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Poll Results: Which Color Version are you buying

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post #4891 of 13812
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Pretty much anything you can imagine in hardware, McMaster has it.
I got my M4 stainless steel threaded rod stock, odd length screws and some M3 SST screws and standoffs there.
Try here: Then use the left panel to select metric, then M4 and then length, and you'll get all the available screw types.
http://www.mcmaster.com/#machine-screw-fasteners/=i05dil

Awesome. Thanks a lot. =)
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post #4892 of 13812
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awesome!
I'm prime stable for 7.5 hours @1.4 V, temps mid 70's. I think I'll leave it for now thumb.gif
Idle's @ ~37 degrees, which is the only part I dont like...
The bug is kicking in, now I want to try indigo Xtreme and some different waterblocks just for fun haha
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Huh, do you have speed step enable so it throttles down? My idle temps are 28 to 30 C.... I supposed ambient room temp could play a factor as well.
post #4893 of 13812
yeah I have speedstep enabled.
I'll check to make sure though.
yeah my ambhient may be an issue. my bedroom can get hot in the summer and winter...


**EDIT** hmmm...my cpu isnt throttling back to the normal 1.6, and I'm not putting any load on it. I may have disable speedstep by mistake.

**RE-EDIT** FOUND THE ISSUE: I had changed my windows power settings lol. is the voltage supposed to decrease as well though? Only my clock speed is decreased, temps are about the same
Edited by crazyg0od33 - 6/16/12 at 10:30am
post #4894 of 13812
The voltage should scale down with the clocks aswell yes, recheck your settings.
Edited by Flikka - 6/16/12 at 11:35am
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post #4895 of 13812
Fastenal is another good source for odd sized hardware. Not sure how their prices compare to McCaster but i have used them before and usually shipped out of Minnesota if the local store didn't have it in stock. Starting to think I'm the only one whose Switch 810 box wasn't beat to hell.
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post #4896 of 13812
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The world of SSD is pretty great. I'm kind of surprised it takes 51 seconds even. I was curious so i just restarted win7 Ultimate x64 that's installed on my 64gb Crucial M4 and got 23 seconds from black screen after "Shutting Down..." to desktop. I don't know if it helps or not but i used this guide to optimize my SSD
http://thessdreview.com/ssd-guides/optimization-guides/the-ssd-optimization-guide-2/

Dude your awesome, thanks for that link. At first I thought you were smoking something when I saw your boot time but I went through the guide and did most of the changes and now my boot times are now on par with yours. thumb.gif
post #4897 of 13812
I think I found my issue. My pump top was leaking. And now my res is all air bubbled. None I my fittings or components are leaking, water was just coming out of the back chrome part of the pump top. I feel like this could be why my temps were high. I was running the pump at the 24v needed for the d5 "strong" rating. I'm wondering why it never leaked at the lower speed during testing. You'd think the top made by the pump mfr would work correctly. So now I need to run it and see if it leaks at the lower speed before I think about my options
post #4898 of 13812
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Originally Posted by crazyg0od33 View Post

I think I found my issue. My pump top was leaking. And now my res is all air bubbled. None I my fittings or components are leaking, water was just coming out of the back chrome part of the pump top. I feel like this could be why my temps were high. I was running the pump at the 24v needed for the d5 "strong" rating. I'm wondering why it never leaked at the lower speed during testing. You'd think the top made by the pump mfr would work correctly. So now I need to run it and see if it leaks at the lower speed before I think about my options

I could see it leaking at the higher speed due to more pressure on the fitting. Air bubbles will def hinder cooling. I am still concerned about your voltages not scaling down with the speed. Do you have any of the c-state stuff enabled?
post #4899 of 13812
I'm not sure. I've never oc'd these CPUs before. Should they be enabled? I'm out now but I'll check when I get home.
About the leak, the weird thing is NONE of my fittings are leaking. It's literally leaking out the back of the pump itself. If you look at my build, the chrome part on he back of the pump. It's leaking from that part, near where the power cables for the plugs come out. When I'm home I'll put up a pic of my res as it is now though.

Oh tapatalk started working again. Here's the res now:
aefc0a27-f0b8-7bc0.jpg
Edited by crazyg0od33 - 6/16/12 at 1:46pm
post #4900 of 13812
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I'm not sure. I've never oc'd these CPUs before. Should they be enabled? I'm out now but I'll check when I get home.
About the leak, the weird thing is NONE of my fittings are leaking. It's literally leaking out the back of the pump itself. If you look at my build, the chrome part on he back of the pump. It's leaking from that part, near where the power cables for the plugs come out. When I'm home I'll put up a pic of my res as it is now though.
Oh tapatalk started working again. Here's the res now:
aefc0a27-f0b8-7bc0.jpg

Those air bubbles cannot be helping anything. Wonder if you have a bad o-ring or something. Perhaps something is tightened too much.
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