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im sooo happy right now, my money came in, and i just bought the last part for my build,
the Gigabyte GV-R7970 OC-3GD
idc, ill pay the rent later ...hahaha...
but got lucky, they sell for about 370-380+ euro on avarage where i live,
and today i spotted one for 350 euro($457), thats with shipping, hah biggrin.gif
i would have upgraded to water cooler as last,
but i dont really need one anymore after delid,
my temps are cray low with my aircooler so ..np there..
my next build will have a watercooler tho.. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

If that's anything like the 7950 version, I can guarantee you will love that card! It runs so cool! Mine only hits 70c at 1.3v while benching at around 15c ambients!
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im sooo happy right now, my money came in, and i just bought the last part for my build,
the Gigabyte GV-R7970 OC-3GD
idc, ill pay the rent later ...hahaha...
but got lucky, they sell for about 370-380+ euro on avarage where i live,
and today i spotted one for 350 euro($457), thats with shipping, hah biggrin.gif
i would have upgraded to water cooler as last,
but i dont really need one anymore after delid,
my temps are cray low with my aircooler so ..np there..
my next build will have a watercooler tho..

Grats mate! smile.gif

Im slightly humming aswell, as I found a place nearby selling the LEPA G1600 PSU - Which is the only one that been:

A) Getting RAVE reviews!

B) Have all the PCI-E cables I need

C) Is fully modular

Slight overkill on the Watts, but hey - With this thing in my hands, my PSU needs are pretty much settled for the next few years, lol.

Of course, the thought of having to sleeve cables again is making me cry a bit on the inside.
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So far, we're thinking it will be TIM, which to me, at least, is a good thing. It makes it feel like I worked harder for the performance and it means there are more options, like running totally dellidded. There was also some mention earlier about the reason Intel dropped solder being because it could cause issues on the smaller design nodes, due to the more extreme heating and cooling. I'm not sure how accurate it is, I can't really see why it would be a problem given everything, but that's what we have to go on.

yea, i used a remark from someone saying this,

"Intel found that at 22nm and smaller that lead-free solder started to crack and crumble under the pressure, no future chips will use solder."

its nothing official, but i thought it made sense,
made me think of, on thin ice its better to lay down, then to stand up,
youre pressure is more spread out see smile.gif
shrinking die means more pressure on a smaller erea..

so they prolly use tim again on haswell,
but whos to know right, without "official" word
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yea, i used a remark from someone saying this,
"Intel found that at 22nm and smaller that lead-free solder started to crack and crumble under the pressure, no future chips will use solder."
its nothing official, but i thought it made sense,
made me think of, on thin ice its better to lay down, then to stand up,
youre pressure is more spread out see smile.gif
shrinking die means more pressure on a smaller erea..
so they prolly use tim again on haswell,
but whos to know right, without "official" word

If that's the case I think the delidding crew is going to start to grow exponentially biggrin.gif.
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If that's anything like the 7950 version, I can guarantee you will love that card! It runs so cool! Mine only hits 70c at 1.3v while benching at around 15c ambients!

and, one of the first things im gonna do, is use liquid pro on it ..lol
yea, i think its the same windforce 3 cooler used on both..
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If that's the case I think the delidding crew is going to start to grow exponentially biggrin.gif.

man, that would mean reading 20 pages every morning, instead of the 10 pages now...lol
i hope i can keep up, but the delid crew is growing also,
so there should always be someone here to help out

and...maybe just maybe, intel knows by now theres something wrong
with the way they put the ihs (to much distance to die) on, and the low w/mk tim they used..

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Grats VonDutch
thanks hokies,
youre on of the peeps here that got me over safe some more money to buying the 7970 instead of the 7950,
and now it seems i only payed 60 euro more then the 7950 to ..happy puppy here biggrin.gif
Edited by VonDutch - 12/13/12 at 7:38am
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yea, i used a remark from someone saying this,
"Intel found that at 22nm and smaller that lead-free solder started to crack and crumble under the pressure, no future chips will use solder."
its nothing official, but i thought it made sense,
made me think of, on thin ice its better to lay down, then to stand up,
youre pressure is more spread out see smile.gif
shrinking die means more pressure on a smaller erea..
so they prolly use tim again on haswell,
but whos to know right, without "official" word

It still doesn't make sense to me though. The first 775 chips to be soldered actually had a smaller surface area than Ivy does, so I struggle to believe that particular line.
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Grats VonDutch
thanks hokies,
youre on of the peeps here that got me over safe some more money to buying the 7970 instead of the 7950,
and now it seems i only payed 60 euro more then the 7950 to ..happy puppy here biggrin.gif

Great to hear, congrats!
Hope you'll enjoy taking it appart, putting CLP where it matters, reassembling it, overclocking it and then benching it and gaming on it for a long, long time thumb.gif
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It still doesn't make sense to me though. The first 775 chips to be soldered actually had a smaller surface area than Ivy does, so I struggle to believe that particular line.

i know, thats why i asked what the others thought about it,
and i didnt know about the die size 775 chips had, thanks..
guess we'll just have to wait and see whats gonna happen then,
i hope its gonna be tim personally ..lol
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Great to hear, congrats!
Hope you'll enjoy taking it appart, putting CLP where it matters, reassembling it, overclocking it and then benching it and gaming on it for a long, long time thumb.gif

thanks "neighbour" smile.gif
yea, gonna be a fun project again,
my aim/hope is 10C off temps, 1200/6000 oc, instead of 1000/5500 it has now,
maybe a bit more smile.gif
not gonna push it very hard tho, gotta run at least 3 years ..lol
Edited by VonDutch - 12/13/12 at 8:13am
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