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Originally Posted by ChaosAD View Post

At 4700 and 1.32v i have less than 70w power draw (around 68w if i remember correctly). What vcore do use and you are so hing on power?
@Valguar, I m sorry for my response, i just had an idea and thought i could help.

No problem man. sorry it sounded snappy! thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

I'm no expert, if anyything I have a clue but that's about it. Our good friend ftw420 is the man when it comes to ram ocing here, being a more experienced bencher.
Anyhow, I'd venture to say most 3770k's will do 2133 with stock imc/vtt unless using 4 sticks or not having an xmp profile for your ram.
If that's tthe case you have to manually input each and every ram timing cause auto won't cut it.
Sometimes secondary and tertiary timings prevent you from going higher ram wise, you should all check the ocn ram addict thread or ask sam-ocx, he's baws.
Edit: stupid phone

Is XMP mode the best or normal mode?
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Originally Posted by feniks View Post

yeah hehe you're right buddy. but I'd like 16GB, so waiting for 2x8GB kit at 1.50V and something like 2600MHz, however all of them are 1.65V still and 2x8GB at decent speed is still rare or non-existent past 2400MHz even at 1.65V... besides I have no cash for such an upgrade now, so still sticking to my old memory, actually planning to sell one kit (2x4GB Mushkin 996990 2000MHz, can run 2400MHz with 10-12-11-31 @ 1.65V) to recover some money.

Good luck finding those lol. gonna be hard to grab.

^ yup
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Originally Posted by VonDutch View Post

OCZ Vertex 4 128GB
just happy, today i bought my first SSD smile.gif
i had to laugh so hard, when i installed windows again,
and the fist times i booted...rebooted...rebooted again...LOL
i think ive booted like 20 times, just for fun, its so fast ..wow

I LOVE my Vertex 4 it's an amazing SSD. crazy read and write times.
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Originally Posted by kgtuning View Post

Yeah I want to keep this setup a while so that is one of the reasons I tested it with a dmm. All the rumors of the fatal1ty mobo showing the wrong voltage finally spooked me... glad I tested it. This is as far as I will push it. I may try 5.1ghz but I think the voltage will be too high. Either way I'm very happy. So glad I stumbled upon this thread when it first started.

Thats good to hear! and nice on the boot vcore!
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OCZ Vertex 4 128GB
just happy, today i bought my first SSD smile.gif
i had to laugh so hard, when i installed windows again,
and the fist times i booted...rebooted...rebooted again...LOL
i think ive booted like 20 times, just for fun, its so fast ..wow

Just be aware that you'll never want to go back to a mechanical hard drive. happysmiley.gif

I have a SSD for all of my 8 rigs (plus a few spare). Still need to upgrade my sister's laptop and my parents computer with one.
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Thanks Valgaur!
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I got my liquid pro today, I will lap my ihs when I get sandpaper later today, is there any rule of thumb when applying pro?
Like how to know if thickness is enough, and ways to apply on die and ihs. My raystorm has lots of pressure options, should I go light pressure? I'm redoing my loop so i dont want to screw up like last time and get unbootable temps.
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Normally, higher GHz requires more voltage and results in higher temps.
We all want to optimize our voltage settings by trying to find just enough vcore to allow our chips to remain stable at a given OC freq. - Thus, too little vcore and the system is not stable, yet too much vcore is a waste and adds extra temp. Lots of time can be put into trying to find the optimum voltage settings.
As to your question of "is it possible to get higher Ghz with less Voltage, yet Higher temps..." I'd think not likely, and only if the voltage was not yet optimized for the given OC and your cooling system was going bad at the same time! LOL If you lower your vcore and can still get higher OC, then your temps will most likely be the same or going down.
A further note, as a chip runs cooler it can handle more vcore and also obtain even higher OC freqs.
Hope we have answered your questions, and if others have a better answer I'm all ears!

Thanks for the answer it does answer my question good and proper, but with all questions another has arisen..

I am trying to see if it was worth the money i spent on the cooling.. nothing to special, but set me back £150 (ish). Raystorm XSPC kit.. so i can get good temp since the delid.. 60-64c @4.8Ghz 1.36V, but
for 5Ghz is sucks the voltage @1.52V so if the temps are ok is 'theorically' able to handle more vCore.. so if i was to go beyond the so called 1.52V it should be ok..

Can't afford a new chip at the mo.. so not going to try it.. just annoyed with getting the extra cooling before the delidding of the little fella.. as temps would of been fine with previous air cooler..

So If i was to clocker BKLC up to 102- 3mhz would the vCore require more voltage or would it require less?

I have tried to use a ET6 setting then just adjusting the multiplier and setting the voltage to a previous voltage setting when only over clocking the chip.. but all crashes out..

Is best to increase the voltage or would it require less?

sorry if these seem trivial questions.. just new to over clocking..and love how easy it is to get a good overclock with just the multiplier.. but i want to try and push everything smile.gif

thanks
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XMP is a default profile that the board/ram manufacturers make in order to go above the JEDEC standard, which goes up to 1333mhz...Otherwise some kits can't work with auto timings properly (in case your board doesn't have an XMP profile for your particular kit)
Someone else can probably explain it better, but in a nutshell it's something like that...
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Thanks Valgaur!

No problem!
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Originally Posted by Arm3nian View Post

I got my liquid pro today, I will lap my ihs when I get sandpaper later today, is there any rule of thumb when applying pro?
Like how to know if thickness is enough, and ways to apply on die and ihs. My raystorm has lots of pressure options, should I go light pressure? I'm redoing my loop so i dont want to screw up like last time and get unbootable temps.

You won't need much TIM at all really just a little dribble and then spread it out! thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Arm3nian View Post

I got my liquid pro today, I will lap my ihs when I get sandpaper later today, is there any rule of thumb when applying pro?
Like how to know if thickness is enough, and ways to apply on die and ihs. My raystorm has lots of pressure options, should I go light pressure? I'm redoing my loop so i dont want to screw up like last time and get unbootable temps.

i applied on the die, thin layer, then put the ihs on, little pressure with hand,
took it off again, to see the dimension of the die on ihs, then i applied another
very thin leyer inside the ihs..
think ive read on their site somewhere, thickness of about a page from a newspaper,
so the 2 layers,on the die, and inside ihs, should both be about half of that smile.gif

i would go with light pressure first, and see how it does,
if youre not happy with the result , you can always tighten it some more..
Edited by VonDutch - 11/20/12 at 11:17am
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OCZ Vertex 4 128GB
just happy, today i bought my first SSD smile.gif
i had to laugh so hard, when i installed windows again,
and the fist times i booted...rebooted...rebooted again...LOL
i think ive booted like 20 times, just for fun, its so fast ..wow

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XMP is a default profile that the board/ram manufacturers make in order to go above the JEDEC standard, which goes up to 1333mhz...Otherwise some kits can't work with auto timings properly (in case your board doesn't have an XMP profile for your particular kit)
Someone else can probably explain it better, but in a nutshell it's something like that...

ivan, whats with the xmp profile setting the timings higher then
what the manufacturer says, mine is rated 9-9-9-24,
profile sets it to, 9-8-8-21,
auto sets it to, 10-10-10-27 or 28 i think..


just did a rerun with my new ssd, and my vid card in cinebench,

a massive 1 fps more ..lol, how is my old 6850 doing compared to your guys smile.gif 103.88 fps i have..

what do you guys think if my first readings with my new ssd,

do i have to tweak something? i have the latest firmware installed thumb.gif
so far i disabled windows search, i know where to find things ..lol.
disabled indexing C:, disabled windows defragmentation..
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