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Hi Guy's,

Here are the settings that I have used to achieve a stable OC of 3.4 GHz.

My goal is to be able to reach 3.7 stable 24/7.

Do you think that I can do this with a Tuniq Tower or should I go to water cooling?

378 X 9 = 3402 MHz.
CPU Vcore- 1.4240 with Vdroop
Orthos stable- 14 Min.
Temps using Intel TAT- Idle = 42c Load = 54c

Super Pi = 14s
3DMark06 score = 7160
CPU-Z Validation = http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=141482

Asus Bios Version-0804 Settings:

CPU Freq.= 378
Multi= 9
Dram Freq.= DDR2-756
PCI Express Freq.= 100
PCI Clock Freq.=33.33 MHz.
Spread Spectrum= Disabled.
Mem. Voltage= 2.00v
CPU Vcore= 1.475v
NB Vcore= 1.45v
SB Vcore= 1.60v
ICH Chipset Voltage= 1.215v
Mem. Timings= 4-4-4-12-6-35-10-10-10-10
    
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Depends how much you are willing to spend on water cooling...and if it is custom, not a kit.
    
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I was considering this:

http://www.zipzoomfly.com/jsp/Produc...uctCode=371291

What do you think?
    
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TT Big typhoon

The big water sux as far as WC goes.
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According to the reviews that I have read, the Tuniq Tower beats the TT Big Typhoon in cooling tests.
    
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post #6 of 25
Quote:
Originally Posted by hogans View Post
According to the reviews that I have read, the Tuniq Tower beats the TT Big Typhoon in cooling tests.
So does the Scythe Infinity. BT isn't even that good and lots of people would recommend it without know that.

Anyway the Scythe is right up there with the Tuniq in terms of performance, I find it very convenient.
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post #7 of 25
Tuniq is the best air cooler.

If you go water cooling do NOT get a kit
    
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post #8 of 25
Tuniq Tower, excellent cooler
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post #9 of 25
Quote:
Originally Posted by Joeking78 View Post
Tuniq Tower, excellent cooler
What kind of temps are you seeing with that and what temp is your room? thanks
    
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With 1.4v at 3600mhz, I get idle of 23-25c and load of 42-45c. That leaves a huge 15c of headroom as Intel reccomend no hgher than 60.1c

I'm not sure of the room temp but it must be in the low 20's.
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