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I wouldn't advise running the PSU with a 4 pin when it requires an 8 pin, it could possibly be that. However as you've scratched the PCB of the chip this has always been the cause of a faulty IMC on most of the damaged IB chips I've seen.

Do some more testing when you get the replacement PSU, or could you go test it out at a friends?
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Originally Posted by stickg1 View Post

Oh the other day I thought you said you were able to crank around 1350MHz from the core clock with the WF3.

...I did - just got the GB WF3 OC last week...but the Valley run score of over 6000 was done well before then, exclusively with all Asus 670ies...reconstituting the MVE / 3770K and adding RIVE / 3970X, distributing the 5x 670ies (among them the GB WF3 OC) across those two setups over the course of this and next week (too busy at work to finish it ups as quickly as I would like).
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Hey guys, just a tip. Never buy a fierce gaming mouse. This thing sucks. I have to unplug it every time I boot into windows because it doesn't turn on so I have to unplug and plug it back in every single time I start my computer. MEH!!!
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Valgaur's board sucks tongue.gif
I would never get a non rog Asus board...but that's just me. Don't mind me. biggrin.gif

smile.gif ...I wouldn't say 'it sucks' but for the money involved, I would go ROG every single time...I think Valgaur said that ROG versions weren't out yet at that time.

...ROG boards like MVE and Gigabyte counterparts like UP7 are used a lot for benching, but also have some semi-commercial applications (per earlier posts) due to their quality components and features, such as extra PCI lanes courtesy of Plex.

...BUT: When we first started to look at non-Xeon alternatives by investing in VMs, we started out with a couple of basic Asus P8Z77V-LKs and equipped them with 3770s (non-K, VT-D) just to build a new 'nucleus' for internal testing purposes....these V-LK boards were about $120 on sale, yet came with Sata 6G, SLI, USB3 and so forth....rock solid boards.

Then we added a Sabertooth Z77 (yes, I know the opinion of many 'delid regulars' on that board, especially about its Thermal Armor dress biggrin.gif )...again, ZERO problems...after adding a 3770K to the mix, both the V-LK and Sabertooth could validate as well as run daily @ well past 5 GHz (5.2 was the highest), though V-LK's phases don't go high enough on phase frequencies for longer-term 5.2+ settings. BTW, all configurations included a 'full-house' 32GB.

...the Z77 and now X79 ROG boards are a whole different animal, destined first for benching (also to find their weaknesses and limitations) and then hub/ light-commercial services...the extra PCI lanes will come in handy for PCIe cards for multiple NICs for VMs, LSI raid cards and perhaps even co-processors (Tesla, Intel Phi).

...that said, if building up a delidded Ivy machine with plans that do not go beyond SLI, I think folks would be well-served with the $120 V-LK (and likely the Gigabyte counterparts though I have not run GB Z77 yet). Ultimate speed is more likely a function of the particular Ivy 3770K you end up with, especially re vCore requirements and IMC. smile.gif
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And another tip... Don't order a motherboard from best buy. I ordered it friday and it still hasn't shipped. I ordered an rs360 kit from frozencpu 10 minutes after and it is out for delivery... Bb sucks. Guess i won't be installing a loop this weekend because my motherboard won't be here.

Sevond thought : Is it hard to swap a motherboard with a loop in place? If i were to install the loop with my extreme6 then put in the ud5h the weekend after this one?
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I have a razer deathadder and its the best mouse I have ever owned, but I have only owned 5 diffenet mouses. its a 3500dpi mouse I bought on sale at best buy for 69.99, I just saw it there the other day for either 89.99 or 99.99
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I have a razer deathadder and its the best mouse I have ever owned, but I have only owned 5 diffenet mouses. its a 3500dpi mouse I bought on sale at best buy for 69.99, I just saw it there the other day for either 89.99 or 99.99

I ordered mine from Hong Kong for 40 shipped...should be here soonish.
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Got my deathadder for 40 quid over here in the UK, only ever owned the Copper Head prior to this but the DA is very nice indeed!
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Originally Posted by enigma7820 View Post

I have a razer deathadder and its the best mouse I have ever owned, but I have only owned 5 diffenet mouses. its a 3500dpi mouse I bought on sale at best buy for 69.99, I just saw it there the other day for either 89.99 or 99.99

I have a g9x which has been solid for me the last two years. I could recommend that too though I have never tried the deathadder.
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I use a Logitech M70 Thumb Ball mouse XD

Been using these for the last 13 years so i find it hard to use the old laser style anymore.

    
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7950 w/ Alphacool block G.SKILL Trident X 2500mhz 2x4gb SanDisk Extreme 240gb sata III 6gbs x5 SwiftTech Apongee Drive II 
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CatLeap 2560x1440 + Acer hn274h bmiiid 120hz 3D Logitech G19 Corsair Ax1200 watts  Mountain Mods Ascension 
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