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    looks like a good idea,my board is coming with a q6600
    4 cores x 4 sticks of ram
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    looks stout. will do this next week for sure. And you said put 40mm , what just punch some bolts through the fins? I had servo tape holding one on the NB for about a week but it came loose

    right now i have a 120 side duck blowing near the NB. the PWM has a asus pwm cooler just stuck on it ..ill keep that in mind if i do this mod.

    and yeah SB is a no go with a 8800 on this board, unless you could find some ultra low profile HSF set up

    my order shipped on q6600 from nciux

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    i went ground shipping, so its just a waiting game now
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    the 'GO's' are doing very well with low vcore....exciting times are ahead!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TV Addict#2 View Post
    looks like a good idea,my board is coming with a q6600
    4 cores x 4 sticks of ram
    all my parts were bought at home depot, out of the speciatly draws that they have in the nuts, bolts and screws isle.
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    one question u said

    you used a brass washer. was that above the grommet? on the backside, or on top end of the bolt under the nut.
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    Quote Originally Posted by strange|ife View Post
    one question u said

    you used a brass washer. was that above the grommet? on the backside, or on top end of the bolt under the nut.

    under the nut...

    you can use a galvanized washer...i just thought it look prittty!...BUT, if you do use a galvanized washer the bolt will need to be longer than 1/2" if you use that galvanized washer with the rubber washer fused to it.
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    I'll be selecting out of an Ace Hardware store here,they have a nice 40' long isle full of fasteners parts
    ncixus.com got my bussiness too
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    even better!
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    Quote Originally Posted by strange|ife View Post
    you said put 40mm , what just punch some bolts through the fins? I had servo tape holding one on the NB for about a week but it came loose

    and yeah SB is a no go with a 8800 on this board, unless you could find some ultra low profile HSF set up
    here is how i put the fans in...i used 2 plastic ties to anchor the fan over the mosfet area....you can see the white ties, trimmed, adjacent to the heat sink fins.
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    has the bios been updated yet for 1T? Thats the only thing holding me back from getting one.
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    YES..1T is available...NOW...whether or not it helps or improves things is conjecture!...it might be dependent on getting ram that allows for 1T operation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ace-a-Rue View Post
    here is how i put the fans in...i used 2 plastic ties to anchor the fan over the mosfet area....you can see the white ties, trimmed, adjacent to the heat sink fins.

    lol very nice man

    DUH! why didnt i think of that

    servo tape works ok for like a week heh

    i picked up up the nuts and bolts at homedepot before they closed. I was unable to find the #6 washer/grommet, they only had #8. I was able to test thread it though, it was snug around the bolt, i opted for slightly longer 4-40 screws to compenstate for slightly larger washer.

    and got brass aswell..anyway!
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    there you GO!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ace-a-Rue View Post
    YES..1T is available...NOW...whether or not it helps or improves things is conjecture!...it might be dependent on getting ram that allows for 1T operation.

    think these will do good?
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820148069
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    vdroopmods? anybody did it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by logigamer View Post
    vdroopmods? anybody did it?
    Can someone please post how much Vdroop using an overclocked quad
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    for the 40mm on mine I had a blueice(I think it is), that I'm not using. The bit that clips the fan onto the blueice heatsink is flexible enough to hold the fan onto the ip35 mosfet heatsink.

    the 80mm fan over my nb I was pretty happy about. It fits on to the ends of my apogee gt bolts exactly.

    Re Vdroop. Seems to vary. I've now switched motherboards for another IP35 pro. Next door to where I bought it they had a Q6600 GO for sale, which I couldn't resist. Vdroop at the mo is about -.03-4. Maybe that will change with higher volts.

    On the qx6700 with the previous motherboard I was getting - .07-8.

    As someone else said here you just figure that in
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ace-a-Rue View Post
    here is how i put the fans in...i used 2 plastic ties to anchor the fan over the mosfet area....you can see the white ties, trimmed, adjacent to the heat sink fins.
    nice solution there overall, i'm interested how much your pwm temp drops with that tiny fan
    Quote Originally Posted by alpha0ne View Post
    Can someone please post how much Vdroop using an overclocked quad
    When High FSB Priming (6X493):
    Set in Bios 1,39
    Uguru reports at idle 1,37
    Uguru reports at full load 1,30

    so agreed with RLM about .06 -.07
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    so i understand that there is no vdroopmod
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    Does anyone tried to use a Q6600 G0 on a IP35 (not Pro) ? If yes, what is the results so far because I'm tempted by this board to unleash mine because the Bad Axe 2 is limiting me to 3.5 Ghz and less

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    wow i didnt realize i was going to have to worry about the heatpipe falling off with this board....guess i skipped over those posts.

    At least i know how to fix it now though. thanks Ace.
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    it won't fall off the way the board is manufacturer right now...the attachment points are adequate...but, the installed 'TIM' is really ineffective since the attaching pins really do not have the strength to pull the heatsink down firmly to make solid contact with the chipsets and mosfets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by epion2985 View Post
    think these will do good?
    [url]http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820148069[/url ]
    yeah get those. cant go wrong with crucial

    or you get get pc6400 gskills.

    i would avoid corsair.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Id034 View Post
    nice solution there overall, i'm interested how much your pwm temp drops with that tiny fan


    When High FSB Priming (6X493):
    Set in Bios 1,39
    Uguru reports at idle 1,37
    Uguru reports at full load 1,30

    so agreed with RLM about .06 -.07

    droop is not that great on the ip35 but the board is stable. thats all that matters to me..

    someone hit 632 FSB on it recently. Fugger was at like 560 opn ln2.

    hopefulyl someone will post a guide for a vdroop mod, iam to much of a nub to firgure that out myself
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    Quote Originally Posted by strange|ife View Post
    ...i would avoid corsair.
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