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Blatant attempt to get back OT here , lol

So I have a delidded 4000+ sitting here and am looking for a guide on how to run it naked, can anyone offer any links?
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Man. These are probably the best posts i hace ever read on OCN. So many laughs...
Now on a more seriously discuss...
Wasting everyone's time (including admin's time) in such a absurd topic (extreme High clocks with High density modules with tight timings and extreme low voltage) that has been already proven that it's impossible on this platform (and even more impossible on your low end setup) is just plain absurd.
The way i see it there are probably 2 options:
A) Show what you've got. What modules are you using. That "special" ability to detect errors and all that stuff. And then we may belive you.
B) Keep "trying" in secret. And that will very probably mean you're not saying the truth so yeah. No one would belive you (we already don't AFAIK).

So. I will ask one more time. What modules are you running and how can you "x-ray Live detect errors that noone can detect"?
     
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Blatant attempt to get back OT here , lol

So I have a delidded 4000+ sitting here and am looking for a guide on how to run it naked, can anyone offer any links?

I'm not aware of any links in particular on that but I can tell you the basics. wink.gif

First off (Very important):
You have to make sure first that the cooler/block you want to run will sit on the core AND still be at least snug once fastened/ latched down - Not tight though because the naked core is fragile and could crack if too much mounting pressure is used, Thinking nice-n-snug but no more for mounting pressure does it.

Make sure the cooler or block is actually sitting FLAT on the core's surface, it's really easy to have it sideloaded one way or the other causing more pressure on one side or the other creating a hot-spot where it's not making good contact - i.e. Make sure the pressure is distributed evenly across the core. It's best to use a mounting system that uses threaded rods of some kind so this pressure can be balanced out during the mounting process as you go, keeping watch to make sure the pressure remains consistent across the core as described.

Take your time, you'll get the hang of it quickly.
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Blatant attempt to get back OT here , lol

So I have a delidded 4000+ sitting here and am looking for a guide on how to run it naked, can anyone offer any links?

I'm not aware of any links in particular on that but I can tell you the basics. wink.gif

First off (Very important):
You have to make sure first that the cooler/block you want to run will sit on the core AND still be at least snug once fastened/ latched down - Not tight though because the naked core is fragile and could crack if too much mounting pressure is used, Thinking nice-n-snug but no more for mounting pressure does it.

Make sure the cooler or block is actually sitting FLAT on the core's surface, it's really easy to have it sideloaded one way or the other causing more pressure on one side or the other creating a hot-spot where it's not making good contact - i.e. Make sure the pressure is distributed evenly across the core. It's best to use a mounting system that uses threaded rods of some kind so this pressure can be balanced out during the mounting process as you go, keeping watch to make sure the pressure remains consistent across the core as described.

Take your time, you'll get the hang of it quickly.

I have a thermaltake water extreme 2.0 i was planning on using with it, I suppose I might have to shim the backplate to get it to make good contact.

Do you have to use non electrically conductive paste?

Thanks for the reply thumb.gif
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I would suggest using that kind since the CPU's circuitry is exposed when delidded and the TIM will squeeze out when the cooler/block is mounted, possibly getting onto these parts of it.

Also know tubing will tend to "Pull" on the block if using watercooling, this will cause it to sideload via tilting. I normally place my hand on the block when I set onto the CPU's core and feel how it's sitting. I will then hold it flat with one hand while using the other hand to snug the block down until I know it won't tilt from the hoses pulling on it. After that it's just a matter of snugging it down.
In fact I'd be sure it's flat and snugged before removing your hand from the cooler no matter what you're using for cooling.
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Delshay, just show us some pics of your gear and etc. This thread is for us to share and learn. Why do you think Ive moved onto 8 and now 16gb in my machine. Because others helped with part numbers, settings, etc. Others did it first, then passed on the info.

Just share and quit talking. Talking wont prove anything. I czn say my dual core is at 5ghz, and my ram is at 430mhz... doesnt prove crap. Please share and support and teach.
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Did I hurt your feelings? rolleyes.gif

Not sure where this comment comes in, under what has happened.
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Impressive 4 & 8GB 1T. What does windows performance show. I am showing 6.1 for CPU/RAM

I need to set up the rig for 8GB again, currently running 16GB. I can show you some results tomorrow.
What CPU clock and HTT are you running?
 
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So while not entirely Socket 939, I'm wanting to try for the overall frequency records for Socket 939 and AM2, and maybe even the SuperPi and PiFast records (as well as wPrime on AM2).

I think I might just have the hardware for it.

Athlon FX-55 did 3,916.49 MHz on LN2 at only -40'c, it doesn't have a cold bug (I tested a full pot and it doesn't cold boot bug either) and 1.802v - I have a lot of cooling and voltage potential remaining and when I did the 3,916.49 MHz I had validations up to around 3,950 MHz which were corrupt. I think it's at least a 4 GHz chip, maybe better. It's a CABCE 0516WPMW, which is the same as all the 4 GHz FX-57s.

2x 256 MB BH-5 - 1x 256 MB Kingston HyperX PC3200 and 1x Mushkin Blackline Level 2 PC3500 - this (odd) set is paired as each stick individually can SuperPi 1M at 302 MHz and around 3.95v (I haven't yet tested the two together, I'd imagine 290 MHz or so). I have been through literally 50+ sticks of BH-5 looking for a decent pair.

Athlon X2 6000+ did 4,144 MHz on DICE at I-can't-remember-the-voltage, it has never been tested under LN2 so I've never had temperature control or been able to find the cold bug (I'm certain it will have one. It was once the fastest AM2 CPU in the world, but has been beaten since then. It's a CCB3F 0711VPMW.

2x 1 GB D9GMH - A Teem Xtreme kit rated at 400 MHz 4-4-4-12. Together they validated 600 MHz 3-3-3-9 at 3.375v and under DICE. I would imagine they can bench somewhere around 530-550 MHz.

On Socket 939 I know I am capable of an efficiency of sub 80,000 on air for SuperPi 1M - on LN2 I'd hoping for around 83,000 (it never scales perfectly frown.gif ) at my validation speed of 3916 MHz which would put me at #1 for S939.

The 6000+ has run SuperPi 1M at over 4 GHz (the score sucked hard as I was untweaked and running single channel - I was literally just checked what the CPU could do.
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I need to set up the rig for 8GB again, currently running 16GB. I can show you some results tomorrow.
What CPU clock and HTT are you running?




All test are conducted at max where possible
Edited by delshay - 7/24/16 at 7:02am
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