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DarthBeavis used to use them before he came to the light known as Danger Den/EK. He had like 3 blocks crack on him. They were installed to TT's specifications. He's no noob either. Also the shoddy reviews are more than enough to scare me away.
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Currently running 62C at full load QX6700 B3, 1.42 Volts 3.5GHz. GTX 360, D5 Vario, D-Tek Fuzion V2. If there is a TT that can cool this pig better send it over, I'll run it through the paces and if it does I buy it. If it doesn't I get to blow it up. Sound fair. I would imagine it would have a hard time keeping this chip at those temps at stock speed.

As far as why most hate the TT water kits, maybe it's because they use aluminum and copper, say it with me "galvanic corosion". We read stories all the time about how the "TT kit leaked and toook out . . . " Another reason why we hate TT water kits.

Glad you had good luck with yours and may you continue to but . . . as someone else said, just because your friend uses heroin and doesn't have a problem doen't mean you should try, or something to that affect.
I will bring mine down to your specks and run prime. my guess is it will be very close. I am currentley running a Q6700 at 3.97Ghz @ 1.752v it will hit 72c when priming.
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I will bring mine down to your specks and run prime. my guess is it will be very close. I am currentley running a Q6700 at 3.97Ghz @ 1.752v it will hit 72c when priming.
Your close with a 95 watt Q6700 GO. Not the same.

Trust me, this chip is just a heat generating pig, hence the name. It's a 130W QX B3, the B3 is good for 10C more than a GO at same speeds. It went through a TRUE and a Xigmatek 120mm Rifle cooler and would Prime at 72C with only 1.34 Volts. Both lapped as well as the chip.

As I have said on numerous occasions, if I would have know then what I know now, I'd have gotten a Q6600.

Edited to add: What's you VCore one shows 1.75 and the other shows 1.17.


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My core Voltage in that shot is 1.7 the 1.17 is the south bridge voltage. My Q6700 is not a very good one. It takes a lot of v core to get it stable. I tried your settings for 3.5Ghz no go it took 1.48v Vcore to get it stable enough to prime for 1 hour. But as you can see even with 1.48 it only hit 61c while priming. The point is TT water cooling works just as well as any other. My AMD Q9850 has a Swiftec set up with a zalman cpu block and it runs about the same temps + or - 1C
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I woudl love that in louisiana....it was hitting 115 heat index here in frikkin march.....However, heat index does not equal real temperatures, and overall humidity does not affect your cooling performance as much as the actual ambient air temperature...
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I say $100+
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I say $100+
I'd say $250+ if it's going to work.
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