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Another quick question


If i was ti de-lid my i7 3770k....but didn't want to use the IHS, is there anything i can use that would make up the gap from my raystorm block to the cpu die?
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^^ Are those results current? 1241/1665 isn't that impressive for a Lightning 680. In the club on the Nvidia section, I saw people running 1400+ on the core and 2000 on the memory. One of my lightnings worked fine at 1375 core and 1400 memory. The other only works at 1225 and 1100, which kinda cripples the first one since it's SLI.

Those tests are useless for real world applications. 690 should not lose to a 580...
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Another quick question


If i was ti de-lid my i7 3770k....but didn't want to use the IHS, is there anything i can use that would make up the gap from my raystorm block to the cpu die?

It appears that the Raystorm uses the same mounting system as EK does, where the standoffs are fused to the posts and you screw the entire thing directly into the backplate. You could probably try buying EK's "Naked Ivy" kit with lower standoffs and the threading would be the same.

380i you install the posts through the backplate (from behind), and then thread down the standoffs which are too stubby to restrict the waterblock height anyways.
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1145 on a 680 ugh... I have 1150 on my 690 currently these results are madness gunner.gif
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It appears that the Raystorm uses the same mounting system as EK does, where the standoffs are fused to the posts and you screw the entire thing directly into the backplate. You could probably try buying EK's "Naked Ivy" kit with lower standoffs and the threading would be the same.

380i you install the posts through the backplate (from behind), and then thread down the standoffs which are too stubby to restrict the waterblock height anyways.

Thanks for that

hmmmmm, anyone got confirmation it would fit a raystorm etc? tongue.gif
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^^ Are those results current? 1241/1665 isn't that impressive for a Lightning 680. In the club on the Nvidia section, I saw people running 1400+ on the core and 2000 on the memory. One of my lightnings worked fine at 1375 core and 1400 memory. The other only works at 1225 and 1100, which kinda cripples the first one since it's SLI.

...yes, the results are as of literally '10 min ago' (and I noticed that I lost a place - I better finish up my new rig smile.gif ) ...I know what you mean by one card crippling the other(s)...I run into that with quad-SLI...1 card = excellent 2 cards = pretty good 1 card = a dog...the latter drags down the other ones...that said, there is a rather strange relationship in GTX 600 series between memory and GPU MHz as I am sure you are aware of - slowing down memory from absolute top speed just a bit starts to increase scores...until you find that sweet spot unique to your card(s)
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Thanks for that

hmmmmm, anyone got confirmation it would fit a raystorm etc?

Hang on buddy, I'm working on something for you smile.gif
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Thanks for that

hmmmmm, anyone got confirmation it would fit a raystorm etc? tongue.gif

I've sanded my 3770k IHS so much that half the material is gone lol, which means it isn't very thick. Raystorm you can screw all the way in and give lots of pressure which you don't even need for on die. Haven't directly tried it with my raystorm but it should work, if it doesn't make contact then the kit from ek will do.
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1145 on a 680 ugh... I have 1150 on my 690 currently these results are madness gunner.gif

...Heaven at HWBot is a special version you have to download...and even with regular versions, you can't run those with 'normal' top speed...I have to back my GPU and GPU mem MHz down a bit (like everyone else) to make it through a full run...Unigine (which makes Heaven) also does 'Valley'...how many times I made it to the final scene (#18), just to hang at the last moment before the score appears...I'm sure many of you know the frustration biggrin.gif
post #16760 of 33671
You can also just buy four 6-32 screws, cut the heads off, and use that as the posts instead of the ones XSPC gives you. Then use some 6-32 1/8" thick x 1/4" wide nuts as standoffs that'll be lower than the socket, so then you can crank down the waterblock and it'll touch the die. Probably cheaper than EK's $10 kit for 50 cents worth of standoffs.

This assumes XSPCS uses 6-32 threading (which they probably do since this is what Koolance does and a lot of rads use), and that the existing standoffs are too high for direct die.
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