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post #7891 of 33641
It didn't take me long to get back on the horse.. Just like the first time I chickened out sticking the razor blade into my processor and ended up putting my computer back together only to retry succesfully a week later.

OK so here goes.. On the Asrock extreme6 motherboard, LLC set to 2 (second highest), turbo set to +0.004v (lowest setting), using fixed voltage values in bios, and measuring load voltage using a digital multimeter during prime95 ver.27.9 small ffts (12k)


Multiplier Used Bios setting CPU-Z 1.62 x64 Digital Multi-meter
____________ __________ ______________ _________________
36 1.100v 1.080v 1.117v
36 1.150v 1.128v 1.168v
36 1.200v 1.176v 1.220v
36 1.250v 1.224v 1.270v
36 1.300v 1.272v 1.322v
36 1.350v 1.320v 1.373v
36 1.400v 1.376v 1.426v
36 1.450v 1.416v 1.478v
49 1.450v 1.416v 1.488v
49 1.500v 1.464v 1.540v
49 offset= -0.010v ; turbo= +0.207v 1.368v 1.438v

You guys are welcome to take from this what you will. But it seems that the BIOS setting is more closely matched to what is going on than the CPU-z reading. Also when turbo offset is used the gap between CPU-z and the DMM seems increase.
post #7892 of 33641
Didn't format right but first column is multi, second is bios, third is CPU-z, and fourth is the DMM
post #7893 of 33641
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Didn't format right but first column is multi, second is bios, third is CPU-z, and fourth is the DMM

Ouch! quite a big difference...and interesting how turbo works. Really odd.
post #7894 of 33641
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QFT! tongue.gif
Ah, benchers...
One thing we'd need to stress test is our clear cmos button to see if it resists being pressed 30 times a day xD

I've been testing mine on the ud3h a lot lately, working too well. I really wish it was just a bit farther away from the reset button, I'm hitting the clear cmos by accident about half the time.

My best cpus never even get IBT, my 2600k has still never seen a 60° load temp. Good HW is for benching, if it is gonna degrade, it will be from vcore, not extended loading (wprime 1024m is the stress test for them).
    
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I've been testing mine on the ud3h a lot lately, working too well. I really wish it was just a bit farther away from the reset button, I'm hitting the clear cmos by accident about half the time.

My best cpus never even get IBT, my 2600k has still never seen a 60° load temp. Good HW is for benching, if it is gonna degrade, it will be from vcore, not extended loading (wprime 1024m is the stress test for them).

Ah, 1024m wprime...yeah, you're right. That sucker was slow on my G620 lol
post #7896 of 33641
I was changing my setup and going with water cooling instead of air cooling. Since I won't be putting the sealant back on the chip after delid their will be a smaller gap between the IHS and the DIE. Is this going to be a problem with pressure from the CPU water block after tightening the bolts? I don't want to shatter the die! smile.gif

Using a Asus Maximus Formula V and a XSPC EX360 kit with a Raystorm CPU block.

Thanx!
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As long as the IHS is there it should be OK, it'll help distribute the pressure on the die. Don't think I've heard of a delidder crushing the die here yet.
    
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As long as the IHS is there it should be OK, it'll help distribute the pressure on the die. Don't think I've heard of a delidder crushing the die here yet.

I haven't either, besides when they do direct DIE contact... I just wanted to make sure. Thanx!
post #7899 of 33641
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It depends what you're trying to get out of your chip. Someone said earlier that it is a great board if you have no plans of going past 4.6-4.7GHz. And I would say that's pretty accurate.

I haven't had any experience with the latter but my experience with then extreme 4 has been nothing short of fantastic. Able to overclock stable 5.2GHz
Edited by ByeByeFive - 1/11/13 at 8:00pm
post #7900 of 33641
I sold the old chip for $150 here on OCN. The buyer wants me to tack the IHS down for him so it doesn't move in shipping or installation. A dab of the black silicon adhesive in each corner should do the trick right?
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