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I'm so confused right now. Is anyone here with a knowledge of basic wiring haha.
Can you tell me what's the difference between a 3 pin fan wire and the 2 pin fan wire which comes with the fan controller?
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Originally Posted by Recr3ational View Post

I'm so confused right now. Is anyone here with a knowledge of basic wiring haha.
Can you tell me what's the difference between a 3 pin fan wire and the 2 pin fan wire which comes with the fan controller?

I'm not entirely sure this will clear up your confusion, but this is what I was able to find. You skip down to the sections talking about 2-pin and 3-pin fans probably.

http://www.pcbheaven.com/wikipages/How_PC_Fans_Work/
     
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Originally Posted by NaciremaDiputs View Post

I'm not entirely sure this will clear up your confusion, but this is what I was able to find. You skip down to the sections talking about 2-pin and 3-pin fans probably.

http://www.pcbheaven.com/wikipages/How_PC_Fans_Work/
They're gonna be suspicious in a min after tha amount of REPs I'm giving you.
Thanks again man. Now I can rig my broken fan connector with a fan extension smile.gif
Edited by Recr3ational - 2/11/14 at 1:23pm
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Do you have an option to enable Turbo Mode?

With my Sandy Bridge cpu I don't do anything to set voltage. I just turn on Turbo Mode, set the upper limit multiplier to something like 46 if I want a 4.6 gHz OC and then I let the BIOS select the voltage that is needed to maintain the overclock.

The trick to this type of OC is utilities like CPU-Z will report your clock speeds as being at stock speeds until an application needs additional processing overhead and then the BIOS will speed up the cpu to what is needed to complete the task.

I know with my Sabertooth Z77 and Sandy Bridge cpu this is the preferred method to use for over-clocking. A manual oc is still possible, but then you are running your CPU at max speeds for every task it does with a constant voltage rate applied to the cpu, which shortens its life marginally. Using Turbo Mode allows the OC to scale with the amount of data that needs to be processed so you are using minimum clock speeds and voltage as much as possible.

EDIT: I did a search on Turbo Mode for the Z87 chipset you have and it looks like Turbo Mode isn't the solution for Haswell like it was for Sandy Bridge. I did find this link though.

http://www.overclockers.com/3step-guide-to-overclock-intel-haswell

Quote:
Originally Posted by Recr3ational View Post

You're a star, rep.
Thanks I'll read through it.

Edit: Wow he basically just up the multiplier and voltage. That's it. No LLC or anything.

The problem with haswell over Sandy is because of the thermal issues you can't just leave your voltage at auto, you need to set it manually or as an adaptive voltage. Auto will just keep feeding it volts until it hits its thermal limit. Pushing 4.6ghz on auto voltage can potentially draw as much as 1.8 v.

It's not quite as simple as sandy, just upping your multiplier and voltage, or leaving auto.

Turbo mode enabled from my experience helps with the idle state but can affect the stability of the oc.

Enabling Intel speed step will aid in pushing your clock speed down when idle.
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Double post, stupid phone
Edited by Buttsy - 2/11/14 at 1:46pm
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And the case is disassembled! What a mess, I don't have enough room.

Won't cut the back mesh than. smile.gif

thx guys

I still have to find a solution for my Hdd's frown.gif

From your sig and your pictures, I'm assuming you have two HDDs in a 5.25" bay kit and then an SSD? Are you losing access to your bays? if not I would keep them there and then just mount the SSD with either velcro or a mounting bracket behind the motherboard tray.
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You're a star, rep.
Thanks I'll read through it.

Edit: Wow he basically just up the multiplier and voltage. That's it. No LLC or anything.

I can pm my BIOS settings for up to 4.8 GHz tomorrow if you want to.
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