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post #1341 of 1734
Idea, how about starting a list of the batch numbers of the H100 that the diode trick worked on. It might help new owners to decide if a diode or RMA is required.
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Zeus - there is no clear correlation between lot# and the grinding pump, it's been going on for almost a year now, with units made in 2011 as well, and at no point could you pin the problem to one, or even a range of, lot number(s). One thing I Could say, from my observations, is that newer units seem to be harder to tame (the bearing is looser?), i.e. there are more cases where one adapter isn't enough and two are needed (two diodes in series). So my advice would be: if the unit you're buying isn't 1227+ (and it should be), then the older the better - early 2012 is IMO better than late pre-patch 2012 (April/May/early June). As for the lot#'s on which the diode adapter worked - well, that's a great majority (above 90%) and again, you couldn't narrow it down to some lot#'s on which it doesn't.

MeanBruce, bwebmasta - well they did what they did, but we do what we do biggrin.gif I saw some folks from OCN posting there so hopefully there is a back door letting some love flow in there thumb.gif
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Agreed.
The temps are pretty much the same no matter the speed of the fans on the radiator. If you have good quality static pressure fans then you should be good to go at a low fan speed setting. Even the fans that come with unit can be undervolted and still cool the same (though have a tough time starting sometimes at low voltage when compared to Corsair's premium line of SP120 fans).
25-32ºC are actually good temps for idle of a 3570K or 3770K. I am impressed with MeanBruce's 4.2 OC at only 1.282 volts though maybe that is standard for 3770K cpus. MY 3570K needs > 1.35 V in order to maintain 4.2 via multiplier settings alone. I can however lower the voltage and use a 3Mhz increase in BLCK to achieve > 4.2GHz at only a 41x multiplier. I think the offset settings on the ASUS board tend to overestimate the power needs of high multiplier settings. You might also be able to get away with a lower voltage if you speed up the response time of your VRM assembly.

With my 3770k I get to 4.5GHz @ 1.218Vcore... which is lower then Bruce's settings... I use offset voltage +0.010
At idle 1.6Ghz I have 0.982Vcore.

I believe it's pretty good voltage settings for these frequencies.

Still, I'm a noob when it comes to OCing.. so what is VRM assembly? biggrin.gif I'll check that in my BIOS and let you know the settings I have.
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With my 3770k I get to 4.5GHz @ 1.218Vcore... which is lower then Bruce's settings... I use offset voltage +0.010
At idle 1.6Ghz I have 0.982Vcore.
I believe it's pretty good voltage settings for these frequencies.
Still, I'm a noob when it comes to OCing.. so what is VRM assembly? biggrin.gif I'll check that in my BIOS and let you know the settings I have.

Ok, so I went and checked to see what I am actually running at. I have a 41x multiplier, with 103 MHz BLCK. That puts my cpu at 4.224 GHz and voltage peaks a 1.232 V. Memory runs at 1648 MHz with a ratio of 24:3. CPUID attached below.


Temperatures seem to top out way under anything that would cause concern. Kudos to the H100. Here are my temps after 5 mins CPU stress test via AIDA64.


As far at VRM response time goes I can set mine via the AI Suite II pref pane below.
post #1345 of 1734
I recommend not ocing your BLCK bwcause you oc everything on the MB. It is dangerous if you have SSD.
Set it to 100 and increase the multiplier to 42.

Can you send a screen shot of the core temps using realtemp after 10 minutes of stress?
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35 degrees on an i5 OCed to 4,2 GHz? What's the ambient? I would expect that on a full blown custom water with Supreme HF, so it seems strange to me. Sure it's not delta T? biggrin.gif
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35 degrees on an i5 OCed to 4,2 GHz? What's the ambient? I would expect that on a full blown custom water with Supreme HF, so it seems strange to me. Sure it's not delta T? biggrin.gif
LoL... yes I'm sure it isn't Delta T. haha. Ambient is prolly close to 65F.
Here are the results after 11 mins under CPU stress test with CPU @ 4.500 GHz. I can go to 4.8 easily on this mobo + cpu I have, but I don't normally run it at that. Also, worth mentioning that all fans are set to their lowest settings via fan xpert 2.



Individual Core temps are in mid 50C

You can definitely tell the H100 is working...
Edited by AerieAngel - 9/11/12 at 4:52am
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I must say wlw wl has been really helpful in helping me resolve an issue with my H80, Great guy!
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AerieAngel - uhh 65 ambient? Also, mid-fifties core temps make more sense, after all H100 is about as good as a really good air cooler, performance-wise. The one I had on an i7-2600K in Turbo (3,8GHz) was providing 55 - 59 degrees on cores.

GTX Matt - thumb.gif
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AerieAngel - uhh 65 ambient? Also, mid-fifties core temps make more sense, after all H100 is about as good as a really good air cooler, performance-wise. The one I had on an i7-2600K in Turbo (3,8GHz) was providing 55 - 59 degrees on cores.
GTX Matt - thumb.gif
65F. Sorry.
And I have an update... no changes in temps.
Raised multiplier to 46x. Increased clock speed of memory to 1800 MHz. (Memory only rated for 1600 unfortunately)
Core voltage at 1.304 V

Edited by AerieAngel - 9/11/12 at 4:56am
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