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Barbs? Naw, hole saw is literally a drill bit shaped like a cup with teeth around the edges. Hooks to a drill and can punch a hole to the size of the saw about up to an inch deep or so. Make sure you get one rated for cutting metal that is exactly the size of the hole you need.
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Those are nice temps mate. 44 on the VRMs? Under IBT?

That board is pretty good then. Can you use HWInfo when stressing IBT? That could be part of the recommended board at those numbers.

Also, you can shoot for up to 70C if you want to. Or try to lower the Vcore while remaining stable.

Good job.

44 on VRM's with my temperature probes. Sorry I didn't say that. I put my infrared on them and got the same temp. My resistors are in the bottom of the heatsink with a tad of superglue holding. I was informed once before that giga didn't have temps for vrm's in this board but I do have 4 different ones. I'll run with HWinfo. This ud5 is much cooler than my ud3p by far according to my fan controller w/temps.
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44 on VRM's with my temperature probes. Sorry I didn't say that. I put my infrared on them and got the same temp. My resistors are in the bottom of the heatsink with a tad of superglue holding. I was informed once before that giga didn't have temps for vrm's in this board but I do have 4 different ones. I'll run with HWinfo. This ud5 is much cooler than my ud3p by far according to my fan controller w/temps.

Pretty good. Any issues with your BIOS so far?

44 for me under load on a kitty is pretty good. But I need a 3K RPM Delta on both top and back of the mobo on an open benching set-up. And 17C room. biggrin.gif

That UD5 is worth a mention in here. Post more results mate.
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@mus1mus Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Temp on the left here is my VRM's.... Next to it is the NB: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





Also you can see why I don't use HWinfo so much.
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I like muscle cars as much as the next guy!

Of course my 220WHP 91 Integra with a built 1.8L all motor 4 banger readily handed Mustangs and Camaros their asses on a plate.

That car ran a 8.1 1/8 mile, and a 13.5 1/4 mile on 93 pump gas with 13:1 compression biggrin.gif

But now those days are long gone, and I am driving a 2011 Fusion Sport (265HP 6sp AUTO) now....
A grocery getter, that still has some boogy in it....

My nephew drives a inline 6. One of these
https://search.yahoo.com/yhs/search?p=kenworth&ei=UTF-8&hspart=mozilla&hsimp=yhs-002

He is 6' 9" and likes to drive a car so this is one he can drive and not have his knees on the dash board. Sold his 2005 GMC extra cab pickup for one of these

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Cadillac-Eldorado-Biarritz-/291526067757?forcerrptr=true&hash=item43e04ec62d&item=291526067757

I like Win 10. So far the dang thang has already updated twice.
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Pretty good. Any issues with your BIOS so far?

44 for me under load on a kitty is pretty good. But I need a 3K RPM Delta on both top and back of the mobo on an open benching set-up. And 17C room. biggrin.gif

That UD5 is worth a mention in here. Post more results mate.

I know that this UD5 has a thick board which made me think it might be heavy duty. The VRM's and NB are so much cooler than my UD3P with the same setup. Labor day weekend I'm going to put in my custom loop with UT60 and 2 bay res. I tested out in my shop and I can fill my radiator and the bubbles go away in a matter of minutes.


Oh, no issues with my bios at all except it's not like Asus with settings that you can see what you are doing. setting NB and HT here is a ***** when setting FSB. Have to boot to see what you got. I don't know the formula for this but I know it changes the higher you go with FSB.
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Those must be the ones with the barbs on them. And yep I see the rubber fuel line. The behind the socket fan does wonders.

I wonder if auto trim buttons would hold a 120mm in place ?

http://www.wsusol.com/c-9-Auto-Trim-Fasteners.aspx
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I wonder if auto trim buttons would a 120mm in place ?

http://www.wsusol.com/c-9-Auto-Trim-Fasteners.aspx

Those are the ones with the barbs I was talking about...I bet they'd be great and would look nice too.
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My nephew drives a inline 6. One of these
https://search.yahoo.com/yhs/search?p=kenworth&ei=UTF-8&hspart=mozilla&hsimp=yhs-002

He is 6' 9" and likes to drive a car so this is one he can drive and not have his knees on the dash board. Sold his 2005 GMC extra cab pickup for one of these

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Cadillac-Eldorado-Biarritz-/291526067757?forcerrptr=true&hash=item43e04ec62d&item=291526067757

I like Win 10. So far the dang thang has already updated twice.

Really like the Eldo! I'm big on luxury cars - especially American cars...

One thing though. it's almost perfect, but needs leather seats...
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I had a few 6 cylinders. 292 ci Chevy bored out .125 to 4" with Ares pistons and alum rods balanced and 2.02" valves in head. Roller cam too. 4barrel offenhauser intake and anywhere from a 650-1000 holly carbs. I ran this on dirt track. Those were the days brother.
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