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    Media PC/Server Project

    Hey guys!

    I have recently ripped and ported most of my blue-ray discs and would like to move the files to a raid array, which would be connected to my Media PC.
    Later on I might turn it into a...
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    Re: Re-using Motherboard Waterblocks

    If that's your listed RAM, we are talking about a mere 140MHZ overclock.:p
    Must have been quite expensive, though.

    If you'll really go for X99, don't be one of those guys, who only populate 4...
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    Re: Re-using Motherboard Waterblocks

    Sounds good!:)

    Since you are going to have to buy the 6 core for review purposes anyway, I can understand.
    As a college student I have developed an obsession with price/performance...
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    Re: Re-using Motherboard Waterblocks

    Cool:)
    But I would imagine, that pureoverclock is renowned enough to request a review sample directly from the manufacturer, don't you think?

    Judging from your prior CPU history, the immediate...
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    Re: Re-using Motherboard Waterblocks

    Apparently, I have been gone too long.:roll:

    You are right, the lowest end chip now poses as a 6 core as well.
    They have probably realized the utter level of redundancy regarding a crippled Quad...
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    Re: Re-using Motherboard Waterblocks

    Devilīs Canyon features a new polymer thermal interface, which is supposed to provide better heat conductivity.
    http://www.extremetech.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/DevilsCanyon.png

    The 4790K...
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    Re: Re-using Motherboard Waterblocks

    I believe, that the Devilīs Canyon chips, especially considering the K series CPUs, also carry this feature in regards to the soldering of the IHS.
    Since so many people de-lidded their Haswell...
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    Re: Re-using Motherboard Waterblocks

    Lol.:roll:
    The distribution of power has apparently changed around here.
    Deton would thus have to be the site owner at this point.B)
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    Re: Re-using Motherboard Waterblocks

    Have all of you guys become SuperMods now?:huh:
    Goodness.:)

    You should only decide for X99 if you really needed the features.
    The only benefit of DDR4 is going to be higher native frequency...
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    Re: Re-using Motherboard Waterblocks

    Drilling new holes is probably not recommended either.
    I will just wait and see.

    As in terms of the VII Formula, there is indeed some copper in there, however the block casing/shell is still...
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    Re: Re-using Motherboard Waterblocks

    Hi Solara, how have you been?
    SuperMod already, that was fast.:afro:

    Unfortunately, such as with the current Formulaīs predecessors, the built in watercooling solution contains aluminum.
    While...
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    Re-using Motherboard Waterblocks

    Hey guys!

    I intend to upgrade coming October and would like to purchase and watercool a Z97 Motherboard at that time.
    Currently, I have the old Mosfet/Chipset EK waterblocks of my Z77 Maximus V...
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    Re: 7970 GHZ need some help turning red:)

    Are you sure?
    It's not a GHZ Edition, by the looks of the Clocks.

    Appearently nobody knows wheter GHZ Editions are binned or not, so I will call AMD's reference establishment in Germany tomorrow....
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    Re: 7970 GHZ need some help turning red:)

    I researched a little and the word "binning" is frequently used with the GHZ Edition.
    Yet it is never directly stated, if that binning pricess exceeds the out of the box clocks of 1050/1500.

    Not...
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    Re: 7970 GHZ need some help turning red:)

    Yeah, but I need to know if the GHZ Editions are binned.
    If so, there are two GHZ Edition Models (XFX and HIS) which feature a Reference PCB as stated by the EKWB Cooling Configurator.
    Also the...
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    Re: 7970 GHZ need some help turning red:)

    Thanks for the input guys, but I really dislike DualGPUs for an abundance of reasons, hence the 690 is not an option.
    Titan is really just a Server Class board and doesnīt hold a very good...
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    Re: 7970 GHZ need some help turning red:)

    Since I am watercooling anyway I was thinking of just grabbing a normal 7970.
    But I am concerned that the 7970GHZ Edition might be binned superior to the Ref 7970s?

    Have you guys got any...
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    Re: 7970 GHZ need some help turning red:)

    Yeah they are alright cards, I am just wondering if the couple more phases will really make a difference compared to the GHZ Edition with my target overclock of 1.3GHZ.

    Personally I have made the...
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    7970 GHZ need some help turning red:)

    Hey guys, hope you are all doing good!


    After giving the whole matter a tremendous amount of thought I have decided to sell my 680 Lightning + Block and get a cheaper and slightly more performant...
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    Death I donīt want any review results, I would like you guys to post your Memory scores.

    I am for example very interested in how your 32GB sticks perform, but also Solara has nice RAM:)

    Would...
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    I think I know why you canīt provide AIDA scores, could it be that you are just using MaxMem for RAM speed scores?
    Doesnīt matter just give me some of your scores, cause I wanna know if I can hold...
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    Did you miss the screen with the AIDA Benchmark?
    I will provide a Cinebench run as soon as I got 100% stable 5GHZ, it turned out that 1.35V werenīt fully stable for the first two chips.

    The...
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    Do any of you even use AIDA for RAM Speed testing or Mem86?
    Cause I canīt really find sores to compare to on the net.
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    Provide me with some of your AIDA scores so that I can compare:)
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    That is actually the second benefit of low profile Voltage Memory within Intel Spec of 1.5 - 1.56V aside from protecting your IMC in a long term view.

    Because if you get a high frequency kit of...
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