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http://www.frozencpu.com/images/awards/pumpchartpdf.pdf

5.28 gal/minute on my D5/ mcp655.....13 feet of head pressure
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http://www.frozencpu.com/images/awards/pumpchartpdf.pdf
5.28 gal/minute on my D5/ mcp655.....13 feet of head pressure

Like I said I tried lol.
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http://www.frozencpu.com/images/awards/pumpchartpdf.pdf
5.28 gal/minute on my D5/ mcp655.....13 feet of head pressure

Like I said I tried lol.
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Okay just makin sure. Don't want to see 400 bucks not pumping right lol. Yeah 5 gpm is good. The mcp655 I want is around 8 or 13 I THINK complete balpark guess here on my end if im wrong welp I haven't looked at wc stuff for around 4 months.

MCP: 3.9 gpm (= 240 gph) (100%)
MCP/Rad (custom*): 3.4 gpm (87%)
MCP/Storm/Rad: 1.6 gpm (40%)
MCP/Rad/MCP/Storm: 2.1 gpm (52%)


Setting v RPM data found on a German OC forum:
P1 = 1800 RPM
P2 = 2550 RPM
P3 = 3300 RPM
P4 = 4050 RPM
P5 = 4800 RPM

Its slower @_@

Any ways u never want more then 1.5 GPM any who.

My loop i had on my X58 used a MCP355
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http://www.frozencpu.com/images/awards/pumpchartpdf.pdf
5.28 gal/minute on my D5/ mcp655.....13 feet of head pressure
thats the new version,,

Still the Drive II pump is a monster and could prolly push 3 480 rads...
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I know I'm a bit late, but stability has nothing to do with whether it degrades or not. Degradation is all to do with voltage and heat. Physical quantities which have a dangerous effect on the material of which the die is made. Instability is due to incomplete switching of transistors at high speeds, this does not cause any physical damage.
I could run my chip at an unstable overclock for years and, provided the volts were fine and the temps were good, it would be just as good as the day I got it after all those years. thumb.gif
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There is a reason people shoot to be stable if there was not.. everybody would be happy with "Kinda stable" FTW 420 would prolly know.. i have not heard much about un stable chips dieing from it since X58.

I also don't think instability degrades or damages the cpu at all, it can put a hurting on the OS after a while. Most OCNers install an OS, set an overclock, & then never change anything until they get a new rig or hardware, makes sense for them to be completely stable so they can just use the machine & not have to worry about reinstalling windows in the future (if it is unstable enough to corrupt the OS).
Some of us tinker with the machines constantly, it makes little sense to run 24 hours of prime 95 for an overclock that will likely be changed less than 24 hours later.
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I'm currently running 4 sticks of 1866Mhz G.Skill with 9-10-9-28 1t timings. If I purchase 2 x 8GB sticks of 2400-2600Mhz RAM, do you folks think I would be able to lower the voltage my 3770K needs @ 4.8Ghz? I just finished a 13 hour prime 27.7 run @ 4.8Ghz 1.32v. Thoughts?

With sandy & ivy memory clocks are pretty independent of cpu (unless changing bclk). With a better memory kit memory should clock better, but would probably make no difference to the vcore the cpu needs (cpu IMC might have different requirements). 4.8 at 1.32 is pretty good, chip I'm using right now is at 4.8 at 1.4V.
    
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Guy on Hard forum selling 3770ks for 250$ each.

microcenter is still 229.00

Does anyone know why Microcenter can price their CPUs so low???
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Does anyone know why Microcenter can price their CPUs so low???

There not making any money off them id say...

It is to get u into the door in hopes u buy other things...

You just have no Idea all the free advertising they get across the net for doing that... bet it pays for it's self 10 fold.
    
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Originally Posted by PCWargamer View Post

Does anyone know why Microcenter can price their CPUs so low???

There not making any money off them id say...

It is to get u into the door in hopes u buy other things...

You just have no Idea all the free advertising they get across the net for doing that... bet it pays for it's self 10 fold.

That could be true, but they then have package deals where you can get a CPU at that lowest of low prices plus a motherboard at $40 or $50 off! And the price of the motherboard was already same or better than the Fry's here.

Just wondering how they do it because I like to take advantage of those deals and still do not find my regular shopping for other stuff there (HD, SDD, Mem) to be any higher than Fry's either.

Not complaining or anything, I just wonder how they do it.....
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That could be true, but they then have package deals where you can get a CPU at that lowest of low prices plus a motherboard at $40 or $50 off! And the price of the motherboard was already same or better than the Fry's here.
Just wondering how they do it because I like to take advantage of those deals and still do not find my regular shopping for other stuff there (HD, SDD, Mem) to be any higher than Fry's either.
Not complaining or anything, I just wonder how they do it.....

Yea I'd love to know as well but I guess I don't really care haha. I used to travel an hour to the one in Patterson, NJ but when the one in Yonkers, NY opened up it was a godsend as it's 15 minutes away. The only problem is the constant urge to swing by there for the hell of it. Not good for the wallet biggrin.gif.
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http://www.frozencpu.com/images/awards/pumpchartpdf.pdf
5.28 gal/minute on my D5/ mcp655.....13 feet of head pressure

That pump is amazing, and I got the 1 with speed control which is 1 step faster than the one without it. And my EK top added more head pressure, can't hear it at max speed.
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