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The 775 back plate is .88c here?! Not sure what shipping is though.

http://www.canadacomputers.com/produ...item_id=031246
Edited by clubfoot - 1/9/11 at 12:27pm
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The 775 back plate is .88c here?! Not sure what shipping is though.

http://www.canadacomputers.com/produ...item_id=031246
Its available in stores only. Is that one metal thought? Even if its not it looks like its def better than the flimsy plastic H50 backplate.


On a side note
I'm not very happy with my GPU temps since I've turned around my H50 and made it an intake. The GPU now runs 5-7C hotter while gaming. Even still my GPU temps are by no means in the danger zone now (60C max load). I just ordered 4 Yate Loon high speed fans from Petra's. I plan on replacing the CM R4 on my GPU cooler with one of the Yates and hopefully that will shave off a few degrees. I'm also going to put one of the Yates in the top fan spot to try and exhaust more of the hot air that the H50 is now dumping into the case. If those don't help I'm going back to exhausting the H50 and throw the other 2 Yate's on the H50 and call it a day. I'm hoping the Yate high speed fans will outperform the CM R4's. They flow 19cfm's more than the R4's and have the same static pressure so I can't see why they shouldn't.
Edited by DJ4g63t - 1/9/11 at 1:41pm
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2600k @ 4.4GHz @ 1.3v:

Load temps: 57,62,63,61

Is that good? Is that temperature 'spread' normal?
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2600k @ 4.4GHz @ 1.3v:

Load temps: 57,62,63,61

Is that good? Is that temperature 'spread' normal?
I'd say it's really good spread seems good
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2600k @ 4.4GHz @ 1.3v:

Load temps: 57,62,63,61

Is that good? Is that temperature 'spread' normal?
Nice , runs alot cooler than my 870 because its 32nm . Was considering an upgrade to sandy bridge but after reading reviews its nothing much over the 870 but i do love the way they clock and your temps are lookin really good im impressed . Whats the tj max of these chips ?

i7 2600 is $348 and the i7 870 is $339 , wonder why they are the same price roughly .
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For those of you looking for a sturdy metal backplate for your new Sandy Bridge system, I can confirm the Xigmatek Crossbow (ACK-I5361) works perfectly on my P67A-UD5 without interfering with any of the circuitry or other stuff on the back. I imagine it's the same for all the Gigabyte boards, if not all the Sandy Bridge boards...

This thing is legit - I can't bend this sucker with my hands even if I try.

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That bracket looks extremely nice replacement instead of the plastic backplate we use for our water cooler.

Man i wanna get a sandy bridge but i might just wait cuz having 4.4ghz overclocks and higher just screams for incredible fps performance lol.
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I just might pick one of those up if my TRUE LGA775 backplate doesn't cut it.

EDIT: Just started lapping my H50. Checking it with a metal ruler showed it was concave. (light was shining through the center)



Starting on 800 grit IMMEDIATELY proved this, as the edges began to whittle down. I'll keep you guys posted.
Edited by ArcticZero - 1/10/11 at 2:43am
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post #15949 of 28253
Hi,
I have a core i7 950 mounted on Asus Sabertoorh MB, with stock heat sink but CPU temperatures were reaching 100 on max load, 50-60 on idle. So I purchased the H50 for better temps. Now when I am trying to uninstall the heat sink I am stuck , since I am not able to pull out one of the legs of heat sink, even though its in unlock state. Any ideas ,if any one of you faced similar issues while removeing stock heat sink. I am afraid to break the MoBo, if I apply too much pressure to pull it out.
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Hi,
I have a core i7 950 mounted on Asus Sabertoorh MB, with stock heat sink but CPU temperatures were reaching 100 on max load, 50-60 on idle. So I purchased the H50 for better temps. Now when I am trying to uninstall the heat sink I am stuck , since I am not able to pull out one of the legs of heat sink, even though its in unlock state. Any ideas ,if any one of you faced similar issues while removeing stock heat sink. I am afraid to break the MoBo, if I apply too much pressure to pull it out.
ohhhh crap... that has happened to me before, but eventually i got it unstuck =/
took a long time but i did it. put it in the unlock state, and hold the piece (the thing the locker is in) down as you pull the unlocker up to avoid breaking the motherboard or chip it.

edit: intel coolers are absolutely retarded =/
they provide good processors but not sufficient enough coolers to accompany the processor which is pretty lame from intel provided that we are actually paying money for the processor
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