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post #1181 of 9900
would a pick of my mobo without a validation do to join the club...I wont sully this mobo by putting something other than BD in it!!!....


(it is worth a try at least .... still have a couple more items with a BD and couple of 7950s to complete THIS build)
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post #1182 of 9900
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4GHZ Stock / 4.5GHZ turbo!? I'm totally clocking that to 5GHZ and beyond
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post #1184 of 9900
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Originally Posted by soth7676 View Post
would a pick of my mobo without a validation do to join the club...I wont sully this mobo by putting something other than BD in it!!!....

(it is worth a try at least .... still have a couple more items with a BD and couple of 7950s to complete THIS build)
Yes, that's fine. We have a few people that are choosing to wait for BD. You need to submit a photo of your mobo with a paper that clearly shows your OCN username. I'll add you after that.
post #1185 of 9900
For those that are interested, I bumped into this post that says a full water block for our board is two weeks out. I might bite, my mobo doesn't go beyond the low 40's with fans at a silent rpm though, definetly not a priority. On the other hand the temps showing on HW monitor are not really spelled out. CPU Core Temp and Socket temp is labeled clear enough, but are the other TMP0s the NB and SB/Mobo temps? Asus Suite does not show these temps, neither does the Bios Screen, but HW monitor is displaying something or other......
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post #1186 of 9900
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What do your temps look like under load? Just curious.
Under load my cpu gets about 53-55c I saw it spike once on prime to 56c but went back down to the 53-55c range. Im using a zaleman cnps10x extreme for my cpu it does ok but I need a better cooler Tempted to think about water cooling, Im pretty sure It will be easy with my case, have the haf 932
Edited by ussoldier_1984 - 7/24/11 at 7:29am
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post #1187 of 9900
Hi guys I'm new, sorry for my bad english.....I have to assemble an computer, but I saw that Crosshair Formula V supports 32nm Chipset.....I want mount AMD Phenom II x6 1100T....Being 45nm is compatible?
post #1188 of 9900
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Hi guys I'm new, sorry for my bad english.....I have to assemble an computer, but I saw that Crosshair Formula V supports 32nm Chipset.....I want mount AMD Phenom II x6 1100T....Being 45nm is compatible?
yes, a 1100T is compatible with a Crosshair V.
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post #1189 of 9900
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I need a better cooler Tempted to think about water cooling
Before you go to all the trouble of watercooling, and possibly electrocute yourself in the process , check out the Noctua NH-D14. Some of the guys on OCN know that I'm a little nutty in the sense that I read just about every review (only the negative ones) before I buy anything.

The Noctua, and no, I do not own stock in the company, performs better than many water cooling units, even the more extravagant ones. (I have a Corsair H50 lying in the back room for that reason.) Perhaps the biggest "selling point" of the Noctua (recommended to me on another OCN thread) is its ease of installation. I cannot emphasize just how stupidly easy it is to install (so easy, not even I had any problems!)

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...octua%20NH-D14

(Under the table suggestion: Shop around, but always buy at Amazon - no tax and free shipping; and always faster than their anticipated delivery times.)

Aside from the reviews, I can from personal use highly recommend the Noctua. So much so that I bought another - and I have major tonnage of similar units also lying in the back room - cause there were too damned many headaches with them and they did nothing of what they promised.

Only one caveat: It's almost as large as a minivan, so you had better have a case to accommodate it. I buy only the Cooler Master HAF 932 (2 of them so far). If you ever, God forbid, become homeless, rest easy. You can sleep in the HAF 932.
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post #1190 of 9900
this are my settings tweeky.

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