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Well then, looks like everything is working now, I've just booted up with my RAM in dual channel wheee.gif I'm guessing it was either a BIOS issue, because I reset the BIOS again with both sticks in position this time, or TIM on those two pins.

Now to get my BIOS settings back in order and OC again tongue.gif Then post my delid pic thumb.gif

Glad you got everything worked out! I know how scary those situations can be. Now have some fun!! thumb.gif
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Well then, looks like everything is working now, I've just booted up with my RAM in dual channel wheee.gif I'm guessing it was either a BIOS issue, because I reset the BIOS again with both sticks in position this time, or TIM on those two pins.

Now to get my BIOS settings back in order and OC again tongue.gif Then post my delid pic thumb.gif

thumb.gif Good news is good!
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Now I'm more relaxed here's my delid pic. I did it quickly on my phone as I was eager to get it back together and test. I've just ran P95, and at 4.5GHz, 1.325V I'm hitting 75°C. Before I remember at 4.4GHz, 1.27V I was getting around 80°C. There's definitely an improvement, and I've only used MX-4 for now, until I get my hands on some CLU.

     
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guys, when the motherboard is in offset mode with a defined multiplier (let's say 47) and you want to apply another multiplier, you need to go back to manual Vcore, find the right one, recalculate the offset etc ... or can you just up the multiplier and the offset calculates automatically ?
That question would best be asked in this thread:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1291703/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboards

You can definitely just use offset when finding your stable vCore. It is, however, better to use manual at each multiplier, then pick the multiplier you will stick with and switch to offset then.

When on offset at a given multiplier you manually type in an offset number, and that will not change automatically no matter what you do. If you go up to the next multiplier you will need to manually increase your offset number in bios.

So if you are on 4.5 at 1.25v manual, or at that 4.5 with say +.050 offset (if your VID was 1.2), then you want to try 4.6. You will need to manually change the 1.25v manual vCore to something like 1.31v, or if you are on offset you will need to manually change the +.050 offset to something like +.110.

You can do it either way, but most find it easier to stick with manual until you make your final decision on your 24/7 oc then switch to offset. Some don’t use offset at all and just stick with manual, it is a personal choice.
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That question would best be asked in this thread:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1291703/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboards

You can definitely just use offset when finding your stable vCore. It is, however, better to use manual at each multiplier, then pick the multiplier you will stick with and switch to offset then.

When on offset at a given multiplier you manually type in an offset number, and that will not change automatically no matter what you do. If you go up to the next multiplier you will need to manually increase your offset number in bios.

So if you are on 4.5 at 1.25v manual, or at that 4.5 with say +.050 offset (if your VID was 1.2), then you want to try 4.6. You will need to manually change the 1.25v manual vCore to something like 1.31v, or if you are on offset you will need to manually change the +.050 offset to something like +.110.

You can do it either way, but most find it easier to stick with manual until you make your final decision on your 24/7 oc then switch to offset. Some don’t use offset at all and just stick with manual, it is a personal choice.

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Now I'm more relaxed here's my delid pic. I did it quickly on my phone as I was eager to get it back together and test. I've just ran P95, and at 4.5GHz, 1.325V I'm hitting 75°C. Before I remember at 4.4GHz, 1.27V I was getting around 80°C. There's definitely an improvement, and I've only used MX-4 for now, until I get my hands on some CLU.

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Expect another 10-15'C off of that mate! Good news on the dual channel ram working again, nightmare that.
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Anyone try the OC key for the higher end ASUS boards? I know it's always better to OC in the BIOS and that probably applies to this too, right?
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Copper is also soluble in CLU/gallium (per MSDS, CLU is gallium)

http://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1134/S0036029508060049#page-1

http://www.coollaboratory.com/pdf/safetydatasheet_liquid_ultra_englisch.pdf

Nickel I can't find anything.

Solubility is a different phenomenon. Did you happen to see under what conditions this
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Originally Posted by dr/owned View Post

Copper is also soluble in CLU/gallium (per MSDS, CLU is gallium)

http://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1134/S0036029508060049#page-1

http://www.coollaboratory.com/pdf/safetydatasheet_liquid_ultra_englisch.pdf

Nickel I can't find anything.

Are you sure that you understood the paper?
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Is there an image where Intel obviously screwed up with TIM? I need real life Ivy Bridge image for motivational poster.
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Anyone try the OC key for the higher end ASUS boards? I know it's always better to OC in the BIOS and that probably applies to this too, right?

That's meant for extreme overclocking...regular 24/7 air/water overclocking is easier and better using bios and regular tools, but sometimes you need to change settings on the fly for validations and whatnot and when cooling with dry ice or ln2 timing is very important (you don't want your precious coolant to boil on you before you finish the job)
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