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post #481 of 758
I managed to overclock my 4p H8QGL-IF+ board with 6276 ES CPUs to 3.0 GHz yesterday. vCore is at 1.1750 V.
The rig is air cooled with CM Hyper 212 Evo's with only one fan each and the hottest temperature during folding is 58 degC.
I'm a bit concerned about the high temperatures but it seems stable enough and TPF at 8101 WU is now about 10:30
What do you think about these temperatures - should I switch to water cooling??
post #482 of 758
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Originally Posted by Buck Nasty View Post

........Using Enzotch VRM heatsinks with no VRM over 60C max........
What model Enzotech HS are you using for the VRM, and do they mechanically cover the tops well?
post #483 of 758
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Originally Posted by DrFredrik View Post

I managed to overclock my 4p H8QGL-IF+ board with 6276 ES CPUs to 3.0 GHz yesterday. vCore is at 1.1750 V.
The rig is air cooled with CM Hyper 212 Evo's with only one fan each and the hottest temperature during folding is 58 degC.
I'm a bit concerned about the high temperatures but it seems stable enough and TPF at 8101 WU is now about 10:30
What do you think about these temperatures - should I switch to water cooling??
I "believe" some users with Extra Spicey chips at 3G or above are still on air like you.
What temps are your VRMs running with that vcore?
post #484 of 758
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I "believe" some users with Extra Spicey chips at 3G or above are still on air like you.
What temps are your VRMs running with that vcore?

I use Enzotech heatsinks on all VRMs, but I have not measured the temperatures since I increased from 2.6 GHz. At 2.6 GHz the hottest heatsink was at about 60 deg C, so I think they should be OK.
post #485 of 758
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I use Enzotech heatsinks on all VRMs......
Can you tell me what model # you use?
I think 60C on the VRMs will be fine. I have measured some at nearly 95C when heavy OC and OV are in place.
post #486 of 758
Has anyone had the experience of HFM saying that an 8101 unit has been completed, but not seeing the ppd posted to their folding stats? HFM said I finished my first 8101 last night, but I haven't seen any change to my stats.
post #487 of 758
whats the intel side look like for multi p folding rigs ?
seems a bit more expensive but is it worth it. ?
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post #488 of 758
I use Enzotech MOS C10 and C01 cooling flanges for the VRMs on the right hand side of the board and the original flanges on the left hand side.
post #489 of 758
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Has anyone had the experience of HFM saying that an 8101 unit has been completed, but not seeing the ppd posted to their folding stats? HFM said I finished my first 8101 last night, but I haven't seen any change to my stats.
You sure you have the correct username set up in the client?
post #490 of 758
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You sure you have the correct username set up in the client?

I figured it out, I apparently had a connection problem and the work unit was complete but not sent back. After I sorted that and restarted the client I got credit for that 8101 and then another that I completed last night.
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