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Valgaur - we might need to make a much bigger note in the first page that this will not work for sandy's as we seem to get one of these questions every week or so!!! LOL

It does work though thats the thing. however for Sandys the process to delid is much more delicate and you need balls of steel and some good heat to pull it off and get it just right. It isn't worth it though for Sandy's in my opinion that fluxless TIM is pretty amazing already.
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DD is the best tool for making backups 1. command is all you need its so powerful.
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Im am Also on Evga forums...
I do not post there to much not a real fan of there All ref Approach to Gpus.. kinda robs the consumer imo..
yeah, me neither ... not fond of their MB lineup after x58 glory they went downhill ... can't say a terrible thing about their GPUs though, had a very good luck with 570 and 670 cards. however I understand you well about plain reference designs being well ... plain reference hehe. They also have not bad FTW designs, but not everybody likes paying extra for those ... I stick to reference besides for various reasons...
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DD is the best tool for making backups 1. command is all you need its so powerful.
DD? a link?
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yeah, me neither ... not fond of their MB lineup after x58 glory they went downhill ... can't say a terrible thing about their GPUs though, had a very good luck with 570 and 670 cards. however I understand you well about plain reference designs being well ... plain reference hehe. They also have not bad FTW designs, but not everybody likes paying extra for those ... I stick to reference besides for various reasons...
DD? a link?

Haha clearly you have never used linux, which is fine just saying. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dd_(Unix)

Basically to copy one HD to a file on another HD you can restore later is

(input hd if specifies the HD/file being copied) dd if=/dev/sdaX dd of=/dev/sdaX (another HD) OR dd of=/path/to/save/point/file.whatever extension you want

so basically to copy one HD to another = dd if=/dev/sdaX of=/dev/sdaX (sdaX changes to sda1 etc based on what the device is..)

To copy an HD to a file you can restore later using DD = dd if=/dev/sdaX of=/path/to/file. bs=1M (the BS=1M just makes the block size 1M for faster copying)

To restore an HD from a file just reverse the if/of like so: dd if=/path/to/saved/image of=/dev/sdaX

So the uses are endless for this basically saving an image of my windows 7 install was one command, then flashing the HD back to that image after trying windows 8 and hating it was one command... Nothing beats that.

as you see in the link DD has many other uses also such as writing zer0's or random data to a hard disk thus making it safe to sell/give away is just one more use of DD
Edited by HardwareDecoder - 11/13/12 at 12:34pm
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dd if=/dev/sdaX dd of=/dev/sdaX (another HD) HD to another = dd if=/dev/sdaX of=/dev/sdaX (sdaX changes to sda1 etc
HD DD = dd if=/dev/sdaX of=/path/to/file. bs=1M (the BS=1M 1M)
if/of like so: dd if=/path/to/saved/image of=/dev/sdaX

what country did you say you lived again??...

lol, jk jk ..laters peeps wink.gif
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Haha clearly you have never used linux, which is fine just saying. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dd_(Unix)
Basically to copy one HD to a file on another HD you can restore later is
(input hd if specifies the HD/file being copied) dd if=/dev/sdaX dd of=/dev/sdaX (another HD) OR dd of=/path/to/save/point/file.whatever extension you want
so basically to copy one HD to another = dd if=/dev/sdaX of=/dev/sdaX (sdaX changes to sda1 etc based on what the device is..)
To copy an HD to a file you can restore later using DD = dd if=/dev/sdaX of=/path/to/file. bs=1M (the BS=1M just makes the block size 1M for faster copying)
To restore an HD from a file just reverse the if/of like so: dd if=/path/to/saved/image of=/dev/sdaX
So the uses are endless for this basically saving an image of my windows 7 install was one command, then flashing the HD back to that image after trying windows 8 and hating it was one command... Nothing beats that.
as you see in the link DD has many other uses also such as writing zer0's or random data to a hard disk thus making it safe to sell/give away is just one more use of DD

LOL, I used Linuxes briefly, Debian, Fedora, RedHat (servers), Ubuntu desktop/netbook ... but I prefer GUI, not that command line bull **** LOL! tongue.gif

thanks for commands, will never memorize them though ha ha!

but honestly, how big files are you getting by saving a partition backup to a file like this? is this sector by sector (file size equals partition size) or data size only? ... as I said, Acronis is easier, GUI under Linux and very smart backup/restore (with automatic resizing), zero problems ...
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LOL, I used Linuxes briefly, Debian, Fedora, RedHat (servers), Ubuntu desktop/netbook ... but I prefer GUI, not that command line bull **** LOL! tongue.gif
thanks for commands, will never memorize them though ha ha!
but honestly, how big files are you getting by saving a partition backup to a file like this? is this sector by sector (file size equals partition size) or data size only? ... as I said, Acronis is easier, GUI under Linux and very smart backup/restore (with automatic resizing), zero problems ...

It is only easier to you because you can't be bothered to use the command line biggrin.gif

I can see why you only used linux briefly, it is not like windows you must learn to use the command line at some point..

none of that was meant as an insult fyi linux/command line isn't for everyone.
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o hokies, what was it that makes 1 core run hotter,
the one next to the imc or vid card?

Was this ever answered? I did a quick jump through the pages between this post and the last page and didn't see it. I am very curious. Stock IHS seating, 2 of my buddies and myself both have much higher temps on the "middle" cores (1 and 2) as opposed to the "outside" (0 and 3). After delidding, my core 2 still reaches high 80's during IBT, while the others hit high 60's/low 70's. I'm very tempted to open my IHS and see if I maybe have too much Liquid Ultra over one section, but I'd rather not go open my case and such if it's unnecessary.
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Was this ever answered? I did a quick jump through the pages between this post and the last page and didn't see it. I am very curious. Stock IHS seating, 2 of my buddies and myself both have much higher temps on the "middle" cores (1 and 2) as opposed to the "outside" (0 and 3). After delidding, my core 2 still reaches high 80's during IBT, while the others hit high 60's/low 70's. I'm very tempted to open my IHS and see if I maybe have too much Liquid Ultra over one section, but I'd rather not go open my case and such if it's unnecessary.

Lap the ihs because if its concave it will push your tim right off the cores.
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With me also, my higher temps come from the core 1 and 2.
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