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I'm in a similar situation though I do F@H as well. Can the the F@H client utilize HT?
 
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post #12 of 15
F@H will benefit a lot from HT. Thats why I got a 3770k. It folds all day and night other than when Im gaming. Mine is at 4.6ghz cooled by a H100 no problem. The problem in not that the H100 cant keep up with the heat but more like the heat just does not transfer well to the cooler. Its the same with any cooler and Ivy. Any thing above 4.6ghz gets hard with the 3770k but you can get higher clocks with the 3570k.
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I have an i7-3770k OC to 4.60GHz using 1.288V using a Phanteks PH-TC14PE air cooler and temps are in the mid 70's to lower 80's across the cores stressed at 100% for 15 mins using Aida64 and OCCT. Avg Core temps would be around 77-79C depending on the ambient temp in the room. I can OC to 4.7GHz max using 1.333V and temps get to the mid - upper 80's, but can blip into the low 90's quickly on occassion across the cores depending on ambient temp which is too high for me personally.

I did read a review that put the H100 only 1C or 2C cooler than the Phanteks during their testing. After seeing other's post their H100 results, it seems consistent with that review. So since the H100 is running about the same (slightly cooler) as my Phanteks, I ask the question can water cool better than this? I guess if a larger rad is used, but will the 3770K release the heat?

I play games and do a lot of photo and video editing. That is why I did go with the i7-3770K for HT. I personally think my Phanteks temps are not too bad for air cooling of Ivy Bridge, but I was considering going with an external Koolance Exos 360mm rad for water cooling, but not sure if the heat will transfer out to the water block fast enough for heat to be taken away from the cores or will it still be hot due to transferability of the internal TIM not allowing the heat to escape the cores to the transfer plate to be removed. If that is the case, then there must be a limit unless LN2 is used which cools any and everything, but that isn's an option for me. I don't want to invest money in a new cooling system to only have the same results or only slightly better cooling.

Any thoughts about a 360mm rad with a Ivy Bridge specifically the 3770k? or the Koolance Exos EX2-055 http://koolance.com/ex2-1055-exos-2.5-liquid-cooling-system-aluminum

I hope I explained this correctly.

Thanks,
Derrick
post #14 of 15
I would seriously consider the XSPC Rasa kit as it's only a few $ more than a H100 and outperforms it by quite alot, This with a 3570K or 3770K is ideal and would allow for a 4.5-4.8ghz overclock comfortably.

I used to own the H100 and have to say i was dissapointed in it for it's price, I have since gone for full custom watercooling loop.
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I have noticed that all i7 from gulftown to lynnfield 870 series and sandy and ivy bridge CPUs with hyperthreading get fantastic results from hyperthreading for F@H win rar and even gaming.

Reason being is you have to disable core parking. To explain one senario i was getting microstuttering with my i7 2600k at 4.7ghz @ 1.385 volts and SLI EVGA superclocked 560tis running at 975 core and 2400 on the memory.
I 1st thought it was SLI stuttering but after a bit of research i noticed that others with single cards were having the same problem and they fixed it by disabling core parking. What it does is park and rest a threads that are not needed, But when they are needed its enabled again but not quickly enough to not induce microstuttering.
So i disabled core parking and my stuttering vanished and i noticed it seems a bit faster. I have notice no temperature changes and i still have thew low voltage states on my cpu so it downclocks to 1648mhz when under low load or idleing

I have yet to find any articles that compare performance comparison with core parking disabled vs enabled on i7 intell cpus with HT. The only thing i could find was the improvement in BF3, But much more interesting was the win rar improvement was like 40% that is a very substantial improvement. I wish someone would do a top to bottom I7 CPU performance review comparing all the cpu test done when a new cpu is tested.That would include thorough testing including gaming,sisoft sandra,AID 3dmark all the test a new cpu goes through
I wonder if overclock.net is up to it

IS OVERCLOCK>NET UP TO THE CHALLENGE????? i bloody hope so:)

So far i have not seen any comparison core parking enabled and core parking disabled on i7 sandy and ivy cpus,along with gulftown and lynnfield i7s also. I am sure of it a lot of people would like to know.

If anyone knows of a such article please email me the link at vargis14@gmail.com it would be greatly appreciated.
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