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johnnyfiive - 3930k build - video

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    Nice video man! But you gotta change those noctua fans! :roll:

    And a nice overclock on that cpu, you could go higher!
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    I'm pleased with the fans, barely can hear them despite there being 4 Noctua fans at full blast. What can I say, I love brown and mauve.. :D.
    I've been using their heatsinks and fans for a good 4+ years now, I love Noctuas products.

    As for the overclock, oh, it DEFINITELY goes higher. But.. I want to keep this for a good 3-4 years, staying under 1.4v was my main goal.
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    Gey!!.. LOL...Just kidding man.

    Nice setup and video.
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    mo mo mo monster build!
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    The music was Firefly-esque. Nice video, nice build. :)
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    sweet vcore with this clock, can you tell what MB is this and maybe post other units voltage?
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    theonedub habe fidem

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    I like how you had to set the user who commented on your CPU temp straight :laugh:
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    ^ Yeah, he really had no clue what he was talking about. :)
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Talk about a nice way to show off a rig! :rockout:
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    May i just ask what monitor is that in your video ?
    A samsung
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    no disassemble!
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    Motherboard is a ASRock Fatal1ty Professional. Other voltages that were adjust were just the PLL. I put it to about 1.83v but found later it was happy being left at stock (1.8v).

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