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...I bought six 'tubes' of CL Pro and CL U...ended up never using the Pro yet, but am a happy user of CL U...all that said, MX4 is my basic standby - very good in its own right. Here is a vid by a well-known Brazilan over-clocker (it's in Portuguese, but fairly obvious) who compares MX4, CL Pro and CL U. Now, others may have different results, but the point is that MX4 is very good for a non-LM product...there is other good stufff, such as Gelid and the stuff NVidia highly recommends smile.gif

No anti-static bracelet!! cryingsmiley.gif
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Sandys are soldered on aren't they?

Also I've got an update to my problem. I can boot with 2 sticks, just not with dual channel frown.gif

I was going to say keep working with the mounting pressure, but looks like you got it solved in a later post, nice!
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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

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?

As Ivan said, mostly for extreme overclocking. It isn't bad for testing as well, if testing in windows fails but doesn't crash, you can just make changes in windows & keep on testing, then when done reboot & make the changes in bios.
z77 boots fast, I miss the delete key at the right moment so often when I want to get into bios....
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Originally Posted by KuuFA View Post

Since I have a MVG is it worth it to go MVF? or should I go for Asrock OC formula? only about 20 bucks apart. Looking to get a little higher OC hopefully.

If you have the mvg I'd try the formula OC for something new. Mvf is pretty much the same as mvg with more room.
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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

Thats pretty damn awesome. I want to build a case with a LN2 funnel on the top that feeds it to the CPU, but I'm sure people do it in open air because it will ruin the other components, right?

Might get everything too cold. The cpu loves the cold, sometimes the caps & other components don't like it as much, frozen caps can get flakey.
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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

Thanks. Helpful info.
I have never actually hurt anything with a static discharge, but I have gotten shocked touching metal right before I was about to grab on of my components. How worried, in real life, do we have to be about hurting our home built pcs with static?

I walk around holding PC components a few times a week at least, for years. I touch grounded metal before grabbing it & regularly while holding & working with it. Never used gloves or an antistatic bracelet & have never hurt anything with ESD.
I do live in an area where the humidity never really gets that low, in the cold of winter it can get below 20% RH but it's usually higher. In times of low RH I do try to be more diligent with frequent grounding.
    
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No anti-static bracelet!! cryingsmiley.gif

biggrin.gif ...at least when applying the 'stuff', he has the CPU is on an anti-static pad... but that wasn't really the point of the video biggrin.gif
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No anti-static bracelet!! cryingsmiley.gif

Real men don't need anti-static wristbands/bracelets thumb.gif I've never bothered with them either, I just try to ensure I'm working on a non-conductive surface and if possible, the thing I'm working on is earthed.
     
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biggrin.gif ...at least when applying the 'stuff', he has the CPU is on an anti-static pad... but that wasn't really the point of the video biggrin.gif

Hehehehe I know I just had to say it since that has been on the agenda of topics today.
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lol all this anti static stuff and i just rememberd FTW420 washes mobo's with soap and water tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by lilchronic View Post

lol all this anti static stuff and i just rememberd FTW420 washes mobo's with soap and water tongue.gif

Once a component is soldered down to a pcb then it's pretty hard to destroy with static. As told to me by a tech who's worked with this stuff for 40 years.

I wear nylon gloves dipped with foamed nitrile. More grip, less fingerprints. Love those gloves with a passion. I wear them working on my car, I wear them working on my computer. They make gloves with silver threads woven into the fabric for anti-static, but I don't want to spend $7 a pair when they're semi-disposable.
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Well I'm finally getting to drawing my design so you guys can see my craziness tongue.gif
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^^ It can't be any worse looking that what I've got going on in and around my case. Built for easy of use, not for looks.:

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Well I'm finally getting to drawing my design so you guys can see my craziness tongue.gif

WOOT WOOT
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