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I'm just worried that since I'm already at 1.37v for 4.5GHz and I know I need 1.4v for 4.6GHz if its even worth it. At 1.4v I hit 85C and I don't feel comfortable getting any hotter than that. I have an old P4 coming in the mail. I'll see how easy it is to delid and decide if it's worth doing for me, even if I keep it at 4.5GHz and just delid to reduce temps.

yea, i understand your point..
practice on a old pentium will give you great experience, youll see,
i didnt know that back then, im sure i would have gotten a handfull old pentiums first,
since i didnt have money to replace my 3770k when it would go wrong..

if your lucky the jump vcore from 4.6 to 4.7ghz after delid, wont be very much,
i can run 4.6 and 4.7ghz at almost the same vcore/offset, from 4.7 to 4.8 the vcore bump was much more
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My problem is not run the higher clocks, i can do 4.7ghz no problems under 1,4v, but to be stable is another issues, i need 1,410v to be stable.
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NICE.
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Good Luck with the delid Gomi thumb.gif take youre time with it smile.gif


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My problem is not run the higher clocks, i can do 4.7ghz no problems under 1,4v, but to be stable is another issues, i need 1,410v to be stable.

yep, i can run IBT at 4.9ghz, 1.4V vcore..np

but need about 1.510V vcore to make it (24H) prime stable..

here prime fails after 1.30H, using the same vcore as above

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Valgaur, Hokies, I'm gonna reiterate....for 175 or so the MVG is the best benching board for the money.
If you gonna go all out then the UP7 'might' do better, but I haven't seen many results yet so I'd wait before saying it's the second coming z77 wise tongue.gif
Wait a while buy an MVG and a pot for the same money as an mve/up7 and have fun I'd say, then you can sell the mvg and buy an up7 if it does deliver...or maybe sell that p8z77u thing you got and buy the up7 at a loss to compare, maybe do a review lol
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Ln2 is for noobs who want bad cooling. Get Liquid Helium instead thumb.gif

LOL. I use liquid helium to keep the liquid nitrogen from evaporating on my NMR. Liquid helium wouldn't make it to the bottom of the pot without evaporating lol
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LOL, my turn for the super long multi-reply wink.gif this thread grows fast haha, I barely keep up!
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Have different kits, if doing something that needs more memory put in the bigger kit, if benching, use a fast kit.
Yup, been there done that, I know the drill man biggrin.gif
it's just I'm totally broke nowadays, so I am selling all the stuff I don't need to get all the dimes & nickels back in the pocket (read: paying off credit cards debts LOL!). I might get that kit for benching some other time, for now I just am trying to hunt down a good promo on matching 670 for SLI and that completes my build ... until Summer probably.
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I like the warning idea lol
And yeah, I favor the multi ram kit approach lol, or multi rig, or whatever...but well, we're sick ftw. biggrin.gif
LOL, true I like too, just not nowadays (CC companies are sucking me dry, need to get back to balance with them fast).
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lol No need for the MVE though, but it's not too badly priced. The MVG can do 95% of what the MVE can, and so can MVF.
MVE is not that badlu prices if you can get it from US Amazon and have some CC rewards point you can spent over there (they cooperate with Discover if anybody wonders) and use some Amazon gift cards (I get $5 one for free from MS Bing rewards every 2 months or so) ...
... that being said I got my MVE from them at final price of $350 shipped after all my discounts, could have been much lower if I haven't spent the rewards on other stuff before that purchase wink.gif

I'm just used to big boards with multiple PCIe slots and this time wanted the extra goodies (WiFi, BT, mSATA option, 2 PLX switches on-board, etc.) that come with this board, not to mention ROG OC Key (which I don't normally use, but it works hehe) and such wink.gif
But by all means MVG is an awesome deal if somebody doesn't mind having 2 PCIe slots, it's perfect!
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thats why I like the MVE it has all the bios features I am already used to.
Yes, I am in same boat now. Those BIOS options in ROG are awesome! especially after they finally implemented stability fixes in latest revisions, all back to normal. I used to use mostly EVGA MB Bioses and those are dull and feel XX century when compared to ROG BIOS that feel like from the future (relatively speaking) biggrin.gif
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i hope for you your boss isnt a ocn member,
you might get into trouble if he reads your post ...lol biggrin.gif
o well, at least you have something to read till first break ..hehe
shhhh, *i'm in the same boat wink.gif ... but as far as I know I am the only OCN member around here wink.gif
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Valgaur, Hokies, I'm gonna reiterate....for 175 or so the MVG is the best benching board for the money.
If you gonna go all out then the UP7 'might' do better, but I haven't seen many results yet so I'd wait before saying it's the second coming z77 wise tongue.gif
Wait a while buy an MVG and a pot for the same money as an mve/up7 and have fun I'd say, then you can sell the mvg and buy an up7 if it does deliver...or maybe sell that p8z77u thing you got and buy the up7 at a loss to compare, maybe do a review lol
MVG would be my benching board of choice as well! can't go wrong with that tiny (but strong!) bad boy biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Valgaur, Hokies, I'm gonna reiterate....for 175 or so the MVG is the best benching board for the money.
If you gonna go all out then the UP7 'might' do better, but I haven't seen many results yet so I'd wait before saying it's the second coming z77 wise tongue.gif
Wait a while buy an MVG and a pot for the same money as an mve/up7 and have fun I'd say, then you can sell the mvg and buy an up7 if it does deliver...or maybe sell that p8z77u thing you got and buy the up7 at a loss to compare, maybe do a review lol

Up7 is the 2nd coming you can not compare the UP7 to A mini Atx board lol.

If your gonna Compare that ill Compare the MVG to th UD3H @_@

That's the board people were braking 7ghz on at Ivy's Release.
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