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post #381 of 2282
ill show you my insulation i use for 2600k, im gone spend 2-3h tonight applying it on 3930k and then you can be sure youll be fine for benching and 24/7 use

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post #382 of 2282
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Originally Posted by abeeftec View Post

Back on my Z68 UD7 Until I get some new hardware.
Board blown and CPU blown! Both at the same time!
let this be a lesson to you kids.
No matter how sound you seal of your Socket, It will get wet and take money from your pocket!
You CANNOT run it for 3 or 4 days straight!
Bench rig, Play rig, Cannot use one for both!
That is the second time that has happened to me, And both times it was 3 and a half days until the Ffffumph sound!

IT ALL BLOWED UP

I have been using the cooler express for 3 years or so now and I cant stress enough that you need a TIGHT SEALED eraser job. I have had condensation form on the top and bottom never inside the socket.

and that's running multi benching, which is all I use it for and 24 hour periods sometimes more at a time.

Bad news Abeeftec dry it out real good if no water stains on it maybe RMA will work.....................

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It's doesn't recognize the quad channel,even if it's well set (CPU-Z recognize it) but anyway here's the bench at 4.5Ghz:
332
Note that i have only my Phenom's day GSkill Memory at 1600mhz yet, in january i'll upgrade to 2133.

Those numbers should be a lot higher. My 2500K:
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post #384 of 2282
all i can say is wow on the efficiency of 2011.... ive gained 2k in vantage at 5ghz over a 5350 980x....
post #385 of 2282
Can you guys using Phase, can you clarify some things for me please? My unit should be here today or tomorrow.

I am not using it for any 24/hr hardcore benching, I am more or less using it for daily use to (hopefully) maximize the longevity of the 3960x @ 4.7-5.0ghz max. When I say daily use, this means a span of 4-8hrs in length at most. With that being said, do I need to take any extra precautions other than what the instructions indicate?
    
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post #386 of 2282
oh god yes, if you dont want to end up getting moisture in the socket your best bet is insulating your mb the way i did a few posts above;) that way your guaranteed that your 1k+ cpu doesnt go and die on you
post #387 of 2282
Though I believe Khalams method is the best I think on this series(if your like me) you better put a note on the board and leave it there until you pull it apart because on this series the edge of the pins can be seen even with the CPU clamped in the socket. I tested that when I was putting the eraser on and getting ready and I could see the pins on both sides being yanked up from opening the clamp.
If not that then I can see the kneaded eraser being smashed into the pins when clamped down.

I think its best to redo the board daily. And every day, PULL THE PLUG on the PSU and then push the power button a few times before you unhook everything and take the board off because if water IS in there you dont want any power in the board when you move it.
I am fairly sure this will not happen again because I am now keeping my Z68-UD7 and 2600k for an everyday 24/7 system and will only run the newer stuff for benching and will redo it everyday. It will not sit there after the cooler express is turned off. Guaranteed to have water somewhere. Even with kneaded eraser.

Stupid thing is, After all this happened I hooked it back up on air and it gave me the corrupted bios message and then loaded the new bios. And then turned off. And then wouldnt even come back on with the power button. And that is after everything was dried thoroughly. So it is pretty tough stuff and can handle a lot.
I dont know the answer but If you have luck like me, putting kneaded eraser in the socket will have catastrophic results once you go to take it all apart.
post #388 of 2282
not my best run yet (ill run 5300mhz even if i have to burn this chip to the ground:) but good enough on water, 12 best on hwbot for 2x gpus and 2x 580s in 3d11;)

http://hwbot.org/submission/2227593_
post #389 of 2282
I just want to know where Overkill has been for 3 days. Missed an entire weekend. Classes on Sunday?
Edited by abeeftec - 12/5/11 at 8:52am
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I dont know the answer but If you have luck like me, putting kneaded eraser in the socket will have catastrophic results once you go to take it all apart.

So your advice would be NOT to put kneaded eraser in the socket area? What about mounting the socket then surrounding it with kneaded eraser so that it overlaps the bracket area? This is freaking me out, I'm almost tempted to just put the processor under a loop.
    
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