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Originally Posted by kesawi View Post

I opened up XTU and seem to be missing quite a lot of the tweaking options, and can't get the memory options despite ticking the checkbox in the settings. I increased the multiplier to 45 but still had to manually adjust VCore through Gigabyte Easy Tune 6 to get it stable. Changing the Additional Turbo Voltage setting in XTU didn't impact VCore or stability at all.



I'm now running 4.5GHz @ 1.290V which droops to 1.272V according to CPU-Z under load. It survived 5 minutes of stress testing under XTU and so far 30 minutes of Prime95 custom blend with 90% memory utilisation. I've left it running while I'm at work so will have 12 hours by this evening. I did notice a couple of WHEA errors in the event log during the stress testing so far. Do I need to be worried about these?

...sorry for being short...in meetings typing on a small mobile...why only 5 min on XTU ? Memory or CPU test - whereby the memory test is a major build-in CPU test anyhow per win resource manager ? What kind of WHEA errors ?
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I can't find a post here i read yesterday. so i need a little help.

fill in the blank.

"other than the multiplier, there are really only two voltages that you adjust for a simple overclock. The Vcore to raise cpu voltage to provide stability on higher multipliers and [BLANK] that can be lowered to help with high temperatures."

Answer in the form of a question!

Good-Luck

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A. PLL Voltage
B. VCCIO/VTT Voltage.
C. LLC
D. None of Above

I think it is "A" but maybe "C"confused.gif
   
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anyone know where i can get old dead cpu's that i can delid for practice?

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anyone know where i can get old dead cpu's that i can delid for practice?

See post #1, there is a list of cheap CPUs you can buy on ebay to practice with.

Here is a list of CPU's that should be able to be delidded and some are very cheap so great for saving your chips.

IHS Not Soldered To Die

Hyperthreading/Single Cores

-(S-478) Pentium 4 HT (Northwood "A" and "B" Core)*
-(S-478) Celeron
-(S-775) Celeron
-Celeron 420
-Celeron 430
-Celeron 440
-AMD Athlon 64 3200+*
-AMD Athlon 64 3700+*
-AMD Athlon 64 3800+ (Venice core)

Dual Cores

-AMD X2 5000+ BE (Brisbane core)
-Celeron Dual Core E1200
-Celeron Dual Core E1400
-Pentium Dual Core E2140
-Pentium Dual Core E2160
-Pentium Dual Core E2180
-Pentium Dual Core E2200
-Pentium Dual Core E2210
-Pentium Dual Core E2220
-Pentium Dual Core E6300
-Core 2 Duo E4300
-Core 2 Duo E4400
-Core 2 Duo E4500
-Core 2 Duo E4600
-Core 2 Duo E6300 (L2 stepping)*
-Core 2 Duo E6400 (L2 stepping)*
-Core 2 Duo E7200
-Core 2 Duo E7300
-Core 2 Duo E7400
-Core 2 Duo E7500
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i have a couple old pentium 4's, how will i know if they are the type i can delid

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For ln2 I would go for the lightning or matrix, not sure if the giga models come with overvoltage software or ready made hardware mod points like the lightning/matrix do.
Otherwise, you will be soldering to those little 0.5mm resistors for more vgpu. I've done it many times & still found just the other day that soldering on a new expensive card can be really nerve-wracking.

Yikes, I'm gonna give it a go on a 7600gt first. Last thing I tried was a fan controller I made and a 478 Asus mobo which scared me pretty bad. (damn small pins)
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Yah if u want to really compete you need a 7970 lighting or Matrix.

I just wany my 7950s each running 1250mhz + and 1600mhz mem +

Which should beat a 680 in most games.

Go for the kill wink.gif Titan, who? (except on single card scenarios and ln2...no thanks)
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Originally Posted by Radmanhs View Post

i have a couple old pentium 4's, how will i know if they are the type i can delid

Pentium 4 478 should be ok...those pretty much suck anyway unless they are extreme version (unlocked multiplier) which sell for a few bucks at fleabay.
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...sorry for being short...in meetings typing on a small mobile...why only 5 min on XTU ? Memory or CPU test - whereby the memory test is a major build-in CPU test anyhow per win resource manager ? What kind of WHEA errors ?
That's ok smile.gif Just ran CPU test for 5 minutes as a quick check for problems since I only had limited time before going to work. Have left Prime95 running longer as I need a 12hr test for the Ivy Stable Club. I'm not sure what the exact WHEA errors were and will need to have a look at the event log entries when I get home tonight.
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So, I delidded my good chip tonight. This is my second delidding. The first one had a few hits on the pcb but lived. It wasn't a good chip to begin with, and still isn't. But, nothing ventured nothing gained right? After cleaning the good chip, there seems do be a small nick on the bottom corner. Don't know how I did it, and I'm not really worried about it. Anyways, I have high hopes for this chip. I plan on holding on to this set- up for at least the next year, maybe more. I plan on using CLPro on the dye and the IHS. My question is, should I take the time to Lap the IHC, or will the CLPro take care of it?

Thanks for looking
Edited by Littlejoe - 3/15/13 at 3:27am
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So, I delidded my good chip tonight. This is my second delidding. The first one had a few hits on the pcb but lived. It wasn't a good chip to begin with, and still isn't. But, nothing ventured nothing gained right? After cleaning the good chip, there seems do be a small nick on the bottom corner. Don't know how I did it, and I'm not really worried about it. Anyways, I have high hopes for this chip. I plan on holding on to this set- up for at least the next year, maybe more. I plan on using CLPro on the dye and the IHC. My question is, should I take the time to Lap the IHC, or will the CLPro take care of it?

Thanks for looking

...I didn't lap and have to go back in to do that...it depends on the IHS curvature and its 'fit' with the specific water-block you are using, re concave / convex issues...if it is all perfectly straight, I would say (others may differ) that lapping is optional though it wouldn't hurt, other than take off serial number info etc. Either way, congrats smile.gif
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