- Apr 30, 2016
I have a feeling he's making a youtube video explaining everything. I had a bunch of questions about it too that he seems to have.. missed.Hey Josh, mind sharing how you got the power port in the stock position with the 1080 mini? You needed longer screws than what the HDPlex includes, right?
I like the crossover. Sometimes I'd like to save a video offline on my PC but facebook/twitter only allow for low bitrate 480/720p downloads. But Youtube uploads can be streamed and downloaded at up to 4K which really shows the details crisply and clearly, for the highest bitrate file provided for minimal macroblocking.Nope, not for me anyways.
Youtube is for my longer projects. Twitter is for the content I don't have time to include or distracts from that. My goal is to have different content for Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube, but right now there is some crossover. I do have lots of Twitter only vids up though.
Not good temps. And i perfected my NTH1 Noctua Thermal Grease application on the NH-L9i, here's what I got (all cores synced to same multiplier, LLC4, XMP on:
https://smallformfactor.net/forum/threads/nfc-systems-s4-mini.96/page-80#post-31105Can someone link me Josh's video on how to remove the S4 mini bezel?
I can't seem to find the video, and have trouble removing it
Here's the thing though, at 4.8GHz this thing in a BEAST. The real-world gaming performance difference between 4.8 & 5.0/5.1 is not really that much, like 2-3% or like 1-2fps in most cases, so I've got no problem being stable at 4.8 with stock volts.Appreciate the detailed reply, Cuban.
I was just curious since I didn't think before now that the l9i would be able to keep a 7700k a t those clocks from thermal shutdown, I'm impressed!
(Still going with a T part for my build though aha)
I'm migraring my current system into the S4!
I feel you, I wanted an S4 mini during the initial run but i missed it since I had no money back then due to student loans. Good news was, the waiting allowed me to actually build my rig with better parts from waiting a year!Bit gutted I missed out on the first round of these cases
"I usually idle around 21c depending on ambient of course. May dip lower or a hair higher, but that's about average....
...So far into my binning, I've come across A LOT of 5.1 and slightly better chips without delidding while using the AIO cooler on my bench. I've got 3 from L640F761 that are running great delidded. 2 are 5.2 GHz (1.37v and 1.38v) using an AIO (Corsiar H115i) and the 3rd is the one in my daily rig at 5.3 GHz with 1.44v at the moment. It does 5.2 GHz at 1.34v in RB and may be lower, but didn't spend much time with it.
Having popped the top on 8 of these things already, I can say that what a chip does prior to delid is not a very good indicator of how it will do after delid. I have ones that I thought were going to be worthless due to voltage requirements before delid turn out to be great chips onced delidded. Then there are those that are really good before delidding that end up improving temp wise, but not really voltage wise once delidded. The TIM / gapping from the factory is so inconsistent that it's truly hard to gauge a chip based on stock performance. You kinda just have to chance it and delid it anyways. I've given up on batch numbers,"