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Well I need low-profile RAM because of my Noctua NH-D14 lol. Maybe I should just wait until I upgrade to water cooling to get new RAM?

Much of the time the top part of the heatspreader can be removed, I haven't taken my platinum sticks apart but I did take the top of the trident X off so they could get in & out of the slots while a d14 is mounted. They barely fit, but they fit.
    
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...I'll PM it to you tomorrow as I promised to post it elsewhere first smile.gif

...as to Bios switching, if it would be a straightforward Bios bug, you could do that...but it isn't that...

Oh my god I'm so curious now haha. Please PM me when you get a chance. Thanks! Much appreciated!
post #14613 of 33558
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Plan on going with water? I just feel like the board is getting wasted on a D14.

Oh yes most definetly putting my two (probably three by the time I save up enough) 7950's and 3770k under water. Just want to save up a decent amount of money for a custom loop first. All I need now is a new case and I will be all set. I already have three SSD's so I'm all set with that. I'm happy with my graphics cards and PSU. So after I pay off my credit card and purchase the 820 case all my savings will be towards a custom loop. I will probably end up buying a new chip at some point though. I'm a little unhappy with the one I have now. My second Ivy. A little better than my first, but not by all means considered "good". Its pointless to put it under water because to get it stable at 4.9Ghz I would have to probably use 1.6v possibly higher. 4.8Ghz takes 1.531v and temps get to 87c after 14 hours of p95. So I just settled for 4.5Ghz for now at 1.3v until I get my new motherboard and see how it performs on it. I'm sure it won't be much better, but I'm definetly going to mess around and try 4.8Ghz again.
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Plan on going with water? I just feel like the board is getting wasted on a D14.

Oh yes most definetly putting my two (probably three by the time I save up enough) 7950's and 3770k under water. Just want to save up a decent amount of money for a custom loop first. All I need now is a new case and I will be all set. I already have three SSD's so I'm all set with that. I'm happy with my graphics cards and PSU. So after I pay off my credit card and purchase the 820 case all my savings will be towards a custom loop. I will probably end up buying a new chip at some point though. I'm a little unhappy with the one I have now. My second Ivy. A little better than my first, but not by all means considered "good". Its pointless to put it under water because to get it stable at 4.9Ghz I would have to probably use 1.6v possibly higher. 4.8Ghz takes 1.531v and temps get to 87c after 14 hours of p95. So I just settled for 4.5Ghz for now at 1.3v until I get my new motherboard and see how it performs on it. I'm sure it won't be much better, but I'm definetly going to mess around and try 4.8Ghz again.

Good deal!

I am glad to hear you have big plans for that board.
post #14615 of 33558
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Originally Posted by FtW 420 View Post

Much of the time the top part of the heatspreader can be removed, I haven't taken my platinum sticks apart but I did take the top of the trident X off so they could get in & out of the slots while a d14 is mounted. They barely fit, but they fit.

Yea I actually did see a mod for that. I know how to use a dremel so it shouldn't be too complicated hah
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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

Oh yes most definetly putting my two (probably three by the time I save up enough) 7950's and 3770k under water. Just want to save up a decent amount of money for a custom loop first. All I need now is a new case and I will be all set. I already have three SSD's so I'm all set with that. I'm happy with my graphics cards and PSU. So after I pay off my credit card and purchase the 820 case all my savings will be towards a custom loop. I will probably end up buying a new chip at some point though. I'm a little unhappy with the one I have now. My second Ivy. A little better than my first, but not by all means considered "good". Its pointless to put it under water because to get it stable at 4.9Ghz I would have to probably use 1.6v possibly higher. 4.8Ghz takes 1.531v and temps get to 87c after 14 hours of p95. So I just settled for 4.5Ghz for now at 1.3v until I get my new motherboard and see how it performs on it. I'm sure it won't be much better, but I'm definetly going to mess around and try 4.8Ghz again.

it took me like 3 weeks to get 5ghz stable on my asrock extreme 4. It was a pain, i was so sure i needed 1.38v to be stable and the higher i went the faster it crashed. (0x000124) i was so pissed i wanted to buy a new board , i thought my board was not good enough for 5ghz.. anyway's i reinstalled windows and ran this my first try! i promise you Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
and after all that i decided to buy another 670ftw instead of a new mobo. but i still want to upgrade to the MVF with water cooling! becuse my current board is just not good enough for my chip. period! lolz biggrin.gif
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for overclocks >4.5 is offset method ok ?
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for overclocks >4.5 is offset method ok ?
i use offset for 5ghz just fine. weirdsmiley.gif
but i dont like you lolz you got a 100 in bf3 i hate those guys they always kill me i get so pissed! lolz biggrin.gif
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how much volts you are using for 5 ghz
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post #14620 of 33558
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i use offset for 5ghz just fine. weirdsmiley.gif
but i dont like you lolz you got a 100 in bf3 i hate those guys they always kill me i get so pissed! lolz biggrin.gif

haha me too biggrin.gif
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