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Fill out your system specs in your profile under my rig. It makes it easier to see what you're working with. Yes, the Strap is what you want to use.

Thank you smile.gif
I am still working through all 58 pages of this giant thread, this has been a very interesting read.
But I managed to make it past post! I think I was able to at least progress to this point, by understanding that I had to use the Strap, then entering the timing of the ram manually (10-10-10-30@Auto voltage). I also increased LLC to High, and Vcore to 1.360V...I am swamped with info it seems, I like it lol.

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The temp is too high, understandably so, since my cooler is not the greatest in the world, and due to the voltage. I've tried 1.360V or so for the longest time but Intel Burn Test fails invariably.
Thanks again, and if anyone has advice in trying to increase efficiency a bit I would welcome any ideas! smile.gif
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On the 212+ it was necessary to fill in the gaps between the direct touch heat pipes with TIM, did you happen to do this? If not I would remove/clean/reinstall your cooler. Those temps are too high for even that cooler. Mine isn't much different (besides the Evo having no gaps between pipes) from yours, and I don't hit 70C. It's something easy too try anyway.

Hope this helps some. thumb.gif

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Now that you mention it, I have some suspicion that I've plastered too much TIM on the cooler.

Believe me, I tried to use isopropyl alcohol to clean that bugger again and again, just couldn't get the dried up TIM from them blasted gaps between the base and heatpipes. Maybe I can just use flowing warm water under tap to loosen the crap and clean with alcohol later? Next time I will try to use a credit card or something to fill in those gaps first, and just go a bit easy on the TIM.

Thanks again for the tips!
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post #584 of 6506
Here is my 24/7 setting for now.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2350800
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And my max OC so far, there is a little more room left, I forgot to disable HT.
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2348504
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Edited by AbsurdMan - 4/29/12 at 11:48pm
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How are you cooling that beast? I'd like to see some temps...
 
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post #586 of 6506
Quote:
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How are you cooling that beast? I'd like to see some temps...

I'm using a single stage phase change.

Max was 16c on core 0. I had a picture but i accidentally hit print screen for the Cine bench pic before saving the one with temps.

I'll run prime again tomorrow and post the results.
Edited by AbsurdMan - 4/29/12 at 11:47pm
post #587 of 6506
AIDA64 after an hour. I haven't tweaked the voltage at all, could probably go a little lower.
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post #588 of 6506
I would really appreciate some additional opinions from the i7-3820 experts here regarding faulty ASUS P9X79 Deluxe Motherboards and a 3820 chip:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1248220/i7-3820-failing-prime95-at-stock-speeds-is-it-the-cpu-the-motherboard-the-ram-or-something-else-how-do-i-figure-it-out


Please read the entire thread before commenting (it's a short one). Thanks!
post #589 of 6506
Maybe a little OT, but check out this price guys.

http://www.microcenter.com/single_product_results.phtml?product_id=0383144
     
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^Very nice, mine was about the same in GBP. sozo.gif
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