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Originally Posted by Teh Rav3n View Post

Awww hell Stick, have your Mom pick up a 3770k for me too. I'm 3 hours away (6 hrs. round trip) from a MC.

Delid ver. 2.0



I'm seriously not going through all the trouble of draining my loop, taking everything apart, reassembling & refilling, testing, and then taking it back apart again to delid. Keep your fingers crossed that this ones a decent overclocker mates. biggrin.gif

You didn't test your OC before delidding?
Edited by PuffinMyLye - 1/4/13 at 6:40pm
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I had that issue twice in my lifetime and once it was PSU and another time it was a motherboard issue. Sorry for the vague answer but I would try to switch out the PSU first and see if that works.
I had lots of issues with PSUs in my life, but that mostly at work. here I used a few Tt units and only W0132RU gave me a headache when I tried using it on z68 ftw + 2600k ... had to RMA the PSU and replacement unit lasted 5 hours LOL! then RMA'd again and recived the model I have now, was trouble free for 9 months ...

problem is in my current setup it's a royal PITA to swap the PSU, so if I do that I will most likely buy a better PSU and stay with it, because I have to drain the loop and disconnect the front rad in order to pull the PSU out...
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Good luck man! That board seems pretty decent.
I think it's most likely the psu, Tt units tend to suck (save for a few Toughpower XT units)
I normally skip Tt products myself tongue.gif
Doubt it's the board, but perhaps you can try flashing another bios, the beta bioses found at kingpincooling.com are the best.
A friend lives pretty close to the one in Richardson. So I can get cheap stuff too...got my MVG there with the discount, and he got a 3570k with the combo lol

I'm too 99% sure it's the PSU, since this is the part I need to power cycle so Power Button starts working ... kinda hard to imagine it would be caused by the MB, since it has power at standby (afte one of such shutdowns), I just can't boot up like the Power button was disconnected, nothing happens when I press it (until I cycle the PSU).

will try one of those beta BIOSes I think, if I can find those over there ... or will try a known good 704 BIOS to see if that happens again, I keep it on BIOS2 position so I can always fall back to it when there is a problem with latest one on BIOS1 position.

also wondering if running AIDA64 in background might have something to do with it ... I unloaded it for time being and trying to see if that happens again without it on same PSU and same BIOS.
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You didn't test your OC before delidding?

Nope.jpg I don't have any board but my z77e-itx, nor a compatible air cooler to test with. The only air cooler, aside from the OEM pos, I have anymore, is an old S775 Tuniq Tower which has been in my junk parts bin for about 4 forevers. wink.gif I've been under water for years, and up until this build, AMD only since P3. No compatible water blocks either.

Take a look at my Prodigy build, and you'll see why I chose to delid first. It's no fun taking that apart, or putting it back together. smile.gif
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You didn't test your OC before delidding?

Nope.jpg I don't have any board but my z77e-itx, nor a compatible air cooler to test with. The only air cooler, aside from the OEM pos, I have anymore, is an old S775 Tuniq Tower which has been in my junk parts bin for about 4 forevers. wink.gif I've been under water for years, and up until this build, AMD only since P3. No compatible water blocks either.

Take a look at my Prodigy build, and you'll see why I chose to delid first. It's no fun taking that apart, or putting it back together. smile.gif

Raven, mind posting some nice pics of your Prodigy? I've always wanted to make a sexy ITX build and there's finally a case for it. My dad is looking for an HTPC so that might be the perfect excuse. wink.gif
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Raven, mind posting some nice pics of your Prodigy? I've always wanted to make a sexy ITX build and there's finally a case for it. My dad is looking for an HTPC so that might be the perfect excuse. wink.gif

Certainly biggrin.gif Always happy to help out wink.gif Don't mind the WIP pics, it's not finished by a long shot. redface.gif

2012-12-26 20.19.05.jpg

2012-12-26 21.35.28.jpg



I have a couple extra of the black ones, to help out those that need parts (or modded parts). Since Bitfenix doesn't sell replacements and all that jazz. smile.gif
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Raven, mind posting some nice pics of your Prodigy? I've always wanted to make a sexy ITX build and there's finally a case for it. My dad is looking for an HTPC so that might be the perfect excuse. wink.gif

Certainly biggrin.gif Always happy to help out wink.gif Don't mind the WIP pics, it's not finished by a long shot. redface.gif

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2012-12-26 21.35.28.jpg



I have a couple extra of the black ones, to help out those that need parts (or modded parts). Since Bitfenix doesn't sell replacements and all that jazz. smile.gif

That looks beautiful. thumb.gif I'd tuck in the cables a bit more but that looks sexy. I want to do one in a white Prodigy. Whenever my dad mentions he wants an HTPC, I'll run this by him. tongue.gif
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From that link you posted, it looks like I'd need to take my motherboard out to make contact with those pins on the back end of it. Is this the case? I don't see any other way I'm going to get to those contacts.
EDIT: I'm an idiot forgetting I can access that part of the motherboard by taking the ride side of my case off rolleyes.gif.
So am I grounding the black probe and then touching one of the metal tips with the red to test the voltage while the CPU is on load or as it says in that link you gave me touching one of the metal tips with the black probe and touching it's pair with the red?

as it says on the link.
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Bad idea...not testing it before.
Also, no discussion of forbidden R M @ thingies here guys, keep it clean and follow the TOS wink.gif
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That looks beautiful. thumb.gif I'd tuck in the cables a bit more but that looks sexy. I want to do one in a white Prodigy. Whenever my dad mentions he wants an HTPC, I'll run this by him. tongue.gif


Thanks, I intend to very shortly. I had just finished rewiring the 24 pin after cutting to the exact length in those shots. I was just eager to get it up and running at that point. I'll be tucking it in an hour or so, once I get the mobo & cpu swapped out. I have to pull the drive cage to do that, and the 840 Pro sitting up on top of the cage isn't exactly easy to disconnect from the SATA & power cables. wink.gif

Back to the question of the UV/Black vs. UV/Clear tubing. I think I might just stick with the UV/Clear, because the UV/Black looks...well, bad when under a black light. A bit of a grungy looking dark blue which the cfl's have to be reeeally close to, in order to get a reaction. My son likes it on his computer, but me? Not so much.
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That looks beautiful. thumb.gif I'd tuck in the cables a bit more but that looks sexy. I want to do one in a white Prodigy. Whenever my dad mentions he wants an HTPC, I'll run this by him. tongue.gif


Thanks, I intend to very shortly. I had just finished rewiring the 24 pin after cutting to the exact length in those shots. I was just eager to get it up and running at that point. I'll be tucking it in an hour or so, once I get the mobo & cpu swapped out. I have to pull the drive cage to do that, and the 840 Pro sitting up on top of the cage isn't exactly easy to disconnect from the SATA & power cables. wink.gif

Back to the question of the UV/Black vs. UV/Clear tubing. I think I might just stick with the UV/Clear, because the UV/Black looks...well, bad when under a black light. A bit of a grungy looking dark blue which the cfl's have to be reeeally close to, in order to get a reaction. My son likes it on his computer, but me? Not so much.

Yea, the UV/clear sounds like a better choice to me. Also, I'm finally going to be able to learn how to sleeve. tongue.gif I'll be ordering paracord or something like that and I just bought a heatgun!
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