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post #51 of 69
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How much is that WC setup?
~90$ - D5 pump
~120$ - PA120.3
~85$ - coppertop + GTX
...I mod'd an old PSU for 24v to run the 3x Nidec Beta V's [both free]
~100$ - NB+SB blocks made here on OCN by martinm [currently not installed for testing purposes]

..with chipsets in-loop, cpu temps increase by ~2c.
post #52 of 69
Stepping: GO
FSB: 1400
Multiplier: 350x9
Voltage: 1.30
Idle/Load Temps: 30-40
CPU Cooler: Apogee GT
Mobo: IP35-Pro
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~90$ - D5 pump
~120$ - PA120.3
~85$ - coppertop + GTX
...I mod'd an old PSU for 24v to run the 3x Nidec Beta V's [both free]
~100$ - NB+SB blocks made here on OCN by martinm [currently not installed for testing purposes]

..with chipsets in-loop, cpu temps increase by ~2c.
Wow upwards of $395!!!!

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Stepping: GO
FSB: 1400
Multiplier: 350x9
Voltage: 1.30
Idle/Load Temps: 30-40
CPU Cooler: Apogee GT
Mobo: IP35-Pro
I'm curious, why not clock higher? Super low temps at that configuration.
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I would like to know that as well. Also, is the VID the difference between your load and idle vcore indicators? and in which program?
The VID is the vcore your particular cpu needs to run stock speeds. Core temps will tell you this.
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post #55 of 69
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The VID is the vcore your particular cpu needs to run stock speeds. Core temps will tell you this.
So then vdroop is the difference between idle/load?
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post #56 of 69
Vdroop = the difference in voltage, set & measured. Either referring to the set BIOS vcore and idle vcore in Windows..or the idle vcore and load vcore. A vcore droop mod, will fix both.

VID = is the stock Voltage Identifier..which CoreTemp usually displays accurately. For some reason, DFI mobo's [some of them] change the vcore in an unusual way that registers the current cpu vcore as the VID, when viewed by CoreTemp.
post #57 of 69
Stepping: G0
FSB: 333FSB
Multiplier: 9x
Voltage: 1.3v
Idle/Load temps: Idle - 47 - Load - 50
CPU Cooler: Tuniq Tower w/ modded silverstone 120mm fan (105cfm)
Mobo: Asus Wifi Delux
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Stepping - G0
FSB - 1600
Multi - 400 x 9
Voltage - 1.525
Idle/Load Temps 45/60
CPU Cooler - Zalman Water block + Reserator
Mobo - Asus P5B Deluxe, Vista Edition
discredit this, it asploded
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discredit this, it asploded
I read in your other thread, I'm sorry to hear that! It makes me think twice about going to WCing.
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Peacemaker, for Ambients i just look at the thermostat in the hallway near my PC room. I know its not exactly right, but i check it when im doin benches. Also the weather changes alot from day to day here in Wisconsin, so thats why i think Ambients mean alot when stating temps.
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