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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
  • 49% (926)
    Great
  • 30% (573)
    Good
  • 12% (226)
    Meh
  • 1% (27)
    Bad
  • 5% (108)
    SUX
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post #12811 of 28613
Quote:
Originally Posted by BriSleep View Post
Ummm, don't try to go past 4.5G's. Chips have a tendency to get all leaky in the lanes. Do you have the asus version of Vdroop on and have you watched the voltage during a burn test?

I'd say you got yourself a "drunken monkey" chip man! Major congrats!
thanks my friend so far so good man 1.270v i think is good for that i7 930 at 4.0GHz so i guess i got a good batch# LOL
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Crucial® RealSSD™ C300 64gb x2 /1T WD Caviar Black ASUS DRW/Bluray Combo Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit Slackware Linux / FreeBSD Logitech G15 Gaming Keyboard 
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post #12812 of 28613
dam i want to overclock mine to 4.0 too

asrock's x58 motherboard and its smart/oc tweaker and it's preset settings makes it super easy to overclock with just one click...

but do i still have to run tests for stability?
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post #12813 of 28613
yes u need to stress test using prime 95 and intelburn test. and software oc is not recommended even asus rampage III extreme has the best OC software to overclock but its not recommended u need to overclock using ur BIOS no exception. ask everyone here even the expert doesnt recommend software overclocking
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Crucial® RealSSD™ C300 64gb x2 /1T WD Caviar Black ASUS DRW/Bluray Combo Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit Slackware Linux / FreeBSD Logitech G15 Gaming Keyboard 
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Crucial® RealSSD™ C300 64gb x2 /1T WD Caviar Black ASUS DRW/Bluray Combo Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit Slackware Linux / FreeBSD Logitech G15 Gaming Keyboard 
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post #12814 of 28613
Quote:
Originally Posted by Trademark View Post
yes u need to stress test using prime 95 and intelburn test. and software oc is not recommended even asus rampage III extreme has the best OC software to overclock but its not recommended u need to overclock using ur BIOS no exception. ask everyone here even the expert doesnt recommend software overclocking
of it's not software i think.

it's straight from the bios.. in bios for asrock, there are preset profiles: 3.0, 3.6, 4.0, 4.2. you just select it from bios and it tweaks bios automatically.
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2 G.Skill 60GB SSD RAID 0, 2 1TB Samsung F3 RAID 1 ASUS 24X DVD Burner, LG 10X BD-ROM Windows 7 Professional 2x Dell U2311H UltraSharp 23" Monitors 
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post #12815 of 28613
Quote:
Originally Posted by yuugotserved View Post
of it's not software i think.

it's straight from the bios.. in bios for asrock, there are preset profiles: 3.0, 3.6, 4.0, 4.2. you just select it from bios and it tweaks bios automatically.
Asus rampage has that too. but like i said its not highly recommended u need to do trial and error to really have a stable overclock in bios. dont rely on preloaded bios overclock. not all components/cpu/motherboard has the same capability to overclock so the best way is to overclock manually.
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i7 930 @4.0 GHz 1.244V HT Enabled ASUS RAMPAGE III EXTREME EVGA GTX 580 + SLI Corsair Dominator 6gb DDR3 
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Crucial® RealSSD™ C300 64gb x2 /1T WD Caviar Black ASUS DRW/Bluray Combo Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit Slackware Linux / FreeBSD Logitech G15 Gaming Keyboard 
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Crucial® RealSSD™ C300 64gb x2 /1T WD Caviar Black ASUS DRW/Bluray Combo Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit Slackware Linux / FreeBSD Logitech G15 Gaming Keyboard 
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post #12816 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Haleskater View Post
whats the best way to install the Corsair H50 into this case? every time i install it it always managed to just knock my top side fan. im waiting for my artic silver to be delivered and i want to get it right first time when it comes. any ideas?
no answers for me?
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post #12817 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Haleskater View Post
no answers for me?
something like this


Waiting for the gtx 465 by Raspinudo, on Flickr
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post #12818 of 28613
i couldnt even get mine to fit that way cos i have push/pull it feels like its gonna kink or something if i try and get mine the way urs is ...





with it set up like this ... its JUST hitting the side top fan. but when my artic silver comes i want to swap a few things around and dont want it touching it at all
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post #12819 of 28613
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post #12820 of 28613
I see a lot of Scouts with the H50 and I'd like to ask a few questions about it.

Over time, when it degrades, will I see a lot higher temperatures that would warrant a purchase of a new cooler?

I've also heard that there's a chance of it leaking as time goes by. How worried should I be about this?

Thanks guys!
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