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Oh nice you went with the OC Formula? Congrats on getting a new board! I have heard that the vcore is still off a little bit, but not nearly as bad as the Extreme4.?

Vcore is dead on perfect with this board when using a multimeter to take the measurement from the voltage monitor pins on the board. It bounces around a bit in CPUz, but don't think any board won't have that problem.
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Vcore is dead on perfect with this board when using a multimeter to take the measurement from the voltage monitor pins on the board. It bounces around a bit in CPUz, but don't think any board won't have that problem.

Oh nice ok thats good I guess I heard that from someone who has no idea how to use a DMM. I just heard it was off around .005v - .01v

So does anyone think my chip will last a year if I feed it 1.55v with temps that don't go over 75c? My computer isn't on 24/7 I'd say I use it maybe 28 hours a week.
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So does anyone think my chip will last a year if I feed it 1.55v with temps that don't go over 75c? My computer isn't on 24/7 I'd say I use it maybe 28 hours a week.
I would bet it is at least a 10 to 1 likelihood that you will be fine for a year under those conditions. You mean max stress testing temps are 75c right, so day to day temps are in the 50s?
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I would bet it is at least a 10 to 1 likelihood that you will be fine for a year under those conditions. You mean max stress testing temps are 75c right, so day to day temps are in the 50s?

Yes max stress test temps are 75c under that voltage.
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eek.gif ...a word of caution re CLU on Gigabyte WF3 OC 670 (and also Asus Direct CUii 670)

I have both types and ended up putting MX4 on instead of the planned CL-U...on both types of cards, you see that the area of the air cooling segment that touches the GPU die is ""mostly"" flattened copper pipes - but not exclusively...there are thin bits of aluminum in-between (worse on the Asus)...and aluminum and CL-U are a big no-no (also per CL-U instruction package), you'll damage your cards over the longer term. I'm working on covering the thin alu bits with MX4 first, then add CL-U, but haven't quite perfected it yet.



Not MY WF3 card...solid copper slab as the cooler base plate, full copper slab that makes contact with the thermal pads and core.
I used CLP and it works wonders as usual.
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Nice!!! Congrats biggrin.gif
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Not MY WF3 card...solid copper slab as the cooler base plate, full copper slab that makes contact with the thermal pads and core.
I used CLP and it works wonders as usual.

...yes- varies from model to model...just suggesting to check first...mine will get CL U with a thin painted on MX4 stripe where there's aluminum per earlier pics posted biggrin.gif
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Room for one more? I dunno if y'all are still adding people though...


OCN name: Triggagnomic
CPU: 3570k
on die-TIM: CLP
ihs-TIM: MX-4
Mhz gained: 300
OC after delid: 4818
Temp drops: 14C

http://i314.photobucket.com/albums/ll415/Triggagnomic_2008/48_zps2d5daad9.jpg

http://valid.canardpc.com/2767075

That was mad-scary! My wife would have murdered me if I'd got that wrong...

Thanks for the great tutorials & posts guys, they made the whole thing much easier to get my head around! thumb.gif

You're In! thumb.gif Slap the Sig on baby!!!!
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Not MY WF3 card...solid copper slab as the cooler base plate, full copper slab that makes contact with the thermal pads and core.
I used CLP and it works wonders as usual.
Nice!!! Congrats biggrin.gif

Ooh, Ooh, I was thinking about doing this with my 660TIs WF editions, what was your method of application, both die and HS? How many layers?
 
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Single layer on both, die and cooler base. 46c max load oced to 850mhz and 1300mhz ram. Gonna try higher and some overvolting later.
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