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First, as far as VTT goes it needs to be within .5v of the ram voltage, i.e. if ram is at 1.65v then VTT needs to be at 1.15v or higher. There are a lot of folks that run it at 1.5v because the BR under volts the VTT. You need to check with a multimeter on the voltage pads to get an accurate reading. I have set mine at 1.47v according to the bios and software and it is actually 1.41v. You should only need a higher VTT if you are trying to hit above 200BCLK, otherwise 1.21v should be good.

Water block - A couple of folks have mentioned this same issue, me included. It appears there may be a hairline crack in the water block that when tightened down it will leak, slowly, but still leaks. You can either replace it with another water block that can be bolted in place, such as the Koolance or RMA the block with Foxconn. I am personally going to go with either the Koolance CHC-122 or the XSPC Delta V3 (if I can find it) because I want to be able to change the fittings.
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ive had my vtt/vvt or whatever it is up around 1.7 at high clocks with dram up passed 1.7 and it handles it just fine
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First, as far as VTT goes it needs to be within .5v of the ram voltage, i.e. if ram is at 1.65v then VTT needs to be at 1.15v or higher. There are a lot of folks that run it at 1.5v because the BR under volts the VTT. You need to check with a multimeter on the voltage pads to get an accurate reading. I have set mine at 1.47v according to the bios and software and it is actually 1.41v. You should only need a higher VTT if you are trying to hit above 200BCLK, otherwise 1.21v should be good.

Water block - A couple of folks have mentioned this same issue, me included. It appears there may be a hairline crack in the water block that when tightened down it will leak, slowly, but still leaks. You can either replace it with another water block that can be bolted in place, such as the Koolance or RMA the block with Foxconn. I am personally going to go with either the Koolance CHC-122 or the XSPC Delta V3 (if I can find it) because I want to be able to change the fittings.
Thanks for the info!! I was starting to believe that I'm crazy!
I have already contacted with foxconn with detailed information about this issue. They replied and told me to ask reseller to replace the whole motherboard including the water block. I'll go for that just for the satisfaction.

After replacement (that hopes it will take place..) I'm definitely going to use the koolance's GPU-200 on NB. That will give me the option to use 3/8 nozzles. The only issue about koolance's block is that I'll need to find custom bolts in order to mount it on the NB. But thats not a big deal.
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I do not believe you will need to get any other bolts. I am pretty sure the stock bolts are long enought to go through the Koolance mount and still go into the NB mount. Worse case scenario, find out the size of the bolt, i.e. 4mm, 3mm, etc. and order some longer ones from Mcmasters.com.
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I do not believe you will need to get any other bolts. I am pretty sure the stock bolts are long enought to go through the Koolance mount and still go into the NB mount. Worse case scenario, find out the size of the bolt, i.e. 4mm, 3mm, etc. and order some longer ones from Mcmasters.com.
is there any noob style 1.2.3. this is how you oc a i7 920 do on a bloodrage tutorial somewhere?
i turned over from amd a month ago and have no clue where to start here
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is there any noob style 1.2.3. this is how you oc a i7 920 do on a bloodrage tutorial somewhere?
i turned over from amd a month ago and have no clue where to start here
Here's a general i7 overclocking guide
http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...7-920-4-a.html

and also Bloodrage guide
http://forum.xcpus.com/overclocking/...ing-guide.html
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thanks, just went by the xcpu one, and im @ 4ghz x4 ht on, max temp on prime95 so far 10 minutes in 68 c. anything i can increase ? my idle is around 38 - 40 c

should i rev up the cpu clock a bit more as my voltage is at 1.42



thanks ppls
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thanks, just went by the xcpu one, and im @ 4ghz x4 ht on, max temp on prime95 so far 10 minutes in 68 c. anything i can increase ? my idle is around 38 - 40 c

should i rev up the cpu clock a bit more as my voltage is at 1.42


thanks ppls
You could turn the voltage down to 1.25v for 4.0. I'm sure that'll still be stable and you'll get a nice temp drop too. 1.42v is a lot even for 4.2. Try 1.3v for 4.2.
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You could turn the voltage down to 1.25v for 4.0. I'm sure that'll still be stable and you'll get a nice temp drop too. 1.42v is a lot even for 4.2. Try 1.3v for 4.2.
thanks mate

really appreciate the help on here!

im so far still prime95 stable, temps are:



i guess temps should still be fine, as no other app maxes the pc that much in my believe
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Got a problem here. Right when I boot up it goes to the OC recovery. Its happened twice to me on my 24/7 clocks. It can run all day fine, but when I boot it fails.
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