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i would probably do some **** like that...LOL
Hey bro easily done thumb.gif Koolance Quick Disconnects a fair bit of 1/2 3/4 hose and a very large rad , Phobia have a 400 odd log 200 wide that will fit 4x200 dia fans or mod a car rad That's wat id do if it got cold enough here in winter biggrin.gifthumb.gif
Edited by HOMECINEMA-PC - 1/29/13 at 3:04am
post #2312 of 6499
Would it be worth lapping the IHS and waterblock? One or two degrees cooler you think?
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Would it be worth lapping the IHS and waterblock? One or two degrees cooler you think?
No intel warranty no replacement if you lap it you crazy buggar kookoo.gif
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Yeah i realise that, and I am not really bothered by it. Was only a $290 chip not like i am lapping one of its bigger six core brothers.

I can't believe i was gonna throw $660 on a 3930k when this 3820 does such a fantastic job.

So lapping? Worth a few less degrees?
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Yeah i realise that, and I am not really bothered by it. Was only a $290 chip not like i am lapping one of its bigger six core brothers.

I can't believe i was gonna throw $660 on a 3930k when this 3820 does such a fantastic job.

So lapping? Worth a few less degrees?
Can you tell me where it was made and the batch number pls its on the box or on the chip . Id get bigger rad , pump ,w/block first then see what it does thumb.gif or get another 3820 and lap that one if this is a low vcore strong imc 3820 but I need those details first if I am right about it smile.gif
post #2316 of 6499
Is this what your after?

SRBLD 3.6 ghz
MALAY
L204B329
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Looks like I messed something up.

3820 stays at idle (1.2GHz) no matter what I do, I've tried everything from taking apart the system to resetting the BIOS, I've even removed everything that's relevant to overclocking on the software side, that didn't change anything.

This started since the latest BIOS upgrade for my motherboard (MSi X79A-GD-45 (8D)), I could downgrade to the previous BIOS that worked the best but I'll leave that until I'm certain there is no other way to fix it.

edit: the latest bios seems to mess up the speed, I've downgraded the bios and it's working fine now.
Edited by Idarzoid - 1/29/13 at 4:49pm
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http://valid.canardpc.com/2672781

There we are, a 5.13GHz OC.
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32GB GSkill Trident X 2400MHZ Sumsung 840 Pro Western Digital Caviar Green Western Digital Velociraptor 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
Seagate Pipeline HD LG LG GH24NS90 AlphaCool NexXos XT45 Full Copper 360mm Radiator EK Supremacy LT CPU Block Acetal + Copper 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
2 x EK GTX 670 DCii Block Nickel + Acetal 2 x EK FC Bridge Single Alphacool Cape Corp Coolplex Pro 10 LT Res PrimoChill PrimoFlex LRT 13mm tubing 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
16 x Phobya 13/10 G1/4 Compression Fittings 3 x Corsair SP 120 Quiet Edition Fans + Akasa V... 4 x CoolerMaster MegaFlow 200mm fans Phobya Xtreme 200mm v2 Full Copper Radiator 
CoolingCoolingOSMonitor
Laing DDC - 1T XSPC Acetal DDC Top Windows 8 Pro 3 x LG D2342P in Nvidia Surround 
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post #2319 of 6499
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Is this what your after?

SRBLD 3.6 ghz
MALAY
L204B329
Yes thanks smile.gif I was hoping yours was a L202 batch malay like my first one , but no cool.gif
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Originally Posted by Idarzoid View Post

Looks like I messed something up.

3820 stays at idle (1.2GHz) no matter what I do, I've tried everything from taking apart the system to resetting the BIOS, I've even removed everything that's relevant to overclocking on the software side, that didn't change anything.

This started since the latest BIOS upgrade for my motherboard (MSi X79A-GD-45 (8D)), I could downgrade to the previous BIOS that worked the best but I'll leave that until I'm certain there is no other way to fix it.

edit: the latest bios seems to mess up the speed, I've downgraded the bios and it's working fine now.
Yeah rotten bios ! I run a R4F board and I run a old bios 2105 for it .Wait till I hear about a good one before updating thumb.gif
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http://valid.canardpc.com/2672781

There we are, a 5.13GHz OC.
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Well done Rep + for you thumb.gif Now prime95 that sucker wink.gif
post #2320 of 6499
i am working on a stable 4.625 that will fold and gpu mine 24/7......1 day so far....here are specs


1.395 vcore in bios max of about 1.435 full load
1.2 vtt
1.2 vccsa 1.225 full load
2.050 pll
1.650 DRAM running sniper 2133 @ 2000 10-11-10-28 1T....(great ram i have to say as well)

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