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Originally Posted by Matt-Matt View Post

Yeah, if you use the CLP or CLU (I used pro on the DIE to make the IHS stick). I got at least a 25c drop. If you're using say MX-2 etc the average drop is about ~15c, it depends on how bad the stock TIM was and what kind of cooler you have also oh and of course your skills with applying the CLP/CLU.

CLP is supposed to make it stick? I put CLP on the die and between the IHS and waterblock and neither stuck. When I unmounted my block there was no tension and when removing my CPU from the socket the IHS was clearly loose.
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Well good and bad news..I'll be getting a ton of 3770k's to bin and resell for free xD
Lucky me huh?
EDIT: ah the bad news...I suspect my g620 died a glorious death. gonna try changing bios settings via rog connect using a notebook though.

Free 3770k's? That's awesome thumb.gif.
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Originally Posted by VonDutch View Post

yea, thought the cold i had was good too, wasnt sure if the same goes for oc's, vcores and our temps on air,
0C is cold tho..of course still hot compared to dice/ln2 etc
yep, my daily oc is about 1.310V vcore, 4.7ghz..
but didnt notice i need more vcore for the lower oc's ..
still find it hard to believe its already degrading,
but maybe running 1.850V vcore through it, wasnt a good idea after all ...LOL biggrin.gif
Clear CMOS in BIOS first and try only a CPU overclock with no memory settings (leave at default) and other necessary adjustments. sometimes BIOS plays tricks ... or we just forget that one settings omitted somewhere which changes everything wink.gif
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Originally Posted by Teh Rav3n View Post

That could be it, I only ever had a problem with one Yate fan, and it was a defective cap that popped as soon as it was powered up. I strongly suspect it was made by one of the subcontracted companies they license manufacturing out to, and those subcontracted YL's are definitely much lower in quality. From the motor itself being physically smaller, to the components on the pcb's being substandard. Petra's is the only one that I know of off hand that deals direct w/ YL, and always has the high quality manufactured directly by YL versions. I haven't really much used Scythe, aside from their 128 in 1 card reader that's in my old system (Now my son's computer. I have a Akasa Baymaster S reader/2.5" dock for an external monitor stand/surround sound amp/dock project I've got going on).
Before I went custom water a few years back, I was all into high cfm/pressure Delta's, Pabst, & Mechatronics with my Megahalem's. Wind noise > bearing noise! biggrin.gif A few years of that got pretty old though. There's nothing like hearing your Delta MegaFast's running through a closed door, on the other end of the house while you're out in the garage! Lol! wink.gif I ran the MegaFast's both on the outside in p/p on a Silver Arrow later, with a gutted 140mm shrouding the middle. 4.4 Ghz stable on a 965 BE on air, but good god they were loud though!
I've been thinking along the same lines for years about fail safe's. That's the thing with the Aquaero 5's, it's not just simply a fan/pump controller. It's an onboard cooling system stand alone micro computer that interfaces real time with the OS, and with the built in mobo/cpu/gpu/rpm/pwm sensors. Not to mention having it's own wide array of available sensors itself. From flow rate, to water temp, to direct contact thermistor sensors, and even water level sensors. The auto shutdown failsafe is just the cherry on top. Imo, it's the pinnacle when it comes to fan control, no question. Plus, if you're running a pwm controlled pump like I am, there is no need for any PowerAdust add-on's. Simply plug the PWM in, and the power from the pump comes direct from the psu while the Aquaero controls it. The optional heatsink at bare minimum is the only accessory absolutely necessary to purchase additional to the the Aquaero 5 LT or Pro models when running PWM pumps. With the XT, it already comes equipped. Long story short: Highly recommended. thumb.gif
@ VonDutch: I won't say for certain, because my experience is quite limited w/ Ivy, but that's exactly what happened to my 3750k before it started ctd'ing and later, bsod'ing. It jumped from 1.35 to 1.40 to boot at 4.4, then 1.43 Vcore all in the course of 48 hours. 0X50e error codes. Even at stock, it's doing the same. A dying IMC I'm pretty certain, being that my memtest runs (2x) and Prime 95 came out fine on my sons comp w/ the Sammie ELV "miracle" mem installed.
Oh well, the new chip will be here tomorrow biggrin.gif
ouch ... my former MB killed 2 chips that I used with, both in same manner degraded the core up to +0.1V within 2-3 weeks ... they were still stable at stock, but the stock VID went up to like 1.30V he he ... all higher clocks were degraded too ...

