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It's the swiftech h220.
yea - that one tongue.gif
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I'm running 4.6 @ 1.224V though?

Wow that really good vcore for 4.6ghz
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post #5013 of 9601
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I tried a 5.0Ghz run last night...Temps were out of control..it was like watching a hour long murder scene in a horror film! Topped out at 94 during 8kk...which is just 1C before I promised myself I would stop. I got my CLU in the mail finally, but I don't have anymore AS5 for the topside of the IHS...

Trying to decide on the H100 or the monster Noctura

i personally had a H80i push pull ....(very similar performance to the h100) . First the stock fans it comes with are POWERFULL , but stupidly noisy. Ended up buying COUGAR CF-V12HP to get the cooling without the sound. I was reading that the closed loop water coolers arent as effective as air cause it needs a second for the water to circulate . i ended up running around 130$ on the whole shabang.....Here comes JP with the Noctua Suggestion........

The Noctua is BIG but it fit on my old super cramped small mid tower! first it runs around $80 and needs NOTHING ELSE...its SUPER SILENT and SUPER POWERFULL! this with the CLU and the Delid dropped my temps from the H80i over 30 degrees ....when i did my first 5ghz i did a intel burn test (since that thing almost makes the processor catch fire) didnt break 85 on FULL FIRE LOAD! when i did P95 i was govering on the 70's @5ghz on noiseless cheap air!

it also comes with a tube of NT-H1 (thermal paste) the NT-H1 is Far superior than AS5 *im never buying as5* ever again ....but it wasnt until JP (again) showed me the light with Prolimatech PRO-PK1 ...it was love at first apply! what a awesome product! dont get me wrong in a 100 score i would put the NT-H1 as a solid 85 while PK-1 at 100 (AS5 at 40)

dude i have my tower on top of my desk and I CANT HEAR IT !


another thing why i would suggest NOT getting a H100 is the fact that Asrock boards are a bit thinner than usual (google it) and when i got the h80 i ended up having to use washers to sit it tight on my board *its a very common problem google it* ...problem with this situation is that how do you know when tight is too tight? with the Noctua it took me 5 minutes to instal and it fit like a glove!


They are suggesting water cooler which is not a bad idea if your resources $$$$, case size and whatever else, are ok! but i wanted to do air cause down the line this i5 and asrock will become a Home server with a raid-5 setup!

but if you want to keep it cheap and noiseless and maintenance free ....NoctuaD-14 1000000000 times over!! i didnt thought this type of cooling was possible with air ! i would give it 15 out of 5 stars! 80 bucks comes with super silent powerfull fans and a bad @$$ thermal paste!
Edited by Gerbacio - 3/27/13 at 6:17pm
    
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I am having some troubles even reaching 4.4GHz with my sig rig, any tips?

I first tried setting the turbo voltage to .004 and offset voltage to .005 which got me to 4.3GHz. Then I tried 4.4GHz and got BSODs and lockups/reboots. I upped the turbo voltage to .008 and offset to .01, but it did not help. I then backed the turbo back to .004 and tried a fixed voltage of 1.3v which should be overkill for 4.4GHz, but it just isn't stable in prime.

Also, when I had my voltage set to fixed 1.3, I never saw above 1.28 in HWMonitor and CPUid. I currently have it set to fixed 1.325, and both monitors read 1.304. Is this normal?

Currently 1.325v and 4.4GHz seems stable, only 10 minutes into Prime95 though. So far, this has been the most stable settings, my chip must really like the V!

Batch#3235D924

I know I did not get the best stepping, but my chip seems like an O/C dud. I can never get a good chip to O/C with my setup!
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post #5015 of 9601
Thread Starter 
The Olympic list is getting a little big.

So I'm making use of my 2nd post in this thread to put the full guide there.

Nothing really changes except when I edit the Olympic list, I won't have to deal with 400 lines of text in the full guide.


Added someone to the list (order of the list is chronological).


