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post #1921 of 3634
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Originally Posted by vaporizer View Post

I don't know how he did his, but I know you can use a hair dryer and a little love to get them off.

just to be clear, when i use the hairdryer to soften up the tape, or whatever they are attached with, i can just pull them of?
post #1922 of 3634
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Originally Posted by TheDoctor46 View Post

Well, I tried 4.5GHz all the way up to 1.3V and it still gives errors in event viewer pretty quickly, but that's a bit immaterial because I'm sure the temps at 1.3V would be too high to be practical. So 4.4GHz @1.270V it will have to be.

Is that using the CPU Auto voltage or with CPU manual voltage settings?
post #1923 of 3634
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Originally Posted by 404usernotfound View Post

just to be clear, when i use the hairdryer to soften up the tape, or whatever they are attached with, i can just pull them of?


You have to be gentle. Use a plastic scraper so you don't scratch the paint on the sinks like I did. So it some love when pulling them off. Take your time. The one on the SB came off real easy for me.
post #1924 of 3634
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Originally Posted by Tyreman View Post

Is that using the CPU Auto voltage or with CPU manual voltage settings?

That's using manual voltage. I haven't tried reducing the voltage, but I sort of know from when I tried to clock to 4.4 manually (and failed) I took it up to about 1.260, so the 1.270 isn't much more than is needed, if at all.
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i don't remember who was telling me that my dominator platinum could go higher , so since i was unable to run sli on xp i tried oc on my ram and succesfully made it

i managed my Corsair CMD16GX3M4A2400C9 kit to reach at 2600mhz with the amazing voltage of 1.60v





so as at last is a 1.25v voltage of cpu i/o and cpu sa 1.000v safe for a 24/7 use?
post #1926 of 3634
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Originally Posted by p3gaz_001 View Post

i don't remember who was telling me that my dominator platinum could go higher , so since i was unable to run sli on xp i tried oc on my ram and succesfully made it

so as at last is a 1.25v voltage of cpu i/o and cpu sa 1.000v safe for a 24/7 use?

According to the chart in this thread

http://www.overclock.net/t/1247413/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-with-ln2-guide-at-the-end

The SA is ok, but the VCCIO is high....
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Originally Posted by p3gaz_001 
i managed my Corsair CMD16GX3M4A2400C9 kit to reach at 2600mhz with the amazing voltage of 1.60v

I have been playing with my Vengeance which is XMP1600 CL9 and got it up to 2133 @12-12-12-30 2T using 1.505V!!!!! and I haven't even tried reducing the timings yet. I think that's a pretty good overclock even if I leave it as it is.
Edited by TheDoctor46 - 1/29/13 at 12:06pm
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Does anyone have an idea of what these devices are?



Also, I keep hearing the sound of a device disconnecting and then connecting again. Does anyone have any idea what I can do to identify which device it is? I am not unplugging anything btw. It happened a few times while I was running windows media player, something disconnected, media player stopped working.
post #1928 of 3634
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Originally Posted by TheDoctor46 View Post

That's using manual voltage. I haven't tried reducing the voltage, but I sort of know from when I tried to clock to 4.4 manually (and failed) I took it up to about 1.260, so the 1.270 isn't much more than is needed, if at all.

I`ve got it down to 1.2900 cpu v at 4.5 by changing couple things but on manual cpu volts here to
post #1929 of 3634
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Originally Posted by Sevada88 View Post

Does anyone have an idea of what these devices are?



Also, I keep hearing the sound of a device disconnecting and then connecting again. Does anyone have any idea what I can do to identify which device it is? I am not unplugging anything btw. It happened a few times while I was running windows media player, something disconnected, media player stopped working.

Isn't the one want the blue tooth download from the M Power site driver download Atheros blue tooth driver?
other one Intel management driver?
post #1930 of 3634
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Originally Posted by Tyreman View Post

Isn't the one want the blue tooth download from the M Power site driver download Atheros blue tooth driver?
other one Intel management driver?

Minor change, I disabled the onboard bluetooth controller and the only device remaining if "unknown".
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