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What country do you live in?

Just asking, because home fuses in the US wont support that kind of power draw from a single outlet. Most can support "only" ~1800watts max.
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I live in Australia Mate no problem with power draw here tongue.gif Currents about 240v per socket.

Edit out irrelevant words.
Edited by Darlinangel - 2/19/13 at 2:27am
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I live in Australia Mate no problem with power draw here tongue.gif Currents about 240v per socket.

Edit out irrelevant words.

That's voltage not current. How many amps are breakers rated for where you live?
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Electricity supply in Australia

Normal Household Electricity is: 240 volts, 50 Hz, 10 amps max.

The normal mains voltage in Australia is 240 volts, but this can vary between 216 and 254 volts depending on time and load conditions in the distribution system.
The normal maximum current capacity is 10 Amps, but 15 and 20 Amp plug and socket combinations are available, when used with appropriately rated sub-circuits.

The operating frequency is 50 Hertz
Don't know the exact amp of the terminal I have here but it can be upgraded easy enough. Look like I have 3 circuits available max load each circuits 2400w. Can upgrade to 3 phase electric for around 300 dollars by my electricity company if needed smile.gif
Edited by Darlinangel - 2/19/13 at 8:28am
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Electricity supply in Australia

Normal Household Electricity is: 240 volts, 50 Hz, 10 amps max.

The normal mains voltage in Australia is 240 volts, but this can vary between 216 and 254 volts depending on time and load conditions in the distribution system.
The normal maximum current capacity is 10 Amps, but 15 and 20 Amp plug and socket combinations are available, when used with appropriately rated sub-circuits.

The operating frequency is 50 Hertz
Don't know the exact amp of the terminal I have here but it can be upgraded easy enough. Look like I have 3 circuits available max load each circuits 2400w. Can upgrade to 3 phase electric for around 300 dollars by my electricity company if needed smile.gif

Holly molly, that's a lot of current!! Wish we had this here!
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Electricity supply in Australia

Normal Household Electricity is: 240 volts, 50 Hz, 10 amps max.

The normal mains voltage in Australia is 240 volts, but this can vary between 216 and 254 volts depending on time and load conditions in the distribution system.
The normal maximum current capacity is 10 Amps, but 15 and 20 Amp plug and socket combinations are available, when used with appropriately rated sub-circuits.

The operating frequency is 50 Hertz
Don't know the exact amp of the terminal I have here but it can be upgraded easy enough. Look like I have 3 circuits available max load each circuits 2400w. Can upgrade to 3 phase electric for around 300 dollars by my electricity company if needed smile.gif
Damn ! You got me beat, I only have 2 - 2400 watt circuits. BTW where are my manners, Welcome to our club and it is good to see another rabid cooler in our forum. Hey Rognin how are you ? wave2.gif
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Not bad, love the chilly weather! biggrin.gif

But I can;t wait to take out my second love of my life in April. thumb.gif
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Not bad, love the chilly weather! biggrin.gif

But I can;t wait to take out my second love of my life in April. thumb.gif
I concour, nothing like the twist of the wrist to get the adrenalin going ! bike.gifthumb.gif
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Thanks well extreme cooling is always a challenge as so many thing can go wrong even when every step is taken. One thing to have the cooling on hand another thing about the chip if it can take it extreme temperatures, likes high voltages can clock high and if it even stable. Just really hard to pretest a chip with exact variables but end goal is 5.5-6ghz stable seeing i can get stable water temps at around 5gz to 5.2ghz dependent on the chip of course with turbo/hyper threading enabled. Going anywhere higher seem to be failing too many stress test at the given temps.

Chips I have water cooled before. Our favorite little 3770k, she maybe small but she packs a punch at 4.8ghz been an Ivy seem to clock faster then Sandy core to core. On our 3970x with six core blasting be 5ghz max but uncomfortable max at 5.2ghz stable use 24/7 with all the bells and whistles still playing. Even for enthusiastic users that is more then enough speed for everything that we do. The effect I am noticing with clocking up the processor to higher and even higher speed is that you increase how much you can do I mean with 3.5ghz let say stock. You can have 3 maybe four flash apps going and a java app while your getting noticeable bottleneck either from the processor or ram. But you bring it up to 4.5ghz now your able to run 5-6 flash apps with java getting barely any bottleneck or slow down. Pushing it up to 4.8ghz and your sweet to do what you need to do as long as you have the cooling available too.

Most people think driving up the speed makes programs more unstable but from my experience, really is the opposite and the vast improvement with even simple basic overclocking saves you a lot of headaches with slow downs and bottle necking. When your clocking it up on these newer generation of chips compare to the older is that you can load all the cores up without the slow down effect with previous generations which is true core to core performance. The difference from stock to overclocked you sit down a total newbie to the computer let him play around with it for a day he can tell you which computer runs faster. Why is that so? From what I conclude is that when you clock it up it doesn't clock in a linear line and it's actual speeds are a lot faster then what it is stated which I have seen in benchmarks time and time again.

Anyways enough about my boring conclusions on the effect of clocking up processors and the benefits of a higher overclocked system because we all know it already. I really just enjoy a stable, fast computer system because we are now beyond the point of technology when you have to put up with sub rated speeds. Even my portable work station laptop clocked up to 4.5ghz on four cores with 32gb of ram. Juicing her up more the air cooler can't keep up, with duel sli 680gtx mobile solution too overclocked to max stable setting she puts out a hell of a lot of heat and the case stats generating static which really hurt sometimes. But no I don't game on her since desk tops are double her spec doesn't mean she can't pump out fps though smile.gif
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So is anyone making tec blocks/controllers at all now?
Would really want one for my i7 3820.
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