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LEADERBOARD UPDATE 

 

 

TURN & BURN still holds 1st Place with a 5.83 GHz OC.

 

Asmola continues holds 2nd place with 5.81 GHz.

 

New Member dumo steals 3rd with 5.57 GHz. 

 

FtW 420 has been pushed out of the top three.

 

 


 

Also, warm welcomes to the following new members:

 

Sweetleader

ugotd8
somerandom48
BackwoodsNC

probn4lyfe!

 

 


 

On a side note, I'm pumped to see some pics of the rigs! Some really nice systems out there.

 

Keep posting them up. If you chose to post more than one photo (and please do!), use the "spoiler" feature to help keep the thread clean.

 

 

 


Edited by OverK1LL - 3/30/12 at 8:54pm
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Originally Posted by OverK1LL View Post

On a side note, I'm pumped to see some pics of the rigs! Some really nice systems out there.
Keep posting them up. If you chose to post more than one photo (and please do!), use the "spoiler" feature to help keep the thread clean.



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post #953 of 2282
God, I envy you americans with your gtx 680s and hd 7970'sd for ~500 USD. those damn cards are around 1200 USD down here...
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Here is my RIG

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New to the club but I have my chip since a month or two. I'm not done overclocking, it's spring and I have many things to do around the thouse.

This is a 4.7 Ghz Stable with Memory at 2242 Mhz (1.384vcore) (Stable for 100 runs at Maximum IBT)

CPUZ Validation click me

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Will take better pic this summer



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New to the club but I have my chip since a month or two. I'm not done overclocking, it's spring and I have many things to do around the thouse.
This is a 4.7 Ghz Stable with Memory at 2242 Mhz (1.384vcore) (Stable for 100 runs at Maximum IBT)

Beautiful system Karlitos. Interesting choice to go from the rad to the VRM block first. My understanding of traditional water cooling wisdom says always go from the rad to the cpu inlet first. It sure looks like your choice made tubing routing an easier job as well as more aesthetically pleasing. What were your temps during that 100 maximum IBT run ?

EDIT: I just noticed you also went from 3/4 to 7/16 (or 1/2) in and out of the water block too. Screw the rules! I like it. :-)
Edited by ugotd8 - 3/31/12 at 2:50pm
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Beautiful system Karlitos. Interesting choice to go from the rad to the VRM block first. My understanding of traditional water cooling wisdom says always go from the rad to the cpu inlet first. It sure looks like your choice made tubing routing an easier job as well as more aesthetically pleasing. What were your temps during that 100 maximum IBT run ?
EDIT: I just noticed you also went from 3/4 to 7/16 (or 1/2) in and out of the water block too. Screw the rules! I like it. :-)

only order that does matter, res>pump. That's it! Try to plumb things to keep the loop simple and efficient. There's no difference at all in where you place the rads or blocks.
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Beautiful system Karlitos. Interesting choice to go from the rad to the VRM block first. My understanding of traditional water cooling wisdom says always go from the rad to the cpu inlet first. It sure looks like your choice made tubing routing an easier job as well as more aesthetically pleasing. What were your temps during that 100 maximum IBT run ?
EDIT: I just noticed you also went from 3/4 to 7/16 (or 1/2) in and out of the water block too. Screw the rules! I like it. :-)

Thanks bud for the comments wink.gif

The small tubing doesn't affect the flow because I have Dual MCP 655 Pumps running in serial.

Max temp was 69'C, Rad fans at medium, no need for full speed because I have too much rad. Delta temp between ambient and water is 2'C under full load of CPU and 3 GPU. The delta is 2'C even though the Room ambient temp is always raising with the water Temps too but the delta always remain 2'C. Hope you understand what I mean.
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Not bad probyn! You'll have to crank that voltage a bit for vantage or wprime though. Some nice rigs in here, but why is everyone using IBT & leaving the thread count on auto? That only stresses a cpu with HT at 50% load, nothing stable about that (I don't stability test, but lots of the guys here are all about stability testing)...
    
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I passed ibt with 8 threads but I get the error message from cpuid "This ID is valid, but not published". I tried both cpuz and rog versions and both are up to date. Here's a screenie, running auto voltage for my first oc:

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edit: got it working after reinstalling and removing cpuz rog edition:

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2315957
Edited by wermad - 3/31/12 at 8:37pm
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