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Overclocked to 4Ghz/1.425v
26C at idle, 39C full load. Room temp is 18C
1,425v !?!?!?!? wheee.gif
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Intel Core i5 4690K Asus Z97-A Sapphire Radeon R9 290 Tri-X Corsair Vengance LP 8GB 
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Samsung 840 EVO Basic 120GB Western Digital Blue 1TB Western Digital Green 4TB Noctua NH-D15 
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Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit Dell UltraSharp U2311H Corsair Gaming K70 RGB MX Red EVGA SuperNOVA G2 750W 
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Fractal Design Define R4 QPAD 5K Steelseries QcK+ Logitech Z623 
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Fractal Design Define R4 QPAD 5K Steelseries QcK+ Logitech Z623 
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post #12172 of 16063
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Originally Posted by Wezzor View Post

1,425v !?!?!?!? wheee.gif
That's not actually that high, especially for a 45nm AMD chip. I've run my A8-3870k @ 3.5GHz 1.5v for the entire time I had it. Still works great.
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R7 1700 ASRock X370 Taichi Zotac GTX 780 Ti OC @ 1250/1950MHz 1.212V G.SKILL Trident Z Black/White 2X8GB DDR4-3200 C... 
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Corsair Force LS 120GB WD Blue 1TB Phobya UC-2 LT XSPC Razor GTX 780 Ti Waterblock w/ Backplate 
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Darkside LP 360mm Radiator Alphacool ST30 240mm Radiator Darkside D5 Vario @ 12V Setting 5 Bitspower Z-Multi 150 Red Reservoir  
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Darkside (TFC) 3/8 ID X 5/8 OD Red UV tubing TFC Black straight barb fittings Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit LG 25UM57-P 
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Thermaltake Challenger  EVGA 1300 G2 Fractal Design Arc XL Evga Torq X3 
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1150: i7 4770K & G3258 939 & 754: Many Athlon's, Opteron's & Sempron's  775/771: Many C2's, Pentiums, Celerons & Xeons 1366: i7 920 D0 and many 4c & 6c Xeon's 
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500GB WD Caviar Blue  Bartx DICE/LN2 CPU Pot Sub-zero A/C waterchiller (-26C) CM Hyper 212+ (Troubleshooting) 
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Corsair Force LS 120GB WD Blue 1TB Phobya UC-2 LT XSPC Razor GTX 780 Ti Waterblock w/ Backplate 
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Darkside LP 360mm Radiator Alphacool ST30 240mm Radiator Darkside D5 Vario @ 12V Setting 5 Bitspower Z-Multi 150 Red Reservoir  
CoolingCoolingOSMonitor
Darkside (TFC) 3/8 ID X 5/8 OD Red UV tubing TFC Black straight barb fittings Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit LG 25UM57-P 
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Thermaltake Challenger  EVGA 1300 G2 Fractal Design Arc XL Evga Torq X3 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
A bunch more Slot 1, S370 & S462/A CPU's. Z87 OC Formula. Plus 30 or so other mobo's. Waaaay too many to list... A table full of SDR, DDR1, DDR2 & DDR3 
Hard DriveCoolingCoolingCooling
500GB WD Caviar Blue  Bartx DICE/LN2 CPU Pot Sub-zero A/C waterchiller (-26C) CM Hyper 212+ (Troubleshooting) 
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I've ran it at 1.55v before on the other MB but cooling was wasn't working on air. With the h110 I am hoping to be able to clock higher.
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140mm case fan x2 Windows 7 Insignia LG L1932TQ 
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post #12174 of 16063
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Originally Posted by schmotty View Post

I've ran it at 1.55v before on the other MB but cooling was wasn't working on air. With the h110 I am hoping to be able to clock higher.
Ohh. I'm so used to people having Intel CPUs my bad. doh.gif
When I saw you type 1,425v I was jesus the guy is frying his CPU without even checking what hardware you had. biggrin.gif
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OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit Dell UltraSharp U2311H Corsair Gaming K70 RGB MX Red EVGA SuperNOVA G2 750W 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Fractal Design Define R4 QPAD 5K Steelseries QcK+ Logitech Z623 
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Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit Dell UltraSharp U2311H Corsair Gaming K70 RGB MX Red EVGA SuperNOVA G2 750W 
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Fractal Design Define R4 QPAD 5K Steelseries QcK+ Logitech Z623 
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post #12175 of 16063
Got myself R5. Would it be of any benefit to put 360mm AIO radiator in the front, instead of 280mm? I take it that the front rad is set up as intake? Since in the front there's only space for 2 fans of 140mm, can there be any benefit of using 360mm? I guess in this scenario, two fans would be intake and cool down the radiator, and another fan would simply cool down the radiator with the air inside the case? Does this make any sense?
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Here is my Define R4 Titanium Grey, changed blue power led to white. Also have both solid and windowed side panels. Noctua color scheme kind of "stand out" from the rest of the system biggrin.gif


Edited by Leader - 1/19/15 at 5:41am
post #12177 of 16063
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Here is my Define R4 Titanium Grey, changed blue power led to white. Also have both solid and windowed side panels. Noctua color scheme kind of "stand out" from the rest of the system biggrin.gif

Nice setup, man. Looking good. The noctua's do make it standout a bit. The color scheme is totally noticeable, wish the noctua's were a different color. Odd color that they chose for it.
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post #12178 of 16063
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Nice setup, man. Looking good. The noctua's do make it standout a bit. The color scheme is totally noticeable, wish the noctua's were a different color. Odd color that they chose for it.

Werd. They totally ruin the rest of my black and white theme: http://www.overclock.net/t/838683/fractal-design-case-club/12040_70#post_23364517
post #12179 of 16063
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Originally Posted by Leader View Post

Here is my Define R4 Titanium Grey, changed blue power led to white. Also have both solid and windowed side panels. Noctua color scheme kind of "stand out" from the rest of the system biggrin.gif

That color... would make one consider their Redux series or other brands tongue.gif

You can remove the plastic thingy from drive cages. Though you don't need a drive cage at all for 2 SSDs and one HDD if you ask me wink.gif
post #12180 of 16063
Okay I threw out idea of having 2x200mm fans in front of R4. I found way to make this happen without modding case front: I will use powerful but small niobium magnets: I'll use M4 screws secured in fan frame. There will be o-ring for dampening if there isn't rubber bads already. I have to just find easy way for filtering the intake air now. I don't fancy an idea having a whole cat in my case.
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