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  1. Sticky: Yep, 24/7 stable at 4.2Ghz at around 1.4V VCore....

    Yep, 24/7 stable at 4.2Ghz at around 1.4V VCore. I'll have to check it again to confirm this though. :up:
  2. Sticky: You won't regret it, trust me! :up:

    You won't regret it, trust me! :up:
  3. Sticky: Yeah, I'm still using the G13 BIOS as I find it...

    Yeah, I'm still using the G13 BIOS as I find it the most stable.

    As for the RAM slots problem, and I know this is not an excuse, but I think the guys over at Foxconn where expecting most people...
  4. Sticky: How much is it pushing the RAM? Also, do you have...

    How much is it pushing the RAM? Also, do you have a fan on the other side of the TRUE and if not can you move the fan to that side?
  5. Sticky: ilsant0, When I get home tomorrow I will...

    ilsant0,

    When I get home tomorrow I will measure from the edge of the socket to the first RAM slot for you unless someone here does it first. :up:
  6. Sticky: Good info, thanks! Saaya should update the list...

    Good info, thanks! Saaya should update the list soon as I know he is busy helping get the BIOS perfect! :clap:
  7. Sticky: That makes sense! :up: All I know is my Swiftech...

    That makes sense! :up: All I know is my Swiftech GTX is keeping my 4.2Ghz i7 920 at 100% load @ 60C so I'm happy with that, especially since I already had the GTX from my 775 build. :)
  8. Sticky: I concur that the Bloodrage is one of the nicest...

    I concur that the Bloodrage is one of the nicest boards ever! I have been loving mine, especially at the 4.2Ghz I have it with temps of 60C at 100% load on my Swiftech GTX! :up:
  9. Sticky: Just wondering but why do you say that it is...

    Just wondering but why do you say that it is better than the EK and GTZ for cooling i7?
  10. Sticky: Should work fine according to Thermalright as it...

    Should work fine according to Thermalright as it is a 1366 backplate. Saaya, can you confirm this?
  11. Sticky: From the pictures I saw on Newegg, the Monsoon's...

    From the pictures I saw on Newegg, the Monsoon's backplate won't fit because it is an X shape and will be blocked by the 1366 socket plate on the back of the mobo, same problem I had with my Swiftech...
  12. Sticky: Ok, thanks Saaya!

    Ok, thanks Saaya!
  13. Sticky: Thanks Saaya! Those pics were actually taken with...

    Thanks Saaya! Those pics were actually taken with my cell phone! :p: I'm not sure what's up with that PCB! I ordered the identical GPU that I had already and the newer models come with a green PCB! I...
  14. Sticky: Sounds good! I know the 1366 backplate is really...

    Sounds good! I know the 1366 backplate is really hard to find right now and sold out almost everywhere in the US. I'm lucky no one here in Japan does a lot of extreme computers! :p:
  15. Sticky: Yeah, especially when the right backplate can be...

    Yeah, especially when the right backplate can be bought from for $10
  16. Sticky: Saaya, If you go to the Swiftech website and...

    Saaya,

    If you go to the Swiftech website and click the Liquid Cooling item, scroll all the way to the bottom and you will see discontinued products, it is under there. The reason it was...
  17. Sticky: Saaya, also, the Swiftech GT, GTX, and GTZ will...

    Saaya, also, the Swiftech GT, GTX, and GTZ will not work without the 1366 backplate and bracket.
  18. Sticky: Yep, there was a GTX. The GTX was the model after...

    Yep, there was a GTX. The GTX was the model after the GT and before the GTZ. The difference between the 775 backplate and the 1366 backplate is the hole in the middle. As you know, the 1366 socket...
  19. Sticky: Saaya, Swiftech Apogee GTX fits with GTZ 1366...

    Saaya,

    Swiftech Apogee GTX fits with GTZ 1366 mounting plate and backplate!
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