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Yes, making a large speed increase on RAM can increase stress on CPU. Going from my RAM stock speed of 1600 11-11-11-28 with 128tRFC to OC of 2200 9-10-12-20 with trfc of 104 cleanly needs like 0.01vcore more, i think. It makes a huge dent in sc2 and cinebench for this kind of performance change too - i don't think x264 appreciates it much in comparison
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Using version 28.3. My temps aren't as bad with Prime as they are with older linpack stuff like IBT, etc. Long as temps aren't 80c or more on load I'm satisfied. BSOD with x264 using previous settings, I'll try what you suggested.

Darkwizzie tested newer prime as being ~6c hotter than IBT though

Load temps under 80 at load in small fft.. are you delidded?
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Darkwizzie tested newer prime as being ~6c hotter than IBT though

Load temps under 80 at load in small fft.. are you delidded?

That'd be a nope.

Should have clarified. I got those temps...at 4.5 with low vcore lol Obviously 1.4+ vcore is an accident waiting to happen

Decided to be stupid and try it on 1.4. 90c TOO HOT
Edited by lombardsoup - 1/18/14 at 1:31pm
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delid the sucker fo sho
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delid the sucker fo sho

HEEEEEEELL NAH. I sweat bullets just putting the thing into the socket. You want me to use a knife on the thing JEEEEEEZUS
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HEEEEEEELL NAH. I sweat bullets just putting the thing into the socket. You want me to use a knife on the thing JEEEEEEZUS

It's dangerous to go alone, take these:



Don't be a chump either; razor method > vice method smile.gif
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HEEEEEEELL NAH. I sweat bullets just putting the thing into the socket. You want me to use a knife on the thing JEEEEEEZUS

The vice method is actually significantly safer and easier to do successfully....I tried the razor method first, and realized that if the razor scratches the PCB, then there's a really high chance of that CPU being bricked. Also, if you've been using that CPU, then the glue is going to be even more difficult to get through....
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The vice method is actually significantly safer and easier to do successfully....I tried the razor method first, and realized that if the razor scratches the PCB, then there's a really high chance of that CPU being bricked. Also, if you've been using that CPU, then the glue is going to be even more difficult to get through....

awkward... vice method chips PCB's. Razor only gouges if you don't apply pressure to the IHS as you wiggle smile.gif
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So my choices are:

Chicken out
Manhandle CPU
"Accidentally" cut fingers

...

Bkaw?
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So my choices are:

Chicken out
Manhandle CPU
"Accidentally" cut fingers

...

Bkaw?

I'll lock in option B
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