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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

Kind of that idea with the rad but, you cut the fan slots ou and insert the rad into the actualy frame of the top itself so the rad is part of the case. which will then give you plenty of fan room unlike the original case features. Then have all the pumping and such go as I please muhahahahahaha. but I think I'll have to do a dual pump system you?
total rad count is 8 if I go bonkers on it. a 80mm 360 dual 60mm 240's then dual/single 80mm 120 a 200mm rad and a 80mm 480 as well..... and 2-3 gpu full blocks and a cpu block and all compression fitting and not sure on the tube sizing yet gonna have to re look at that.....
found it!
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/13732/ex-tub-988/Danger_Den_DreamFlex_Value_Pack_-_Tubing_Clamps_Tube_Cutter_12ID_x_34OD_-_UV_Green.html?tl=g30c99s1614

so how many rads you say? thick 360 + thickish 240 + thick 120 + 480???? you mad bro? LOL! the rule of a thumb is 120 rad space per component plus 120 or 240 extra for CPU oc'ing (GPU's won't mind unless they are nuclear hot 480's) ... for what you mentioned, yeah you 'd need 2 pumps, but why not go with 2x 360 with a single D5 Strong pump (plus a 24V controller) and be done with it?

Do NOT take that tubing!!! that is a knock off based on Primoflex LRT! and that one is VERY BAD for you.
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HELP! (i recorded this video when people were sleeping so i had to keep my voice down)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ChrUm2H5Jk&feature=youtu.be
I can't get windows to boot past 4.5ghz anymore. I ran a few tests at 4.6 and 4.7 but now i'm getting windows BSOD's every time I change the frequency to 4.6. I think the previous attempts shortened the cpu chip life since I pushed it to around 93C. I even reinstalled windows to see if that would fix the issue, but it didn't. I did run memtest 64 and there were no failed memory errors. thanks
Error message: page fault in non page area.

try Clearing CMOS and starting over. the reset button should be on the back of motherboard where the rear I/O panel is. shutdown, press it for 20 seconds and enter BIOS to restore some of your settings for CPU and MEM.
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HELP! (i recorded this video when people were sleeping so i had to keep my voice down)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ChrUm2H5Jk&feature=youtu.be
I can't get windows to boot past 4.5ghz anymore. I ran a few tests at 4.6 and 4.7 but now i'm getting windows BSOD's every time I change the frequency to 4.6. I think the previous attempts shortened the cpu chip life since I pushed it to around 93C. I even reinstalled windows to see if that would fix the issue, but it didn't. I did run memtest 64 and there were no failed memory errors. thanks
Error message: page fault in non page area. All i did was reseat my IHS and cpu cooler. I haven't touched the ram. I did tighten the cpu cooler much more this time, I just hope that I didn't damage the pcb on the 3770K. sadsmiley.gif

I bet it's your RAM. 16 gigs is kinda hard to keep all the sticks at and hope they all can do it. also what is your RAM rated to as well?

If not are you doing an different vcore with 4.6 and 4.7 or are they staying at the 4.5 vcore? then with offset......... seriously .005v offset means nothing just use manual for goodness sake. if the offset was like .1 then id say keep using it.
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Originally Posted by feniks View Post

so how many rads you say? thick 360 + thickish 240 + thick 120 + 480???? you mad bro? LOL! the rule of a thumb is 120 rad space per component plus 120 or 240 extra for CPU oc'ing (GPU's won't mind unless they are nuclear hot 480's) ... for what you mentioned, yeah you 'd need 2 pumps, but why not go with 2x 360 with a single D5 Strong pump (plus a 24V controller) and be done with it?
Do NOT take that tubing!!! that is a knock off based on Primoflex LRT! and that one is VERY BAD for you.
try Clearing CMOS and starting over. the reset button should be on the back of motherboard where the rear I/O panel is. shutdown, press it for 20 seconds and enter BIOS to restore some of your settings for CPU and MEM.

yeah I figured 2 pumps would be necessary.... but I have the perfect place for both right under a HDD spot right now. then what UV green tubing should I use? it's been a while since I've looked at tubing.
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new night shot of my system (open door) biggrin.gif
post #6725 of 33558
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Originally Posted by c2thew View Post

HELP! (i recorded this video when people were sleeping so i had to keep my voice down)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ChrUm2H5Jk&feature=youtu.be
I can't get windows to boot past 4.5ghz anymore. I ran a few tests at 4.6 and 4.7 but now i'm getting windows BSOD's every time I change the frequency to 4.6. I think the previous attempts shortened the cpu chip life since I pushed it to around 93C. I even reinstalled windows to see if that would fix the issue, but it didn't. I did run memtest 64 and there were no failed memory errors. thanks
Error message: page fault in non page area. All i did was reseat my IHS and cpu cooler. I haven't touched the ram. I did tighten the cpu cooler much more this time, I just hope that I didn't damage the pcb on the 3770K. sadsmiley.gif

Error message: page fault in non page area, is that with a 0x50 error code?
it points to ram problems if it is..(0x50 = RAM timings/Frequency or uncore multi unstable, increase RAM voltage or adjust QPI/VTT, or lower uncore if you're higher than 2x)
do you use xmp profile for your ram maybe?
thought this is a interesting read,
http://ohonei.hubpages.com/hub/What-Is-Page-Fault-in-Nonpaged-Area
maybe helpfull to understand why it happens
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Get the PrimoChill l ADVANCED LRT Unless you want your tubes changing colors and having build up and looking chalky...
Even comes with a bottle of system prep all u need is it and a kill coil.

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/17888/ex-tub-1622/PrimoChill_PrimoFlex_Advanced_LRT_Tubing_12ID_x_34_OD_-_10ft_Retail_Pack_-_Bloodshed_Red_PFLEXA10-34-R_w_Free_Sys_Prep.html?tl=g30c99s1614
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new night shot of my system (open door) biggrin.gif

What size tubing is that?

I have 1/2 ID 3/4 OD and your tubing looks thicker.

Could be your case is smaller tho i donno.


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yeah I figured 2 pumps would be necessary.... but I have the perfect place for both right under a HDD spot right now. then what UV green tubing should I use? it's been a while since I've looked at tubing.

I think you are over doing the amount of rads ... but it's okay with me if you want that he he biggrin.gif
anyways, one pump should be fine, MCP35x for whatever you plan doing wink.gif

there used to be a great estimator on pump flow and pressure on Martin's Labs page, but it seems no more. can email you my copy if you want (excel file), PM me if interested.

also, if you really wanna be safe with tubing, just go with excellent German quality Feser UV Active Green tubing and be happy biggrin.gif
other than that I'd only recommend going with clear tubing (Duralene or Tygoon or Masterkleer) and Mayhems or Feser UV Green dyes (comparison here), but clear tubing clouds (all of them do) over time and dyes like to stain components inside a bit too. Personally I run only colored tubing, plain distilled water and silver kill coil (anti-microbial agent), nothing more, no dyes for me.
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http://www.frozencpu.com/products/17585/ex-tub-1577/PrimoChill_PrimoFlex_Advanced_LRT_Tubing_12ID_x_34_OD_-_10ft_Retail_Pack_-_Clear_PFLEXA10-34.html?tl=g30c99s1614

UV green coolant would work I suppose just as long as the UV reactant doesn't mess with my toxic res.... but what coolant to get then... ugh mad.gif
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i'll try removing 2 sticks (8gb) to see if that allows me to post. I'm using samsung low voltage 30nm ram.
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UV green coolant would work I suppose just as long as the UV reactant doesn't mess with my toxic res.... but what coolant to get then... ugh mad.gif

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