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This ok for now?
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Just waiting for my quick disconnects from Koolance and also waiting on the power supply, then playtime :-)
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This ok for now?
Perfect, thank you! Welcome and added to the owners list!

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Just waiting for my quick disconnects from Koolance and also waiting on the power supply, then playtime :-)
Looking forward to seeing it!
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looks much better than before I think

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Perfect, thank you! Welcome and added to the owners list!



Looking forward to seeing it!
Thankyou
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NEVER EVER use @BIOS, it can brick your board. This may be the problem already but it did sound like you got it to post.
Post your MIT and we will take a look at it.
I here some say this and have read articals as provided.. personally i think ppl are a bit paranoid and well perhaps just jumping on the bandwagon.. which is all too common i guess.. Sure there may be a 1-3% chance (unless someone has figures i'm not aware of).. Then again probably more chance of sneazing, tripping over onto the PC and breaking somethign that way.. Anyway i've used @Bios over 100 times (at least) without issue.

Sure if your system is hella unstable you don't want to be updating with @bios prior to resetting to optimised etc.. but otherwise.. live a little yeah..
Edited by gobbo353 - 10/27/10 at 3:22am
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looks much better than before I think

much better.. looked in knots before

p.s. damn you know i'm not far away from going full water.. looking hella forward to it actually.. But don't personally understand why most bother without extreme OC'ing.. either peen or future proof? lives in a desert or just because they can.. all valid reasons i guess, just doesn't make sense in general though, hmm

Hey not yourself mrtomek yeah and +rep for the excellent job..

Perhaps something for discussion all.. dunno maybe i'm just missing something elementry here and is just something that came to mind just now..
Edited by gobbo353 - 10/27/10 at 3:24am
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I here some say this and have read articals as provided.. personally i think ppl are a bit paranoid and well perhaps just jumping on the bandwagon.. which is all too common i guess.. Sure there may be a 1-3% chance (unless someone has figures i'm not aware of).. Then again probably more chance of sneazing, tripping over onto the PC and breaking somethign that way.. Anyway i've used @Bios over 100 times (at least) without issue.

Sure if your system is hella unstable you don't want to be updating with @bios prior to resetting to optimised etc.. but otherwise.. live a little yeah..
That's like saying, "Drunk driving is fine, I haven't killed anyone yet". Sure it can work, but when you read that it does brick boards why risk it when you can use a different method.
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looks much better than before I think
Looks great! Thanks for posting those pics! +Rep

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Thankyou
You're welcome

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I here some say this and have read articals as provided.. personally i think ppl are a bit paranoid and well perhaps just jumping on the bandwagon.. which is all too common i guess.. Sure there may be a 1-3% chance (unless someone has figures i'm not aware of).. Then again probably more chance of sneazing, tripping over onto the PC and breaking somethign that way.. Anyway i've used @Bios over 100 times (at least) without issue.

Sure if your system is hella unstable you don't want to be updating with @bios prior to resetting to optimised etc.. but otherwise.. live a little yeah..
If there's even a remote chance of instantly bricking your investment, most would not take it.

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much better.. looked in knots before

p.s. damn you know i'm not far away from going full water.. looking hella forward to it actually.. But don't personally understand why most bother without extreme OC'ing.. either peen or future proof? lives in a desert or just because they can.. all valid reasons i guess, just doesn't make sense in general though, hmm

Hey not yourself mrtomek yeah and +rep for the excellent job..

Perhaps something for discussion all.. dunno maybe i'm just missing something elementry here and is just something that came to mind just now..
Extreme OCing is what most have done with watercooling, but you can't use those settings 24/7, because of the constantly high heat and wear and tear. You seem haphazard in your logic, pertaining to computers. You might wish to consider reading up a bit more about cause and effect and/or heed the tried and tested advice of others.
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Extreme OCing is what most have done with watercooling, but you can't use those settings 24/7, because of the constantly high heat and wear and tear. You seem haphazard in your logic, pertaining to computers. You might wish to consider reading up a bit more about cause and effect and/or heed the tried and tested advice of others.
With all due respect Mac and I mean that.. haphazard I am not.. I read plenty regarding cause and effect and am well versed where interest dictates.

My point was that what the majority believe is often simply a manifestation of misinformation. As you would be aware many people have many opinions and scientific study as useful as it is is all too often taken out of context.. Too often statistics and Chinese whispers are somehow taken as gospel.. I don't dispel your advice I merely make an observation and ask others to comment.. If there is one thing I've learned it is that there is RARELY any ONE source of any truth.. What we do here IS NOT an exact science.. Fact.

If one thousand people have the same experience minus one and that one has a voice and means to communicate to the masses.. Chances are with a convincing argument, no matter how nonsensicle more will convert.

With regard to @Bios.. If you can provide figures pertaining to bricking rates then we have a debate.. Otherwise it is just one mans opinion, which was probably taken from another and blended with their own.. That is not fact.

With regard to water cooling.. I only speak from my own experiences and those from reputable folk. I.e I have had an E8400 OC'd to 4.5 for two years now on air without issue.."So I, me, personally have operated with extreme settings 24/7". (without including around a dozen other examples) Your experiences are your own and I am not to judge your opinion. I have a right to question however, no? Degradation here is secondary to me therefore given the above, it may not be to you but does that matter..

I question why you are getting defensive.. I was not having a go at anyone simple asking for others opinions so i can make my own value judgement.. Sure i may take the mickey but that is not something to be berated over. Currently my opinion is not based on any custom water cooling experience, otherwise I would have no need to ask.

p.s You do a fantastic work here Mac and again nothing personal..

p.p.s My profession is Software Engineering and I am currently a Test Manager for hundreds of staff within our Government Org. I have a curious mind and sure I have a healthy cynical streak.. But more than naught I am a simple pragmatist.

p.p.s sorry in my haste i missed this and it did make me laugh "

That's like saying, "Drunk driving is fine, I haven't killed anyone yet". Sure it can work, but when you read that it does brick boards why risk it when you can use a different method."

This is not the case.. In my view @Bios would have been recalled if it was not a responsible method of flashing.. You could have likened it to driving with one hand on the wheel, a perfectly acceptable way of driving but not quite as safe as two hands.. I would tend to accept that. Conversely drink driving is irresponsible and if you crash you deserve to pay the penalty and that is why it is 'not legal'.. Not legal being the metaphor here - So when considered your comment does not constitute a valid counter.

And lastly "If there's even a remote chance of instantly bricking your investment, most would not take it. "

This is not true either.. Most in fact would take the half-hazard approach because other methods are either beyond them, they are impatient, or simple aren't aware.. The paranoid minority (could use a subtler term), well that is another story.
Edited by gobbo353 - 10/27/10 at 5:44am
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