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Old 19-06-12, 07:47 PM
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Swapped out the 2600K with the 3770K @ 4.8ghz, added maybe another 5000PPD, (Except the wifes brother is back from college and staying with us, and gaming on it all day) I wanted to hit 100,000PPD a few more times this last month but WU's aren't cooperating.

I'm 90% sure I can get this 3770K at 5Ghz stable. I popped the IHS off and doing direct die contact with the water block but the die is convex. Depending on block placement I get 2 or 3 cores at 72C full load, and 2 or 1 at 82C, re-positioning the block and the results switch vice versa. This is with LinX linpack, folding doesn't push the temps on any core past 68C so I'm content with leaving it. I debate lapping the core, I did numerous A64's but those dies were larger and more square, this Ivy Bridge is very rectangle and small. It's harder to keep and even pressure.

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Old 21-06-12, 09:17 AM
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Swapped out the 2600K with the 3770K @ 4.8ghz, added maybe another 5000PPD, (Except the wifes brother is back from college and staying with us, and gaming on it all day) I wanted to hit 100,000PPD a few more times this last month but WU's aren't cooperating.

I'm 90% sure I can get this 3770K at 5Ghz stable. I popped the IHS off and doing direct die contact with the water block but the die is convex. Depending on block placement I get 2 or 3 cores at 72C full load, and 2 or 1 at 82C, re-positioning the block and the results switch vice versa. This is with LinX linpack, folding doesn't push the temps on any core past 68C so I'm content with leaving it. I debate lapping the core, I did numerous A64's but those dies were larger and more square, this Ivy Bridge is very rectangle and small. It's harder to keep and even pressure.
4.8Ghz and working is better than lapped and dead.
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Old 21-06-12, 04:59 PM
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Haha so very true! It's a good 12C cooler then with the IHS on, so probably will stop while ahead. I've done so many die, it's actually hard to kill them if you use the right process. Kind of relaxing work actually, listen to some music, and lap for an hour or two, come back later and do it some more, it's a slow process. The problem here actually is that extreme rectangle shape, you can't help rounding the very edge when you lap but doing it poorly and you end up with worse temps then had you just left it alone.

This thing is flying through the work units though.
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Old 26-06-12, 03:30 PM
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I just reached the top 100 of the team!
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Old 27-06-12, 10:01 AM
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Old 27-06-12, 10:33 AM
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Congratulations for top 100 Xovius
i still got a long way to go to reach top 100
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Old 28-06-12, 06:23 PM
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Are you trying to catch me?

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Should be at the million in a couple of weeks
When I catch you however depends on how fast you run
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My 3930k is up and running.Installed ubuntu linux client and got a 6901 to start with.
TPF at 15m13s ,100k ppd calculated with Fah bonuspoint calculator
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My 3930k is up and running.Installed ubuntu linux client and got a 6901 to start with.
TPF at 15m13s ,100k ppd calculated with Fah bonuspoint calculator
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