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Really? Everyone's saying 1.65v limit for Ivy from everything I've seen so far, good to know! Thanks & repped. biggrin.gif Yup, I love my MGH-E's, but unfortunately with the Apogee Drive II, I'm limited to only one DIMM because of the necessary pump arrangement. Both on the Z77e-itx due to cpu socket placement (too close to the pci-e), and because of the placement of the UT-60 in the Prodigy it resides in. Only low profile memory fits in slot 1, so I have the Sammie green "Miracle" sticks, which I've managed 2000 Mhz 10-11-10-24-1N with so far. Still testing them though.
However, no more testing until the new cpu gets here... I'm posting from my NAS box atm. frown.gif

I'd go up to 1.75 or perhaps 1.7v as 24/7 voltages, depending on the ram ic...1.8v and up for benching.
Anyway, all the ram I have is for benching purposes so I'm not a good example lol
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

I'd go up to 1.75 or perhaps 1.7v as 24/7 voltages, depending on the ram ic...1.8v and up for benching.
Anyway, all the ram I have is for benching purposes so I'm not a good example lol

Rofl! Yeah, mine too. The Samsung's are the sole non-dedicated benching set I have. Even the old sticks in my NAS box are CL 4 Patriot Extreme DDR2 800. Lol! I have 8 Gb of 2000 Mhz CL 8 Dominator GT's w/ the NMH-E Hyper's tucked away in a box too, prolly one of the few set's still alive actually. The Project X's are the 4 Gb kit of CL 7 2000 Mhz MGH-E's, I should've gotten 8 gig's though. Retrospect... biggrin.gif
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haha! nice...I have two Crucial D9's in a bag in my drawer lol
(and more bbse and psc) biggrin.gif
Sold my Samsung greenies cause they clocked bad (for my taste)
My next upgrade will be a liquid cooling loop or a pot, depending on how good my new 3770k ends up being. If the imc is half decent but it doesn't clock as high with low volts I'll delid and water cool it, sell my gpu after the new 89xx and 7xx series come out and grab one of those or a cheaper 7970 matrix lol
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Nice! I don't have time for much benching any more, teenager's & pre-teen's in the house will do that to ya biggrin.gif I still get the thrill, and it prolly shows. I have a 8500 BTU window AC sitting around, that I started to convert to a phase change cooler. But then, the kids come first in everything, and it's been collecting dust ever since. I only need the lines & block, and some day I'll get around to it. Not today though.

I'd have to dig through boxes in the garage to find the Dom's, but here's my STT Hypers & Patriots Extreme's. wink.gif My bad, the STT's were (2) 2 x 1 kit's, I could've sworn they were a matched kit. I distinctly remember ordering them that way from SuperBiiz... -_-

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Hummm I'm willing to bet I am the oldest member of this club.. rather new to this hobby/sport but have been walking this earth for 0ver 60 years now.
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What is safe max vcore on water just to do validation ? Mine will post at 1.525 @ 5.4 but Windows crashes on startup.
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This is how NOT to apply arctic Mx-4/over-applying TIM. I also mounted the evo 212 to face upwards rather than blowing out the back. I reversed it so now it blows out the back.




I also came to the conclusion that since the copper heatsink should be parallel with the cpu die to maintain maximum thermal transfer. When the evo 212 heatsink was positioned horizontally, the copper pipes didn't necessarily have full contact with the heat spreader.


Idle temperatures (can't believe 1 core is at 1 degrees celsius

4.7 overclock using stock bios settings. (just changed the frequency timer to 47 and enabled turbo asrock extreme 4 bios) ambient temperature is 60 degrees so I think 4.7 is the max i can push this chip on air cooling before hitting tjmax


ok so after the 6th time i've reseated the IHS and my hyper 212 evo cooler using arctic mx-4 I finally came to the realization of what I was doing wrong.
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I used one like this, except the larger diameter version. It's just the standard felt polishing wheel found in nearly every dremel accessory kit. smile.gif




I tried the eraser method. It didn't get all of the residue off, but i did have more control without the fear of melting the pcb.
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What is safe max vcore on water just to do validation ? Mine will post at 1.525 @ 5.4 but Windows crashes on startup.

No need to post with such a high multi, post with 5ghz and slowly work your way up changing multiplier and eventually bclk and voltage from within Windows. That's the way to do a proper validation!
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Nice! I don't have time for much benching any more, teenager's & pre-teen's in the house will do that to ya biggrin.gif I still get the thrill, and it prolly shows. I have a 8500 BTU window AC sitting around, that I started to convert to a phase change cooler. But then, the kids come first in everything, and it's been collecting dust ever since. I only need the lines & block, and some day I'll get around to it. Not today though.
I'd have to dig through boxes in the garage to find the Dom's, but here's my STT Hypers & Patriots Extreme's. wink.gif My bad, the STT's were (2) 2 x 1 kit's, I could've sworn they were a matched kit. I distinctly remember ordering them that way from SuperBiiz... -_-

hehehe! Nice...I always wanted to mod an AC into a single stage or a water chiller (the latter being much easier) but I never did get to do it. I still have plenty of time to save, perhaps I can build a custom loop first and then turn it into a chiller biggrin.gif
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I tried the eraser method. It didn't get all of the residue off, but i did have more control without the fear of melting the pcb.

I used a cotton swab with alcohol and my fingernails...
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So back to the 7970 that the ebay guy wants a refund on. He finally sent me a picture, and this is what he wants a $300 refund for...



I mean come on, just bend it back, you could probably do it with your hands...
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