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Originally Posted by stickg1 View Post

Can you tell us what voltage for 4.5GHz? If it's over 1.3v you really have no chance of running 5GHz for a 24/7 Overclock. You might be able to hit it for benching but you will be well past 1.6v, at least any chip I have used that needs more than 1.3v seems to top out around 4.7-4.8 if you follow the 1.52v guideline.
Yeah I agree. Those EVGA Signature2's with the dual fans even. They look nice and have better cooling.

1.344 volts is what i need to get to 4.5ghz DAMMIT!!!!!

What is the 1.52v guideline????
 
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I'm waiting for my Coolaboratory Pro to come by mail and I have a few questions.
Is it possible to remove the IHS altogether? The IHS have a certain thickness, will the heatsink still be touching the CPU without the IHS?
If the IHS is used, does the Coolaboratory Pro bond the heatsink to the IHS so that it's difficult to remove? If that's the case it's better for me to use something like the PK-1 between the heatsink and the IHS.
Edited by cowsgomoo - 2/25/13 at 9:36pm
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No point in removing the ihs altogether...indeed, do use pk1 between the heatsink and ihs and ultra for the die. Much cleaner and works just as good, if not a bit worse (2-5c)
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BF3 on Ultra settings 8xAA/16xAF Filter looks BEAUTIFUL. tongue.gif So damn sexy...
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...I thought it was a good idea to go with 1/2 inner diameter / 3/4 inch outer diameter - nothing but the best for my favorite machine...and this is how that little piglet pays me back ! gunner.gif

...but at least now it is not a big python anymore, but a pile of smaller ones (finished cutting and it seems to actually fit now smile.gif , unlike in the first attempt

...custom loop purring away now to match delidded potential performance envelope...no leaks and just a bunch of happy little pythons (bloodshed red PrimoFlex adv.LRT ) pumping EK blood-red liquids- no sound to the pump on 4:5 and all the air bubbles seem to have escaped (for now at least) smile.gif
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...custom loop purring away now to match delidded potential performance envelope...no leaks and just a bunch of happy little pythons (bloodshed red PrimoFlex adv.LRT ) pumping EK blood-red liquids- no sound to the pump on 4:5 and all the air bubbles seem to have escaped (for now at least) smile.gif
Glad it's all working out for you.thumb.gif
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Glad it's all working out for you.thumb.gif

...thanks chann31 ! I'm sure you remember your first leak-test biggrin.gif This is my first-ever custom loop after playing with closed-loops for a while...went the harder way with the 360 rad positioning now so that it will be much easier to set up a second 360 (or 2x 240) 'in the roof' for the three GPUs though they seem to be running fairly cool even after modding the bios and upping the power target to 150%. Final assembly and case modding tomorrow...
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is there anything else that happens with the comp when you start it up?

Nothing else, 3 beeps, then waits a few seconds and 3 beeps again. Put my friends 3770k in and it boots right up.

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I'm sorry to hear that - what happened? frown.gif


Posted pics a few pages back, scratched PCB in delidding attempt. This sucks frown.gif
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Nothing else, 3 beeps, then waits a few seconds and 3 beeps again. Put my friends 3770k in and it boots right up.
Posted pics a few pages back, scratched PCB in delidding attempt. This sucks frown.gif

...have you tried covering all the scratches with (non conductive) MX4 (or even nail polish) ? This works if you did not actually sever lanes...also, delidding changes the geometry slightly and there are times when adjusting the cooler clamps / screws can yield results...may be this will not work here, but it may - and you have nothing left to loose with that 3770K.
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I'm waiting for my Coolaboratory Pro to come by mail and I have a few questions.
Is it possible to remove the IHS altogether? The IHS have a certain thickness, will the heatsink still be touching the CPU without the IHS?
If the IHS is used, does the Coolaboratory Pro bond the heatsink to the IHS so that it's difficult to remove? If that's the case it's better for me to use something like the PK-1 between the heatsink and the IHS.

Is it possible to remove the IHS altogether? Yes, my waterblock is directly mounted to my CPU die. I think there are a few others here with similar setups.

The IHS have a certain thickness, will the heatsink still be touching the CPU without the IHS? Some heatsinks such as the stock Intel heatsink that have a fixed height will not make contact with the die. You need to have a waterblock or heat sink where you can adjust the height.

If the IHS is used, does the Coolaboratory Pro bond the heatsink to the IHS so that it's difficult to remove? I've only been using CLP for a couple months, but have experimented with different mounts, and never had a problem. The CLP remained liquid and the IHS easily removed. I have read that it "hardens" over time, but I don't think so much so that it is difficult to separate the two surfaces. The only problem with CLP is that it is hard to completely wipe it off of metal surfaces. If you wish to remove all remaining residue, the manufacturer recommends using metal polish. People are going to throw stones at me for saying this, but I have successfully used "Weiman" metal polish several times without any ill effects. Here is a link to the manufacturer's instuctions: http://www.coollaboratory.com/pdf/manual_liquid_pro_englisch.pdf

I tried PK-1, but had better results with CLP.
Edited by MikeG - 2/26/13 at 2:58am
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