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I ultimately decided to stick to 4.4GHz for now. I'm very happy with my temps and performance as they are, and I had trouble getting 4.5GHz stable without adding a boatload more voltage. Not sure how much more of it my Evo could handle anyway. Yes, Gerty. I'm one of "those people."

In my quest to reduce socket temps I moved all of the cables out from behind my motherboard tray to aid in getting air flowing behind it. I'm now debating putting them back there to help with air flow elsewhere in the case. However, the HAF 912 doesn't have much space behind the motherboard tray, so I'm not sure if it'd help or harm. I also zipped most of them out of the way for the most part, so it'd be a minor improvement at best.

What do you guys think? I'm actually debating picking up one of Corsair's new SPEC cases eventually in part because I think that the wide space behind the motherboard tray would allow a lot of air to flow back there to feed the 80mm fan I've got. I also like the more direct front-to-back air flow design of the SPEC. The bottom fan would be less disruptive to air flow direction than the side fan on the HAF 912.

I'm also toying with the idea of facing my Hyper 212 Evo's intake fan downward, to exhaust toward the top of the case. My reasoning is two-fold. I've got a 200mm Megaflow exhaust fan up there, so it'll never choke on the CPU fan's exhaust, and turning it downward would allow the 200mm Megaflow front intake (I removed the middle drive cage, so it's got no obstructions) and 120mm Sickleflow side intake to both feed almost directly into it. I feel like it'd also help get rid of some of the warm air from my GPUs, and while that won't improve my CPU temps by any stretch, it'll help cool my entire system.

Oh, it'd also stop the Megaflow from stealing some of the CPU fan's intake before it reaches it. I know that's just poor planning on my part, but it overlaps the Evo's front end by a fair amount, so I'm sure it's grabbing some cold air up before it reaches the Evo.

Correct me if I'm wrong on any of this. Maybe these questions would be better suited to the air cooling forum, but you all have helped me tremendously, so I figured I'd post them here.
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post #33232 of 67355
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Originally Posted by Nisrock7863 View Post

I ultimately decided to stick to 4.4GHz for now. I'm very happy with my temps and performance as they are, and I had trouble getting 4.5GHz stable without adding a boatload more voltage. Not sure how much more of it my Evo could handle anyway. Yes, Gerty. I'm one of "those people."

In my quest to reduce socket temps I moved all of the cables out from behind my motherboard tray to aid in getting air flowing behind it. I'm now debating putting them back there to help with air flow elsewhere in the case. However, the HAF 912 doesn't have much space behind the motherboard tray, so I'm not sure if it'd help or harm. I also zipped most of them out of the way for the most part, so it'd be a minor improvement at best.

What do you guys think? I'm actually debating picking up one of Corsair's new SPEC cases eventually in part because I think that the wide space behind the motherboard tray would allow a lot of air to flow back there to feed the 80mm fan I've got. I also like the more direct front-to-back air flow design of the SPEC. The bottom fan would be less disruptive to air flow direction than the side fan on the HAF 912.

I'm also toying with the idea of facing my Hyper 212 Evo's intake fan downward, to exhaust toward the top of the case. My reasoning is two-fold. I've got a 200mm Megaflow exhaust fan up there, so it'll never choke on the CPU fan's exhaust, and turning it downward would allow the 200mm Megaflow front intake (I removed the middle drive cage, so it's got no obstructions) and 120mm Sickleflow side intake to both feed almost directly into it. I feel like it'd also help get rid of some of the warm air from my GPUs, and while that won't improve my CPU temps by any stretch, it'll help cool my entire system.

Oh, it'd also stop the Megaflow from stealing some of the CPU fan's intake before it reaches it. I know that's just poor planning on my part, but it overlaps the Evo's front end by a fair amount, so I'm sure it's grabbing some cold air up before it reaches the Evo.

Correct me if I'm wrong on any of this. Maybe these questions would be better suited to the air cooling forum, but you all have helped me tremendously, so I figured I'd post them here.

