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It looks great man, congrats!
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Meh cheapest place to buy CL liquid ultra now?

Anybody want a 7850 ? wink.gif
    
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Originally Posted by lilchronic View Post

i replaed it with ek waterblock and swirtech 240 rad

i had to use black tubing to connect the gpu's the white tubing kinked to much looks ugly tongue.gif
i want to get these blocks
http://www.ekwb.com/shop/blocks/vga-blocks/fc-geforce/geforce-gtx-6x0-series/ek-fc680-gtx-acetal.html

I like EK's blocks - just in case, there is also 'Heatkiller' which make specific 670 applications http://www.frozencpu.com/brands/brand/b180/Heatkiller.html

...black tubing is fine with your black-and-white theme
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

It lacks some bios features...and it's overpriced that's all.
For instance I believe it has no vccsa and only has vccio and vccsa auto tied to it in some ratio thingie (correct me if I'm wrong though)

Man, this pentium 4 is so bad for 3dm01 lol
Got the 7950 up and running btw. biggrin.gif
Does 1200/1700 with 1.225 and 1.625 respectively...The cpu is killing its performance though. Other than that HIS makes fine gpus.

...will check on the VCCSA 'Q" when I reassemble it...took it offline as I needed to steal its PSU as the AX1200 is not enough gunner.gif for the 3970X past 5.1 GHz w/4 oc'ed GPUs...will be running the AX1200 and a TX850 together via male / female 24 pin...the Sabertooth will have to do with a 650...

...I can't believe you're running a Pentium 4...though I remember the good old days when I had it 'new' and ran Aquamark...the other day I ran Aquamark on the Ivy and 3970X...I thought there was s.th. wrong it was over so fast...
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...will check on the VCCSA 'Q" when I reassemble it...took it offline as I needed to steal its PSU as the AX1200 is not enough gunner.gif for the 3970X past 5.1 GHz w/4 oc'ed GPUs...will be running the AX1200 and a TX850 together via male / female 24 pin...the Sabertooth will have to do with a 650...

...I can't believe you're running a Pentium 4...though I remember the good old days when I had it 'new' and ran Aquamark...the other day I ran Aquamark on the Ivy and 3970X...I thought there was s.th. wrong it was over so fast...

I'm folding my behind off with it. I'll be repairing the MVG either tomorrow or by Monday, and expect to have it ready for next week with some luck. Bad thing is I'm getting charged for the repairs. :/
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I'm folding my behind off with it. I'll be repairing the MVG either tomorrow or by Monday, and expect to have it ready for next week with some luck. Bad thing is I'm getting charged for the repairs. :/

...hope you get your MV-G back soon,without costing you an arm and a leg...I had a close call with my MV-E about two weeks ago when I first assembled the 'twin's ' loop...I am always very careful with Coollaboratory products as it is conductive and capacitive liquid metal, yet when I was getting ready to apply some CL-U on the Ivy's IHS, I took the blue cap off and - bingo - a big drop flew off in an arc for about a foot or so and hit the MV-E...it ran right on top of the red, 1st PCI-E slot where all the perforations are...but didn't go in, just about 15 mm x 2mm of CL-U sitting on top...I tried to wipe it off, but with perforations, you really can't...I then just covered it with my trusty MX4 and hoped for the best...fortunately, it booted up with a GPU in PCI-E slot 1...the grey marks are still there..

...somewhat related, I had a disaster with the Sabertooth Z77 which confirmed my 'liking' of that board...many months ago, well before delidding the Ivy, I was moving it to a new case...it was late, dark and I was tired and working in cramped quarters (I moved everything to a bigger area later)...

...I had just watched a YouTube about the Sabertooth, its armour (which incidentally is meant for 'rugged' applications such as mini networks for military, oil exploration and such dusty 'temporary' assemblies where the extra covers do make sense)...J.J. from Asus also mentioned the extra surge protection features in the YouTube vid as part of the military certification the board has....

...so as I was hooking everything up in the dark, I put the Thermaltake Water 2 EX CPU pwm fan header on what I thought was the right spot next to the 24 pin...but as I said, it was dark, cramped and I really couldn't see well where I was fumbling around with the header - and I was too tired to pull it all out into a better lit area.... When I turned the power on, there was a huge spark that seared some of the hairs on my arm, a loud 'pop / bang' noise and A LOT of smoke...'oh cr.___p', now I have done it, this one is fried for good'.

After redoing the connections 'the right way', I held my breath and turned it ion...everything worked just fine...didn't miss a beat...Sabertooth Z77 and Thermaltake Water 2 Extreme - very rugged ! thumb.gif
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...wasn't necessarily thinking of you (there are even bigger Sabertooth haters out there...many of them... that board is either loved or hated like no other, oddly smile.gif ) ...though underneath all that ""pretty"" armour is a VRM and DRAM lane design that is 'related' to ROG MVG's implementation...when I ran my 3770K in it, it would do 5.2 giggles easy for longer periods, limited only by the CPU cooling I was using then...but I DO prefer the MV-E by a mile for a whole host of good reasons thumb.gif

I only like the noobtooth z77 for tis looks, and THAT IS IT. I regret buying it, or anything Asus related even.
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Originally Posted by lilchronic View Post

i replaed it with ek waterblock and swirtech 240 rad

i had to use black tubing to connect the gpu's the white tubing kinked to much looks ugly tongue.gif
i want to get these blocks
http://www.ekwb.com/shop/blocks/vga-blocks/fc-geforce/geforce-gtx-6x0-series/ek-fc680-gtx-acetal.html

I'm jelly - that looks so good!
Edited by Totally Dubbed - 5/10/13 at 12:22am
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Hmm, vise and hammer method put a couple of bumps on the edges of IHS which now stick up and hinder with clean contact with my heatsink. Should have just gone with the old trusty razor.
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On a side note, I thought I completely thrashed the IMC on my new 3770K. I was pretty bummed, so I took it out to inspect the pins and there was quite possibly the largest wad of TIM I've ever seen smeered all over my contacts and a huge ball stuck in the LGA socket. LOL

Cleaned it up and all 4 DIMMs work fine now.

#facepalm
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On a side note, I thought I completely thrashed the IMC on my new 3770K. I was pretty bummed, so I took it out to inspect the pins and there was quite possibly the largest wad of TIM I've ever seen smeered all over my contacts and a huge ball stuck in the LGA socket. LOL

Cleaned it up and all 4 DIMMs work fine now.

#facepalm



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