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post #17051 of 33576
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Originally Posted by TenzoMonk View Post

I'd be honored to join! smile.gif

Used the hammer/wood/vice method... SUPER EASY... 25c drop in temps (using CLU)! (Never used IBT before the delid... and temps w/HWM and OHWM were same in previous tests). Pics/Video below!

Let me know if there is anything else needed!

OCN name: TenzoMonk
CPU: 3770k
on die-TIM: Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra
ihs-TIM: Prolimatech PK-3
Mhz gained: N/A
OC after delid: 4.5
Temp drops: 25C
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/2768515

Tools smile.gif


Video smile.gif


Results:
Before



After



Didn't feel comfortable going past 90c before. So we'll see how far we can go smile.gif

Congrats on the sucess!! Thanks for the video! I'm sure that will help people out. Welcome!
post #17052 of 33576
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Originally Posted by MKHunt View Post

Yus. Looks like I'll be keeping it to 1.2-1.25.

I found that 3770k's imc even with stock vccio and vccsa can max most sticks on air, or get to the max of the imc without much tinkering with those voltages. Also, I degraded my first 3770k's imc with vccio and vccsa over 1.3v on air. Could boot at 2400mhz first, then couldn't pass 2200mhz. Stick to 1.2v or lower unless you get a pot and dice/ln2. (-50c or lower)
Shame you don't have a q-led display to see the code 23 or 55 to determine your imc's and ram sticks' capabilities.
I found vttddr at 0.8-0.850 to be useful for higher validations, it helped me get to 2600mhz, when I was maxing out at 2450mhz previously. Also, timing combinations make a BIG BIG difference.
post #17053 of 33576
Quote:
Originally Posted by TenzoMonk View Post

I'd be honored to join! smile.gif

Used the hammer/wood/vice method... SUPER EASY... 25c drop in temps (using CLU)! (Never used IBT before the delid... and temps w/HWM and OHWM were same in previous tests). Pics/Video below!

Let me know if there is anything else needed!

OCN name: TenzoMonk
CPU: 3770k
on die-TIM: Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra
ihs-TIM: Prolimatech PK-3
Mhz gained: N/A
OC after delid: 4.5
Temp drops: 25C
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/2768515

Tools smile.gif


Video smile.gif
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Results:
Before



After



Didn't feel comfortable going past 90c before. So we'll see how far we can go smile.gif

...well done - and very nice info presentation / useful for others - Thanks smile.gif
post #17054 of 33576
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Originally Posted by stickg1 View Post

I want to sneak in your house and switch my WF3 for yours, rofl, it's not fair!!!

...help ! burglars ! someone call the police biggrin.gif

...I do live in a high-security tower w/24 hr concierge/security and more video surveillance cameras you can shake a stick(g1) at ph34r-smiley.gif - it might be easier for you just to go to a store / online and buy a GB WF3 OC ?!

While mine is speedy, the bios replacement I chose (and had help getting written) actually slows it a bit - but matches it with the fastest Asus cards I run, for synchro, smooth 4x SLI
post #17055 of 33576
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Originally Posted by Joa3d43 View Post

...help ! burglars ! someone call the police biggrin.gif

...I do live in a high-security tower w/24 hr concierge/security and more video surveillance cameras you can shake a stick(g1) at ph34r-smiley.gif - it might be easier for you just to go to a store / online and buy a GB WF3 OC ?!

While mine is speedy, the bios replacement I chose (and had help getting written) actually slows it a bit - but matches it with the fastest Asus cards I run, for synchro, smooth 4x SLI

A WF3 that does the numbers you reported are rare. I could buy 10 of them and not get one like that, unfortunately. I do love this card though, I plan on using the air cooler until next generation and I have yet to see it break 60C on full load.
post #17056 of 33576
I like my 6950... biggrin.gif
I tried a few games and it maxes most out (Tera, SWTOR, Far Cry 1...)Sadly my cpu bottleneck is obnoxious (p4 631 at stock)
I met an Asus rep locally, I'll see if he can get my board repaired in Buenos Aires, instead of going through the ordeal of shipping it to Texas and back here for an rma.
post #17057 of 33576
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Originally Posted by stickg1 View Post

A WF3 that does the numbers you reported are rare. I could buy 10 of them and not get one like that, unfortunately. I do love this card though, I plan on using the air cooler until next generation and I have yet to see it break 60C on full load.

...I might be used more to HWBot numbers, but single 670ies running an actual mid-1300s is not that unusual...though high-1200s is more likely with two or more cards --- I might pick up a second GB WF3 OC as I am currently re-configuring 4 of the 8 machines in my Home Office (many of them work related)...I better don't post any numbers on the 2nd one if it is as fast as the first biggrin.gif
post #17058 of 33576
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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

I'm currently running 4.8Ghz and I got my 7950's up to 1175/1600 with a score of 3852 in Valley Extreme HD preset. My best score yet. Damn dual-x can't get past that core clock though. My TFIII can run 1225/1625 as a single card. Going to start inscreasing the clock speed on the ivy tonight. Didn't have much time to do that this morning. Luckily for me it is going to be nice and chilly out tonight so I'm going to find a stable voltage for 4.9Ghz. Tried overclocking my crappy corsair vengeance DDR3 1600 to 1866 with 9, 10, 9, 27, 1N, but had no luck. I had a feeling I wouldn't be able to OC the RAM. Lost my job recently so it's going to be a little bit before I can upgrade anything mad.gif Damn random company downsizes.

...hope things work out on the job front ! I asked about the CPU speed as Valley etc react nicely to an increase in CPU speed (and also faster memory for later)...
post #17059 of 33576
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Originally Posted by Joa3d43 View Post

...I might be used more to HWBot numbers, but single 670ies running an actual mid-1300s is not that unusual...though high-1200s is more likely with two or more cards --- I might pick up a second GB WF3 OC as I am currently re-configuring 4 of the 8 machines in my Home Office (many of them work related)...I better don't post any numbers on the 2nd one if it is as fast as the first biggrin.gif

Eh it's okay. That's probably why I got mine Open Box on Newegg for $300. Someone bought it and it didn't get the 1300+ clocks they wanted so they sent it back and made up an excuse. I don't really bench or anything, for gaming on my single 1080p monitor, the 1275MHz I run is more than enough. I actually just made a custom BIOS to have it set to 1175/1750 stock with 1.16v and 120% Power Target. Runs cool and quiet and plenty of performance.
post #17060 of 33576
^^ I've found too that you really don't want to buy used parts from the current generation. I've sold 4 3770k's on ebay because they were poor overclockers, and my first set of 680's were bought used and couldn't overclock at all from reference.
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