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Poll Results: Which Ivy Bridge CPU did you buy?

This is a multiple choice poll
  • 50% of voters (692)
    i5 3570k
  • 43% of voters (586)
    i7 3770k
  • 6% of voters (91)
    Other
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post #3631 of 7362
I need to dig, but I found a post where I guy did that and did some tests. (That's AC window unit in a wooden sealed box with fans pushing the air through the tubes if anyone didn't notice. But, he did it for around 200 dollars. And got temps better than any air cooling/water cooling setup in a case. Sure it doesn't beat LN2, but he was pumping straight icy cold air non stop in his case. The dude never let his temps INSIDE the case go over 60F. Thats ambient temps of 15C or better ALWAYS! That wins in my book...
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I need to dig, but I found a post where I guy did that and did some tests. (That's AC window unit in a wooden sealed box with fans pushing the air through the tubes if anyone didn't notice. But, he did it for around 200 dollars. And got temps better than any air cooling/water cooling setup in a case. Sure it doesn't beat LN2, but he was pumping straight icy cold air non stop in his case. The dude never let his temps INSIDE the case go over 60F. Thats ambient temps of 15C or better ALWAYS! That wins in my book...

Summer?
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post #3633 of 7362
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Summer?

Not sure.

What I mean in simplier terms is the AC was apart of the case essentially. It was sealed inside a wooden box that was sealed shut to the case with fans pull and pushing the air through the tubing. He also rigged up the temperature censor inside the case. (So, when the temps inside the case go above 60F, the AC would kick on automatically)
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post #3634 of 7362
Quote:
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Not sure.
What I mean in simplier terms is the AC was apart of the case essentially. It was sealed inside a wooden box that was sealed shut to the case with fans pull and pushing the air through the tubing. He also rigged up the temperature censor inside the case. (So, when the temps inside the case go above 60F, the AC would kick on automatically)

Langer1972.....thats him.....
post #3635 of 7362
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Langer1972.....thats him.....

.....
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post #3636 of 7362
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.....

Seriously he just posted temps to me. hes at 100% getting mid 40's

He follows me lol Me and him are admins for the ADHD club.
post #3637 of 7362
Username: Asbestos
Chip Model: Intel Core i7-3770k
Batch #: L223B831
Max OC: 3.7Ghz (Z68 limitations)
CPU-Z Validation Link: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2519931
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Chip Model: Intel Core i7-3770k
Batch #: L223B831
Max OC: 3.7Ghz (Z68 limitations)
CPU-Z Validation Link: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2519931






What do you mean Z68 limitations?
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post #3639 of 7362
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What do you mean Z68 limitations?

I would like to know the same?
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post #3640 of 7362
I think the best way to cool a 24/7 folder would be high end air cooling, you don't risk burning your chip if your pump fails. Or perhaps a dual pump setup for redundancy, with a 240 rad for the cpu and a good quality waterblock. What I've always wanted is a water chiller, one of those aquarium units. They are REALLY pricey but they can keep the water in your loop in a fixed temperature of your choosing, and move that cold water through your waterblock. No need for a radiator at all! Plus, you can insulate and go subzero whenever you want tongue.gif
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