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I'm not under volting in my setup. I'm just using offset. Just the same as if you did nothing to the cpu. It would run 3.3ghz and drop to 1.2ghz. You voltage is controlled by the VID.

But under volting does work if you have a good cpu and are on stock cooling, or your just shooting for a low overclock.
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post #412 of 2282
you relly shouldn't use offset on SB boards, because the VID is never constant.
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I used Die Greaseeeey when I was working with PELTIER's as you said works great but forget RMA however I have never had a issue using the eraser, then again I only do benching no more than 24 hour runs or a few runs a day for a few days then swap out CPU's or Mobo's.
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Grease was for 24/7 use with chiller, I could even turn the system off and back on that is how waterproof it was.

but in all seriousness you guys using phase change with these really power heavy CPUs have to realize its hard to build a SS to handle the amount of power these CPUs dish out in heat, so temperatures are going to vary, and that means certain areas will defrost. At least use some liquid electrical tape as a base layer, you can take it off by hand when its dry or just use it.
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Grease was for 24/7 use with chiller, I could even turn the system off and back on that is how waterproof it was.
but in all seriousness you guys using phase change with these really power heavy CPUs have to realize its hard to build a SS to handle the amount of power these CPUs dish out in heat, so temperatures are going to vary, and that means certain areas will defrost. At least use some liquid electrical tape as a base layer, you can take it off by hand when its dry or just use it.

In my case I electrical taped from the socket all the way over all poscaps and up on the ram slots and up the side of the power phases.
The water got EVERYWHERE under the tape. Liquid tape may have done much better but I dont know what will stop the air gaps that are around
the clamp down levers on both sides of the socket clamp. there will always be an air gap unless in that area Liquid tape is used to literally coat
everything. And that may cause a big mess. I never used Liquid Electrical tape.

Are you talking about literally covering the entire area with liquid electrical tape? I am going to attempt this again but I must say my biggest
fear is that the CPU will always have an air gap between the CPU bottom and socket floor since Pins hold the CPU above the floor slightly. Seems dielectric grease may be the only way to stop the socket from getting wet in this case
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its liquid electrical tape you buy from homedept? Its like a conformal coat. Yea electrical tape or any other type of tape is a joke, you have to use some sort of conformal coat. LET(liquid electrical tape) doesn't even crack under the cold of LN2 if done right. You paint on layer too thick to see through, and then it will easily come off.

When I had my chilly1 unit, they provided one very thick, circular pipe insulation of neoproene, and then it would be compressed and it would become airtight under the seal. People are dumb off their bats when it comes to insulation, some of the things i see recommend by manufacturers to insulate seem like they have never been tried.

This is how real overclocking was done, voltage mods, and everything basic, and it was fun. Now everything is not so fun. Anyways i sold that unit for $300 bucks, i bought it for $400 including overnight shipping from las vegas from chilly1, this was before he ripped everyone off.
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Hey guys. New to computer building and I've got a question regarding a 3960X and Quad Channel Ram.

 

I'm looking to purchase an R4E (8 slots). How many slots do I need to fill in order to achieve maximum quad channel performance? Or do I only need to fill 4 slots (2 on each side). Or does it just not matter?

 

Any insight would be greatly appreciated.

 

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Hey guys. New to computer building and I've got a question regarding a 3960X and Quad Channel Ram.

I'm looking to purchase an R4E (8 slots). How many slots do I need to fill in order to achieve maximum quad channel performance? Or do I only need to fill 4 slots (2 on each side). Or does it just not matter?

Any insight would be greatly appreciated.

4 filled slots suffice.
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Hey guys. New to computer building and I've got a question regarding a 3960X and Quad Channel Ram.

I'm looking to purchase an R4E (8 slots). How many slots do I need to fill in order to achieve maximum quad channel performance? Or do I only need to fill 4 slots (2 on each side). Or does it just not matter?

Any insight would be greatly appreciated.

Use the red slots 2 on each side
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post #419 of 2282

Thanks guys. But why 4? I'm looking to learn, rather than just "do".
 

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4 filled slots suffice.


 

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Use the red slots 2 on each side


 

post #420 of 2282
4 for quad:) 2 for dual and 3 for triple channel
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