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Had the same issue on my sabertooth after installing WC and there was no FAN blowing at the VRMs anymore.
Did some funky "modding" and now a dedicated 140mm fan is blowing at this section. thumb.gif
Temp goes up to ~65°C which is fine for me.
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Edit: I know there are some strange messy cable in the bottom. They are gone now - but I was to lazy to take another pic.
Edited by Mr.Eiht - 5/13/12 at 6:45am
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I have a question/questions about the topic of vrm cooling.

I had a couple days where it kept downclocking (obv.) and finally another member (ugotd8) suggested to me over in the cc thread that it is probably the vrm's downclocking due to high heat (water cooling).

Last night I felt the vrm heatsink, and they were too hot to touch. So, I decided to put a spare r4 12cm for the night, and things got super stable. I kept hardware monitor on overnight, and let it fold through the night, and then through the day. Not a single issue. Stable as all get down. I decide to go get a properly fitting fan for my h2 case, which was a 14cm not a 12, bring it home and install it. This is where things got funny.

Now, here is my question.
When I only had the r4 12cm installed. the temps in highlighted area one, were up around 65c, and the temps in highlighted area 2 were down also around 65c both with only a 2 degree fluxtiuation. Again, stable over night, no downclocking, no issues to be heard of. PPD heaven.

However, after getting home from microcenter about a half hour ago, I installed an aerocool shark 14cm, started my computer back up. And the temp ranges you see, are what they have been, and are currently running at. In slot 1, they have gone down about 10 degrees, while in slot 2, they have gone up drastically. The clocks have not changed at all, and I am currently folding with no issues as of yet, but I am now wondering what these temps mean, and with it currently running with no downclocking, is the highlighted area 1 the vrm, and if not, what do each highlighted area mean?

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edit: another bit of information, the vrm heatsink, is not even warm to the touch currently.
edit2: heres a picture with cpuid' hardware monitor also open, which doesnt even have the monitor, maybe I'm good?
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125x36 using bstrap
set vcore manually to 1.35 in BIOS and when booted into windows it showed in CPU-Z as 1.344 when CPU was idle
but when started Prime95, CPU-Z then showed vcore as 1.296

followed the settings in this guide.

Why is the vcore going down when at load?
post #155 of 397
Anyone have some good settings for a 3930K @4,5Ghz? Sill on air running with a PHANTEKS PH-TC14PE cooler
Mem: G.SKILL RIPJAWS Z F3-17000CL9Q-16GB: CAS Latency 9-11-12-28-2N
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Edited by M40TURBO - 5/26/12 at 8:28pm
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I'm able to get my 3930k to 4,9 GHz only at 1,45-1,46V. VCCSA (up to 1.4 V) and VTT (up to 1,370) pretty high too cause I have mem at 2400 MHz. Actually VTT and VCCSA in Auto, but I can't get stability like minimum with VTT at 1.3 V.

So my temps at Prime 95 Blend (90% of RAM) during 15 hs test up to 80 C (hottest core), water temp 30C.

Is that safe to use 24/7 (w/o offset, w/o any power saving)? For 2600k I'm sure it was (for me), so maybe SB-E is the same stuff, just significantly hotter tongue.gif

I tried first to get 5 GHz at 1,5V (was a little drunk) and under LinX max temp was 91C with red notification LOG smile.gif

Also I want to ask. Is that OK, that during Prime 95 Blend my mem's heatsinks get warm up to 55 C (IR thermometer)? So we assume that chips temp was about +5-10 C. Should I put the fans on memory? Don't want to mess with water blocks.

Thanks to Sin0822 for this guide, it was interesting to know, that for high mem clocks we need to set high voltage on VTT and VCCSA. So after that I realized, why my MB set those voltages so high automatically.
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Soooo subed, THX Sin!
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I'm trying a few settings from this great thread, and a few from MK500 on page 14..
Still just testing @4.0Ghz.. But i feel like the Vdroop is way to big. I have sett vcore inn bios to 1.320V and LLC is on standard. No more numbers like sin wrote.
Now you have i think 5-6 settings. After standard you have med, high, etc. But my idle volt in Cpu-Z is 1,295-1,298V. But now when i prime its at 1,248V
Thats like a 0,7V vdroop from the bios. Should i sett the LLC a couple of settings higher.?

