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My ram is at 1600Mhz so guess the best is multi.
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Jason, from personal experience I would not go with anything lower than an H100i on that chip.... I had an H80 and in the summer I always had to down clock to around 4.4ghz so that when I was video editing it wouldn't get too hot. In the winter I could get away with 4.6 ghz... now mine required around 1.35vcore for 4.4 and 1.43 or so for 4.6ghz... beyond that I never could even test fully for stability even on a cold day, and I'm not the biggest stability tester... I only ran ITB on very high... sooo now I have a decent custom loop and temps are great even at 4.8 ghz with 1.53 vcore... haven't had it long enough to see how it will act in summer... but I'm sure it will hold given how its acting under long term high stress.

edit: one thing I should mention... the corsair series comes with nice fans that can be heard from Scotland... so I replaced mine with something a bit quieter, but still good airflow... That did have some effect on my thermals... but not much... the corsair fans were better by about 2C or so.
Edited by Minotaurtoo - 2/4/14 at 2:26am
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Jason, from personal experience I would not go with anything lower than an H100i on that chip.... I had an H80 and in the summer I always had to down clock to around 4.4ghz so that when I was video editing it wouldn't get too hot. In the winter I could get away with 4.6 ghz... now mine required around 1.35vcore for 4.4 and 1.43 or so for 4.6ghz... beyond that I never could even test fully for stability even on a cold day, and I'm not the biggest stability tester... I only ran ITB on very high... sooo now I have a decent custom loop and temps are great even at 4.8 ghz with 1.53 vcore... haven't had it long enough to see how it will act in summer... but I'm sure it will hold given how its acting under long term high stress.

edit: one thing I should mention... the corsair series comes with nice fans that can be heard from Scotland... so I replaced mine with something a bit quieter, but still good airflow... That did have some effect on my thermals... but not much... the corsair fans were better by about 2C or so.

Damn. Guess these chips do run hot. Ever undervolted your chip?
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yes.. I could go under stock volts and run 4.2ghz as low as 1.3vcore with high LLC it stayed nice and cool at that voltage on my old H80
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Jason, I guess I missed it, but I just read your rig in your sig, and noticed you have the 6300,.... for some reason I thought you had the 8 core cpu.... still wouldn't go with an H60 though... don't think two cores less will help that much... especially if you have hot ambient temps in the summer. for the price a H100i would likely be your best bet for a decent OC
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Jason, I guess I missed it, but I just read your rig in your sig, and noticed you have the 6300,.... for some reason I thought you had the 8 core cpu.... still wouldn't go with an H60 though... don't think two cores less will help that much... especially if you have hot ambient temps in the summer. for the price a H100i would likely be your best bet for a decent OC

There's quite a difference in temps with the 6350 vs 8350

Bought my son the 6350 and at 5ghz i was at 45C full load underwater
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The H100i costs around 130$. So that's quite expensive. When I lock 2 cores and run it as a quad there's around a 12c-15c difference in temps.
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Still getting these issues with my HWiNFO64:
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That's running @ 1.296 V load. VRMs topped out @ 60°C

Something to worry about? I get it even when CnQ is disabled too.
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Hey guys, Can someone give me some advice?

I'm very new to water cooling and i'm not sure if a D5 Photon pump/res will be able to feed this setup.



This was a (really) rough and quick mock-up of how i want it to go but i'm hoping some helpful users might be able to point out the flaws and help me correct them smile.gif
 
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Hey guys, Can someone give me some advice?

I'm very new to water cooling and i'm not sure if a D5 Photon pump/res will be able to feed this setup.



This was a (really) rough and quick mock-up of how i want it to go but i'm hoping some helpful users might be able to point out the flaws and help me correct them smile.gif

I am honestly far more interested in how you think you're going to fit a res and a D5 above the GPUs and behind the CPU in a space that's maybe 180mm tall and 140mm deep in a large case, complete with MOFSET block under it and Rad ports above it.

You know, since it's this big:

Edited by KyadCK - 2/4/14 at 4:51am
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