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Rampage IV Formula.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 5820k MSI X99S SLI Plus Galax GTX980 SOC SLI Crucial DDR4 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Samsung 840 People still use those? Swiftech 240-x windows 8.11 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Asus ROG Swift KBT Race 2  evga G2 1300w Corsair 540 
MouseMouse PadAudio
Zowie FK2 Zowie  Creative Soundblaster X7 
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post #6182 of 6370
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Originally Posted by Roch View Post

Rampage IV Formula.

why do you play with your PLL voltage under 4.625 Ghz, I mean that´s not a lot. You got an UEFI Bios right?
post #6183 of 6370
Quote:
Originally Posted by erso44 View Post

guys what Mobo are you using?

I'm using the Asrock x79 Extreme4 for my 3820 and Gskill Ripjaws 1600.
post #6184 of 6370
I mounted my custom water loop in a Corsair 750D with two big and thick rad´s but I have high temps again...

Idle temps:

core0: 31
core1: 40
core2: 33
core3: 39

I used Phobya LM as thermal paste. It´s pure silver...


Edited by erso44 - 3/28/15 at 12:00pm
post #6185 of 6370
have you tried the spread method it seems to work best for me on both my 3820 and 4820 I stay in the high 28-34c idle and never over 70-76c
post #6186 of 6370
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Originally Posted by deathizem View Post

have you tried the spread method it seems to work best for me on both my 3820 and 4820 I stay in the high 28-34c idle and never over 70-76c

no but I have to do this....god damn I´ve got at 1.5V @ 5000Mhz 97degree...
post #6187 of 6370
that's way high
post #6188 of 6370
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Originally Posted by deathizem View Post

that's way high



I´ll never use silver thermal paste again...only Artic Silver 5!
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how are they at load?:thumb.gif
post #6190 of 6370
Quote:
Originally Posted by deathizem View Post

how are they at load?:thumb.gif

85-90 under prime....way too much...I think the thermal paste didn´t spread enough....or my CPU cooler is bad...when I touch the rad´s they are very cold.
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