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If your cpu was really running at 1.76v your cpu cooler would have packed its bags and left.

 

But go into bios and see what cpu vcore is set to lol.

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Well I don't think I'll be getting mine anytime soon. I could but I won't have it installed. If it for some reason goes on sale for cheaper somewhere before I am ready to make a bulk purchase I could take a picture of it with my username on a paper next to it.thumb.gif
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If your cpu was really running at 1.76v your cpu cooler would have packed its bags and left.

But go into bios and see what cpu vcore is set to lol.

LOL. Dunno if you saw my edit, but SiSoft Sandra shows 1.050v for the CPU.
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LOL. Dunno if you saw my edit, but SiSoft Sandra shows 1.050v for the CPU.

 

Good stuff!

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No. But what everyone including myself hates when trying to research a topic is having to waste time sifting through mountains of useless, mislabeled, inconsequential information to find something useful. As in these 1000 page owners clubs threads with nothing useful in the OP. People end up cross posting to several threads making it a mess.

Not everyone as I don't hate that. I just went through 155 pages of the Phantom 820 thread yesterday and today to make myself familiar with the case and user experiences with it.
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Not everyone as I don't hate that. I just went through 155 pages of the Phantom 820 thread yesterday and today to make myself familiar with the case and user experiences with it.

Agreed. makes you know the ins and outs of the product....also provides more realistic reviews and any problems that may have popped up with extended usage. i find tht invaluable
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Dont forget to sign up to the club! redface.gif
Oof I dont fancy doing another watercool build any time soon, it was abit too stressful. Stuff like the second before you think your ready to go you realise your short 1 compression fitting, or like me you stupidly decide to screw the fittings in BY HAND, instead of using a coin from your wallet like the title suggests you do when its called "compression fitting - COIN FIT" ha-ha. Man they tore my hands to shreds, they dont look sharp at first but those fittings certainly are.

I started wearing a basic pair of work gloves (the $8 cut-resistant ones with rubber grips) when I work with watercooling fittings for that same reason. My fingertips would be way rubbed raw after working on a loop since the fittings are supposed to be finger-tight.

I've got a 4790k on pre-order from Newegg as well, with a G3420 holding me over until it arrives. I'm hoping for around 4.8 or so to make me happy smile.gif.
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Not everyone as I don't hate that. I just went through 155 pages of the Phantom 820 thread yesterday and today to make myself familiar with the case and user experiences with it.

People that work for a living and have other obligations don't have hours to spend sifting through hundreds of pages for every item they purchase.. Anyone living in the real world would understand this, it's not up for debate. I'm shocked to find someone with so much free time on a forum of this nature.
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Good stuff!

Oh, 1.760V in the BIOS is "Initial CPU Input Voltage" in the VII Gene UEFI.
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