Please Help Q6600 And Big Water 735
It is their smallest system after all. Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. PLEASE HELP COOLANT LEAK Ever walk into a place you know you don't belong? :eh?: how much rad is to much rad? Is this worth it?
If that works you're on the safe side. I can go much higher and get to the desktop and use the computer, but the prime 95 tests fail quickly. As much as I would like to have fewer frozen tracks, I'm not recording live bands so I'm not multi-track intensive. Inicia sesión para añadir este vídeo a una lista de reproducción. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/please-help-q6600-and-big-water-735.711422/
Cargando... The time now is 12:00 AM. The round pump was designed for the BigWater 760i.
First WC. another question :) if distilled water leaked onto motherboared Got everything i need? Overclockers Forums > Hardware > Cooling > Water Cooling PDA View Full Version : Water Cooling Pages : 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 If you can pass Prime95, you should be 99.99% good to go for day to day use.
If I have less RAM in the slots it is more tolerant. you shouldn't have asked the question in the first place. cools a Q6600 to about 3.4ghz, any higher and it overloads the rad. Ordering WC tomarro!!
It overclocks the RAM to 830 but it seems stable. Some general and specific questions Making a res have a question. second of all, $80 for a Tt 735 is a complete rip off. Take any ones results with a grain of salt cause you may not do as well, you may do better, it is all luck of the draw that you got components
I have a bigger pump to try that blows the stock one out of the water(ho ho). HiTechLegion 95.167 visualizaciones 9:37 (HD) Koolance ERM-3K4U5 Liquid cooling System - Duración: 5:27. Are you all just so ignorant that if it dosent cost hell much money it aint good? No, create an account now.
The reason for all the drives is to spread out the sample throughput and 1 drive is dedicated to recording. In a sense you go from point a to point b. My board has the P35 chipset which handles high fsb and high clocked quad cores very well. The D975XBX2 is an older chipset by far when compared to what is out now.
- I've plenty of power for now, can't wait for some fixes on that UAD2!
- Are you all just so ignorant that if it dosent cost hell much money it aint good?
- It is cooling the cpu with great performance and the fan is at lowest rpm.
- I had it in their before but took it out when I wasn't doing the overclock thing (quieter).
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anyone use XSPC Passive 250mm Reservoir Need help. The other parts are a heater core out of a 3/4 ton 4x4 pickup and a three bay res built by CyberDruid. (sorry for the thread jack) I'll be testing the Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply With Quote 30th March 2009 #4 Cantankerous Practically a UAD Expert Join Date Aug 2008 Posts 1,290 Re: Overclocking a Q6600 Donate to Xtreme Systems!
Asus P6T, I7-920, 6gb ocz xmp, 4890, Raid 0-1 Terabyte, full watercooled - Triple Loop 5 radiators Reply With Quote 07-28-2008,09:33 PM #58 SNiiPE_DoGG View Profile View Forum Posts Engineering The Amira69 replied Feb 22, 2017 at 2:52 AM Search function very slow/not... I am using an aftermarket water cooled unit from Thermaltake. (big water 735) The system doesn't seem to be enough though for heavy heat dissipation. Anyway this thing for 80$ is a steal.