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just added a artic cooler 80mm for vrm sinks....lol
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That fan installation is very creative..
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Originally Posted by zerokool_3211 View Post

just added a artic cooler 80mm for vrm sinks....lol
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That fan installation is very creative..

It actually is very solid like that....and provides a lot of extra cooling to that area...still don't know why I need 1.48 vcore for 4.750...still haven't primed it but 1.46 would not prime...

Another question...should I run the lowest vtt and vccsa that I can until I get bsod for something other than 101

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It actually is very solid like that....and provides a lot of extra cooling to that area...still don't know why I need 1.48 vcore for 4.750...still haven't primed it but 1.46 would not prime...

Another question...should I run the lowest vtt and vccsa that I can until I get bsod for something other than 101

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It all depends on how lucky you get with the CPU. Some will overclock more, some less. Amongst those that overclock more, some will need more volts, some will need less. If cpu overclocks more compared to majority and requires less volts for each particular clock then you ve hit the jackpot. Thats why it is called as the "silicon lottery".

With regards to volts, try not to exceed 1.200v for vccsa and about 1.250v for vtt .
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It all depends on how lucky you get with the CPU. Some will overclock more, some less. Amongst those that overclock more, some will need more volts, some will need less. If cpu overclocks more compared to majority and requires less volts for each particular clock then you ve hit the jackpot. Thats why it is called as the "silicon lottery".
With regards to volts, try not to exceed 1.200v for vccsa and about 1.250v for vtt .
Gidday geezer hows it hangin questionmark.gif
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Gidday geezer hows it hangin questionmark.gif

Hey Madman, still waiting for the micro bubbles sozo.gifto disappear (to put it politely)
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Hey Madman, still waiting for the micro bubbles sozo.gifto disappear (to put it politely)
Did you put champhers in your loop ? lachen.gif
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Did you put champhers in your loop ? lachen.gif

Hahahahaa lachen.gif yea during new year celebs drunken.gif (me and my rig)
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It all depends on how lucky you get with the CPU. Some will overclock more, some less. Amongst those that overclock more, some will need more volts, some will need less. If cpu overclocks more compared to majority and requires less volts for each particular clock then you ve hit the jackpot. Thats why it is called as the "silicon lottery".
With regards to volts, try not to exceed 1.200v for vccsa and about 1.250v for vtt .
Oops to late must 'ave missed that memo LMAO laughingsmiley.gif
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post #2109 of 6499
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It actually is very solid like that....and provides a lot of extra cooling to that area...still don't know why I need 1.48 vcore for 4.750...still haven't primed it but 1.46 would not prime...
Another question...should I run the lowest vtt and vccsa that I can until I get bsod for something other than 101
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Oh man that is a dirty rad. Are you setup for negative pressure ?
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I have Voodoo 3 3000 GPU. biggrin.gif
somewhere I have a 3dfx monster.... PCI ADDON! One of the first (if not the first) 3d graphics card.
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