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Just my opinion, but if you like your currently multiplier but not your temps, then you should consider delidding. If you want to increase your multiplier as much as possible then a chip that can do 4.5 at 1.2v is perfect, at 1.25v should be fine depending on what you want, and over 1.3v then it is not a great candidate.

And Swag, the only way that rig is going to looks its absolute best and perform quietly is water cooling, start saving your money. Don't know how it will perform yet, but an H220, plus another rad, fittings, tubing, coolant, gpu block+backplate, and a few fans should be in the $400 neighborhood.
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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

Just my opinion, but if you like your currently multiplier but not your temps, then you should consider delidding. If you want to increase your multiplier as much as possible then a chip that can do 4.5 at 1.2v is perfect, at 1.25v should be fine depending on what you want, and over 1.3v then it is not a great candidate.

And Swag, the only way that rig is going to looks its absolute best and perform quietly is water cooling, start saving your money. Don't know how it will perform yet, but an H220, plus another rad, fittings, tubing, coolant, gpu block+backplate, and a few fans should be in the $400 neighborhood.
Agreed im not sure the price tag of that new swiftech but my custom loop has ran me about 450 so far and I haven't even added my gpu yet lol. Its well worth it tho both performance and aesthetic wise.thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by chann3l View Post

Agreed im not sure the price tag of that new swiftech but my custom loop has ran me about 450 so far and I haven't even added my gpu yet lol. Its well worth it tho both performance and aesthetic wise.thumb.gif

Is h220 better than the equivalent rad size for the xspc ray storm kit with a d5 pump?
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My CLU just arrived. Didn't expect it to get here so fast since I ordered it on Friday evening. Should be driving down to MC this weekend if we don't get snow and swap out my #3227C383 for a new chip biggrin.gif
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Hey guys,
found today at work some stuff to practice on for the delidding of my 3570K.
Got an old pentium 4 @ 2,4 GhZ to delid and 2 Xeons from 2005, started already with the pentium and it worked out fine so i think i gonna order some liquid ultra then in the next few days biggrin.gif



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Agreed im not sure the price tag of that new swiftech but my custom loop has ran me about 450 so far and I haven't even added my gpu yet lol. Its well worth it tho both performance and aesthetic wise.thumb.gif

That's too much monies...probably cause of new compression fittings. If you cheap out and go for barbs/clamps and duralene tubing you will spend around 250usd for a single gpu and cpu loop.
300 max xD (dual 240 swiftech mcr-220xp or qp, single 35x pump, raystorm block, swiftech micro res, duralene tubing 10ft)
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Is h220 better than the equivalent rad size for the xspc ray storm kit with a d5 pump?

H220 is better and cheaper...has pwm control too.
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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

Just my opinion, but if you like your currently multiplier but not your temps, then you should consider delidding. If you want to increase your multiplier as much as possible then a chip that can do 4.5 at 1.2v is perfect, at 1.25v should be fine depending on what you want, and over 1.3v then it is not a great candidate.

And Swag, the only way that rig is going to looks its absolute best and perform quietly is water cooling, start saving your money. Don't know how it will perform yet, but an H220, plus another rad, fittings, tubing, coolant, gpu block+backplate, and a few fans should be in the $400 neighborhood.
thats where im stuck i dont no if i want to spend 400$ on water cooling or on another 670. i will eventually do both just not in the same month. im really thinking of going with another 670 first.
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thats where im stuck i dont no if i want to spend 400$ on water cooling or on another 670. i will eventually do both just not in the same month. im really thinking of going with another 670 first.
performance or coolness ?

...well, the 3 670ies for tri-SLI were easy compared to wrestling with 1/2 inch tubing, stuffing a 360 radiator where it was not designed to go with 6 120mm fans and a mpc 655 PUMP which is a lot bigger than in catalogued pictures...but the tubing is the worst....sort of like wrestling a python...in another day or so, I should be finished - unless the 'snake' decides to stop biting and start leaking wink.gif
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I lol'd...hopefully it won't spit poison on your components wink.gif
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...well, the 3 670ies for tri-SLI were easy compared to wrestling with 1/2 inch tubing, stuffing a 360 radiator where it was not designed to go with 6 120mm fans and a mpc 655 PUMP which is a lot bigger than in catalogued pictures...but the tubing is the worst....sort of like wrestling a python...in another day or so, I should be finished - unless the 'snake' decides to stop biting and start leaking wink.gif

Good analogy, those tubes never want to go exactly the way you picture them, & then have to check barbs when giving it a twist, etc.

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