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You can do this with any block come on guys.. You just need the measurements of the space that go between mobo and where the block sits you can space it out with 1mm washers...

You're absolutely right. I just don't know how much to account for pressing the cpu down enough onto the cpu slot contact pins. I also have the money to spare and want it to be as precise as possible.
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post #92 of 119
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You're absolutely right. I just don't know how much to account for pressing the cpu down enough onto the cpu slot contact pins. I also have the money to spare and want it to be as precise as possible.

But $3.99 isnt a big deal tho...

Im using some universal mount with screws and springs and bolts with no backplate on my raystorm block 0 problems..
The washers and springs will distribute the weight well enough...
Edited by zGunBLADEz - 3/29/13 at 1:52pm
post #93 of 119
Ah, $3.99 IF you already have an EK supreme water block. =/

I'm just taking every precaution. I think there's a part of me that still remembers chipping an old duron bare cpu when mounting the hsf back in 02' lol.

Are you using nylon washers I take it? I was considering cutting out some neoprene foam for a shim...
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post #94 of 119
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Ah, $3.99 IF you already have an EK supreme water block. =/

I'm just taking every precaution. I think there's a part of me that still remembers chipping an old duron bare cpu when mounting the hsf back in 02' lol.

Are you using nylon washers I take it? I was considering cutting out some neoprene foam for a shim...
1xmetal, 1nylon or you can replace the nylon with black tape..

The tests i put is with the IHS on so is not bare die..

Dont see the use of it really almost 1.5v running thru that cpu barely braking 70c on my hottest core on prime95 small ffts 12k to be specific tests..

50c tops on other prime tests, real usage not even close to that XD
Edited by zGunBLADEz - 3/29/13 at 2:08pm
post #95 of 119
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You can do this with any block come on guys.. You just need the measurements of the space that go between mobo and where the block sits you can space it out with 1mm washers...
How about the DT direct? I really want to see some rich idiot try that with it. tongue.gif
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How about the DT direct? I really want to see some rich idiot try that with it. tongue.gif

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post #97 of 119
I need the height of those standoff mounts to see if I can get them to work with the cold plate on my TEC block!

My TEC has a flat machined surface, but I suspect my IHS is bowed so my temps are not as good as they should be. I don't have the time to rig up a direct die mount so this would be perfect thumb.gif.
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You are really absolutely right. I was very close to doing a 2011 build ,but it just didn't seem worth it. I mean ,even if the 3820 ,had been un-lockable,I would have dove into it.

Why is an unlocked multiplier so important to you? It's not like you can't overclock 3820's well beyond 4.3 GHz.
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Why is an unlocked multiplier so important to you? It's not like you can't overclock 3820's well beyond 4.3 GHz.
The multiplier goes to 4.2 or something like that anyway. How much of a difference does a multiplier make over the Bclk?
Edited by Art Vanelay - 3/29/13 at 9:40pm
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The multiplier goes to 4.2 or something like that anyway. How much of a difference does a multiplier make over the Bclk?

The multi goes to x43, but you have a plethora of options for BCLK overclocking. The end result is no different at all.
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