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4 for quad:) 2 for dual and 3 for triple channel


Well that makes sense. LOL

 

If I were to purchase 8, would there be any performance loss or performance gain?

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Well that makes sense. LOL

If I were to purchase 8, would there be any performance loss or performance gain?

It's the same perf, don't worry SB-E is made to use totally these 8 slots there's no apparent catch, so if you have 39/45gb/sec w/ 4 it will be the same w/ 8.

Maybe it’s just more difficult to o/c with 8 slots filled but it’s just a supposition from my part.
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So I will ask this question again. It seems that everyone had missed it.

Do you think this thread should be changed into 3 catagories?

Air
Liquid
Sub Zero

Air= Any Fin/Fan Heatsink

Liquid= Any water cooling including chilled water by way of ice just as long as that Ice is not chilled by Power.

Sub zero= Phase(ss) LN2 DICE

To be included temps must be shown next to Validation.

I think this would be very educational for everyone to see people use all three or even just two cooling sources on one CPU.
It will show limitations placed on overclocking using different types of cooling. I.E. Voltage Heat Efficiency.
And people who dont have Sub Zero cooling can still work to get at the top of a list in the catagory they have.
Makes for some much better competition and learning for those just getting into overclocking

Any opinions?
Edited by abeeftec - 12/6/11 at 9:10pm
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So I will ask this question again. It seems that everyone had missed it.
Do you think this thread should be changed into 3 catagories?
Air
Liquid
Sub Zero
Air= Any Fin/Fan Heatsink
Liquid= Any water cooling including chilled water by way of ice just as long as that Ice is not chilled by Power.
Sub zero= Phase(ss) LN2 DICE
To be included temps must be shown next to Validation.
I think this would be very educational for everyone to see people use all three or even just two cooling sources on one CPU.
It will show limitations placed on overclocking using different types of cooling. I.E. Voltage Heat Efficiency.
And people who dont have Sub Zero cooling can still work to get at the top of a list in the catagory they have.
Makes for some much better competition and learning for those just getting into overclocking
Any opinions?

I do believe it isn't fair to rank overclockers based on one single Criteria and that being clock speed. You might be a badass overclocker if you use phase cooling but that doenst say much for the person who might be just as badass who uses Air but achieves lower clocks due to the thermal limitations imposed by fan and fin.

Same with H20 coolers. There is one exception. Closed loop cooling should be included in the Fin/Fan coolers (Air catergories) as they are not true water cooling and people do not have to put their heart and creative minds into building a loop with those coolers.

As for me. I am running an H80, due to being one criteria in place, I listed it as water, when I should be included in the Air category. However that will change once I get my waterblock now that XSPC has shipped out the new screws for the Rampage IV and the Raystorm blocks. I am going to push the crap out of my chip and shoot for at least 5.1 on ambient cooled full water cooling.
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I just had the worst night ever. after spending 2h applying eraser ive hooked up my ss and fired it up. after a few min ive noticed the temp takes a lot of time to drop and it wouldnt go below -23c and thats with the pc turned off (normaly its down to -52/-54c in 2-3min) ive powered the ss down waited a few min as usuale and decided to unplug the ss in case i didnt mount it correctly or something.... when i lifted the evap i heard a whooshing sound from the base of the evap hoose.... im quite sure it was freon leaking out.... so now im in a bit of a picle.... any of yiu guys know any local artisans (uk and ireland) who could make a new ss or fix this one?
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post #428 of 2282
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I do believe it isn't fair to rank overclockers based on one single Criteria and that being clock speed. You might be a badass overclocker if you use phase cooling but that doenst say much for the person who might be just as badass who uses Air but achieves lower clocks due to the thermal limitations imposed by fan and fin.
Same with H20 coolers. There is one exception. Closed loop cooling should be included in the Fin/Fan coolers (Air catergories) as they are not true water cooling and people do not have to put their heart and creative minds into building a loop with those coolers.
As for me. I am running an H80, due to being one criteria in place, I listed it as water, when I should be included in the Air category. However that will change once I get my waterblock now that XSPC has shipped out the new screws for the Rampage IV and the Raystorm blocks. I am going to push the crap out of my chip and shoot for at least 5.1 on ambient cooled full water cooling.

I do agree with you about that.

However I am not sure if that shouldnt stop at the H80 and not include the H100 because it was able to hold better temps on the upper end then my liquid cooled system with two dual pass radiators and a very powerful pump. It could all be how its set up though and that also could be the reason anything with Liquid should be included in the Liquid catagory.


It would be nice to get other opinions about this. The H100 has given me incredible cooling.

Also,

@ T&B N It looks like the MSI board so far is a stable solid board with a STRAIGHT 120 BCLK without the strap on. That is an INCREDIBLE feat since other boards cannot run stable with the PCIe lanes running at 120. They have all been using the x1.25 strap to get higher BLCKs and MSI is doing it without the strap!
Edited by abeeftec - 12/7/11 at 10:19am
post #429 of 2282
No i think it shoudl stay the same, heck you don't knwo if someone went outside into -6C weather and OCed on air, now do you?

i don't think H80 or Antec 920 or H100 should be considered real watercooling personally.

Plus HWbot doesn't rank you different, if i was you i would be happy you are at the top hahaha, enjoy it while it lasts.
Edited by Sin0822 - 12/7/11 at 3:31pm
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I agree completely that it should be more educational than a competition as for me personally, I care more about a useable overclock than just how I can get it to validate. So I would definitely like to see some kind of stress test with temps along with validation. I think I side with abeeftec though when it comes to the closed loop H80/100. I have had amazing temps with the H100 that are on par with many custom loops I've seen, so I think generally speaking the H80/H100 will fall more into the Liquid category. If someone went and benched in freezing weather, it would probably appear outside of the norm for the majority of other Air benchmarks, which would appear questionable I'd imagine.
    
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