Not too sure who are you debating to.. lol tongue.gif

But for cooling your rig, i'd suggest nothing more but get a better cooler..

That 212 won't give you spectacular clocks for these FXs..

Edit:

for simple reasons,

A better air cooler won't cost you as much as a better case will.

That HAF you got is already a Good case.
Edited by mus1mus - 4/7/14 at 8:04pm
post #33233 of 67355
You're right. I'm probably just overthinking this. My core temps aren't crazy high, just the socket, and that's a cheap and easy fix - cut a hole and mount the 80mm fan I've got back there already so it's getting cool, outside air.
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Just installed my team vulcan dd3 2400 on my asus sabertooth 990fx rev 2.0. Went into the bios and vuala, 2400 speed is available! set it to that, and had to up the NB speed to 2400 because 2200 is no longer supported at this speed. Gonna see what happens and post my results! thumb.gif
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Just installed my team vulcan dd3 2400 on my asus sabertooth 990fx rev 2.0. Went into the bios and vuala, 2400 speed is available! set it to that, and had to up the NB speed to 2400 because 2200 is no longer supported at this speed. Gonna see what happens and post my results! thumb.gif
Well While you talk about getting your RAM! Look what was waiting for me on my bed today!

Yip another 2133 CL11 kit. It got a little beat up in transit but they are all good! These are V3.24 so that means they are Micron IC's. They are different from my original kit which are v4.21 which are Samsung IC's. Now I know my Sammie was happy running 2400MHz 9-10-12-31 1T. I hope these Micron's can match it! I have downclocked them to 2000MHz for the time being until I rebuild my loop and do all my overclocking again!

Old Sammy based kit.

New Micron based kit.


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. Yes, Gerty. I'm one of "those people."
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Im not sure what u mean by this and im pretty sure i not seen u before thumb.gif
Edited by gertruude - 4/8/14 at 9:35am
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Did you see my drawing gerty? i made it specially for you tongue.gif
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Well While you talk about getting your RAM! Look what was waiting for me on my bed today!

Yip another 2133 CL11 kit. It got a little beat up in transit but they are all good! These are V3.24 so that means they are Micron IC's. They are different from my original kit which are v4.21 which are Samsung IC's. Now I know my Sammie was happy running 2400MHz 9-10-12-31 1T. I hope these Micron's can match it! I have downclocked them to 2000MHz for the time being until I rebuild my loop and do all my overclocking again!

Old Sammy based kit.

New Micron based kit.


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Seems a nice kit you got there man, good luck with it thumb.gif
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Well While you talk about getting your RAM! Look what was waiting for me on my bed today!

Yip another 2133 CL11 kit. It got a little beat up in transit but they are all good! These are V3.24 so that means they are Micron IC's. They are different from my original kit which are v4.21 which are Samsung IC's. Now I know my Sammie was happy running 2400MHz 9-10-12-31 1T. I hope these Micron's can match it! I have downclocked them to 2000MHz for the time being until I rebuild my loop and do all my overclocking again!

Old Sammy based kit.

New Micron based kit.


RAM ADDICT wheee.gif

Seems a nice kit you got there man, good luck with it thumb.gif
See I have been running 4GB x 2 for a while and I have been ok with that. But BF4 always seemed to stutter a lot for me at ultra (no AA) settings at 1080P and it was annoying me. I saw that my PC was paging stuff to the HDD causeing my whole system to lag. Did some research and apparently BF 4 can use up to 10GB's of RAM at 1080 Ultra. So I decided upgrade time. Now I was stuck between 2 x 8GB or another 2 x 4GB to add to the 8 that I already have. I went the cheapest option. So yeah. I was hoping I would get matching kits (IC's). But alas it was not to be. But I hope the new kit plays well with the older kit! wink.gif

On a side note. You guys seen those Vengeance Extreme kits? wubsmiley.gif 3000MHz CL14 at 1.65v. Wouldn't mind me some of that. But it might cause FX's IMC to explode from the awesomness!
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