Just now got 250 rep! Wooot!!! biggrinsmiley.gif TY ALL for participating in this thread!!!
post #5016 of 9601
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Originally Posted by Gerbacio View Post

i personally had a H80i push pull ....(very similar performance to the h100) . First the stock fans it comes with are POWERFULL , but stupidly noisy. Ended up buying COUGAR CF-V12HP to get the cooling without the sound. I was reading that the closed loop water coolers arent as effective as air cause it needs a second for the water to circulate . i ended up running around 130$ on the whole shabang.....Here comes JP with the Noctua Suggestion........

The Noctua is BIG but it fit on my old super cramped small mid tower! first it runs around $80 and needs NOTHING ELSE...its SUPER SILENT and SUPER POWERFULL! this with the CLU and the Delid dropped my temps from the H80i over 30 degrees ....when i did my first 5ghz i did a intel burn test (since that thing almost makes the processor catch fire) didnt break 85 on FULL FIRE LOAD! when i did P95 i was govering on the 70's @5ghz on noiseless cheap air!

it also comes with a tube of NT-H1 (thermal paste) the NT-H1 is Far superior than AS5 *im never buying as5* ever again ....but it wasnt until JP (again) showed me the light with Prolimatech PRO-PK1 ...it was love at first apply! what a awesome product! dont get me wrong in a 100 score i would put the NT-H1 as a solid 85 while PK-1 at 100 (AS5 at 40)

dude i have my tower on top of my desk and I CANT HEAR IT !


another thing why i would suggest NOT getting a H100 is the fact that Asrock boards are a bit thinner than usual (google it) and when i got the h80 i ended up having to use washers to sit it tight on my board *its a very common problem google it* ...problem with this situation is that how do you know when tight is too tight? with the Noctua it took me 5 minutes to instal and it fit like a glove!


They are suggesting water cooler which is not a bad idea if your resources $$$$, case size and whatever else, are ok! but i wanted to do air cause down the line this i5 and asrock will become a Home server with a raid-5 setup!

but if you want to keep it cheap and noiseless and maintenance free ....NoctuaD-14 1000000000 times over!! i didnt thought this type of cooling was possible with air ! i would give it 15 out of 5 stars! 80 bucks comes with super silent powerfull fans and a bad @$$ thermal paste!

Noctura it is...god willing it fits that is.

edit to add: don't knock the AS5 too hard...it was only 8 bucks and does a smashing good job compared to the toothpaste that came with my $20.00 Zalman cooler! AS5 currently sits on both sides of the IHS and still keeps me below throttle for a 5.0 run , it might not be CLU but it beats a sharp stick in the eye.
Edited by inedenimadam - 3/27/13 at 8:58pm
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Can someone please help? I just installed an ASRock Z68Pro3 M board with my i5 2500k CPU, and I am unable to overclock it, as the multiplier will not go past 37. Even when I set it to 37, it ignores me. AXTU utility slider stops at 37 as well. I have done a UEFI update but nothing has changed. Also a CMOS reset, to no help.

I have encountered this problem in other threads on the internet, but people fixed it with UEFI update, or they just RMA'd it. I can't do the latter, as IT is a user board and has no warranty. Please give me some help.
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Can someone please help? I just installed an ASRock Z68Pro3 M board with my i5 2500k CPU, and I am unable to overclock it, as the multiplier will not go past 37. Even when I set it to 37, it ignores me. AXTU utility slider stops at 37 as well. I have done a UEFI update but nothing has changed. Also a CMOS reset, to no help.

I have encountered this problem in other threads on the internet, but people fixed it with UEFI update, or they just RMA'd it. I can't do the latter, as IT is a user board and has no warranty. Please give me some help.

Well... Hopefully you didn't make the same mistake I did and you actually have a 2500 and not a 2500k?
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It's a 2500K. Everything reports it a K. It even says K on it.
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It's a 2500K. Everything reports it a K. It even says K on it.

just making sure tongue.gif

I personally wouldnt know. I had a similar issue, but finally discovered i had a non-k wink.gif

Im having an issue now myself. I was running a prime test @ 4.6, 10 minute test, passed everything. I shut down, restarted, now i have an A2 in DrDebug. IDE Detect. I pulled my GPUs out and hooked up to onboard graphics and can boot in fine, though i did reset back to UEFI defaults.

Any thoughts on the A2?
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