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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
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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?

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!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdCrZfTkG1c&t=1m24s

Dang, I wish I could get away with shorts like that.
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Hey, Thanks again for giving me a hand. With all the guides out there for OCing I was really trying to avoid my first post here being a question thats already been explained. After monkeying around with this thing for going on 3 weeks though, Ive hit a wall and havent been able to find any information on a situation like this.

Anyways I basically started from the ground up all over again. I totally cleared my bios, made sure all drivers and software were up to date and even unplugged and re-plugged in all my cables. I set everything up per the guide and then went through the turbo boost one by one until I capped out again at 1.5v. I wrote down some of the numbers and heres what I got:

43 (Ran stress test for about 30 min)
Turbo Boost: +.004v
Peak Vcore: 1.352v

44 (5 min stress test)
Turbo Boost: +.020v
Peak Vcore: 1.368v

45 (5 min stress test)
Turbo Boost: +.102v
Peak Vcore: 1.456v

I gave 4.6mhz a go but hit 1.502v so I stopped. Temps were never an issue, the highest I ever saw was 60c. One thing I did find interesting though was during all the stress test, the highest I ever saw the CPU power was at around 100w. So basically its looking as if this is the best this CPU is going to do?

Nice dataset. Frankly, i think something is not right. 45x should not require 1.456V. We may be able to help... But will need tosee your bios setting for ..say 45x. Format a USB key fat32. Post with it in, hit F12 on each/every bios page and scroll where needed. You can then post the screen dumps directly on this thread using the little paperclip in the editor. There are many here with lots of experience with that chip and chipset... All willing to help. smile.gif
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So when should I justify getting a water cooler for overclocking?


when i plan to go over 4.8?


Stress tests can be ignored in term of temps since I probably wont go to full load too much.
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So when should I justify getting a water cooler for overclocking?


when i plan to go over 4.8?


Stress tests can be ignored in term of temps since I probably wont go to full load too much.

Go watercooling when you have the disposable income of around $150. Then get a Rasa RS240 kit.

Otherwise stick to the Hyper 212, as it will perform just as well as anything else besides a DIY water kit.
Edited by kennyparker1337 - 4/15/13 at 2:51pm
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Stress testing 46x



Max temp so far in 30min been 94 and is floating around 84-93...should i stop the test?
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Stress testing 46x



Max temp so far in 30min been 94 and is floating around 84-93...should i stop the test?

95C would be fine for Ivy but absolutely no more. Otherwise you risk throttling it.

You won't see anywhere near those temps outside of prime95.
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Hmm i get amazed with the temps of Ivy. I have the cpu and cooler on the sig, and with some tips from jpmboy i managed to get my stability back (was gone after a bios update, go figure) and my temps never excel the 75* ish on 2 cores, full load. I hope haswell does better
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Ok these are my current settings for 46. I had a WHEA erro on +.082v turbo so i bumped it to .90v.


Im surprised how big of a jump I had to do from 45x (which only has +.059v turbo) to 46x but around what settings should i be around for 46-47x? So i can know if im close.


Currently testing but if I crash ima put these testings on hold cuz im doing work on my pc.
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Hey guys, I have a question for the settings for Prime95. What should the Max FFT and the time for it be because I saw on another guide it was 4096 and it was 15 min?
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