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for the Xigmatek S1283 do you have to take out the MB to install it?
The original S1283 came with push pins, and it is possible to install it without taking the MB IF you have small hands / very big case...

But I suggest you to get the bolt-thru / backplate kit for the s1283, it will hold the cooler more secure. (I don't really trust push pins on a large cooler ) You have to take the MB out to install the s1283 with the bolt thru kit though...

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my advice to anyone that is going to be OCing their PC a lot is to cut a hole in your motherboard tray right behind the CPU mount so you do not have to dismount the motherboard every time you want to reapply your TIM.
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my advice to anyone that is going to be OCing their PC a lot is to cut a hole in your motherboard tray right behind the CPU mount so you do not have to dismount the motherboard every time you want to reapply your TIM.
yeah! I did it to my cosmos s! works like a charm
    
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How often should you re-apply the TIM... I'm guesing thats thermal insulating material? I'm gonna get some of that arctic silver for my TRUE (yes, I've decided to go with a TRUE 120). Also, I've decided that I want to get 3.5 ghz out of my Q6700 (maybe just go up to 3.6 if it'll stay stable)... will the true with a 120 fan be adaquate cooling?

Also, a question about OC'ing the ram... the board is rated for DDR2 800MHz right? Now can you actually oc that to be higer, will the board be able to recognize/support that? I mean, right now I just want to kind of oc the cpu and see how things run, and then maybe move on to the ram next. One more question with the ram: do you all think 8gb is too much right now? I have 4 gb right now (well, on its way), and want to get an opinion on it. Thanks in advance!
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How often should you re-apply the TIM... I'm guesing thats thermal insulating material? I'm gonna get some of that arctic silver for my TRUE (yes, I've decided to go with a TRUE 120). Also, I've decided that I want to get 3.5 ghz out of my Q6700 (maybe just go up to 3.6 if it'll stay stable)... will the true with a 120 fan be adaquate cooling?

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this mobo can handle higher clock speeds for the ram but you will need to set the correct timings and speeds in the BIOS manual
4 gig is plenty if you run 8 gig you can turn off the paging file
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Umm...anyone here has e8xxx OC to ~4.5Ghz with this board...?
Or ~4Ghz is already at the limit of this board...?

EDIT: just tried 2000FSB ~1.35V, 1.32 HT, 1.5 NB... linked with memory with 1000Mhz @ 6-6-6-20 2.0V.... Boot in windows, but failed Large fft test Will try again with better ram...
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You'll need good cooling and around 1.41v - 1.45v for 4.5ghz. I tried it at 2000QDR, but it wasn't stable and I don't really need the extra speed. I already have 4.4ghz saved up in my OC profile.
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You'll need good cooling and around 1.41v - 1.45v for 4.5ghz. I tried it at 2000QDR, but it wasn't stable and I don't really need the extra speed. I already have 4.4ghz saved up in my OC profile.
now this really depends on the chip you got.
Low vid and a good chip can oc much better at lower volts than that.

Example, I have used a E8400 it needed 1.365v to get 4ghz stable, my old E8500 needed 1.41v to get 4.3ghz, and my new E8600 needs only 1.352v to get 4.55ghz!

And I have seen people with E8400/E8500 with 1.36v that have 4.3-4.6ghz, so it all depends on the chip, and temps!
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and then there's me, I can't get above 3.26 for nothing, I think I am going to replace this mother board with an Evga 780
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now this really depends on the chip you got.
Low vid and a good chip can oc much better at lower volts than that.

Example, I have used a E8400 it needed 1.365v to get 4ghz stable, my old E8500 needed 1.41v to get 4.3ghz, and my new E8600 needs only 1.352v to get 4.55ghz!

And I have seen people with E8400/E8500 with 1.36v that have 4.3-4.6ghz, so it all depends on the chip, and temps!
Yes your old E8500 is a powerhungry one. To get 4.19Ghz stable I had to run 1.375Vcore. But I suspect you juice up the volts more than I do at first OC.

My former E8200 ran 3.82gHz @ 1.34Vcore so yeah, the difference between chips are there allright.
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