Originally Posted by PuffinMyLye
I'd never bother testing anything below 4.5-4.6 in terms of long term stability because that's when the vcore jumps begin in most cases. Give 4.5-4.6 a test and check the vcore. Then you'll have a better idea where you stand. Good luck
yeah, I never even bother checking anything below 1.20V ... what I do I set manual fixed 1.200v and check how high on multiplier it takes me (stable) ... then I set 1.520V and check again ... use Cinebench 11.5 x64 for quick stability testing with moderate temps, much better than IBT, especially before delid.
,y 2 chips form batch 3224B could do cinebench stable 4.7GHz with a tiny bot bump over 1.20V, something like 1210-1215mv or so. then they both did 5.0GHz stable at ~1.47V
but different batches scale differently, I've seen one that could do only 4.8GHz with 1.52V ...
Originally Posted by VonDutch
i had to pee...LOL
problem is, if i wake up, i cant go back to sleep, awake is awake kinda guy,
o well, i will survive the day, and i can talk to you guys some more,
when i wake up normal time, you guys(usa) are about to go to bed ...lol
will try, but running 4.7ghz now.. thanks
ha ha! my wife's like that
on contrary, I'm the kind of guy that can wake up half asleep with one eye opened when nature calls, go to toilet and then come back to bed and sleep for next 6 hours no trouble LOL!
... my only problem is the initial falling asleep ... hence why I am sitting here at 3:30am ... but once I do fall asleep then ... oh well, I usually oversleep
Originally Posted by Matt-Matt
Yep, 1/4 of each tube..
There was some of the ultra over the cap too, they spilled a fair amount of that. Damn Australian Customs..
I bet it possibly went through two sets of customs also, probably Australian + German ones hence why so much was wasted.
customs took samples of the TIM from both syringes?? that's creepy ... what did they expect ... smuggling of a liquid plutonium or something LOL?
I have a question to anybody (water cooling) who actually succeeded in creating an XSPC LCD display with a Bitspower water temp fitting (soldering), started a thread on this here:
I failed twice (2 units dead) ... namely, the moment I unsolder the stock sensor wires from unit's PCB, the unit is dead and no longer displays anything (it lights up blank) ... anybody had such trouble? have anybody ever done this? I don't understand why this is happening, nothing was shorted, solder was clean ... it even happened on two different PCB designs/revisions with different components surrounding the soldering area, ***?
I needed to re-order the darn XSPC LCD display for the third time, this time I am gonna solder/splice the new sensor wires together with old ones, not touching the darn PCB anymore, XSPC makes cheap electronic devices ... those things are so fragile like hell (don't even want to go about this now, had to re-solder a few things after holding them stripped in hands)...
on a side note, a question ... Does XSPC Support even exist for North America???? I tried contacting those *******s 3 times over their stupid website contact form on 3 different issues and NEVER received any reply ever ... now wondering how helpful they would be if something happened to my Raystorm, Razors or XSPC rads ... go figure ... food for thought.