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...here is another wooden hybrid, just for ideas http://www.bit-tech.net/modding/case-mod/2009/12/14/cygnus-x1-by-attila-lukacs-oldnewby/7

I have a woodshop where i make one of a kind in-laid wood table tops and chess sets
Now this Guy has truly inspired me to fuse my two passions
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I kind of figured as such. Not sure what gpus to run but thinking 680s since I haz one already lol but with the res im thinking a dual 400mm set up on the roof that come up right beside each other and then having myself route and make some good curved pieces come and connect flush with the res's and coming back down a bit in the middle. I plan to hide all of the rads and the pumps and fans in a back side like the mountain mods cases were it has two sides sort of thing. tongue.gif

Nope...Sell that 680, don't be silly. It's crazy weak compared to a Titan or a 7970, and overclocks a lot less unless you do a lot of complicated hard mods, and still won't yield a big improvement. Each 50mhz you add to a 7970 are much more noticeable for benching.
Plus you can now even FOLD on AMD cards man, they give great ppd using open cl biggrin.gif (weak compute on the 680s vs a 7970 too)
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Yeah 7950 or 7970s?

7970s
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Id rather get the galaxy cards as they seem to be having higher clocks for benching.

Nope, reference 7970's have voltage control, non ref don't except for a few. Non ref like the Matrix platinum have all the bells and whistles, and are awesome for ln2, or a lightning.
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I have a woodshop where i make one of a kind in-laid wood table tops and chess sets
Now this Guy has truly inspired me to fuse my two passions
http://www.overclock.net/t/584302/ocn-water-cooling-club-and-picture-gallery/790#post_8078992

Go for it!!!
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Ok guys I have something really wierd (and scary) that I have just discovered. On my AsRock Z77 Extreme4 I am at 4.8Ghz stress testing right now using Level 2 LLC with +.010 offset and .102 additional turbo boost. CPU-z is reporting 1.36v, but I just used my DMM on the voltage points on the back of the board and it reads 1.46v! Temps have maxed out at 73c and I'm on test 12 of the 8k test I think. I'm going to try Level 5 LLC and see if that helps. I am using 20 DCV on my DMM is that the right setting? This cant be right.

EDIT: I just stopped the test and checked my voltage during idle and it was about 1.05 so that means this is correct (about .03 off), right? My BIOS reads 1.08 vcore. CPU-z reads .960 vcore at the desktop.

Common issue on the AsRock Z77 boards it looks like, even my OC Formula has this issue although it is nowhere near as bad as it is on the Extreme 4.
You can find thread on the subject in here http://www.overclock.net/t/1360404/asrock-z77-extreme-4-vcore-reading
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That's not the point. The point to see how good your chip is, to 'bin' it. Boot at 1.3v, if you can get software overclock (not booting) to 5ghz or above, it's worth delidding. Below that is a judgement call or simply not worth it. like less than 4.8 would be not worth delidding and a bad chip. 5ghz@1.36v and having issues doesn't really sound like a great chip, but maybe you have a decent chip.

I will need more than 1.36v(or maybe other tweaks like enabling PLL overvoltage), BUT looking here - http://www.overclock.net/t/1247869/official-the-ivy-bridge-stable-suicide-club-guides-voltages-temps-bios-templates-inc-spreadsheet/0_100 at the 3570K 5ghz OC's, the lowest vcore is 1.368v.

If delidding really knocks ~20C off of load temps, I'm pretty sure I've got a good shot at 5ghz.
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This with wood would be more Epic.



4 Monsta's? Valguar ready to play with the big boys now lol.

I could make you one out of wood. Cost a pretty penny though.
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Ok, I applied liquid pro on the die and on the inside ihs according to VonDutch method smile.gif Thanks man, you were really helpful but man, that liquid is like T1000 from terminator biggrin.gif So far everything works, Im curently testing it, and I have a 4.5GHZ@1.2V and temps are hoovering around 46*C on all cores. Id say I have like 15-20 temp drop, I applied MX-2 on IHS. Ill post pics later
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hey guys so this best i can get the intel glue off the pcb, is it ok to leave at that and just use it ?



also can you notice the scratched area ? it is still working i tried it and it booted no problem, i will put clear nail polish on it the scratched area, will this be ok ? keep in mind this area will be heating up maybe till 85c....
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hey guys so this best i can get the intel glue off the pcb, is it ok to leave at that and just use it ?



also can you notice the scratched area ? it is still working i tried it and it booted no problem, i will put clear nail polish on it the scratched area, will this be ok ? keep in mind this area will be heating up maybe till 85c....

Yea thats fine you should just take a credit card and scrape along it with some force and it will leave a stain, but it will come off. You would be suprised how much that pcb can handle. Its just no match against a blade. I got every piece of glue off of mine! Do it! You want that IHS to be basically sitting on the die.
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Get as much glue off the pcb as you can, so as the ihs to sit properly on it. A shade of glue will not harm though.
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So I ran a 4.7Ghz bench all night and I have finally figured how much "real" voltage it needs. Ready? 1.46v. Bleh. Here is after a ten hour run of P95 blend.

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