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I wanna join this club. =p

I am loving this motherboard so far.

http://valid.canardpc.com/2747649
post #4472 of 9802
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That backplate does get hot so heatsinks would help there only if you have airflow there. I'd have to leave my back panel off all the time on my 800d just to get a fan there for air flow. What would be neat is if someone could rig another waterblock where the backplate goes and see how that does for the temps.

Oh and kcuestag, those are nice looking mobo blocks!thumb.gif

Someone already did this. There was a discussion about VRM temps and more specifically the back plate over in the Asus forums some time ago. I'm sure that's where I saw it. I'll dig it up later when I have more time.
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For those that might be looking at getting little heatsinks. These are the ones I have: http://koolance.com/video-ram-heat-sinks

and for those of you that would prefer low profile copper versions: http://www.jab-tech.com/bga-ram-cooling/enzotech-forged-copper-low-profile-vga-memory-heatsink-bcc9/
 
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I wanna join this club. =p

I am loving this motherboard so far.

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Uodated to the very latesr BIOS this morning all seems well.. im considering going for a solid 24/7 4.7ghz what is the max vcore again? Im achieving 4.6ghz at around 1.37vcore with an offset (I like my cpu to downclock when idle) so im curious if I should just try 4.7ghz @ my current voltage but if not maybe ill need 1.39 maybe 1.4v?

At present i'm barely hitting 50c on all cores, more around the high 40's and that is during gaming, under load like rendering or IBT high 50's.. So i am guessing i got room?

Just want to try and get longevity out of my CPU tongue.gif (yup im weak) haha
Edited by z0ki - 4/3/13 at 8:09pm
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Uodated to the very latesr BIOS this morning all seems well.. im considering going for a solid 24/7 4.7ghz what is the max vcore again? Im achieving 4.6ghz at around 1.37vcore with an offset (I like my cpu to downclock when idle) so im curious if I should just try 4.7ghz @ my current voltage but if not maybe ill need 1.39 maybe 1.4v?

At present i'm barely hitting 50c on all cores, more around the high 40's and that is during gaming, under load like rendering or IBT high 50's.. So i am guessing i got room?

Just want to try and get longevity out of my CPU tongue.gif (yup im weak) haha

I was getting 4.8ghz with an offset. Max around 1.375v, around 0.998v on idle. Temps max around low 50's /w p95 etc.

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post #4477 of 9802
Yeah I think your chip might be just a tad better then mine biggrin.gif but ill give it a go tonight and see how I go..

If I need to run 1.4v with an offset the cpu degradation shouldnt be bad will it?
post #4478 of 9802
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Yeah I think your chip might be just a tad better then mine biggrin.gif but ill give it a go tonight and see how I go..

If I need to run 1.4v with an offset the cpu degradation shouldnt be bad will it?

1.4v is not that bad, I'd try to keep it under 1.45. WIth offsetting the voltage is usually only bumped when your actually doing stuff on the pc so it's not that bad at all. If you plan on folding 24/7 etc than I would probably try to keep it under 1.4v.

Lots of people have been running for a year+ at way more than that. I probably won;t have the same cpu/mb for more than 5 years so a little degradation isn't that bad. =p

The chip was bunk actually, had to rma it, lol. Memory errors, bad IMC or something. Would crash every couple hours. I just built the PC and thought it was a memory compatibility issue. Went through 3 differnt kits before finding out it was the processor all along. Booo. =p
post #4479 of 9802
Ok i decided to do it now tongue.gif The urge got the best of me haha..

Been running ITB for around 1 hour and 10minutes, 4.7ghz @1.384v temps are not exceeding 68c apart from core 4 which got up to 70c will let it run for half an hour more, then do some real world tasks and see how it goes.. I find that is the bests way to see if your OC is stable! haha.. thumb.gif

Countless times i've primed or IBT for hours for it only to crash during rendering or gaming lol..

good times..

Hopefully things in digi+ are set correctly for this OC..

If i take screenshots of that bios page could you go over it and see if there is something you would change?


**EDIT**


No cigar, just as i posted it BSOD'd on me lol.. So bumped it up now to 1.392v


Well that was a fail, BSOD within 2 minutes lol

I don't think my CPU likes 4.7ghz at all
Edited by z0ki - 4/3/13 at 11:02pm
post #4480 of 9802
Please add me as well thumb.gif

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