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Ok, I'm pretty set on the XtremeTurbines now, but the question is: Blue or Black?
If your case is black, go with the black one. I am not fond of the blue version. If your case is white or silver, go with the silver version.

Picture of the black version of the Streamliner, which is 140mm vs. 120mm for the XtremeTurbine and runs slower than the XtremeTurbine (scroll down to post 35):
http://www.overclock.net/case-mod-wo...e-armor-4.html

SVC has a good picture of the XtremeTurbine in action (http://www.svc.com/xtrturbine-blk.html). The shiny blades make it look really cool when the fan is turned all the way up, and they are very quiet when undervolted. Please note that the hub hemisphere thingy is removable.

AeroCool is a very underrated company!

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I looked at those as well but considering my coolermaster stacker 830 has no window (there is mesh but the fans block the internal view) I stayed with the silverstone for my cpu and the quieter coolermasters for my case.

You should really check a fan that has 89 CFM for its dba level. If its too loud and you have 3 or 4 of them, it may end up being unbearably loud. Its one thing to have a cpu fan on a controller that you can dial up for high overclocks and benches, its another thing entirely to have a bunch of fans running all the time sounding like a jet engine.
My Armor has mesh in the front, and I am using a fan behind it. Unless your mesh is really fine it will still look very nice because the shiny blades not only look cool when blurred (see links & photos above). Plus, it puts on a light show in the room because the light reflects off the blades. It also shines the inside of your case because of the reflectiveness if you use the fan as an exhaust or in some other configuration where the reflected LED will shine into the case, though this will apply less to you than to me since I have a window on my side panel.

As far as the decibel level goes, AeroCool is very conservative with their estimates; another reason why they are underrated! With 3 of those XtremeTurbines at full blast the Silverstone FM121 that I use still easily wins in the noise category. If the XtremeTurbines are 33dBA, then the FM121 is more like 40dBA (vs. the 35dBA Silverstone lists).
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If your case is black, go with the black one. I am not fond of the blue version. If your case is white or silver, go with the silver version.

Picture of the black version of the Streamliner, which is 140mm vs. 120mm for the XtremeTurbine and runs slower than the XtremeTurbine (scroll down to post 35):
http://www.overclock.net/case-mod-wo...e-armor-4.html

SVC has a good picture of the XtremeTurbine in action (http://www.svc.com/xtrturbine-blk.html). The shiny blades make it look really cool when the fan is turned all the way up, and they are very quiet when undervolted. Please note that the hub hemisphere thingy is removable.

AeroCool is a very underrated company!



My Armor has mesh in the front, and I am using a fan behind it. Unless your mesh is really fine it will still look very nice because the shiny blades not only look cool when blurred (see links & photos above). Plus, it puts on a light show in the room because the light reflects off the blades. It also shines the inside of your case because of the reflectiveness if you use the fan as an exhaust or in some other configuration where the reflected LED will shine into the case, though this will apply less to you than to me since I have a window on my side panel.

As far as the decibel level goes, AeroCool is very conservative with their estimates; another reason why they are underrated! With 3 of those XtremeTurbines at full blast the Silverstone FM121 that I use still easily wins in the noise category. If the XtremeTurbines are 33dBA, then the FM121 is more like 40dBA (vs. the 35dBA Silverstone lists).

Heh, I ordered 3 of the black ones. I have the thermaltake armor with the 250mm fan in the side panel, but it also has a window too. I will be putting 2 of the fans in the front on my iCages, and the third will be used as an exhaust fan. I think they should work out nicely.

Btw, I got my swiftech mc21's today, but realized that I only needed 1 set since I still have stock SB cooling. I got the 1 set installed like Robilar recommended, but am not going to mess with any further overclocking for a while since it is quite warm in my room. Coretemp reported temps of 78c while running Orthos small FFTs test. A little warm, but with the new fans that should help quite a bit.
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Hello all new to this a little.. Are my voltages ok? and what can I do to hit 3.6 or higher without blowing my rig up? lol

Everest
Vcore______1.41
1.2v HT____1.36
NB_________1.49
SB_________1.53
CPU VTT____1.41

Bios
Vcore_______1.45
1.2v HT_____1.35
NB_________1.45
SB_________auto
CPU VTT____1.40

At full load the highest Iv seen is 43c, thats in XP and in the bios,, Iv gotten it up to 3.6, but had to raise all the voltages up,, and I pussed out lol.. whats the limit on my voltages, or how high can I take them safely?