That is an interesting hardware thingy you mention, I will look it up, but for now I am trying to make my sensors work with something like AIDA64 or maybe SpeedFan or CoreFan or something ... I already have fan controllers and sensors plugged in where I need them and my water pump runs at constant 24V via a voltage controller ... all I need is a piece of software that could issue a command (e.g. "shutdown -s -t 01") when it detects lack of input on CPU FAN header ... still hoping to get it done this way.
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Originally Posted by PuffinMyLye View Post

Can one be gotten for cheap?
I use cheap Chinese multimeters by Centech from a local Harbor Freight Tools, they sell them at like $2-7 (depending on promotion) and those thingies are amazingly precise even the lowest ohm/volt settings. usual error is around 0.8 ohm (touch leads together and you will know):
http://www.harborfreight.com/7-function-digital-multimeter-92020.html
the cheapest ones have no screen backlite, the more expensive models do.

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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Well good and bad news..I'll be getting a ton of 3770k's to bin and resell for free xD
Lucky me huh?
EDIT: ah the bad news...I suspect my g620 died a glorious death. gonna try changing bios settings via rog connect using a notebook though.
where from? biggrin.gif save one for me if it's any good wink.gif
what happened to your G620? no boot now?
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Not so free...I gotta pay for them after I test them. But I can sell them for profit and thus bin for free.

EDIT: I'm so into benching that I'll sell my gtx 670 ftw and buy a custom loop and start saving for the next gen videocards and a decent monitor. biggrin.gif
HD4000 will game alright at 1280x960 (current crt's res) till I get my loop going, meanwhile I can bench on older gpus like 8800/9800 vmodded cards lol
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Originally Posted by feniks View Post

I use cheap Chinese multimeters by Centech from a local Harbor Freight Tools, they sell them at like $2-7 (depending on promotion) and those thingies are amazingly precise even the lowest ohm/volt settings. usual error is around 0.8 ohm (touch leads together and you will know):
http://www.harborfreight.com/7-function-digital-multimeter-92020.html
the cheapest ones have no screen backlite, the more expensive models do.

$12 shipped on Amazon. Now that I can swing biggrin.gif.
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Hey guys! The Corsair C70 Window mod is finally DONE!

Here are some pictures!




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Hey guys! The Corsair C70 Window mod is finally DONE!
Here are some pictures! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




Awesome! Looks Good! thumb.gif
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Hey guys! The Corsair C70 Window mod is finally DONE!
Here are some pictures!





That's a very nice looking case Swag. I'm a fan thumb.gif.
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Hey guys! The Corsair C70 Window mod is finally DONE!
Here are some pictures! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




Awesome! Looks Good! thumb.gif

Thanks! Took a while to finish. I found the best drill bit to be able to make the holes. tongue.gif The 1/4 wood bore drill bit! But the dremel did a fantastic job cutting the acrylic and sanding it wasn't too hard.

Thanks puffin.
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Not so free...I gotta pay for them after I test them. But I can sell them for profit and thus bin for free.
EDIT: I'm so into benching that I'll sell my gtx 670 ftw and buy a custom loop and start saving for the next gen videocards and a decent monitor. biggrin.gif
HD4000 will game alright at 1280x960 (current crt's res) till I get my loop going, meanwhile I can bench on older gpus like 8800/9800 vmodded cards lol
I see biggrin.gif happy binning then! thumb.gif
he he, you selling the 670 FTW and building a loop now? nice, tough (I never know how to spell correctly this darn word hehe) decision, but for benching it will be a must biggrin.gif
HD4000 is not bad, I liked it when testing it, at low res it was playing games just fine, maybe the eye candy had to be limited, but it was all right, good luck!
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$12 shipped on Amazon. Now that I can swing biggrin.gif.
yeah, that's a good find, much better than driving from NY to NJ and paying tunnel/bridge tolls to get something cheap from NJ hehe... I believe they charge $12 nowadays for Lincoln Tunnel to NY ... not even mentioning the gas & traffic ... anyways, good luck! biggrin.gif
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Just looking at microcenter and i found this for anyone who needs the practice.....http://www.microcenter.com/search/search_results.aspx?N=4294966995+22&cat=%2410-and-less-%3a-Processors%2fCPUs-%3a-Computer-Parts-%3a-Micro-Center
that looks like awesome cheap source of victims for deliding practice hehe biggrin.gif
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Hey guys! The Corsair C70 Window mod is finally DONE!
Here are some pictures! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




very nicely done! thumb.gif
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