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Understood a bit better now. If it performs as it should with APM disabled during stress tests than nothing to worry about. I have heard UD3's can have issues with VRM's due to bios (causing throttling) but usually not an issue till closer to 4.6 to 4.7 if I remember right. Have you added any active cooling to the VRM HS? You might not need it yet but something more to watch for!
It may fluctuate a little yes but not like you mentioned "4219mhz to 2913mhz" which I assume was on idle, not under load.If you're seeing a big swing when under load than I'd be looking into possible throttling going on.I run C&Q with APM on auto with my 5117MHz everyday OC.Disable all power saving features (including APM) while stress testing and re-enable when you've reached your goal.Give this a read as it will help those trying to help you...
I just went through the same thing, give this a read if you haven't seen it http://www.overclock.net/t/1482157/700-750-watts-comparison-thread-fully-modular#post_22109815 I went with a 850 G2 to replace my five year old Corsair HX750. The HX has served me well but time to put ole girl to pasture The info you asked about is in the link above.
I too use it!Seems foolish not to as it is right there.As Johan45 mentioned these chips can get mighty heavy on the gas once you open them up a bit.Heck mine stock is 219.8 W TDP with C&Q enabled lol.Just for kicks I saved a snip from a recent search into updating my PSU. Take a look at the "Overclocked CPU Wattage" estimate [[SPOILER]]
mus1mus is absolutely correct, depends on which style setup you choose.After several nights of researching I went with a 250mm tube res which requires a pump top.https://shop.ekwb.com/EK-IM/EK-IM-3831109841006.pdfhttps://shop.ekwb.com/EK-IM/EK-IM-3831109842584.pdfThere are some tube res that fit the D5 directly to the bottom of the tube. Lots of choices There's a pic in my rig sig to give you a better idea.
I purchased a XSPC dual bay w/D5 installed ($184.00) and the res version I got was total garbage. Inside the res there's a 90 degree elbow which directs water flow from the pump directly into the outlet tube leaving barely a half inch long opening area (only connected at pump end) where air bubbles are suppose to have a chance to escape into the res.With a D5 there's so much flow It would take days to completely remove most of the air. There were always micro bubbles...
I did a little research on your PSU http://www.overclock.net/t/1393472/rosewill-power-supplies-information-threadYour at the beginning of the list (it starts with the lower quality units, not a good sign) and here's a link to (shilka approved) PSU Calculator http://www.overclock.net/t/1534236/the-correct-way-to-use-the-extreme-outervision-psu-calculatorAfter running a "my best guess" as to your system you are on par power wise but not sure, and questioning the quality of...
Reread post http://www.hwinfo.com/download.phpMine is listed at the very top "Core #0 VID" . There will be one for each core and you'll need to read the Maximum tab. [[SPOILER]] This voltage is embedded (by AMD ) into your chip and is your stock voltage
Welcome to OCN! Stability is very subjective but seven hours of P95 is only a warm up I start with running IBT AVX 10 runs set to "very high" and finish by passing 20 runs set to "maximum" Than time for Prime95 for 24 hrs minimum. The temps created by stress testing are a big factor but are not the reason for tests. Locating errors is the objective and high temps can be the result without a proper cooling solution. I think what you are currently seeing is a good place...
Is that top mounted rad running as intake?I can only imagine the heat from those cards not helping matters if the rad is exhausting out the topFans dialed full on?Here is how my 8350 ran at 4822MHz running a RX360 to give you an idea. [[SPOILER]] I wouldn't have dared to try a 24 Prime95 run on a 240 myself. Most have a temp wall somewhere near 4.7 to 4.8 and to make things worse there's also the voltage wall usually near 4.8GHz. Just something to keep in mind.If you'd...
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