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Hey I just wanted to pass along my gratitude to all the folks who have contributed in this thread to help me get started with the OC'ing on this latest build. Most notably I'd like to extend kudos to Robilar for starting the thing, Alexisd for his often cryptic but very friendly advice to others, and of course Cognoscenti who has inspired me to spend way more than I should have(I can only assume you have a lovely trust fund).

I've managed to get my lowly 4300 up to 333x9 stable with 5-5-5-12 2T timings at 1066MHz. I slapped a variable speed Antec 80mm onto the side door to pump more air onto the vid card and SB which coincidentally has helped considerably to keep the CPU temps at a respectable 44C idle and 55C load.

I've learned that I need to plan the build more patiently. Some of the parts were bought in haste. Perhaps I would have chosen the shorter sound card, bigger case, modular power supply, etc. but that's how you learn I guess. The wife has the first bun in the oven (should explain the avatar) so this will probably be my last build for the next 18 years or so . I'll be happy with it.

Also, the Senators will win the Stanley Cup in 5.

Thanks again!
Cryptic we here to help each other.Thank's for mention our names.We have this board for some time now.And we know some factors that help a little bit,to get good results. Anything we can help you welcome.
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ok getting WELL anoyed now, got my e4300 replaced with a e6420 today just because my m8s e6300 @3.3 was beating my e4300 at 3.4 by 1 sec in super pi + i got my new ***** hot RAM and that makes OC the e6XXX range easier (e4XXX it doesnt matter if you have cheapo RAM)

ANYWAY the max i ever got my e4300 was 2 or 3 Mhz uner 3.6Ghz with peltier cooling it into the negs even at this speed. My e6420 is stable as anything at 1Mhz under 3.6Ghz but not 3.6Ghz!?!?! AGAIN!!!! it loads windows then BSODs at a little over 3.6 like 3.68 but both chips have HATED 3.6Ghz *** chaps? heeeelp vcore ranged up to 1.625 and ram all the way down to 800Mhz n no luck
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Did you mean Thermaltake not Thermalright? The fan on the Thermalright is a Sunon 40mm moving 6.3cfm not a silentx 80mm moving 38cfm. Here are the details.
http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/swmcchco.html
no i bought a thermalright chipset cooler without a fan, and then bought a 80mm silent x fan and attached it to it.
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I had the same trouble with the mosfet coolers I thought about sending them back for a while then I got my jnr hacksaw out and adjusted them to fit.
I'll post some pics when I work out how to resize them.
thanks that is probably what i will do.

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I think the mosfet cooler is the HR 09 not the HR 05 but I think you must be right the 05 would take a big fan.

Which model of the HR 09 did you get; the U or S version? Did you buy two or only one? I did read on TR's site that they might not fit but I guess there is pretty good coverage or is there not?
i got the u version, and i only bought one because my southbridge is fine. i tried the smaller side but it was too small and didn't cover all the mosfets.
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Darn, I can't find any HR-09 units in Canada...only the MC21 that Robilar uses. I guess it's time to call a friend in the States!
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Yes please do - I'm not sure if they are really helping although I guess there better than the stock units
Pics attached the last one is the bit I cut off
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Wow that looks terrific. Good to know that you can squeeze in the Ultra Extreme and the mosfets in there. Nice job. I see you decided to go for TTs instead of the TR chipset cooler. Any reason?
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Wow that looks terrific. Good to know that you can squeeze in the Ultra Extreme and the mosfets in there. Nice job. I see you decided to go for TTs instead of the TR chipset cooler. Any reason?
The TTs were the first thing I bought before I decided on TR's for CPU and Mosfets. Also I dont think the HR-05 would fit on the NB with the Ultra Extreme and the HR-05-SLI on the NB may obstruct the top PCI slot. But I could be wrong.
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The TTs were the first thing I bought before I decided on TR's for CPU and Mosfets. Also I dont think the HR-05 would fit on the NB with the Ultra Extreme and the HR-05-SLI on the NB may obstruct the top PCI slot. But I could be wrong.
I forgot to ask - are those HR-09 U or S units. It looks like maybe one of each from the pics.
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I forgot to ask - are those HR-09 U or S units. It looks like maybe one of each from the pics.
Its one of each.
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