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I want to thank "Kevin" Shih for designing a 1DPC X299 board that can work with the sticks using potato PCBs that are floating around these days biggrin.gif
post #112 of 123
Hello.

I come here to ask if anyone has ever had something identical.
For many years I have not burned a CPU, even using LN2.
but now I have a code 00 in the debug.

my 7820x, already used in ln2 1.6V until, alright.
Today I was on the PC normally, at 4.7Ghz, I went overclocking the Asrock program, I up the vcore to 1.45V just to test 2D bench and crash.
no more boot, and still always at 00.

board asrock x299 OC formula.
I suppose it's the cpu that died, but only at 1.45V was instant death.
post #113 of 123
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I want to thank "Kevin" Shih for designing a 1DPC X299 board that can work with the sticks using potato PCBs that are floating around these days biggrin.gif

Who is Kevin?
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I suppose it's the cpu that died, but only at 1.45V was instant death.

Such a bummer man frown.gif I cant imagine how the CPU could have died. Glue that lid back on and do the advanced RMA through Intel (they send you the new CPU first with "advanced RMA", for a small fee).
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post #115 of 123
Nick was apparently renamed unwittingly at an event and the joke hasn't died.

http://uk.pcmag.com/cpus-components-products/70652/gallery/why-realsense-may-be-a-mixed-blessing-for-intel?p=10
post #116 of 123
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Hello.

I come here to ask if anyone has ever had something identical.
For many years I have not burned a CPU, even using LN2.
but now I have a code 00 in the debug.

my 7820x, already used in ln2 1.6V until, alright.
Today I was on the PC normally, at 4.7Ghz, I went overclocking the Asrock program, I up the vcore to 1.45V just to test 2D bench and crash.
no more boot, and still always at 00.

board asrock x299 OC formula.
I suppose it's the cpu that died, but only at 1.45V was instant death.
not to be a dick but 1.60 is dangerous volts on any board, 1.45 is even high on water. Even if temps are in check with liquid metal and or a chiller some volts are just too much.

what kind of input and mesh voltage were you running also?
post #117 of 123
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Who is Kevin?

New Sig quote, thanks Steven
post #118 of 123
I had my first HCC LN2 session today. The OCF board is just so easy to use, I love it! Its so much fun seeing huge scores from 5.6ghz i9 7940x. I love this generation because one session I can do high core modern 3D and in the next session do high frequency legacy 3D...all on one motherboard.


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post #119 of 123
@mllrkllr88 looking good!

How is the Venom holding temps on HCC?
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post #120 of 123
is there any thread for Taichi XE?
or they are so similar with OC Formula to combine this topic for them ?
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