Folterknecht

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  1. In hindsight I'm happy that I waited with Coffeellake (first wanted to see Z390) and instead switched from 3570K to 3770K. I 'll lean back and wait for new CPUs to be released. The question is when these fixes will be implemented in hardware. Zen+ (spring '18) won't have them I'm pretty sure.
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    AMD (Ry)Zen

    nonsense
  4. Yep - hit's 5GHz stable with 1.35V. ---------------------------------------------
  5. As I understand it, the issue is VM related (one VM having access to an other "independent" VM).
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    [FS - EU/Ger] i5 3570K

    Hi, I'm selling my old i5 3570K which is delidded and lapped (1000 grain). 4.4 GHz @ 1.27V are doable even with a medicore CPU cooler, 4.5 GHz wasn't possible to get really stable with any reasonable voltage (<1.37V - Intel max VCore) which is why I didn't try to push harder. The IMC allows for 2000+ MHz RAM speeds with 4 sticks, though I couldn't find the limit with my RAM/mobo combination which is limited somewhere around 2050 MHz. Undervolting at stock speeds is also possible up to around -0.15V. As you can see from the linked topic above the CPU is running nice and cool even under max speed+load after delidding and lapping, which makes it a good fit for SFF builds, HTPCs or something similar. The LM used was Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut. All speeds and voltages mentioned here worked in connection with my system (Asrock Z77 Professional, 4x 4GB G.Skill 1866MHz DDR3 and Cogar GS 650W). What I can't guarantee is how the CPU behaves in a different system. Price: 80€ (Paypal) + shipping
  7. I just completed the operation yesterday and didn't have the time to test out the chip. Before I delidded it, I was running it @1.26V and 4.7GHz and it seemed stable, though hot as you can see from the first screenshot. That 's why I didn't run extensive stability tests, but the system made a stable impression. Yesterday after delidding and producing the "after" screenshot, I tested 5GHz for around 45min with Prime small FFTs and 1.35V. Just punshed in the numbers and it didn't crash, bluescreen or produced stalled workers in Prime95. But I can't say if it's stable or what voltage it really needs for certain speeds yet. Edit: 5GHz @1.35V resulted in 70°C.
  8. Delidded my 3770K

     

    1. TheMarine0341

      TheMarine0341

      Dear god whatever site you're using to upload to has some of the WORST pop-up adds in the freaking world

    2. Folterknecht

      Folterknecht

      I see no pop-ups ... µBlock Origin

  9. before: thermal "paste" under the IHS : after: ... -30°C
  10. User "LSSAH" ... really???

    1. Private_Miros

      Private_Miros

      There's a report function ;)

      Anyway, thanks for the heads up; I cleansed him.. err... ok, maybe not the best word choice.

    2. Folterknecht

      Folterknecht

      Just now, Private_Miros said:

       I cleansed him.. err... ok, maybe not the best word choice.

      I think it's exactly the right choice of words

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    I still remember watching Calgary '88 in TV as a boy. This guy was the highlight.

    1. Medjed

      Medjed

      Is that the guy that absolutely sucked at ski jumping, yet was everyone's favourite?

    2. Folterknecht

      Folterknecht

      Yep that's him - Eddie the Eagle

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    New PC build ~$1000 budget

    I strongly suggest buying 16GB RAM from the start. With Ryzen and it's memory issues adding aditional RAM down the line may become more than a bit tricky. This
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    New Build

    I heard EPIC won't get updated (Zen+)... if that is the case, Threadripper might also not get it. Zen2 is a different story and still far away at this point. ----- And don't put to much hope into Volta-gaming release anytime soon. Nvidia can milk Maxwell for a long time with AMD flopping Vega.
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    New build

    That's fine as long as it doesn't break "your bank". Tighter timings from the manufacturer guaranties better bining and should result in greater OC headroom. In the pinned how-to-post topic here there is a link to things worth checking with a new monitor. Make a backup of your installation and extract the windows-key. It might be that you need that thing (MS telephon support/activation or similar things). BUt I'm not sure if it will work regardless.
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    WoT Encore results!

    1920X1200 (didn't detect automatically ...) and all sorts of things running in the background got me slightly over 16K @ultra with 3570K @4 GHz, 16GB of RAM and a GTX970. And loading all assets before the benchmark starts (running a Samsung SSD) is really complicated it seems - bench started out at 30-45FPS and than jumped up to 100+. WarGaming ...
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    New Build

    With Ryzen/Threadripper I strongly suggest buying all the RAM you might need from the start. That platform is very sensitive when it comes to RAM. I wouldn't want to be the guy that tries to get different/mixed RAM chips running on Ryzen. Even if you buy the same model and brand later, there is no garantie that there will be the same ICs under the heatspreader -> potential trouble, manufacturers sometimes switch them during production (Samsung -> Hynix ...) The socket TR4 (Threadripper) has a potential problem with the sockets and mounting.If I remember it correctly it's Foxconn sockets that sometimes make problems - LOTES should be fine. If a board uses Foxconn or LOTES you can see on the retention mechanism for the CPU.
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    New Build

    You mean the guy who puts a consumer budget grade Corsair CS or CM PSU into a 150TB storage server? If you would have pointed him to Anandtech, TH, HARDOCP or Techpowerup that would have been fine.
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    New build

    Please open a seperate topic and describe what you are doing (multitasking) with your PC.
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    New build

    In both reviews you can see what a difference decent fans make for AIOs - despite the fact that 4 fans should make more noise than 2 like the competition uses, it stays quiter.
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    New build

    https://www.hardocp.com/article/2016/02/09/arctic_cooling_liquid_freezer_240_aio_cpu_cooler_review/3 http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/arctic-cooling-cpu-liquid-freezer-240-closed-loop,4735-2.html
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    New build

    The claims that big air coolers are on par with 240+mm AIOs is nonsense. They beat single fan 120/140mm AIOs and usually are on the same level or slightly ahead of push/pull 140mm AIOs with a thick rad and good fans. There are several issues with many test results that you 'll find online when it comes to comparing cooling performance. many AIOs come with really poor fans, while on the other hand Noctua or BeQuiet fans are known to be among the best. No testing is conducted with reference fans in most cases. testing with CPUs that are unsuited for performance evaluations of coolers. Everything from Ivybridge to Coffeelake without delidding and proper liquid metal application is "worthless". The 2nd issue with these small Intel CPUs is their relativ small heat output - though dense - doesn't really bring top end coolers be air or AIOs to their limit. AMD CPUs while being soldered to the IHS have always had issues with their temperatur sensors (idle temps under room temp ...) test loads generated by programms that arn't producing stable loads (heat output) mounting pressure, seating and TIM application seems to be an issue now and then open test benches favor air coolers in relation to the usual scenario where AIOs usually function as intake/exhaust in a closed case and the air cooler "sits" in the oven stirring up the warm air and contributing to it.
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    New build

    My AIO is venting out of the top of my case - best position for an AIO. System integrators (SI) love AIOs for that reason! They are easy to ship mounted inside the case without much risk, not like monster air coolers ... . If you want to move with the PC in the future, you 'll have to remove the GPU and at least screw down you HDDs, better remove them completly. Tooless mounting brackets for HDDs arn't suited for that.