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Couldn't resist, it was just too easy to bold it. biggrin.gif
Dunno about that, 2 x 680s with a 5Ghz cpu can pull 1000w, little bit of voltage to the gpus can pull a lot of watts. Not talking frozen with high volts, air cooled with less than 100mV added.

Unless you have a SB-E CPU pulling ridiculous power from the wall, I don't see how 2 680's with only a 100mV offset and a CPU at 5GHz could ever add up to 1kW.

They draw more power than you might think overclocked.
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FTW, should the power that is supplied thru the pcie slot be added to that, or am I off base

Didn't think of that, the mobo & everything but the gpu was powered from one PSU, Just the 2 x pci-e plugs running off the second PSU. I'll throw in the 2nd lightning & just test the single psu with 2 x 680, I'm running a 2600k right now but should be similar power draw to a 3770k for a whole system test.

Edit: It was a bit of a shocker, went to try with 2600k at 4.5Ghz, 2 x 680L at 1400/1752, +100mV. Got a full rig shutdown in gt1, 1080W showing on the meter. Tried cards completely stock volts & clocks (ln2 bios), pulls 756w from the wall.
OCed +100 on the core & +499 mem (1307/1752), no added volts, 820w from the wall. Added 50mV with same clock, 900w from the wall.
Only extras attached to the mobo are 2 case fans & 1 ssd. Cooling is externally powered.
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They draw more power than you might think overclocked.

...far more ! thumb.gif

3770K
@ stock Tjmax = 77watts, @ 5.2 Ghz over 200 watts (close to 3x Tjmax stock)...just finished some benching @ 5.3 w/SLI oc'ed 670, realized I better hurry up and install that Corsair AX1200 lying in the floor
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Well I stand corrected.

It's surprising how much a little voltage will do.
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maybe this is why my 670 throttles when i hit 140% power target with the modded bios @ 1.2v it cant take that much wattage?
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Well I stand corrected.

It's surprising how much a little voltage will do.

...no matter whether your name is Ivan, Bill, Will or Johnson biggrin.gif
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Well tonight is a huge piss off! I decided to hell with it I am tired of waiting and want to play. So I set out to rip the lid off of my 3570k. It all looked simple enough to do. I started trying to get the blade to slide under the lid and just could not get under it for the life of me. I spent about half an hour going around it trying to find a gap in the bloody thing with no luck at all. Then I saw one of my small pin removal tools that looked as it would help get under to start this along. It did not. At that point I got mad and rammy and now my cpu is a paper weight. frown.gif Lesson learned not to do stuff after work when I'm already having no patience. I'm not turned away from this idea though and will try again with my new one. lol I have read a few of the guides all over the net about this but still didnt help me. Any advice anyone can give on getting the bloody knife in to start this? Are some of the lids tighter then others? Mine had no gap at all around the thing. So mad at myself right now. I hate this other computer and well already miss mine. Bah!!
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Well tonight is a huge piss off! I decided to hell with it I am tired of waiting and want to play. So I set out to rip the lid off of my 3570k. It all looked simple enough to do. I started trying to get the blade to slide under the lid and just could not get under it for the life of me. I spent about half an hour going around it trying to find a gap in the bloody thing with no luck at all. Then I saw one of my small pin removal tools that looked as it would help get under to start this along. It did not. At that point I got mad and rammy and now my cpu is a paper weight. frown.gif Lesson learned not to do stuff after work when I'm already having no patience. I'm not turned away from this idea though and will try again with my new one. lol I have read a few of the guides all over the net about this but still didnt help me. Any advice anyone can give on getting the bloody knife in to start this? Are some of the lids tighter then others? Mine had no gap at all around the thing. So mad at myself right now. I hate this other computer and well already miss mine. Bah!!

What type of razor blade did you use?
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Well I got my Q6600 to replace the Celeron D 356 I was using. Figured I would delid the celey for kicks. Well, apparently mine was soldered. I knew the temps were way too good for there to be TIM under the lid, I mean I was running about 60C with it overclock to 4.7GHz...

Oh well, I think its gonna be no good now, I might glue it back together, drill a hole in the corner, and use it for a fashionable keychain!

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Well tonight is a huge piss off! I decided to hell with it I am tired of waiting and want to play. So I set out to rip the lid off of my 3570k. It all looked simple enough to do. I started trying to get the blade to slide under the lid and just could not get under it for the life of me. I spent about half an hour going around it trying to find a gap in the bloody thing with no luck at all. Then I saw one of my small pin removal tools that looked as it would help get under to start this along. It did not. At that point I got mad and rammy and now my cpu is a paper weight. frown.gif Lesson learned not to do stuff after work when I'm already having no patience. I'm not turned away from this idea though and will try again with my new one. lol I have read a few of the guides all over the net about this but still didnt help me. Any advice anyone can give on getting the bloody knife in to start this? Are some of the lids tighter then others? Mine had no gap at all around the thing. So mad at myself right now. I hate this other computer and well already miss mine. Bah!!

You have to be extremely patient - I spent a good majority of 15mins trying to find one single opening - basically you have to wiggle it.
Sorry to hear about your chip frown.gif

Valguar - I will make a video of my de-lid (once i have my rig back).

Remember -> I video'ed everything I did.
I will make a commentary over it too, explaining the process and what to do.

EDIT:
Might be criminal to de-lid mum's i3...
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What type of razor blade did you use?

I was using one like this one in the pic. I thought it was thin enough to get under anything.
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