Primed almost two hours blend now with 62c-63c-63c-64c-65c-68c. And ambient temp is 22-22,5c..
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Originally Posted by Mr.Eiht View Post

Had the same issue on my sabertooth after installing WC and there was no FAN blowing at the VRMs anymore.
Did some funky "modding" and now a dedicated 140mm fan is blowing at this section. thumb.gif
Temp goes up to ~65°C which is fine for me.
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Edit: I know there are some strange messy cable in the bottom. They are gone now - but I was to lazy to take another pic.
Looks good man!
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125x36 using bstrap
set vcore manually to 1.35 in BIOS and when booted into windows it showed in CPU-Z as 1.344 when CPU was idle
but when started Prime95, CPU-Z then showed vcore as 1.296
followed the settings in this guide.
Why is the vcore going down when at load?
VCore drops during load because that is how Intel has designed the power delivery specs. Try to enable and increase LLC settins t combat the droop.
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Originally Posted by M40TURBO View Post

Anyone have some good settings for a 3930K @4,5Ghz? Sill on air running with a PHANTEKS PH-TC14PE cooler
Mem: G.SKILL RIPJAWS Z F3-17000CL9Q-16GB: CAS Latency 9-11-12-28-2N
2X7970's Gpus inn a Switch 810.
Bios is the F11e beta
Can you try my settings from the guide?
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I'm able to get my 3930k to 4,9 GHz only at 1,45-1,46V. VCCSA (up to 1.4 V) and VTT (up to 1,370) pretty high too cause I have mem at 2400 MHz. Actually VTT and VCCSA in Auto, but I can't get stability like minimum with VTT at 1.3 V.
So my temps at Prime 95 Blend (90% of RAM) during 15 hs test up to 80 C (hottest core), water temp 30C.
Is that safe to use 24/7 (w/o offset, w/o any power saving)? For 2600k I'm sure it was (for me), so maybe SB-E is the same stuff, just significantly hotter tongue.gif
I tried first to get 5 GHz at 1,5V (was a little drunk) and under LinX max temp was 91C with red notification LOG smile.gif
Also I want to ask. Is that OK, that during Prime 95 Blend my mem's heatsinks get warm up to 55 C (IR thermometer)? So we assume that chips temp was about +5-10 C. Should I put the fans on memory? Don't want to mess with water blocks.
Thanks to Sin0822 for this guide, it was interesting to know, that for high mem clocks we need to set high voltage on VTT and VCCSA. So after that I realized, why my MB set those voltages so high automatically.
Yea you are welcome. smile.gif Your VTT and VCCSA are way to high man, you shouldn't' need more than 1.2v on both.
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Soooo subed, THX Sin!

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I'm trying a few settings from this great thread, and a few from MK500 on page 14..
Still just testing @4.0Ghz.. But i feel like the Vdroop is way to big. I have sett vcore inn bios to 1.320V and LLC is on standard. No more numbers like sin wrote.
Now you have i think 5-6 settings. After standard you have med, high, etc. But my idle volt in Cpu-Z is 1,295-1,298V. But now when i prime its at 1,248V
Thats like a 0,7V vdroop from the bios. Should i sett the LLC a couple of settings higher.?
Primed almost two hours blend now with 62c-63c-63c-64c-65c-68c. And ambient temp is 22-22,5c..

Yes increase LLC a bit if it isn't stable.
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Step #3: Setting Voltages.
You should set your DRAM Voltage to what is suggested by the sticker on the memory module. You can increase this as needed, I don’t go above 1.8v without adequate cooling, and most memory won’t take much more than 1.7-1.75. Be careful, and do research on acceptable voltage for your sticks.

You should also increase QPI/VTT Voltage (VCCIO on some boards) along with System Agent/IMC (VCCSA on some boards) voltage. Max acceptable is 1.4v, but you only need like 1.2v for 2400 on some CPUs but 1.35v on others. Please have these voltages be the same if you can. If you raise DRAM voltage, you should raise these as well, try to have the difference between the DRAM voltage and the other two as close as you can. Don’t unnecessarily increase your VTT and System Agent/IMC voltage to close the difference.
Unlike Sandy Bridge, Sandy Bridge-E’s System Agent voltage is VERY important for memory OC. On GIGABYTE board’s it is now called IMC (integrated memory controller) voltage, on other boards it’s called VCCSA or System Agent.

In the image below, for a ASUS Rampage IV Extreme, which VTT are you referring to....the VTT CPU Voltage or the VTTDDR Voltages?

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LG GH24NS90B 24X SATA Internal Super Multi DVD ... Corsair H110i GT Windows 10 Pro x64 LG 24" Flatron 
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120GB Samsung 840 Western Digital Red 3TB SATA3 64MB Cache 3.5in ... LG Super Multi Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD-ROM Drive Cooler Master GeminII M4 - CPU Cooler 
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Noctua NF-R8 80mm Fans Win7 SP1 64bit Visio 50" Plasma Logitech Mini Controller for Logitech Revue and... 
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PC Power & Cooling Silencer Mk III 400W ATX Mod... Silverstone Sugo 
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