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  1. Re: Hey guys, anyone do a neo4 volt mod like this?

    Ok, I did some reading, and now I understand alot more about how the power regulation is handled and what goes into the design. Now I see where you are coming from a little better, too. Of all the...
  2. Re: Hey guys, anyone do a neo4 volt mod like this?

    Ok, this is confusing me a bit. You have to understand that I did horrible in physics II, I'm kinda self taught. So bear with me as I learn ;) :D


    So each mosfet is cycling one to the next,...
  3. Re: Hey guys, anyone do a neo4 volt mod like this?

    Another crapola. Well I can make do I guess. I'm all about "you get what you pay for" but that's going to have to wait until the wife gets outs of school (just 1 year left, yay). Thanks for the...
  4. Re: Hey guys, anyone do a neo4 volt mod like this?

    Crapola, that blows chunks. Do you know offhand of any good DMMs at a decent price? If I'm going to be torturing this board, I think I need something more accurate. Gotta get my tools in order...
  5. Re: Hey guys, anyone do a neo4 volt mod like this?

    Thanks, now we're talkin' :D

    I've got the BK tool kit DMM 0.5% Model # 2703B. It seems to be pretty solid, but I didn't realize until now that it has a +-0.5% accuracy. It seems to do pretty...
  6. Re: Hey guys, anyone do a neo4 volt mod like this?

    I understand that it's within spec and I'm not questioning that, what I'm asking is how do I deliver something better than "spec". When you're going for massive overclocks that are far out of spec,...
  7. Re: X800XT PE Overclocking - What have you got?

    Here ya go:
    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm05=2014012
    8366

    I haven't done the vmem mod yet ;)

    Yeah it's an X850XT PE, but this gives you an idea of what a little volt modding fun...
  8. Hey guys, anyone do a neo4 volt mod like this?

    I'm looking to solidify the vcore so it's not so bouncy under load. The things I am considering are adding an extra inductor or two, adding extra capacitors inline with the stock ones, cooling the...
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    Re: How to remove pelt in MCW-50T?

    If it's broke already, just tear the sucker off :D
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    Re: 9800xt temp monitoring

    If it is a 128MB card, it won't have temp monitoring. It may or may not have the ability to read temps, but it won't be supported (at this time anyways). Right now only 256Mb cards have temp...
  11. Re: Sapphire is now offering 128MB memory 9800 XT's.

    Hell they already make it "unofficially", might as well have one announced :p ;)
  12. Re: Having problems with a Radeon 9800 Pro?

    Have you done anything to the card, like flash an Xt bios?
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    Sticky: Re: water cooled case pics

    Redneck, that is sweet! If I were to build an external case, that's how I would like it. Looks great :)
  14. I bought my...... whitewater from...

    I bought my......
    whitewater from http://www.dtekcustoms.com
    fusionHL from www.bestpcmods.com
    tubing from http://www.dtekcustoms.com
    bayres from http://www.dtekcustoms.com
    pumps from...
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    Yes I do. Watercooling your northbridge isn't...

    Yes I do. Watercooling your northbridge isn't THAT great compared to decent aircooling.
  16. Bleh, I do it for two hours. If it passed two...

    Bleh, I do it for two hours. If it passed two hours, I'm happy with that. Nothing critical is on my gaming rig, so if it errors once a day, I don't really care.
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    It was just the impellor magnet getting balanced...

    It was just the impellor magnet getting balanced in the electromagentic field of the housing. Doesn't happen often, but a good slap will usually kick it in. It's best to leave your computer on 24/7...
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    Here's my gaming rig:...

    Here's my gaming rig:
    http://acid-reflux.game-server.cc/images/desktop_abyss.jpg
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    24 hours is the general testing period. If you...

    24 hours is the general testing period. If you feel absolutely confident (and a bit foolish ;)), then testing is not necessary.
  20. I do it for fun. My watercooled webserver, a...

    I do it for fun. My watercooled webserver, a pentiumII 350MHz certainly doesn't need it, but it was fun to do. It's silent too, where it wasn't before. My gaming rig, well I do it for the...
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    If it aint broke, don't fix it. 35C is fine, so...

    If it aint broke, don't fix it. 35C is fine, so unless your heatsink/fan is loud, I'd say leave it alone.
  22. Hubris you caught me on that one, I didn't think...

    Hubris you caught me on that one, I didn't think about an airtight system (his is laying on it's side, hence airtight...DOH). Good call. Apparently my brain is not in physics mode today :p:bang:
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    Well if you're overclocking, that's a great temp!...

    Well if you're overclocking, that's a great temp! Bet it's loud though ;)

    With my 2100+ at 2450MHz 1.90v on water, I get a load temp of ~43C on a warm day. Idle is from 33-35C. If I had a mild...
  24. The higher the pump is, the less it has to fight...

    The higher the pump is, the less it has to fight gravity, and therefore better flow results. My pump is in the top of my 5.25 bays for this reason. It's not required, but it certainly doesn't hurt....
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    Yeah you're good to go man. I actually put one...

    Yeah you're good to go man. I actually put one together one time with no tests, but I felt confident because I've done alot of aquarium work and was familiar with my equipment.
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