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I've tried it actually, on a dead Ivy Bridge I bought for like $5... tongue.gif Works fairly well but some people say use the vice you have at home or whatever's convenient, I found it 10x easier and 10x not as nerve racking if you do it with a rubberized vice. I say this because well, the rubber looked it it was holding it a bit better versus the metal and I was actually scared when I used a metal one at first before asking my neighbor to borrow his because it looked like it was scratching the PCB.

Do you have to heat the CPU before to make it easier or does it work "out of the box" ?
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I've tried it actually, on a dead Ivy Bridge I bought for like $5... tongue.gif Works fairly well but some people say use the vice you have at home or whatever's convenient, I found it 10x easier and 10x not as nerve racking if you do it with a rubberized vice. I say this because well, the rubber looked it it was holding it a bit better versus the metal and I was actually scared when I used a metal one at first before asking my neighbor to borrow his because it looked like it was scratching the PCB.

Do you have to heat the CPU before to make it easier or does it work "out of the box" ?

I just did it out of the box, it might be easier if you run the CPU a bit and take it out and work with that so its naturally heated vs using a heat gun.
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...I suspect that things would move faster with Intel re roll-out schedule if AMD would be a more serious threat on the CPU side...may be NVidia and its focus on massive parallel computing / co-processing (Tesla K20 etc) will light a fire - Intel seems to be watching that and Intel's Phi is being positioned aggressively price wise, what with up to 60 or Xeons on one PCIe card

AMD has been falling behind for 6 years now, currently they are way too far behind to compete in any way. If they did come up with something new in the future, not near future obviously, then yeah maybe we would seen Intel pushing more products out.
I know what you're talking about with the parallel super computer that nvidia came up with, but that won't replace intel. The tasks that a gpu does is much different than a task a cpu does. Both companies use parallel computing with lots of teslas and xeons but the tasks they do are different and would be slower if one was to replace the other.
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Dremeling the 2011 EK Supremacy jet plate to get it to fit the Koolance 380i. .7mm vs .94mm thick to reduce the convex shape of the base. biggrin.gif

Very similar in shape and size.
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man... I'll need to do the math on how much this build will cost me...... redface.gif

I foresee you getting your kidney appraised soon tongue.gif
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I foresee you getting your kidney appraised soon tongue.gif

any idea where i can get quadfire WC bridges?? you know instead of tubing it up?
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AMD has been falling behind for 6 years now, currently they are way too far behind to compete in any way. If they did come up with something new in the future, not near future obviously, then yeah maybe we would seen Intel pushing more products out.
I know what you're talking about with the parallel super computer that nvidia came up with, but that won't replace intel. The tasks that a gpu does is much different than a task a cpu does. Both companies use parallel computing with lots of teslas and xeons but the tasks they do are different and would be slower if one was to replace the other.

...it really isn't an easy switch re software, given Intel's huge installed base...we looked at it in our firm (software) and decided to 'keep on open mind' and try out one small project that had no legacy code, but it will make up less than 5% of our output for years to come. Far more important for us is the increased use of VMs.

What gives me more hope is that both Intel and Nvidia are aware that they have to get much more involved in the mobile market...Intel has even talked about 'low-power' Haswell-and-beyond architecture for mobile at below 16 w or so...eventually, I suspect that the approach of many parallel cores might become much more prevalent...like 10 core of a design for mobile and 100 core of the same design for servers etc...but as you said, all speculation for now...I just want Intel to have some really serious competition, because that's good for us...
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yeah now how do i connect it and I want the liquid to flow from one gpu to the next not through them all at once. I want MSI lightnings.... like seriously.... besides those what ones are good? (btw so far on pricing without gpus and blocks for gpus and connects of the gpus bridge thingy deal tongue.gif I'm at around 1800 I believe.)

This is without fans btw.... tongue.gif




Edited by Valgaur - 4/3/13 at 12:10am
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Lightnings are good, the asus matrix is also good. Ive heard the HIS is clocked the highest. I would stay with those 3, preferably lightnings because of crazy overclocking.
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