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post #81 of 199
MC14's FTW! Those are the nicest looking 'sinks ever made..yesir! They should work lovely.

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crap... that fan is all over them... I don't know if I will have enough air-flow
..water cooling just leaves the CPU area vulnerable to heat. I use the stock cooling fan from a Intel cooler for the NB and the 40mm for anything else that gets hot...I have moved it around in my case several times..finally resting it to its final position.
post #82 of 199
but to use only the 14's I have to get a second set...

do you think the 21's would do the trick? or should I worry about them... I could cut one pipe and have a similar setup to yours... only my NB would not be connected to the left mosfets (good thing..)


r u gonna upgrade your NB cooling or is that big arse fan doing the trick? I had a 7.5CMF fan on it and added four MC14's but it wasn't enough for x7 449 FSB and 4 RAM sticks...

here look... old setup...

http://www.overclock.net/gallery/sho...0/ppuser/35611

currently I have the 21's on the mosfets on the left side which were connected to the NB, and I have an Evercool VGA cooler on the way for the SB... so once that's here the eight 14's will be free but should I upgrade the 21's to 14's if I do the Vdroop mod?
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I could cut one pipe and have a similar setup to yours... only my NB would not be connected to the left mosfets
Dont cut it! its a vacuum sealed pipe!..if your mobo has the heat pipe connected to both sets of Fets', then leave it..just see if you can add some airflow..hell the stock cooling has a lot more mass to it..so it might not even get hot..those little Zalman sinks I used do..hence the fan.

As for NB temps..its stays at 37c, no matter the NBv or FSB/multi combination..i think I had it just a hair over 3ghz with a 6x multi and ~480mhz...just about the only time its ever gone into the 40's.
post #84 of 199
what do you measure NB temps with?

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Asus Probe..or AiSuite..it listed as MB temp. I also have a temp probe on it, linked to the display on the front of my case.
post #86 of 199
no way... you have a temp probe on it that displays to the front of your case 24/7... hahahah you rock, omgz, sw33tn3ss....

but wait, you are saying that those are software? and they give NB temps?!?!?!?
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oh... bummer.. downloaded Asus Probe and I get a "cannot find LmControl procedure" error on install and I don't get almost any readings of any kind...

AI suite is the same thing? googled but can't find it
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You should be able to get it from Asus.com...look for Ai Booster, I think thats what it is called for your mobo.

Here are a couple shots of my temp probes and the display..Ahhh a nice 34c on the NB while F@H!Attachment 51682

Attachment 51683

Attachment 51684

you can also use SiSandra to read your chipset temps.Attachment 51685..dont worry, this is a shot from another one of my rigs..not the same one pictured above.
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Anyone tested the FSB around (1650+ QDR)?

I have heard rumours that the 680i with the Q6600 has a large FSB hole between 350Mhz - 400Mhz.
 
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But there is also the chance that the CPU wouldn't like 400FSB, and that the TT not be able to keep the 95W Q6600 under 73C, and wether the Swiftec copper RAM sinks would be enough for the mosfet cooling... and what about the life of the board... hummm... I am too noob to weight the pros and cons... CL3, can you think aloud about whether to do or not to do this mod?
OMG, resurrection!

If you want to perform the mod..and you are comfortable with your own experience..soldering etc, then by all means yes! Get to it! Total cost for those supplies is ~15$ if you already have a 'detail' soldering iron.
The downside to your current setup is that you only have a 2mb cache on your cpu...the larger cache size would benefit more from having the increased GTLv, as more cache will want to draw more volts.
The plus side, is that you have a fairly inexpensive cpu, [now] and it is perfect for "testing" the mod I would not recommend sticking the Q4 in the newly mod'd mobo, until a marathon of testing has been completed on it.
*Dont forget, you always risk ruining the mobo, so take your time and make sure everything is perfect, twice, before you start it up for testing. Also, set your 'trimmers' or VR's, with a voltmeter before you start up! Every decrease of 15ohms should produce ~.5v ...

I am using the tuniq on my Q6600...idling right around 28-29c @ 3ghz, using shin-etsu'...I havent lapped the cpu or the HS yet either ..I have just been too busy to 'pay' with the quad...and yes..those swiftech sinks' are perfect for 'fet cooling.
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