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CPU cooling H70.. Thats the corsair one right?
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CPU cooling H70.. Thats the corsair one right?
Yessir, the H50 and H70 are both of corsairs self contained cooling units.

Torture rack pics coming up here in a bit!
Edited by sockpirate - 3/23/11 at 12:08pm
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A lot of new stuff will be added in the next 2 weeks. My D14 comes in tomorrow, gonna see how it compares to the H70. Fully sleeved PSU will be in the following week! Pretty stoked to tame the mess of PSU cables i had snaking around everywhere.
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D14 installed uploading pics now!
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NICE! I really want this motherboard too towards a future build down the road. Not now though. Also i really don't recommend having your mobo opened and sitting on a table like that. I am picky sorry. I would rather have seen it sitting on a piece of cardboard or your motherboard box. Just safer but it worked out well!

Can you explain me a bit more what you mean by Internal PLL Over-Voltage-Disabled , no more cold boot problems?

What exactly did you do and what caused the problem? You were overclocking right? What are temps on this motherboard since it's designed to prevent heat. I'm curious!

Sucks you had to return it. You shouldn't have gave up. There is a way to have a stable clock. You know there is a sabertooth forum in ocn?

You can find sabertooth helpful here.. http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...-club-tuf.html

Hope it'll help you in the future next time!
Edited by 78@pwnt4lif3 - 4/4/11 at 9:21pm
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NICE! I really want this motherboard too towards a future build down the road. Not now though. Also i really don't recommend having your mobo opened and sitting on a table like that. I am picky sorry. I would rather have seen it sitting on a piece of cardboard or your motherboard box. Just safer but it worked out well!

Can you explain me a bit more what you mean by Internal PLL Over-Voltage-Disabled , no more cold boot problems?

What exactly did you do and what caused the problem? You were overclocking right? What are temps on this motherboard since it's designed to prevent heat. I'm curious!

Sucks you had to return it. You shouldn't have gave up. There is a way to have a stable clock. You know there is a sabertooth forum in ocn?

You can find sabertooth helpful here.. http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...-club-tuf.html

Hope it'll help you in the future next time!
Yeah i usually have a rubber place mat but i was tired, things turned out fine didn't damage anything, been doing this for a while ha ha.

As for the Inter PLL Overvoltage many people with the ASUS boards and the GB boards have had problems with rolling reboot cycles that don't post, this happens for a few times then you finally get into windows or BIOS.This mostly happening when you have had your PC turned off for a few hours/days and upon startup (cold boot) this happens. It is usually because PLL Overvoltage is enabled , which is a setting that is only needed for 4.8 +OCs and almost exclusively for 5.0+ OCs .

Disabling this setting eliminates the problem for sub 4.8 overclocks,a although it may vary from board to board, i have had many people have the same problem with ASUS boards and GB boards and disabling this setting has saved the day.

As for returning the UD7 , i was not gonna deal with the BIOS problems anymore , people still face a lot of problems with the UD7 with B3. For some reason it doesnt like to save your BIOS settings, i had the board for about 3 months and i hate it ha ha will never go GB again.

As for the sabertooth thread, i post there quite often and there is several links to this thread
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Thanks everyone! Cant wait to get my PSU back fully sleeved it will look so much better inside there!
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Did a little pic update , nothing too special but my 3 sleeved sata cables came in today from NZXT. Already starting to look cleaner, will have pics of my fully sleeved PSU next week, if you guys are lazy like me and don't wanna sleeve your own crap , hit up RideZiLightning he offers an extremely affordable sleeving service !
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