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I shouldn't be saying this but - i3 can be de-lidded too right? tongue.gif

Haven't seen a single person de-lid an i3, nor report it.
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Thanks... but those sideway bracket are my trademark sad face frown.gif
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

I shouldn't be saying this but - i3 can be de-lidded too right? tongue.gif

Haven't seen a single person de-lid an i3, nor report it.

There's an i3-3220 in the back, for a build I made for a customer ... The temptation to delid it is great redface.gif
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There's an i3-3220 in the back, for a build I made for a customer ... The temptation to delid it is great redface.gif

I'm getting an i3...in under a week...oh lol @ me.
I got the 3225 coming in for my mum's PC build smile.gif
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There's an i3-3220 in the back, for a build I made for a customer ... The temptation to delid it is great redface.gif

I'm getting an i3...in under a week...oh lol @ me.
I got the 3225 coming in for my mum's PC build smile.gif

I got my mom an A8-5800K. Cheaper, better alternative wink.gif
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Also @ Vondutch in the bios my blck was already set too 100 it just reads as 100.52 apparently

@chann3l, I have the same motherboard as you. I have discovered (at least on mine) that the MPower BIOS sometimes has a mind of its own. If I set BCLK to 100.0 (the auto setting) and then boot and look at Control Center or CPUZ, sometimes it says 100.0 and other times when I boot, it says 100.5. I really believe it is setting it to 100.5 in the latter case. I usually set mine to 100.1 in the BIOS, that way it takes it off the auto setting, and I always get 100.1.

Another thing you might notice is that if you set your memory speed to 2400 or above and VCCIO and VCCSA to auto, the BIOS will set VCCIO to 1.25V and VCCSA to 1.0V. If you set the memory speed to 2200 or below, and VCCIO and VCCSA to auto, the BIOS will always set VCCIO to 1.05V and VCCSA to 0.92V. I contacted MSI about this and they sent me a beta bios, but it does the same thing. I contacted them again and they said that is the way it is supposed to work. I'm not necessarily convinced that it is the way it is supposed to work.

You might also want to try lowering your PLL. I found that I could set my PLL to 1.60V and still be stable. It really helps lower my temps. I'm not sure above 5GHz though, it may need higher PLL. I still can't seem to get mine completely stable above 5GHz (i.e. 12Hrs Prime 95 blend 90% memory).
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I got my mom an A8-5800K. Cheaper, better alternative wink.gif

Good processor - especially seeing as it is a quad core smile.gif!
But I want that HD4000's GFX & an intel motherboard rolleyes.gif

I quite like intel.
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I got my mom an A8-5800K. Cheaper, better alternative wink.gif

Good processor - especially seeing as it is a quad core smile.gif!
But I want that HD4000's GFX & an intel motherboard rolleyes.gif

I quite like intel.

Intel is nice when you need power tongue.gif

She looks up recipes and checks her emails. Not too much power required. HD4000 or AMD 6670 ... I wonder which is better ... (I'm not stating anything, I actually want to know. brb researching)
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@chann3l, I have the same motherboard as you. I have discovered (at least on mine) that the MPower BIOS sometimes has a mind of its own. If I set BCLK to 100.0 (the auto setting) and then boot and look at Control Center or CPUZ, sometimes it says 100.0 and other times when I boot, it says 100.5. I really believe it is setting it to 100.5 in the latter case. I usually set mine to 100.1 in the BIOS, that way it takes it off the auto setting, and I always get 100.1.

Another thing you might notice is that if you set your memory speed to 2400 or above and VCCIO and VCCSA to auto, the BIOS will set VCCIO to 1.25V and VCCSA to 1.0V. If you set the memory speed to 2200 or below, and VCCIO and VCCSA to auto, the BIOS will always set VCCIO to 1.05V and VCCSA to 0.92V. I contacted MSI about this and they sent me a beta bios, but it does the same thing. I contacted them again and they said that is the way it is supposed to work. I'm not necessarily convinced that it is the way it is supposed to work.

You might also want to try lowering your PLL. I found that I could set my PLL to 1.60V and still be stable. It really helps lower my temps. I'm not sure above 5GHz though, it may need higher PLL. I still can't seem to get mine completely stable above 5GHz (i.e. 12Hrs Prime 95 blend 90% memory).

thanks for all the pointers. I have my ram nice and stable at 2133 no real desire to go higher than that but i'll keep that in mind if I do. Now its ay 10000 khz so i guess 10010 right? I have pll overvoltage enabled and my temps are great. I do 4.6 ghz for a 24 hour oc at 1.27 volts and my hottest core is 62 in ibt max stress. Even at 4.9 ghz at 1.45 my max is 73 degrees. I got mostly stable at 5 ghz enough to do 9 runs of ibt no bsod just linpack stopped responding. The problem is that if I want to get it more stable i'd have to push past 1.57 volts which would probably take temps from mid 80s to 90 or so lol.
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I shouldn't be saying this but - i3 can be de-lidded too right? tongue.gif

Haven't seen a single person de-lid an i3, nor report it.

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Originally Posted by dmanstasiu View Post

Intel is nice when you need power tongue.gif

She looks up recipes and checks her emails. Not too much power required. HD4000 or AMD 6670 ... I wonder which is better ... (I'm not stating anything, I actually want to know. brb researching)

HD4000 is equivalent to an 8600gt, and slower than the igp in the A10-5800k by a fair margin (Llano igpu was already faster)
The processor is way better though, and you can upgrade to a faster real quad core later on with Intel.

And yeah, you can delid those...I've seen a report of a IB Celeron delid a few days ago, some chinese dude did it for kinks.
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