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post #1841 of 9809
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What programs can I use to monitor the VRM temps?
I'm at 1.36 on my 4.5Ghz Offset overclock. You guys think that is too high a voltage for a 4.5Ghz OC? For cooling I am using a Noctua NH-D14. I did want to get it lower, but also wanted to use Offset so i think that require a bit more voltage than manual volts? or should it be roughly the same Vcore either with Manual or Offset?
What would be the average Vcore for a 3930K at 4.5Ghz anyway?
Another thing I wanted to ask is what do you guys use for stability testing? I could run lower volts, but Prime95 27.7 gave me BSOD after 4-8 hours until I upped the voltage a bit. Prime95 27.7 seems to stress the CPU harder than the previous version because the stable overclock I had before on 26.6 it failed within seconds on 27.7 because of a lack of voltage.

I guess my chip sux then. Right now with offset voltage I am at 1.4v with 4.5ghz. Is that terrible and can I ruin the motherboard.
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post #1842 of 9809
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I think there isn't a program to view VRM temps on the mobo. 3930k @4.5GHz? I am seeing the average voltage for that OC is about 1.35v. The VRMs will be ok at that frequency and voltage imo. So you're ok there!
And Prime95 27.7 is the best stabilty for SB-E, I also needed to adjust my OC according to that stresser.

would a mobo block fit ok with 2 x 680's. It seems so tight and the 2 680's cover a lot of that area. I really wanna get one. Also how do you up that little fan on the mobo, thru the bios?
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Hey guys is Sidewindercomputers.com a good place to order a mobo block from. I just don't see how the EK Block would fit with the top gpu in the way.
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post #1844 of 9809
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You don't need a mobo block for a 4.5GHz OC with 1.4v pumping into it. Also a 4.8GHz OC with 1.4v will use more power and make the VRMs hotter compared to a 4.5GHz OC with 1.4v.
    
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post #1845 of 9809
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What programs can I use to monitor the VRM temps?
I'm at 1.36 on my 4.5Ghz Offset overclock. You guys think that is too high a voltage for a 4.5Ghz OC? For cooling I am using a Noctua NH-D14. I did want to get it lower, but also wanted to use Offset so i think that require a bit more voltage than manual volts? or should it be roughly the same Vcore either with Manual or Offset?
What would be the average Vcore for a 3930K at 4.5Ghz anyway?
Another thing I wanted to ask is what do you guys use for stability testing? I could run lower volts, but Prime95 27.7 gave me BSOD after 4-8 hours until I upped the voltage a bit. Prime95 27.7 seems to stress the CPU harder than the previous version because the stable overclock I had before on 26.6 it failed within seconds on 27.7 because of a lack of voltage.

I'm doing 1.28 Volts on Vcore with other cpu setting untouched.. Even with other setting that might disturb OC..( speed step, HT and all ) for 4.5GHz....

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post #1846 of 9809
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Hey guys is Sidewindercomputers.com a good place to order a mobo block from. I just don't see how the EK Block would fit with the top gpu in the way.

Yes, I always look at Sidewinder first when I buying WC'ing stuff, they are knowledgeable, reliable and all-around good people IMO.
   
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post #1847 of 9809
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I guess my chip sux then. Right now with offset voltage I am at 1.4v with 4.5ghz. Is that terrible and can I ruin the motherboard.

What is your Offset voltage at? I'm using + 0.010 Did you change many other settings?

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I'm doing 1.28 Volts on Vcore with other cpu setting untouched.. Even with other setting that might disturb OC..( speed step, HT and all ) for 4.5GHz....
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Wow that is the lowest voltage I've seen for 4.5Ghz. I assume you're using manual voltage? What do you use for stability testing?
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I think there isn't a program to view VRM temps on the mobo. 3930k @4.5GHz? I am seeing the average voltage for that OC is about 1.35v. The VRMs will be ok at that frequency and voltage imo. So you're ok there!
And Prime95 27.7 is the best stabilty for SB-E, I also needed to adjust my OC according to that stresser.

Ahh OK. I thought you could monitor the VRM temps. I never installed any of the Asus software so I thought you could monitor it in that. Do you guys install any of the Asus software? If so, what? I don't normally install any of the utilities. Yeah Prime95 27.7 seems to be pretty demanding on the CPU. How long do you guys usually run Prime for?
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post #1848 of 9809
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What is your Offset voltage at? I'm using + 0.010 Did you change many other settings?
Wow that is the lowest voltage I've seen for 4.5Ghz. I assume you're using manual voltage? What do you use for stability testing?
Ahh OK. I thought you could monitor the VRM temps. I never installed any of the Asus software so I thought you could monitor it in that. Do you guys install any of the Asus software? If so, what? I don't normally install any of the utilities. Yeah Prime95 27.7 seems to be pretty demanding on the CPU. How long do you guys usually run Prime for?

Yes, manual voltage. Stressed 24 Hours on Aida 64, and Prime95. Several hours on Aida64 + Prime95 + FurMark ( Stressed the hell out, to see if its really stable )
 
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just an update on the pci-E q-clip, that I broke two weeks ago and came here looking for a solution, asus just replied to me about it saying that they cannot send me a replacement clip and they will have to replace the whole pci-E slot, and it will cost me since its damage done by me, so I sent them asking if my warranty is still ok and they replied to me today saying that the warranty is voided but I can always send the motherboard in if something happened to it and let the techs determine it will be fixed under warranty or not.
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strong island 1
You don't need a mobo block for a 4.5GHz OC with 1.4v pumping into it. Also a 4.8GHz OC with 1.4v will use more power and make the VRMs hotter compared to a 4.5GHz OC with 1.4v.

I know this might sound really dumb but I just think it looks realy cool. Plus I was thinking of trying to push it a little further. I got the Corsair 800D with plans to go full water. I figure with the hardware I have it was really made for extreme performance, I think, and I would like to push it as far as I can. I was thinking of doing a cpu and mobo loop and then add the video cards once I can find full cover blocks. Do you think that is way too much to take on for a beginner. The Corsair 800D has a lot of space to the right of the mobo when I look thru the window and I really want to fill it out because I think it looks funny right now. I really want one of those resevoirs that sits to the right of the mobo in view. Do you think the EK block they have for our motherboard will fit with a gpu in the top slot? I was also thinking of maybe just doing the north bridge? I don't really know what I'm thinking I just love the way the loops around here look and really want one. I figured I have already spent almost $4,000.00 I might as well go all out.

I'm sorry if I am saying anything real stupid or sound real beginner'ish but I am learning as much as I can everyday. I'm getting really good performance now with he h100 and air. I can' imagine what it would be like with water.
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CPUCPUMotherboardGraphics
Intel i7 core 5960x intel i7 core 4770k Rampage V Extreme Asus GTX 980 Strix 
GraphicsRAMRAMHard Drive
Asus 780 ti Matrix G-Skill Ripjawz 4 G-Skill Trident X Samsung 840 Evo 120gb 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingCooling
Corsair Neutron 120gb Corsair Neutron 120gb Kingpin Tek 9 Fat GPU Pot Kingpin F1 Extreme CPU Pot 
CoolingCoolingOSOS
EK Universal GPU Water Block EK Supremacy CPU Block Win 7 64 bit Win XP 32 bit 
MonitorPowerCaseOther
Samsung S27A950D Corsair AX1200 Dimastech Easy v3 Bench and Armaflex Gigabyte Z97 SOC Force Motherboard 
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