Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by i9000gt, Mar 14, 2013.
ncie one, thanks
the backplate only fits in bent is that gonna be an issue?, plus i have to force it down cuz the little metal bits get in the way of the backplate on one side. :-/ the backplate say 1156 when my cpu is lga1155. :-/ anyone know if it'll be okay?
I am pretty sure that the 1156 backing is for the 1155 as well. As for it being a bit crooked it should not mater as long as it fastened well and as long as the heatsync of the 110 also connects to the front as it should.
Thanks for the reassurance mate
You may want to relook at this though.
but how do you tell to the masses that their 1155 bracket can be used for the new socket 1150 ?
I've checked all the holes they only align with the backplate bent. I was studying every way possible yesterday night Lol.
You do see in the picture of that back plate that it indeed has several mounting hole pattern? Well that is the answer. I have seen back plate schemes do this for multiple fits in one back plate.
His kit comes with two back plates and they
fit Intel LGA 1155 / 1156 / 1366 / 2011
AMD AM2 / AM3 / FM1 / FM2
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thanks guys ive managed to put everything together, ran auto overclock extreme setting and its picked the cpu upto 4738mhz.
seems a bit high, do u reckon its safe to leave it at this setting???????
current cpu temp is 32c on idle.
i7 3770k @ 4738mhz corsair h110 dual watercooler
what's the max temps under load?
Doesn't that case you are using have cable routing? I believe so as it looks like I see cable routing cut outs in-between mobo and front of the case. Why didn't you use them?
I havnt tested under load yet, how would I test it using prime? whats an ideal temp under full load?
and the cable job doesn't look as bad in real life its the best I can do lol.
thanks...thing runs beautifully compared to my q6600
You will need to install an app that will read the temps while under load. An app such as RealTemp will work. http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/2089/.html
Use Prime95 to get the CPU under load. Let me know what you get.
K thanks mate!!!
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