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When I first built my pc ram was working fine. all dimms clocked at 1866.

I disasembled to do some painting and such. put it back together and I got cpu light. 2 dimms wouldnt work. couldnt overclock cpu or ram. I tried everything. The board was gone. I went to rma it but the the shipping place closed earlier than I thought.

I thought what the hell. Tried this and everything was working fine again.

Just a thought man.

Cool man - but mine is DRAM related.
I'll wait for my i3 to come in on Thursday, and I'll know for sure what the cause is smile.gif
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So what's the consensus here on Coollaboratory Liquid pro vs Ultra? Is one definitely better than the other?
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So what's the consensus here on Coollaboratory Liquid pro vs Ultra? Is one definitely better than the other?

Ultra vs Pro vs MX4 ...some folks question this chap's method of applying CL products (a bit too much), but he is a well-known HWbot contributor: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NoleD6LSZt0

In my own testing, about 3 C advantage for Ultra over Pro on IHS, but was a limited test
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So what's the consensus here on Coollaboratory Liquid pro vs Ultra? Is one definitely better than the other?
Mx-4 is Meh..

Ultra vs pro on the norm pro wins 1-3c
    
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So what's the consensus here on Coollaboratory Liquid pro vs Ultra? Is one definitely better than the other?
Here is a comparison tw33k did:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1351984/coollaboratory-liquid-ultra-vs-liquid-pro

Basically too close to call which is better. As I tried to point out in an earlier post, there are so many variables when applying TIM that it hard to distinguish between those variables and a statistically significant result. Pro and Ultra apply differently, and that is why I like Ultra, but that is just a personal preference.
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The physics score is almost completely cpu dependent, so the same processor at the same clocks should score almost the same, although system memory also makes a difference. The physics in the new 3dmark & 3dmark 11 uses bullet physics, not physx, so gpu makes no difference.
Thanks.
I looked at a number of 3770k Physics scores, and it would appear (as you pointed out) that your particular RAM definitely affects the score. There was a rather wide variation with some scoring hundreds of points higher with a lower overclock. Either the test is flawed or it is measurably dependent on something other than the chip and overclock.
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Here is a comparison tw33k did:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1351984/coollaboratory-liquid-ultra-vs-liquid-pro

Basically too close to call which is better. As I tried to point out in an earlier post, there are so many variables when applying TIM that it hard to distinguish between those variables and a statistically significant result. Pro and Ultra apply differently, and that is why I like Ultra, but that is just a personal preference.

Hmm which do you think would apply better on a GPU?
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Hmm which do you think would apply better on a GPU?
Good question, I have never tried it on a GPU. I am sure either would work, I just like the consistency of Ultra and the included brushes make it easy to apply as little or as much as you want.
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Hmm which do you think would apply better on a GPU?

Ultra because it cleans up a bit easier. Otherwise performance is almost the same.
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...well, the worst damage went to the IHS, but it can take it - I was so worried about hitting the PCB I literally cut and notched the IHS ::. just think of it as extra vent hole cooling which I was planning anyways biggrin.gif

...next victim were my fingers (more than one...which is why typing is still a bit tricky and a full report comes later)

...the pcb gave me a scare when I saw what appeared as ten-plus copper-colored scratches mad.gif - especially in light of pushing very hard away from the pcb - those were not actually scratches but little pieces of copper that had fallen onto the pcb when I forced the blade into the IHS and cut into it by trying to avoid the pcb biggrin.gif

well atleast you got hurt and not it... wait... lol SAVE TECHNOLOGY AND RUIN ONESELF!! yeeeeeees. tongue.gif
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Hmm which do you think would apply better on a GPU?

either really, they aren't hard to apply.
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