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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

I was stating my point of view, I WOULD sell my gtx 670 ftw though, cause gaming is not my priority nor bragging rights, but benching and competing at hwbot.org. thumb.gif
I owe my team mates so much, a great bunch of fellas...
http://www.multimeterwarehouse.com/usingamultimeter.htm
You can begin by testing your psu:
http://www.hardwareheaven.com/guides/testingPSU/
My gtx 670 ftw oc's to1359/3550mhz
im not selling it either i love it
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hehehe, thing is I need the money, and I need a 775 ddr3 benching board, and money to pay my ln2 pot shipping cost (a team mate is giving me his Dragon F1 for free redface.gif), plus I owe 1200usd to the bank. And I only have a 1280x960 CRT atm, and no money for a better 1080p ips led monitor.
Gotta save for a custom loop, and I'd rather spend the money on that over the course of the year instead of spending money on gaming gear which will lead me to spend even MORE money in the long run.
(If I stick to the low res monitor I can game with my hd4000 and afford the other benching upgrades and paying off part of my debt.)
post #7193 of 33991
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

I was stating my point of view, I WOULD sell my gtx 670 ftw though, cause gaming is not my priority nor bragging rights, but benching and competing at hwbot.org. thumb.gif
I owe my team mates so much, a great bunch of fellas...
http://www.multimeterwarehouse.com/usingamultimeter.htm
You can begin by testing your psu:
http://www.hardwareheaven.com/guides/testingPSU/

Thanks ivan for the links smile.gif.
post #7194 of 33991
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Originally Posted by Belial View Post

it's not like your going to overcock your laptop so why in the world would you delid it? Way too much risk to be worth it... there are better things you can do to drop temps.
Im sure it's possible but I'm just gonna delid it first thing.
On a side note, what's the deal with ram voltage on i5 system? Sorry, I come from AMD where there isn't any connection between the two, I just raised my ram voltage to 1.8v and maxed it out (ram is cheap, and 1.7-1.8 is considered generally the highest 24/7 limit, so 1.8 is a little bit extreme for 24/7 but whatever). Like it's okay to overvolt ram as long as you raise some other voltage within .5v of it? Hard to find a straight answer with a bunch of idiots saying "dont overvolt ram ever!" on search results on TH and such.

With x58 (never had an 1156 rig so didn't read up to see if it is the same), the IMC/VTT voltage had to be within 0.5V of the vdimm. So 1.8V on the memory should have at least 1.3V on the IMC.
    
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Originally Posted by tw33k View Post

I just bought an Acer Iconia W700. It runs an i5-3317U. Reckon I could open it up and de-lid the chip? wink.gif
They dont have IHS's, put should still put some ultra or pro on it!!
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Originally Posted by PuffinMyLye View Post

Just got home and see that my mulimeter arrived. Can someone point me to a thread/guide on how to use one to test my voltages? Never used one before.
What motherboard? I taught myself how to do this a few weeks ago, I could help, maybe we'll do it by PM? PM me if you still need help!
post #7196 of 33991
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Originally Posted by stickg1 View Post

They dont have IHS's, put should still put some ultra or pro on it!!
What motherboard? I taught myself how to do this a few weeks ago, I could help, maybe we'll do it by PM? PM me if you still need help!

ASRock Extreme4. Don't see any useful info in the manual about it.
post #7197 of 33991
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Originally Posted by PuffinMyLye View Post

ASRock Extreme4. Don't see any useful info in the manual about it.

Well typically you can check your vCore from a VRM or MOFSET close to the CPU socket. On my P8Z77-V PRO I was able to get accurate readings from these contacts...



You need to be sure that the grounding probe (typically the black one) is properly grounded. What I do is stick it in one of the middle two prongs of a spare molex plug. Some people just ground it against their case. I find that if I stick it in the molex I have one more free hand.

Also you do run a risk of shorting the board or components, and this will happen if you manage to touch multiple contacts with the red probe. So just use a steady hand and try to make good contact with one of the mofset or VRM motherboard contacts.

post #7198 of 33991
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Originally Posted by stickg1 View Post

They dont have IHS's, put should still put some ultra or pro on it!!
What motherboard? I taught myself how to do this a few weeks ago, I could help, maybe we'll do it by PM? PM me if you still need help!

If they don't have an ihs they will benefit greatly from LP on die biggrin.gif (15c temp drops or more lol)
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ASRock Extreme4. Don't see any useful info in the manual about it.

That could mean it doesn't have specific voltage read points, you might have to do it the old fashioned way.
post #7199 of 33991
DUDES!!! MAMA STICK IS GONNA HOOK IT UP!!!

Okay, so my mom is going up to Tennessee to see her mother (we are in South Carolina), and in order to get there she has to go through Atlanta. So I jokingly told her to just pop into Micro Center and grab me a new i5-3570K and ASRock Extreme6. Well after I explained to her what those things were, she asked where it (Micro Center) was and it just so happens to be on the way of where she is going and she has seen the building before!! So she agreed to pick me up a chip and CPU and it will run me only $300!!!! So I pre-ordered and have it all ready for her to pick up on Sunday!

Hopefully I get a much better chip than this first one that needs 1.41v for 4.5GHz and I can RMA this faulty ASUS P8Z77-V Pro...
post #7200 of 33991
quick OT question ... if my rig sometimes shuts down on its own at idle (once or twice a day so far) and then the power button is unresponsive until I power cycle the rocker switch on PSU ... does it mean the PSU is going out? as far as I can tell all voltages are normal when it runs (checked with multimeter via various plugs also with thin backprobe leads on hot terminals). it's a 9 month old Thermaltake ToughPower Grand 1050M.
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