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Originally Posted by d1nky View Post

1.5v for a few minutes of a bench is ok, and i only do that at night when its cold lol

im still waiting on my friggin wages to get the xspc 750 raystorm kit. been looking at monsoon compression fittings and a small res to put in ice.


guess im just goin to have to be patient and wait for better cooling! ill find a nice 4.6ghz and test out the ram!

Yup its the best way i think, its what id do, ya wouldnt want to break something redface.gif

Youll love the raystorm kit when ya get it smile.gif
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Something to wet your whistle (Click to show)
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Here is what I wet my whistle with even though I am a Yank.[/quote]



Its what i drank when i was a drinker lol stella and Newky Brown biggrin.gif
Edited by gertruude - 6/7/13 at 10:45am
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First 3 sheets used were 600 grit Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





Finally got down to the copper and started on 1200 grit Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


That's enough! I heard my tablet tell me the time on the hour 3 times lol

Time to fit the CPU Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
redface.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


EDIT - Oh yea, and the magic number was 1308 biggrin.gif
Edited by magicdave26 - 6/7/13 at 11:04am
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double post ya naughty boy haha!

well its hard being impatient but itll be worth it, and if watercooling doesnt help itll be an RMA due to ''shutting down constantly'' rolleyes.gif

its crazy the amount of volts this things wants, when i take it apart ill take a pic of batch number.
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First 3 sheets used were 600 grit
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)







Finally got down to the copper and started on 1200 grit





That's enough! I heard my tablet tell me the time on the hour 3 times lol

Time to fit the CPU



redface.gif


EDIT - Oh yea, and the magic number was 1308 biggrin.gif

Amazing lol REP+1 quick too rolleyes.gif

noticed any difference ?

Put pics in spoiler pls tongue.giflmaosmiley.gif
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Originally Posted by gertruude View Post

Amazing lol REP+1 quick too rolleyes.gif

noticed any difference ?

Put pics in spoiler pls tongue.giflmaosmiley.gif

Done smile.gif

Well before doing this, P95 would jump up to 62-63c and keep climbing fairly quickly

Just let it run for a good while and after about 10 minutes it finally touched 59c on Coretemp and 58c / 64c on HWiNFO64, so it has definitely made a difference, not enough to give my current cooler any longer life if I'm honest, but if it can do that @ 4.7GHz - 1.45vcore on a £35 4-5 year old air cooler, I expect to see some decent temps when I put it under water
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Quote:
Originally Posted by magicdave26 View Post

First 3 sheets used were 600 grit Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





Finally got down to the copper and started on 1200 grit Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


That's enough! I heard my tablet tell me the time on the hour 3 times lol

Time to fit the CPU Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
redface.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


EDIT - Oh yea, and the magic number was 1308 biggrin.gif

old school with that thar chip..

Looking good please post some more results and comparisons. please
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I did this to my fridge once

but if we are going flavor either Guinness or ....
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
AppleMark

Edited by F3ERS 2 ASH3S - 6/7/13 at 11:20am
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Originally Posted by magicdave26 View Post

Done smile.gif

Well before doing this, P95 would jump up to 62-63c and keep climbing fairly quickly

Just let it run for a good while and after about 10 minutes it finally touched 59c on Coretemp and 58c / 64c on HWiNFO64, so it has definitely made a difference, not enough to give my current cooler any longer life if I'm honest, but if it can do that @ 4.7GHz - 1.45vcore on a £35 4-5 year old air cooler, I expect to see some decent temps when I put it under water

If you dont stress you may get 4.6, and then im being kind, i really think 4.7 is a bit out of your reach.

If you think about it, these are 8 core cpus and your 4-5 year old cooler aint built for it.

I aint saying its crap so pls dont think that, it just wasnt made to serve piledriver

Id be happy with whatever i got OC wise if it was me smile.gif
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^^ when i was a kid i had 100+ large cans of stella in my fridge..... #drunk

well for me to get stable @4.5ghz it wants 1.46v mad.gif

pass the LN2 please
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