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  1. cadaveca

    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    you know that the wire coming out from pump gives pump speed, not fan speed, right?

    IF it didn't stay @ 2100 RPM, i'd be worried. Mine sits @ 2093!!!
     
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    well and i could only get the pump to work with one fan at the time and no matter what profile i choose it kept running full speed soo noisy ~.~
     
  3. cadaveca

    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    If that is the case, then turn on system, hold button on pump for like 10 seconds, then shut down(entering BIOS only is fine).


    That should "reset" the firmware.

     
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    that didn't work, tired it with Komplett.dk's support on the phone, so i got told just to rma it, and he heard all the noise through the phone.
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    try that above, if that doesn't work, then yeah...RMA.

    I have 3 of these coolers in use right now, no problems. Too bad ya got a funky one.
     
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    My successfully De-Lidded i5-3570k born again getting ready to come alive before first de-lid boot.

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    Very nice, i will do the same in a couple of weeks with this CPU
     
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    what exactly is the reason to de-lid the CPU? Does it provide better cooling ?
     
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    from my pov it should, bcs u r placing ur cooler directly on the core not, on a metal plate or what they make it out of, with room between the core and plate, but if that's only a roomer i dunno, bcs both AMD and Nvidia do it when it comes to GFX now a days ^^
     
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    Especially for Ivy Bridge CPU's, it helps a lot. Traditionally Intel uses fluxless solder to fuse the lid to the core, which gives good heat transfer. Ivy Bridge CPU's (for whatever reason) use TIM under the lid, making heat transfer much less efficient. De-lidding can take that disadvantage out of the equation, but voids your warranty, and exposes a very fragile core that you can crack extremely easily by mounting a heatsink or waterblock hastily.

    TL;DR: Because it looks sexy as f*ck.
     
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    that's a nice looking non in your face case TC
     
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    yep simple but clean
     
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    I love that look, ^ vying for that atm with my design.
     
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    New Memory

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    what is that your eating for lunch? it looks fucking amazing... holy shit... :( wish i had more then fast food where i live
     
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    Homemade meatball sandwich. It taste better than it looks
     
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    I hope you choke on it :roll:

    @ Phusius fastfood is gross well the places that use processed food are....
     
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    jester can i move in with you? teach me this art... it looks amazing... mmmm meatball
     
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    i had my pc partially apart today, to get my Corsair H100 into my case and yeah sry for the top light but the sun was shining in through the only window i haven't block ~.~

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    and my Asus Xonar Essence STX in the top left corner ^^;
     

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    Dommies 2800 C11

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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    I figured since everyone else had a set, and I am waiting for the rest of the parts to arrive, I thought I better get my hands on a kit if these sticks!!!

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