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You might want to check your BIOS settings again. On my Memmei machine I leave all the power saving fetures enabled. I'm looking at multipliers ranging from 12x to 13.5x etc. and all I'm doing is writing this. Hotrod has no power saving features enabled. It is at 182x22 (4004MHz) all the time. I forgot a setting once and had 'interesting' readings until I went back to BIOS.
Yepp I will reset everything to factory defaults and start all over.
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post #1712 of 4392
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Originally Posted by maverickpk View Post
Yepp I will reset everything to factory defaults and start all over.
And factory defaults to power-saving modes. From the manual: M.I.T. > Advanced Frequency Settings > Advanced CPU Core Features > x
At x, I have Intel Turbo Boost = Auto (to get 22x), CPU Cores Enabled = All, CPU Multi-Threading = Enabled, and the next five items disabled. The only thing below HT=on that is enabled is Virtualization Technology. I have accidently left some bit enabled and had troubles.

HTH.
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Here are some teasers showing the finishing touches of my build. It will look much nicer when it’s finished…



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post #1714 of 4392
So i setup an RMA via primochill for my t3, and he returned my money and said to throw it in the garbage... lol

the new primochill bay res will be avail in 3 weeks... i hope its better than this. still using a mold.
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post #1715 of 4392
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So i setup an RMA via primochill for my t3, and he returned my money and said to throw it in the garbage... lol

the new primochill bay res will be avail in 3 weeks... i hope its better than this. still using a mold.
I would just stick to XSPC if Primochill won't change the materials. The T3 and the new one just look ugly aside from everything, especially in the ATCS 840.
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post #1716 of 4392
Hey guys what is the way to get the best airflow for this case having some issues...

also, what 120mm fans should i buy to add more cooling power?

also, can the 230mm fans be controlled with a fan controller?

please help
post #1717 of 4392
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Originally Posted by mudkipz are cool View Post
also, what 120mm fans should i buy to add more cooling power?
Depends on how much noise you can tolerate; if you have a fan controller, just toss a set of S-Flex Gs in and you're set, they're really good all-purpose fans.

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also, can the 230mm fans be controlled with a fan controller?
Sure, but why would you want to? They're extremely quiet even at full speed.
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post #1718 of 4392
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also, can the 230mm fans be controlled with a fan controller?
I can tell you from experience that fan controlling the 230mm fans works rather poorly. However you can barely hear them anyway so there really is no need to run them at lower speeds.
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post #1719 of 4392
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I would just stick to XSPC if Primochill won't change the materials. The T3 and the new one just look ugly aside from everything, especially in the ATCS 840.
Ive already ordered a the xspc bay for ddc and the ddc.
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post #1720 of 4392
Do most of you use fan controllers? Still trying to figure out what to do with all my fan cables. Plugged some into the mobo which helps, but it's still crazy back there - I've been forced to use 3-pin to molex adapters, and needless to say it's not pretty.
I know some suggestions were made a couple pages back, but what do you guys think would cut down the absolute most on the bulk of wires back there? I'm willing to invest in anything it takes to have neat/tidy cable management!

Also, any suggestions of cable routing so that you don't have to take the whole case apart when you just want to slide out the mobo tray? I'm sure you guys know what I mean. Instead of just removing the front panel and unplugging a couple wires and then sliding out the mobo tray, you basically have to unplug everything - which kind of defeats the ease-of-access of the tray. :/
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