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post #3821 of 4653
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http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=720611

this system does a 20s superpi 1m. The memory is running at stock.
isnt 20s quite high for this clock? here at 3.3ghz it makes 16,5s or less with my cheap 2 years old ram running at 770mhz
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I want in
my specs are in my sig "Proof"
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isnt 20s quite high for this clock? here at 3.3ghz it makes 16,5s or less with my cheap 2 years old ram running at 770mhz
It does seem slow compared to other scores I've seen... I'm going to try another run and see if it scores better. come to think of it, I might have had prime95 running in the background. Sometimes I forget to close it before I start doing other stuff.
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maybe i should lower the vcore damn its to high ROFL

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http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=720611

this system does a 20s superpi 1m. The memory is running at stock.
I did 4.250Ghz just booted up needed 1.465V though to just boot up and verify...

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=723076
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I'm wondering how much further I can go - my voltage isn't terribly high right now. If I oc with the memory linked the memory can't get very far before it starts causing problems, but thus far running then unlinked hasn't been a problem.

my mobo is a micro atx but it seems to have no trouble at all with the OC. next time I get a chance I'll put up some screens to join the stable club on this thread.
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You could potentially lower your temps around 5-10C by either lapping or removing the IHS. If you remove the IHS make sure your heatsink has a firm hold on your CPU. I killed an e2180 in less then a sec from my Nirvana not screwing down far enough to touch the chip.
Load of bull****. Lapping any cpu or removing the IHS does not result in a 5-10'C drop. Max you will see lapping a cpu would be about 3-5'C drop and thats carefully done achieving a full mirror flat finish. IHS is about 1-2'C more drop what a lapped cpu can achieve. I don't know where you get your info from but you need to polish up your post a bit so you don't get people thinking your false info.
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Load of bull****. Lapping any cpu or removing the IHS does not result in a 5-10'C drop. Max you will see lapping a cpu would be about 3-5'C drop and thats carefully done achieving a full mirror flat finish. IHS is about 1-2'C more drop what a lapped cpu can achieve. I don't know where you get your info from but you need to polish up your post a bit so you don't get people thinking your false info.
It really just depends on how uneven the IHS is before you start and how it is afterwards. Every lapping job will be different. I was able to lower my e2180's temps 8C after lapping removing the IHS and replacing the TIM with higher quality TIM under the IHS. Then lapping the heatsink. Ran my test with the same ambient to. Didn't even do a mirror shine, flat is sufficient. There's made a 1-2C difference between flat and mirror shine. Not worth the extra hour lapping IMO. The first lapping job I did, got me ~5C cooler. That was IHS surface only and didn't lap heatsink. My info is first hand sir.
    
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Yeah you mentioned lapping the IHS gives a 5-10'C drop. You should've added in, lapped cpu+lapped HSF = 5-10'C would've made more sense that way.
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i gave it ago, and i sliped, and damaged the pcb :@ im not sure if it still works, il see if it still posts or not later on today.
Did you manage to remove the IHS?

Also if I recall from one of my older mods, all 775 processors IHS is soldered in the middle to the core of the chip. I remember using a heat gun up to 96'C to melt the solder in between the IHS and the cpu core to remove it, but I chipped it off instead of sliding it off slowly as I heated it up, the end resulting in the whole core removed

And also regarding to one of Pizzamans post, where you can cut the sides of the IHS through the glue, that is 478 days, not 775. Unlike 478 where the sides are glued and middle is thermal pasted, 775 is soldered in the middle core, making a bit more difficult to remove. Most people don't remove IHS off current LGA775 cpu's as they run cooler then their cousin counterparts 478, therefore making it not necessary to head towards extreme measures.
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