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post #5821 of 9531
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See where the translator messes you up? It's actually "a little German", I took 2 years of German....I understood the page perfectly fine, thanks for the link.
Did the thread help you then? Regarding the images posted there, originally I thought that imageshack had some sort of filter for iPads where the images displayed smaller than they actually are, however it turned out they really are just as small even on my desktop, and certainly do not match the size description visible in the thumbnail. *shrug*
post #5822 of 9531
Hey guys looking for some help again. So I can pass Prime 95 at 4.4Mhz at 1.3ish volts it moves around a little on my 2500K. Now my problem is at 4.5MHz I have tried all the way up to 1.42 volts and cant pass for the life of me. Anyone have any ideas why or could this be my wall on this chip already. I did have 4.5 stable at one point back on a different set of ram but that was months ago and was lower speed ram. Anyways looking for any idea I am thinking of just saving and buy a 3570K and try my luck again.

My ram is at 9-10-9-27 1866 now also not the 2100 just fyi.
post #5823 of 9531
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Hey guys looking for some help again. So I can pass Prime 95 at 4.4Mhz at 1.3ish volts it moves around a little on my 2500K. Now my problem is at 4.5MHz I have tried all the way up to 1.42 volts and cant pass for the life of me. Anyone have any ideas why or could this be my wall on this chip already. I did have 4.5 stable at one point back on a different set of ram but that was months ago and was lower speed ram. Anyways looking for any idea I am thinking of just saving and buy a 3570K and try my luck again.

My ram is at 9-10-9-27 1866 now also not the 2100 just fyi.

If you think its your RAM, run 1 stick with loose timings and lower clock while getting the CPU stable.
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That's the thing I'm 90% sure its not ram unless I have a really junk IMC on this chip. I have had problems from day one getting to or past 46 stable. I Do have a lot of my volt settings on auto like PLL and all that but I did not think i needed it for 45 multiplier. It just sucks having temps in the 55C range at even 1.42 volts and you cant push your chip more.
post #5825 of 9531
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Originally Posted by kennyparker1337 View Post


Juggalo is the watercooling editor / master.

This and many, many other posts and research is what I was basing my statement on. Not opinion.

Here in the "Watercooling Guide for Noobs" by Juggalo.

I beg to differ, the quoted text I provided scientifically denies your claim from being true

Saying that distilled water + kill coil prevent corrosion is inaccurate

While the text you quoted might prevent bacteria, it won't prevent this from not happening
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For a nickel plated block and a silver coil in solution, there is no direct metal to metal contact, so again only SEP (standard electrode potential) applies. Silver is +0.8, nickel is -0.2, copper is +.2. Nickel will lose its electron (oxidation corrosion) to Silver (AG) that is not debatable. The only unknown is silver ions are only at ? 20 ppb concentration or so from a silver coil, and ? if enough to cause corrosion at significant rate, but no doubt corrosion/erosion of nickel will occur faster than if silver or copper were not used.

I am curious, how does Distilled water and a kill coil prevent Standard electrode potential from happening?
  
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post #5826 of 9531
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Originally Posted by kennyparker1337 View Post


Juggalo is the watercooling editor / master.

This and many, many other posts and research is what I was basing my statement on. Not opinion.

Here in the "Watercooling Guide for Noobs" by Juggalo.

I beg to differ, the quoted text I provided scientifically denies your claim from being true

Saying that distilled water + kill coil prevent corrosion is inaccurate

While the text you quoted might prevent bacteria, it won't prevent this from not happening
Quote:
For a nickel plated block and a silver coil in solution, there is no direct metal to metal contact, so again only SEP (standard electrode potential) applies. Silver is +0.8, nickel is -0.2, copper is +.2. Nickel will lose its electron (oxidation corrosion) to Silver (AG) that is not debatable. The only unknown is silver ions are only at ? 20 ppb concentration or so from a silver coil, and ? if enough to cause corrosion at significant rate, but no doubt corrosion/erosion of nickel will occur faster than if silver or copper were not used.

I am curious, how does Distilled water and a kill coil prevent Standard electrode potential from happening?

I am going to have to respectfully end this debate.

I just don't know enough to continue debating.

I was just letting you know what I was basing my statements on and that they did have backing from OCN Watercooling Editor.
post #5827 of 9531
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I am going to have to respectfully end this debate.

I just don't know enough to continue debating.

I was just letting you know what I was basing my statements on and that they did have backing from OCN Watercooling Editor.

I hear you mate, wasn't trying to bash you, was just trying to point out the fact that what you posted doesn't prevent corossion biggrin.gif
  
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Juggalo is the watercooling editor / master.

This and many, many other posts and research is what I was basing my statement on. Not opinion.

Here in the "Watercooling Guide for Noobs" by Juggalo.

I beg to differ, the quoted text I provided scientifically denies your claim from being true

Saying that distilled water + kill coil prevent corrosion is inaccurate

While the text you quoted might prevent bacteria, it won't prevent this from not happening
Quote:
For a nickel plated block and a silver coil in solution, there is no direct metal to metal contact, so again only SEP (standard electrode potential) applies. Silver is +0.8, nickel is -0.2, copper is +.2. Nickel will lose its electron (oxidation corrosion) to Silver (AG) that is not debatable. The only unknown is silver ions are only at ? 20 ppb concentration or so from a silver coil, and ? if enough to cause corrosion at significant rate, but no doubt corrosion/erosion of nickel will occur faster than if silver or copper were not used.

I am curious, how does Distilled water and a kill coil prevent Standard electrode potential from happening?

I am going to have to respectfully end this debate.

I just don't know enough to continue debating.

I was just letting you know what I was basing my statements on and that they did have backing from OCN Watercooling Editor.

Hey Kenny! Thanks for the great overclock guide! You rock man!!
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post #5829 of 9531
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Did the thread help you then? Regarding the images posted there, originally I thought that imageshack had some sort of filter for iPads where the images displayed smaller than they actually are, however it turned out they really are just as small even on my desktop, and certainly do not match the size description visible in the thumbnail. *shrug*

The pic was pretty much the same on my PC....I'm not sure why they put the text at the top if its not legible at any size....Eh, thatnks for the effort though! It's a shame that info only seems to be in that one place....
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Juggalo is the watercooling editor / master.

This and many, many other posts and research is what I was basing my statement on. Not opinion.

Here in the "Watercooling Guide for Noobs" by Juggalo.

I beg to differ, the quoted text I provided scientifically denies your claim from being true

Saying that distilled water + kill coil prevent corrosion is inaccurate

While the text you quoted might prevent bacteria, it won't prevent this from not happening
Quote:
For a nickel plated block and a silver coil in solution, there is no direct metal to metal contact, so again only SEP (standard electrode potential) applies. Silver is +0.8, nickel is -0.2, copper is +.2. Nickel will lose its electron (oxidation corrosion) to Silver (AG) that is not debatable. The only unknown is silver ions are only at ? 20 ppb concentration or so from a silver coil, and ? if enough to cause corrosion at significant rate, but no doubt corrosion/erosion of nickel will occur faster than if silver or copper were not used.

I am curious, how does Distilled water and a kill coil prevent Standard electrode potential from happening?

I am going to have to respectfully end this debate.

I just don't know enough to continue debating.

I was just letting you know what I was basing my statements on and that they did have backing from OCN Watercooling Editor.

Hey Kenny! Thanks for the great overclock guide! You rock man!!

Thank you for reading it!

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