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Originally Posted by Wookieelover View Post

Lowest voltage I can go @5ghz without errors
Hope you guys like biggrin.gif



I am pretty happy with the final results.

IBT is not very tough. Use P95 27.7 with avx.
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Originally Posted by LayerCakes View Post

wow..I'm at 2333MHz at 1.65V?!
nerdsmiley.png Pls show me some temps with that that block you nearly borked the board with tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by kizwan View Post

Wow! You managed to run at 2333MHz only 1.65V.
@madman, 2335MHz at 1.8V kinda scary. biggrin.gifgunner.gif
aaevil.gif LMAO it is a bit eh , I will bring em down wink.gif
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Originally Posted by tsm106 View Post

Someone is in a hurry to get a 3rd cpu? biggrin.gif
Read me like a book tongue.gif Itchin for the next version of the 3820 coming soon thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Wookieelover View Post

Not very impressed with the Indigo Extreme. Infact I would say it was a total waste of $$$.
Twice I followed the instructions to a T, and could never get it the even slightly reflow on the 380i. mad.gif
after 5 mins of my cpu @100c I decided to give up.
Even tried it with minimal block pressure and no luck, same as before zero reflow.
To others thinking of getting the product.. DON'T it is not worth the $$$. spend ya cash on some Coollaborty Pro or Ultimate as that is a 100% given it WILL work.
So I went back to using the Noctua NT-H1 paste.

It does pretty well I think tongue.gif
Ive only had one mount that worked for me and that was the first time I used it I did warn you though . Prime that sucker and MOAR volts I rekon 1.44-1.45vcore llc extreme and that should keep load vcore about 1.495-1.505vcore which should give you temps around about 73c - 78c @ 5Ghz thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Rmerwede View Post

Seems like a golden chip. What are your other settings at?
I rekon Layercakes wubsmiley.gif and Wookielover have gooduns

And heres a revised screener 4755@2335@1.375vcore for all YOU voltage inspectors out there wave2.gif

Edited by HOMECINEMA-PC - 2/8/13 at 3:29pm
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Been out tonight, I'll get some tests done tomorrow night and post some screenies.

I know that on stock clock I'm getting low 50's though!
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After much thought between fully custom and AIO, I decide to go AIO for now and upgrade later. I just don't have the time/ expertise to build and manage a fully custom loop, and it seems so daunting to me. I came here for final opinions on my build, I already have a dremel and an old case which I'm going to recycle for aluminium parts for modding.

http://pcpartpicker.com/p/Cg5k
Look good to me. I'm also started with AIO wc.
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And heres a revised screener 4755@2335@1.375vcore for all YOU voltage inspectors out there wave2.gif
That's more like it. wave2.gifsmil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

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Edited by kizwan - 2/8/13 at 9:17pm
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Madman, Have you run any type of benchmarks to see if you get better performance from going 4805 X 2025 to the new 4750 X 2333, like 3DMark 11 or Sissoft? Just wondering if it is something to look at performance wise?
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Higher memory speed translates to higher physics scores 3dmark.
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Well the 5ghz @ 1.424v overclock is prime95 stable biggrin.gif



Have turned the clock speed to 4.8ghz @ 1.392v for my daily overclock as it has better temps and the volts are under 1.4 so the chip should not degrade.



I do not know why core#1 and core#2 are always so much lower temps than the rest. wish all four were always 10-14c cooler tongue.gif
Also my temps seen to fluctuate a fair bit going up and down 3-4c all the time. any ideas why ?

Oh and I re mounted the 380i. I spun it around 90* so the inlet was at the top and outlet at bottom. Now the cooling channels in the block go vertical instead of horizontal across the chip.
Better temps all round. I will not be re mounting it again till I get some Coollaboratory Ultra next week.

The new watercooling is working a charm
Computer has been on for almost 24hrs stress testing and such
current temps are
Ambient room temp @ 28c
Water temp @ 30c
Cpu idle temp @ 38c
Max Load IBT @ 68c
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This is a decent overclock for the volts.
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Please do a 2 hour OCCT run. It has always been the achilles' heel of my setup.
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I got bored biggrin.gif
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