proud. Keep pushing and you will hit the ASUS record biggrin.gif
 
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Dont know what the Asus record is. But be nice to hit it!

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Just improved my score a little bit lol. Not much, but I'm learning. smile.gif



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