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post #2231 of 3170
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Are you connecting through a home router (layer 3 switch)? Do you have dhcp turned on , on your router or dhcp server?
All you have to do is plug in a usb stick and then there is a shortcut key for screenshots(i cant remember but it is in the manual)

DHCP is def turned on, frown.gif
post #2232 of 3170
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You are afraid to overheat the board??? If you mean the chipset on the board or the vrm's then you should probably stick a fan on then. If you delidded your cpu why not take off the heatsinks on your mobo and put better thermal paste on them? Then mount a fan blowing on them. This would be the easiest solution unless you want to water cool it.

I tested my vrm temperatures by running prime 95 8k fft for 30 minutes to heat them up then I used an IR gun to find the hottest part of the VRM heatsink which happened to be the upper right side of the heatsink above the cpu socket, the one on the left of the cpu socket stayed pretty cool, the hottest part of the upper heatsink was 177 degrees fahrenheit which equates to 80 degrees celsius, keep in mind that I have a 200mm side fan that had to be taken off with the side panel of the HAF932 to do this.

1. Is my chipset overheating or are they made for these temps?

2. When I game will those vrms be as hot just because x amount of vcore is being run or is more based on how hard the cpu is working? i.e. gaming would not heat the vrms up as much?

3. What temperature would you say is dangerous to the VRM's?
post #2233 of 3170
will a SLI of GTX 670 Phantom fit in this? I already have one and I was thinking about doing a SLI and by wa tching at it, i'm kind of skeptical biggrin.gif what do you guys say about this?
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post #2234 of 3170
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will a SLI of GTX 670 Phantom fit in this? I already have one and I was thinking about doing a SLI and by wa tching at it, i'm kind of skeptical biggrin.gif what do you guys say about this?

i have 2 680's
post #2235 of 3170
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i have 2 680's

Are they tri-slot? Cause the phantom is tri-slot :s
Edited by wallop - 12/1/12 at 9:19am
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post #2236 of 3170
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Are they tri-slot? Cause the phantom is tri-slot :s

There is room for tri-slot SLI. Just look at the board layout and count the slots.
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Okay, thanks, i'll check again and see if it's okay, I also hope I can keep my pci sound card in there also
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post #2238 of 3170
would upgrading my extreme 4 to a better board help me any in overclocking my cpu and the temps of it or would there not be a big difference say if i got this board here http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157344
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post #2239 of 3170
Just rigged a 40mm fan to each of the vrm heat sinks on my extreme4 and I think that should solve my worries about vrm temps
post #2240 of 3170
Not sure a motherboard (damn ipad spell check) exists that can run two triple slots with a pci card. You may want to run a dual slot gpu wit a matching frequency in slot 1. Then your pci card behind it. Otherwise your looking for miracles!
Edited by chronicfx - 12/1/12 at 5:27pm
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