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Chilli-Man

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  1. Amazing card and mods, thanks heaps for your generosity!
  2. I may have a Q822A435, let me check through my drawer of CPUs haha
  3. Originally people avoided it as they lost clocks. But it's been tried again more recently with the latest techniques and knowledge re cracking with some success.
  4. It's a cpu-z bug, the multi isn't really changing it'll still be the same as what you booted in at.
  5. I haven't had much of a play yet, but mine hit coldbug at -60
  6. But with both slow GPUs and the particular benches chosen, CPU shouldn't matter. Which was the whole idea. And now if CPU is freq limited as well, what's the point of restricting cores/HEDT?
  7. Agreed, and I really hope to be allowed to compete in several as we originally were.
  8. When did this change? It was discussed many times previously in and out of this thread and we were always told 1151v1 and 1151v2 were separate sockets?
  9. But they're two different sockets? 1151v1 and 1151v2?
  10. Yep, seems if you've already voted you can't go back and vote for the added benches. I'd like to vote for both 06 and 32B as well
  11. Yes, from skylake onwards it's almost mandatory to delid when going cold. Definitely want to reuse the IHS (can leave floating) unless you've got a specially modified pot for bare die.
  12. hey, I have an Asus R9 390X DCUII that I'm prepping to take cold. I'd like to use the hotwire points for voltage control, but I've been unable to find any mod guides. There's a couple pads right next to the points, so that seems obvious, but after looking at other guides there's also usually a resistor or two that needs to be removed? Any volt, bios, or other mods or tips would be appreciated Thanks
  13. nice result mate. yeah it's a CPUz and X58 bug, the multi doesn't actually change.
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