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aghhh the story of my life. So I got my PSU back and everything booted up and no squeaking or chirping sounds so I booted into windows and installed the drivers for my crossfire 7950's and it asks me to restart so I did and now I can't get past the splash screen onto the desktop. I have to restart and restore to an earlier point and then everything works fine. Problem after problem with this computer mad.gif I just want to play!
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aghhh the story of my life. So I got my PSU back and everything booted up and no squeaking or chirping sounds so I booted into windows and installed the drivers for my crossfire 7950's and it asks me to restart so I did and now I can't get past the splash screen onto the desktop. I have to restart and restore to an earlier point and then everything works fine. Problem after problem with this computer mad.gif I just want to play!
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welcome to the world of computers lol

I can't even explain to you how many problems I've had since I got it haha. Anyways, I updated the motherboard BIOS to the newest version and it booted right up. Hopefully the GPU drivers didn't get corrupted in the process!
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You guys think a scratch on my 3770k's die will lead to problems?
I'm more worried about cleaning the CLU off to take pics than i am of the scratch:D
i removed chip perfect but after cleaning the die a few times there were 3 thin looking scratches thin like hair , i probably should of took pic before frown.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

this was before i cleaned the die/ihs... after i cleaned the die with qtip i noticed 3 hairline type scratches, but they werent deep or anything... i used the CLU's cleaning pad to clean it and i said the hell with it and applied some CLU
now im paranoid smile.gif
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You guys think a scratch on my 3770k's die will lead to problems?
I'm more worried about cleaning the CLU off to take pics than i am of the scratch:D
i removed chip perfect but after cleaning the die a few times there were 3 thin looking scratches thin like hair , i probably should of took pic before frown.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

this was before i cleaned the die/ihs... after i cleaned the die with qtip i noticed 3 hairline type scratches, but they werent deep or anything... i used the CLU's cleaning pad to clean it and i said the hell with it and applied some CLU
now im paranoid smile.gif

Unless they are really deep scratches I wouldn't worry about them too much.

I am bummed. I can Hit 4.8 @ 1.36v with 1600mhz memory rock solid stability but to get my memory to 2133 I need 1.4v this is terrible lol.

Well the good thing is my temps don't reach 74c in a 80f room lol.
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I'm mad that your Gigabyte WF3 overclocks leaps and bounds better than mine. I modded my BIOS and maxed voltage and put power target to 150% and still can't get a single MHz higher than I could with my stock BIOS. frown.gif

I'm stuck at 1280MHz/1900MHz. Which I guess compared to the average WF3 it's good, just not yours...

...I hate to tell you this, but that run was done some time back - no GB WF3 OC...just 4x Asus DirectCUii 670ies (915/980 stock before light modding) with one being a bit of a dog and holding the others back on synchro...once I finish my new build, I'll do some more runs with the GB WF3 OC on board
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Unless they are really deep scratches I wouldn't worry about them too much.

I am bummed. I can Hit 4.8 @ 1.36v with 1600mhz memory rock solid stability but to get my memory to 2133 I need 1.4v this is terrible lol.

Well the good thing is my temps don't reach 74c in a 80f room lol.
Ah... i think you solved my problem man.
on SB i was running 2133 with 1.6v on the ram and cas9 timings....
i switch to IB and i crash at 2133, so ive been running 2000


im 4.5ghz 1.345 im not sure if i want to go any higher on the vcore !!!biggrin.gif
( im still boggled about how my die, i swear everything was perfect then i clean it and it was like wolverine left his mark on my chip as punishment for hitting it with a hammer biggrin.gif the pic was from before i cleaned it)
  
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Its OFFICIAL! TonicX is running his 3770K BARE-DIE and has the best temps ever. biggrin.gif



I thought about this since before I gave my chip a shave. but needed time to work out the details. rolleyes.gif

Disclaimer: this is not advise or a guide, simple: This is how I did it.

With a metal coat hanger, yep, that's right a staple for any Modder. It is heavy duty though - so don't worry wink.gif



first I took the underside stand-off nuts to the grinding wheel, so the stand-off would screw down tight to the MOBO.



I just eyeballed the thickness of the IHS and tried to lower the block that much.
The COAT HANGER IS UNDER THE BRACKET - trust me. Im a professional kookoo.gif



CLU was applied so Intel should take note!
   
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Its OFFICIAL! TonicX is running his 3770K BARE-DIE and has the best temps ever. biggrin.gifsnip! (Click to show)


I thought about this since before I gave my chip a shave. but needed time to work out the details. rolleyes.gif

Disclaimer: this is not advise or a guide, simple: This is how I did it.

With a metal coat hanger, yep, that's right a staple for any Modder. It is heavy duty though - so don't worry wink.gif



first I took the underside stand-off nuts to the grinding wheel, so the stand-off would screw down tight to the MOBO.



I just eyeballed the thickness of the IHS and tried to lower the block that much.
The COAT HANGER IS UNDER THE BRACKET - trust me. Im a professional kookoo.gif



CLU was applied so Intel should take note!


Hahaha Congrats! I would post this in the Ghetto rigging shenanigans lol.
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^^ Koolance 380i doesn't have any of that nanny standoff BS smile.gif

The standoffs are only there to keep the post held firm and are a cm away from touching the waterblock mounting bracket.
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