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I have a few doubts hope you guys can help me smile.gif

I am using my CPU at 1.17v @ 4500MHz (60ºc) for 4600 i need about 1.24v (71ºC) if i delid the cpu will it do the same oc with less volts or it uses the same voltage?
Are my current temps bad for the oc it has? Will i see a drop lets say 10-15ºc? (I only have MX-4 at the momment)
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Regular SA...and MVG, I have that xD It looks good, but you can always replace the fans with black ones, or red led fans. I go for performance over looks normally, so I got some vicious 220cfm 120x38 fans:rolleyes:
You can also paint the MVG's heatsinks, remove them and spray paint them to whatever color suits you...the Ty-140 fans are hard to dissasemble and paint.
post #6193 of 33574
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You can always keep it as a backup chip and save for another one, even better....get a 3770k biggrin.gif

Looks like I'm going to be doing just that. smile.gif It's confirmed, this 3750k just suxxorz. Boots fine and passes 10 runs of IBT at a 44 multi and 1.2 Vcore. 45 multi takes a minimum of 1.35 Vcore to be stable. Last but not least, 46 will boot at no less than 1.48 Vcore. Stable at 4.9 with 1.49v.

I'll be leaving it at 4.5 Ghz for the duration. It's a little depressing after all of that work, and by that I mean de-lidding & getting it all assembled inside of this...

WIP cell pic.

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I have a few doubts hope you guys can help me smile.gif
I am using my CPU at 1.17v @ 4500MHz (60ºc) for 4600 i need about 1.24v (71ºC) if i delid the cpu will it do the same oc with less volts or it uses the same voltage?
Are my current temps bad for the oc it has? Will i see a drop lets say 10-15ºc? (I only have MX-4 at the momment)

I think that chip is perfectly fine as is...unless you wanna push for 5ghz 24/7 I wouldn't delid it.
You would see at least 10c if you push the oc a bit higher, cause 71c is nothing for an Ivy chip, with a tjmax of 105c. thumb.gif
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Looks like I'm going to be doing just that. smile.gif It's confirmed, this 3750k just suxxorz. Boots fine and passes 10 runs of IBT at a 44 multi and 1.2 Vcore. 45 multi takes a minimum of 1.35 Vcore to be stable. Last but not least, 46 will boot at no less than 1.48 Vcore. Stable at 4.9 with 1.49v.
I'll be leaving it at 4.5 Ghz for the duration. It's a little depressing after all of that work, and by that I mean de-lidding & getting it all assembled inside of this...
WIP cell pic.

Crap, looks like so much work... :/
Nice setup btw biggrin.gif
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Regular SA...and MVG, I have that xD It looks good, but you can always replace the fans with black ones, or red led fans. I go for performance over looks normally, so I got some vicious 220cfm 120x38 fans:rolleyes:
You can also paint the MVG's heatsinks, remove them and spray paint them to whatever color suits you...the Ty-140 fans are hard to dissasemble and paint.

I kinda want peace and quiet. I downclocked my CPU to 4.6 rather than 4.8 and now it runs on only 1.22vcore so I'm barely hitting 65C on my H100. H100 is so loud though and it gets annoying with the paint job I gave it. No more spray painting for me! I'll have it all done by a professional now! Anyway, I'll see what they have and get what looks best!
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If it is not broke dont fix it right smile.gif
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That's my motto now...learned it the hard way xD
(hint: running a g620 in an MVG)
post #6199 of 33574
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Crap, looks like so much work... :/
Nice setup btw biggrin.gif

Thanks smile.gif Yeah, it was a bear to get the loop assembled in that tight space. Oh, I had a typo in that post you quoted. 1.49 Vcore for 4.6 Ghz stable. I wish it was a 49 multi, I'd be alright w/ that. :/
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Thanks smile.gif Yeah, it was a bear to get the loop assembled in that tight space. Oh, I had a typo in that post you quoted. 1.49 Vcore for 4.6 Ghz stable. I wish it was a 49 multi, I'd be alright w/ that. :/

Eek. that blows
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