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Ok well that issue is fix now but it seams I have another problem. I know the board adds 1.0mhz to the bus speed automatically so I factor that into my oc. Now it seems to be adding 2mhz more under load and its messing with my OC, in short I set 266(3990) in the bios for an effective 267(4005) but its now under load it keeps going up to 269(4035) randomly. I previously had my OC stable at 4.0 at 1.531v but now Im up to 1.538 and still testing for stability. Is there any way I can stop the board from adding that extra 2.0mhz?
Did you disable the Turbo feature in the BIOS? I also have CPU Load Line Calibration and CPU/NB Load Line Calibration disabled.
   
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Meh. Kinda happy I didn't wait for Extreme.
>dat smooth feel
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post #4673 of 13132
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For some reason I like the look of the non extreme better.
I agree the formula has a cleaner look to it
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Which way would you guys go based on the system I have in my sig?

Setup One:
CPU: 20.5 x 200 = 4100 MHz
Memory: 1600 MHz @ 7-8-8-24 1T
CPU-NB: 2400 MHz
HT: 2400 MHz

Setup Two:
CPU: 18 x 220 = 4050 MHz
Memory: 1800 MHz @ 7-10-8-24 1T
NB: 2700 MHz
HT: 2700 MHz

Setup Three:
CPU: 16 x 250 = 4000 MHz
Memory: 2000 MHz 7-10-8-27 2T
NB: 3000 MHz
HT: 3000 MHz
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Which way would you guys go based on the system I have in my sig?

Setup One:
CPU: 20.5 x 200 = 4100 MHz
Memory: 1600 MHz @ 7-8-8-24 1T
CPU-NB: 2400 MHz
HT: 2400 MHz

Setup Two:
CPU: 18 x 220 = 4050 MHz
Memory: 1800 MHz @ 7-10-8-24 1T
NB: 2700 MHz
HT: 2700 MHz

Setup Three:
CPU: 16 x 250 = 4000 MHz
Memory: 2000 MHz 7-10-8-27 2T
NB: 3000 MHz
HT: 3000 MHz
I think setup three will yield the best all around performance. The 1t and the higher NB and HT will give you really snappy performance even though your CPU is 100 MHz slower than the quickest setup you provided. 100 MHz is not noticeable in my opinion.
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Setup Two yields NB @ 56C idle, CPU @ 48C (lm-sensors by way of k10temp). Going to have to reseat the bridge sinks and the H70 (plastic backplate is shoddy, Corsair should have included metal plates).
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Setup Two yields NB @ 56C idle, CPU @ 48C (lm-sensors by way of k10temp). Going to have to reseat the bridge sinks and the H70 (plastic backplate is shoddy, Corsair should have included metal plates).
There used to be a backplate for the H50, I can't find it now. It was metal I believe. It was for the H50, should be the same for the H70 right?
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Count me in, just got mine. OCing from the iPhone right now.
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There used to be a backplate for the H50, I can't find it now. It was metal I believe. It was for the H50, should be the same for the H70 right?
The backplate for the H70 is definitely plastic. Reseated the H70, one trick to greater retention ring tension is to orient the H screw base(s) perpendicular with the backplate seat. This allows greater screw tension to be applied without the H screw base(s) breaking through the backplate when aligned in parallel.



Push pull exhaust using two Noiseblocker M12-SH3s. Appears as if I will need to forego the M12-P PWM controls when I drop them in to keep temps down. CPU (1.5v) @ 46C on a light load (compiling mplayer and chromium) and under the approximate ambient I tested at yesterday (79F).



Upon inspection, NB/SB chips had excellent contact with the sinks. Nonetheless, cleaned and reseated with a bit of ZM-STG2 and increased screw tension. NB (1.25v) @ 50C @ 46C on a light load (compiling mplayer and chromium) with an ambient of 79F. Reseating NB/SB with a quality TIM is highly recommended for those seeing NB 56C on idle @ 79F ambient .
Edited by adamlau - 10/10/10 at 11:37pm
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The backplate for the H70 is definitely plastic. Reseated the H70, one trick to greater retention ring tension is to orient the H screw base(s) perpendicular with the backplate seat. This allows greater screw tension to be applied without the H screw base(s) breaking through the backplate when aligned in parallel. I'll post a picture to illustrate in a moment. CPU (1.5v) @ 46C on a light load (compiling mplayer and chromium) and under the approximate ambient I tested at yesterday (79F).

Upon inspection, NB/SB chips had excellent contact with the sinks. Nonetheless, cleaned and reseated with a bit of ZM-STG2 and increased screw tension. NB (1.25v) @ 50C @ 46C on a light load (compiling mplayer and chromium) with an ambient of 79F. Reseating NB/SB with a quality TIM is highly recommended for those seeing NB 56C on idle @ 79F ambient .
I meant it was one that you can purchase separately, not that the one that came with it is metal. You were able to purchase this one through Frozen CPU, I can't find it now though.

As far as NB, I had to reseat mine and file down the standoffs. Worked great after that.
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