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Tried to run AIDA 64 Extreme stress test at 5,2 GHz, got a huge freeze, then BSOD.
Started Windows at 5.3 GHz, but couldn't pass a validation. BSOD while clicking cpu-z icon

And i still need an advice about a water-cooling Which one?
to be continued...
Edited by atshowturbo - 6/15/11 at 1:18am
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Don't go so high on your V6GT man. If you get peaked at 74 on 4.9GHz then your temps on a higher setting will be too high. My recommendation for water cooling is the Corsair H70 with two Coolermaster Sickleflow 120mm fans. They give GREAT cooling performance and the H70 really is a bargain for the price you are paying. I think the other one in same price range is the Antec Kuhler, but I personally don't like Antec products that much, but that's just my preference.

http://www.hardwareheaven.com/review...roduction.html

Check out that review on the Corsair H70.

EDIT: If you are stable on 4.9GHz and 1.45V, then try 5.0GHz on 1.45, and if BSOD, try 1.475. If it fails then, go back to your 4.9GHz, or even take it down to 4.8GHz just to get a slight drop in temps.
Edited by frannyvox - 6/15/11 at 1:26am
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Don't go so high on your V6GT man. If you get peaked at 74 on 4.9GHz then your temps on a higher setting will be too high. My recommendation for water cooling is the Corsair H70 with two Coolermaster Sickleflow 120mm fans. They give GREAT cooling performance and the H70 really is a bargain for the price you are paying. I think the other one in same price range is the Antec Kuhler, but I personally don't like Antec products that much, but that's just my preference.

http://www.hardwareheaven.com/review...roduction.html

Check out that review on the Corsair H70.

EDIT: If you are stable on 4.9GHz and 1.45V, then try 5.0GHz on 1.45, and if BSOD, try 1.475. If it fails then, go back to your 4.9GHz, or even take it down to 4.8GHz just to get a slight drop in temps.
Thanks a lot for advice! I will try a lower steps in voltage.
But, about H70.
While choosing a cooling system i rely on this shot. Am i right?



Do you mind Corsair H70 really can handle 5200MHz avoiding 65+ Degrees?
I've been watching hundreds of H70's test, they differ much
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Isn't it cold in Russia? If it is get a nice Megahelm and some semi-solid tubing/duct (flexible)
and mount it on the cooler then on the other side install a fan, and for optimal add
a fan on the side of the tubing/duct that goes out the window.
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Isn't it cold in Russia? If it is get a nice Megahelm and some semi-solid tubing/duct (flexible)
and mount it on the cooler then on the other side install a fan, and for optimal add
a fan on the side of the tubing/duct that goes out the window.
This is a good idea. But if so, then you can just as well place a H70 or similar at the back of the case, taking air in, and the have the exhaust fans at the top of his case exhaust the air back out.

If it's cold there where you are, then water cooling will do wonders for you friend.
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Sure, it's rather cold in Russia. Especially now, when it is raining for already 3 days.
I decided that i won't use my processor upper than 4600, it is at least unwise.
So i just wanna reach 5500~ and stop.
All in all, the water-cooling systems seems must be done by myself, using different parts.
Looking for X5PC

But one small problem again: there is no x5pc in Russia =(
Edited by atshowturbo - 6/15/11 at 10:33am
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Well, haven't slept for ages again, but i reached it.
5300 MHz @ 1.568 V
Cores: 4. Threads: 8 (Hyper-Threading On)
Loadline Calibration: 100%
DRAM: 16384MB (4x4GB) 1066MHz 7-7-7-20 @ 1.5 V
Onboard devices - all turned on.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1870342



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Well done, what were the temps on full load at that settings?
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Well done, what were the temps on full load at that settings?
I'd like to test but i'm scared
Air cooling as V6GT is not enough
I hope soon i can get watet
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