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Gurty has gone i guess he's been silenced b y the mods

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u do know u can set the interval m/s inside hwinfo ?

I know I can change the interval at which the sensors are read. But this will only increase or decrease the the gap between the stutter. thumb.gif
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when you flash your bios last? your sensors could be out of whack..

also there are settings in HWinfo64 to minimize system impact.. (which these chips it shouldn't matter)

Avoid Ai suite.


uninstall hwinfo, clean your registry (i recommend Glary's registry repair/fix Its on Hiren's boot cd, google it.)

and re install hwinfo.(grab an updated and clean installer from the website.)

I've needed to do this the odd time.

if it is still doing the stutter thing after reinstalling hwinfo I'd look @ your OS install..

of all the people using this board, this is the first I've seen of this issue.

I'll complete the above steps once home tonight. I had a little too much to smoke last night haha

Cheers all. - will report back in 9-10 hours!
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yea i never have had this problem
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Hey guys, i'm looking into buying a 8320 with the Asus M5A99X EVO R2.0 motherboard. I would like some advice on the ram, would -Kingston HyperX BEAST 8GB (2x4GB), DDR3, 1600MHz, CL9, 1.65V, XMP- be a nice pick? ( i can get them for free) or should i look into better ram/higher frequency? Any response would be great since i'd like to buy it asap. Thank you and have a nice day.
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Hey guys, i'm looking into buying a 8320 with the Asus M5A99X EVO R2.0 motherboard. I would like some advice on the ram, would -Kingston HyperX BEAST 8GB (2x4GB), DDR3, 1600MHz, CL9, 1.65V, XMP- be a nice pick? ( i can get them for free) or should i look into better ram/higher frequency? Any response would be great since i'd like to buy it asap. Thank you and have a nice day.

In real day to day applications 1600 CL9 is enough for almost everything you'd need. If you're looking to bench and break some top scores - there are better kits. But for free, I wouldn't say go with the HyperX thumb.gif
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Ye I see what you saying... think another d5 pump and 2 loops would help? Perhaps 1 loop for ram and mosfet and 1 loop for cpu? Will remove the flow indicator cause no doubt thats only restricting the flow. Was even tempted to bring back a load of acrylic tubing... wish I did this before getting teh flexi tubing now. Ahh I dunno, we'll see!

I think it's just going to be a waste of $ now. do I need to go any further than 4.7... not really at all. Do I want to though, hell ye! And with acrylic tubing...and a bigger case...and 2x290x under water... there's no stop lol.... may just leave it all like this now, just before some next gen, sell up and start a new sweet build biggrin.gif
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normally i would say not a problem. but i am not familiar with that ram block, ( never seen it in real life ) normally vrm and ram blocks are NOT restrictive but no one d5 should be plenty for that, i dont understand what you mean by the bubbles, there is bubbles in your loop that i get, but the rest... is not registering, is your res BEFORE your pump and HIGHER ?


Got an 'Alphacool Repack - Dual Laing D5 - Dual 5.25 Bay Station', so itll go rad>res>pump I believe.



The bubbles lie between rad and res... sometimes theyre evident, while other times they aren't. Right now it seems as if there is 1 big air bubble in the tubing at the rad outlet and the water is somewhat trickling out...
http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b109/pr0c3ss/CAM00187.mp4

When I get some time, I'm going to strip it down and remove the water flow indicator....surely mosfet and ram blocks have been designed to not overly restrict the flow
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Same thing - no matter what I change in the Settings of HWinfo - I'm a sad panda. Reinstalling AI Suite II.
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In real day to day applications 1600 CL9 is enough for almost everything you'd need. If you're looking to bench and break some top scores - there are better kits. But for free, I wouldn't say go with the HyperX thumb.gif

He probably could overclock his ram to 1866 easily

i got the 1866 hyper x and can break 2323
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Got an 'Alphacool Repack - Dual Laing D5 - Dual 5.25 Bay Station', so itll go rad>res>pump I believe.



The bubbles lie between rad and res... sometimes theyre evident, while other times they aren't. Right now it seems as if there is 1 big air bubble in the tubing at the rad outlet and the water is somewhat trickling out...
http://s18.photobucket.com/user/pr0c3ss/media/CAM00187.mp4

When I get some time, I'm going to strip it down and remove the water flow indicator....surely mosfet and ram blocks have been designed to not overly restrict the flow

Your res is same as i have, but at moment only got 1 d5 plugged in

Have u tried running it and tipping case at same time to remove the bubbles?
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He probably could overclock his ram to 1866 easily

i got the 1866 hyper x and can break 2323

Yeah that, correct! I'd go for that route - purely for the fun of RAM overclocking. Did I just call RAM OCing fun? hahah

Gertie, you can use the Multi quote to consolidate a reply into one post thumb.gif
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Your res is same as i have, but at moment only got 1 d5 plugged in

Have u tried running it and tipping case at same time to remove the bubbles?

ye did that loads... Think theres just 1 huge bubble in rad and the flow indicator is restricting flow so much that theres not enough pressure to push bubble around to res.... either this or next weekend, I'm gunna remove that indicator...bleed the loop.... may even repaste and then see how that goes
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