When you say full load, is that orthos running or just apps because there will be a difference.

43C is low, don't worry until you hit the high 50s. up cpu vtt to 1.55 (max). You may need to up vcore slightly more as well.

With the E6750, leave the multi at 8x, and try running at 400 (which will give you 3.6). After that raise it in small increments.
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Thats with Orthos running, But its still only at 85% or so, Orthos dosn't run it at a full 100%,, But TAT do's,, and I can't get it running with this board.. But anyway.....
Sweet!! will do.. Thanks

And I wanted to show off my puter,, and see what you all think

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OK tonight I tried adjusting settings to make 3.6 GHz. I changed voltages to what leeghoofd@xtremesystemsforums recommended except for Vcore. He recommended 1.45 I figured I'd be hardheaded and try 1.40 since I'm on air cooling with an Antec 900 and Arctic Freezer 7 Pro.

Booted fine, ran orthos small FFTs for 53 minutes and then the screen froze. Had to cycle the power rocker on the PSU to reboot. While running the temps were good. Max core temp was either 43 or 58 depending on what Tjunction you believe E6850 to have. Note in the screenie I have +15c offset in my Speedfan coretemps - every other application agrees they were really 43c.

What typically causes screen freeze during orthos runs - is that a memory issue ? I was running memory auto->sync to get 800 MHz and have 2.2 vdimm set per Crucial recommendation for these non-Tracer Ballistix.

I'd be interested in any comments or thoughts. I put a Notepad in the screenie with the voltage settings and readback in BIOS.
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My settings for 3.7 stable.
Vcore=1.456
1.2ht=1.35
nb=1.55
sb=1.60
cpuvtt=1.55
Memory unlinked=900,timmings 4 4 4 10 2T and 2.15 volts,my memory don't like 1t.


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My settings for 3.7 stable.
Vcore=1.456
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nb=1.55
sb=1.60
cpuvtt=1.55
Memory unlinked=900,timmings 4 4 4 10 2T and 2.15 volts,my memory don't like 1t.
Thanks... I note you have a little more NB and SB set that I did, but a little less 1.2 HT, and some more Vcore, plus I have a little more Vdimm set.

Any ideas about why the screen might just be outright freezing up like that ? I mean up to 53 minutes I felt like I had a good OC with good temps and then FREEZE.

As a point of reference I was able to run 9 hours orthos small FFTs at 3.465 GHz using Vcore=1.33750, Vdimm=2.02, 1.2VHT=1.30, NB=1.30, SB=1.50, and VTT=1.55.

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As a point of reference I was able to run 9 hours orthos small FFTs at 3.465 GHz using Vcore=1.33750, Vdimm=2.02, 1.2VHT=1.30, NB=1.30, SB=1.50, and VTT=1.55.

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I don't have an e6850, but 1.30v for NB seems very low. Try upping that to 1.4v and see what happens.
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I don't have an e6850, but 1.30v for NB seems very low. Try upping that to 1.4v and see what happens.
Thanks for the thought Joe. That 1.3 vNB was at a 3.465G OC and as I said it was orthos stable for 9 hours.

I've now upped my OC to 3.6 GHz and upped vNB as well to 1.45 as was shown in the attached screenie to my post.
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Good news I think !

After I posted last night I figured to try lowering Vdimm just a little bit. My reasoning is that since I'm not driving one of the performance modes of the memory, I didn't need 2.2 vdimm. Plus I've read some posts here and at xtremesystems.org forums indicating some folks have better stability with lower vdimm.

So I made the ONE change to lower vDimm from 2.2 to 2.0 and I was stable in orthos small FFTs for over 7 hours - it's still running as I type this. This is with RAM at 800 MHz via Auto, Sync in BIOS.

Max temp I saw was 60c in the cores using Speedfan 4.32 with a +15 offset. This occurred periodically over the night, but the nominal temp seems to be 56-58c.
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