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post #11 of 19
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Its all good, sometimes its best to figure it out for yourself. Now all that makes a lot more sense to me and should be easier to do it on my own. Actually added Einstein to the exclusion list so my 6970s can crunch that until Collatz comes back up. Love having that 7970 on MW, such a beast. Did have a couple WUs hang up on it last night, bumped up the voltage and havnt had a problem since.

Since this thread has been so productive to me. Anyone have any good idea how to get the iGPU to crunch?? Another user posted in another thread about successfully doing it, but it actually cost him some points IIRC because he had to disable his GPU.

Anyway to turn on the iGPU and get it recgonized while having discrete cards in??

EDIT: I have an option in the BIOS turned on that I think might allow me to use the iGPU. But from what I read I need either another monitor or a dummy plug for it to register. I dont have any DVI to VGA plugs to make one, and 13 bucks online for one is too much. Anyone know how to make a dummy plug out of an DVI to HDMI adapter?? Or anyone have a dummy plug for sale?? Hell if anyone has an extra DVI to VGA adapter Id be willing to take it off your hands thumb.gif
Edited by goodtobeking - 1/19/14 at 9:43pm
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I had a similar thing happen to my Haswell, by the time I realised, it was at 95*, but it had throttled to 800mhz and 0.75v on the core.

The GPUs can take that heat level no problem. I bet you're OK
Edited by Wihglah - 3/6/14 at 12:32pm
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This is the very reason, when I finally get around to water cooling, that I will opt to spend another $200-300 to cover my tush:

Koolance TMS-205 Software Thermal Interface Controller

SEN-FM18T10 Coolant Flow Meter with Temperature Sensor, 10K Ohm

And a second, serial (in-line), pump somewhere down the loop. Overkill? I think not considering the costs involved should a "Chernobyl" occur!!!
Edited by scubadiver59 - 3/7/14 at 8:51am
   
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I have basically the same setup but with an aquaero and a AQ flow meter. But since it was a temporary stop I didn't configure it. But I don't think that whole little incident didnt do any damage. GPUs run the same clocks no problem, and the CPU was an average overclocker afterwards.

But I may have destroyed it after I delidded it and put too much CLP on the die and it ran into the transistors. .

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I have basically the same setup but with an aquaero and a AQ flow meter. But since it was a temporary stop I didn't configure it. But I don't think that whole little incident didnt do any damage. GPUs run the same clocks no problem, and the CPU was an average overclocker afterwards.

But I may have destroyed it after I delidded it and put too much CLP on the die and it ran into the transistors. .

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I have basically the same setup but with an aquaero and a AQ flow meter. But since it was a temporary stop I didn't configure it. But I don't think that whole little incident didnt do any damage. GPUs run the same clocks no problem, and the CPU was an average overclocker afterwards.

But I may have destroyed it after I delidded it and put too much CLP on the die and it ran into the transistors.

OOO ouch! Just as an idea, why not try a hairdryer on hot setting, heat the chip, and use cotton buds (Q-Tips to the American friends) to try and tidy it up? I might not get it all, But it should lift the majority without killing the chip. Basically as long as those caps/resistors that are covered in it are cleaned up so they don't short, it should work. Of course, this is assuming it didn't die in use, which come to think of it, is a likely scenario. In that case, i'm sorry for your loss.
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I covered the transistors with clear nail polish in hopes of protecting them. But I guess it wasnt enough, or could possibly be the problem. I am going to remove everything and replace the CLP with normal TIM and see how she goes.

Another member said that it could be possible that it is just not seated right and another more careful attempt may solve it. I dont believe I damaged it during the delidding process, but that is another possibility. As that was the first time trying to start it since delidding.

Luckily I had bought another 4770k for $250 in case something went wrong. Different batch, same OC. I almost wished I had waited long to upgrade. My old first gen I7 860 at 4Ghz was a beast. This system is finicky. But it is in a good home now, my nephew is rocking it.
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I use my TV (via HDMI) to enable the iGPU on startup, then turn it over... and it runs fine, but you will need then Intel Open_CL driver package or SDK to use it for BOINC.

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Well, experience is a good teacher... I've learned through testing MANY different water pumps that the BEST water pumps have a TACH output. I hook the tach output to the CPU FAN tach input and setup the BIOS to shut down if either the tach or temperature reaches a fail condition.

Remind me never to buy the EK cheapo pumps again that have no tach output. Still, I use CoreTemp to shut-down a system if it overheats as well... Always best to have at least one or more safeties running in your system...

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