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I can score 216 fps in the heaven bench at 4.5ghz so it's actually plenty fast lol. Compare that to 5.1 at 228fps. The difference in that 12fps is the voltage, and at 4.5 I'm only pushing 1.24v. To run 1.24v and get 95% of the performance vs running 1.48v, hmm simple equation for me.
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Do you need 32gb ram other than for a ramdisk? Ramdisk create more issues than it fixes, well not that it's fixing anything hehe. Hammering the IMC will directly affect the overclock. For me I'd rather go with 16gb reducing the load on the IMC and running fast memory speeds. My daily overclock is 4.5ghz with memory at 2400mhz and at 5.1 2133mhz.

Nope, don't need 32 Gb of RAM for anything other than the RAMDISK. Do I need the RAMDISK? No, but the game level load times are lightning fast. I'm almost always the first one to load. Actually the RAMDISK is, for me, just a new thing I knew I could try when I upgraded to X79. It's been interesting and fun to play around with and a learning experience for me. Bit costly though as the 32 Gb kit wasn't cheap and the RAMDISK software was $50.00. When gaming I boot with a fully loaded 26 Gb RAMDISK - (holds two or three complete games depending on game size) - and that means my RAM usage is at 90% on boot up. That must be hammering the memory controller. As far as the RAMDISK creating "issues" though, I havn't noticed any.
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You can go into the bios under Fan Settings and turn PCH fan to the off settings, no need to unplug it.

as I mentioned when I change profile settings in the bios or even turn it off from there, nothing happened it doesn`t change speed or turn off, it doesn`t respond to the bios command no matter what I do.
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You can go into the bios under Fan Settings and turn PCH fan to the off settings, no need to unplug it.

as I mentioned when I change profile settings in the bios or even turn it off from there, nothing happened it doesn`t change speed or turn off, it doesn`t respond to the bios command no matter what I do.


Worst case... iirc, the pch fans uses a vga pwm plug. You can use an adapter like this with a mini fan controller(zalman) and take matters into your own hands yea?


http://www.moddiy.com/products/4%252dPin-PWM-Fan-Connector-%28Female%29-to-4%252dPin-Mini-GPU-Fan-Connector-%28Male%29.html
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Mine is spinning at 6600 rpm and PCH is at 37°C (99°F)
thats good temps, mine is 41c idle when fan unplugged, are you having the same issue cuz this seems like a high rpm? are you able to change the PCH fan settings from the bios?
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I can score 216 fps in the heaven bench at 4.5ghz so it's actually plenty fast lol. Compare that to 5.1 at 228fps. The difference in that 12fps is the voltage, and at 4.5 I'm only pushing 1.24v. To run 1.24v and get 95% of the performance vs running 1.48v, hmm simple equation for me.

That makes since so does the voltage scale really high after 4.5ghz ?
 
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I can score 216 fps in the heaven bench at 4.5ghz so it's actually plenty fast lol. Compare that to 5.1 at 228fps. The difference in that 12fps is the voltage, and at 4.5 I'm only pushing 1.24v. To run 1.24v and get 95% of the performance vs running 1.48v, hmm simple equation for me.

That makes since so does the voltage scale really high after 4.5ghz ?


The voltage isn't a problem or that is the scaling. You know, 5.1 at 1.48v not a lot of volts. I don't see a need to run more than 4.5v for gaming as long as it can feed my cards. That said 5 or 5.1 is faster but I'm saving .24v of wear and tear so that is a fine trade to me.
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Looking for software that can monitor CPU and GPU temps and automatically shut down the computer if any temp exceeds values I set.
I'm concerned about possible unnoticed pump faliure while gaming. I have two loop's, one for CPU and MB and one for GPU's.
AI Suite doesn't see my GPU's. Anyone know of a program that can do this?
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Looking for software that can monitor CPU and GPU temps and automatically shut down the computer if any temp exceeds values I set.
I'm concerned about possible unnoticed pump faliure while gaming. I have two loop's, one for CPU and MB and one for GPU's.
AI Suite doesn't see my GPU's. Anyone know of a program that can do this?

Your BIOS can monitor the speed of the pumps and warn you, if you plug the tachs in to fan headers on your MB.
AIDA64 can also monitor them and be configured for what you need. smile.gif
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Looking for software that can monitor CPU and GPU temps and automatically shut down the computer if any temp exceeds values I set.
I'm concerned about possible unnoticed pump faliure while gaming. I have two loop's, one for CPU and MB and one for GPU's.
AI Suite doesn't see my GPU's. Anyone know of a program that can do this?

Your BIOS can monitor the speed of the pumps and warn you, if you plug the tachs in to fan headers on your MB.
AIDA64 can also monitor them and be configured for what you need. smile.gif


That depends on his pumps. Have a D5, you're sol. Have a DDC, you're in luck, hook up that rpm wire. Btw, if you were unfortunate enough to have a D5, you can mod it for rpm but that would obviously kill your warranty...
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