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Phase is really cool...less cold than dice, but good for light benching, ram ocing with cold imc.
I'd go phase if I had cash for the initial investment on a good unit.
Bet you could mod an AC unit Hokies, and make a water chiller at least, that's easier.
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Whats did you use to get that BLCK so high? I want to go higher but I don't know what to use for my BCLK volts. and the Higher multi i use the less BCLK it seems it likes.
Yes please!
Your Welcome sir!
Go higher than that you pansy! tongue.gif

i will, i will, im still learning how to overclock intel ships, ive had AMD systems since high school, although its a lot easier to oc an ivy bridge chip than it is an 1090t
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My new 24/7 overclock since de-lidding: Thanks for the help guys!



By the way did I make the club?
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My new 24/7 overclock since de-lidding: Thanks for the help guys!

By the way did I make the club?
Dang what a vcore for that clock.....

Accepted! thumb.gif

Accepted you a few hours back just forgot to tell you! tongue.gif
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Ive always wanted to cool with phase... how is it?

Very handy. Ln2 is still more fun & holds the temps better, but also requires more preparation & constant monitoring /pouring.
With phase you just have to flip the switch on, wait a few minutes & get overclocking. I have a few phase units, the -20° & -40° could be used for 24/7 (I don't normally, but been running the 2600k at -40° for almost a week now), the -100° cascade isn't really 24/7 but can be used as a daily driver for a guy who works all day & gets on the machine for a few hours after work. For temps the cascade is similar to using DICE.

Man the lapping is taking forever, should have gone out for some rough emory cloth to start instead of 400 grit.
    
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Very handy. Ln2 is still more fun & holds the temps better, but also requires more preparation & constant monitoring /pouring.
With phase you just have to flip the switch on, wait a few minutes & get overclocking. I have a few phase units, the -20° & -40° could be used for 24/7 (I don't normally, but been running the 2600k at -40° for almost a week now), the -100° cascade isn't really 24/7 but can be used as a daily driver for a guy who works all day & gets on the machine for a few hours after work. For temps the cascade is similar to using DICE.
Man the lapping is taking forever, should have gone out for some rough emory cloth to start instead of 400 grit.

Id love to have a 24/7 Phase cooled chip wink.gif where did u get those units at?
    
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Id love to have a 24/7 Phase cooled chip wink.gif where did u get those units at?
http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l2/g30/c367/list/p1/Liquid_Cooling-Computer_Phase_Change_Cooling.html
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Gonna see if he knows where they are for less then 1200$ @_@

Man there is a guy wanting to pay 150$ more for a 8350 with crappyer parts then a 3570k with better parts for a gaming build...

    
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Man there is a guy wanting to pay 150$ more for a 8350 with crappyer parts then a 3570k with better parts for a gaming build...


There are people who say more cores (AMD) will always beat less cores. Hell, our dual-cores beat AMDs nowadays. They can't match up anymore in general. Of course, people will always buy what is marketed better. tongue.gif My friend recently built a PC that cost him $1400 and he sold it for $2100 to an unsuspecting kid. I think it's sad.
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There are people who say more cores (AMD) will always beat less cores. Hell, our dual-cores beat AMDs nowadays. They can't match up anymore in general. Of course, people will always buy what is marketed better. tongue.gif My friend recently built a PC that cost him $1400 and he sold it for $2100 to an unsuspecting kid. I think it's sad.

The thing is he can get a 3770k for the same price as the 8350 build .. which wipes a 8350 off the planet in ever aspect..

He is a new guy some im trying to coach him...

http://www.overclock.net/t/1324605/new-amd-gaming-build-suggestions/20_20#post_18553680
    
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