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post #2761 of 6491
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Chip is being tested today at the retailer.
Should hear back from them tommorrow.
Fingers crossed its dead.
Replacement on the spot then.
and if it is the board ? got receipt ?
post #2762 of 6491
Yeah I got no worries on board replacement.
Bought online with credit card from PCCG.
So only have to send board back to them.

Before i removed the cpu i noticed that the cpu fault led was on. Really gotta love that feature on the RIVF.

Also it could totally unrelated but for while I had been noticing that two of my cores where as much as +10c hotter than the other two. And that was during idle and load at any voltage.
Possible poor IHS soldering?
Edited by Wookieelover - 3/7/13 at 6:13am
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post #2763 of 6491
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Yeah I got no worries on board replacement.
Bought online with credit card from PCCG.
So only have to send board back to them.

Before i removed the cpu i noticed that the cpu fault led was on. Really gotta love that feature on the RIVF.

Also it could totally unrelated but for while I had been noticing that two of my cores where as much as +10c hotter than the other two. And that was during idle and load at any voltage.
Possible poor IHS soldering?
Def poor factory soldering under 100% load on my chippy core 0 runs 10c higher than core 2 mad.gif
post #2764 of 6491
Woop! Got a 3820 coming next week so I'll be back then to annoy you lot looking for OCing advice. biggrin.gif
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Post No : 2636 , Page 132 thumb.gif
Well, i changed all the things that there were there but no luck i also tried to adjust it to what i thought would work with my configuration, but sadly nothing thank i think there must be to big of difference in hardware

send me your hardware specs. i would send you mine but im to depressed now.
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@cputech,

You can add your rig with complete spec in your signature. Just go to your profile, at the bottom click "Create a new rig" & fill out the form. Then in your profile page, click "Edit Signature" & select your rig in "Show off stuff in your signature" drop-down menu.
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post #2767 of 6491
Good news

Retailer called and just that the chip was infact dead. My replacement is waiting for me to pick up.
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Good news

Retailer called and just that the chip was infact dead. My replacement is waiting for me to pick up.
Good stuff dude but will you win the silicon lottery with this one questionmark.gif
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The force is strong in this one.

Only worried that the cpu died from something wrong with the RIVF. Cause I know I did not kill it myself.
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OK, finally decided on an RIVF for the 3820. Looking forward to having a play it looks like a nice OCing board. Might even get my DVM out!! biggrin.gif

Edit; if I post the batch code from the 3820, will anyone here be able to tell if it's from a decent batch?
Edited by wolvers - 3/8/13 at 7:13am
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