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Sorry, if it involves 130$ naah..big NO for me.

For the rads, I have a couple of 360s for the CPU alone. Is that enough? NO. For the OC that I wanted, NO. My chip needs 1.6 for 4.8 alone. And that rad space is no longer enough given my ambient.

VRM stays within 70C at 1.625 at max VRM switching freq.

So in the end, depends on you. tongue.gif

Yeah, ok.
You convinced me.

Cash is going towards a new Ducky keyboard this round.

But that is some massive voltage you need. I feel sorry.
Mine takes around 1.487-1.493v for 4.8, depending on the ram settings.

Water cooling parts are somewhat more expensive here....
Prices were like: 45 on the nb block, 35 on the vrm block+12 on the Transfer-plate plus fittings and some tubing.
Shipped is about 120-130 euro. 125 euro = 157 USD.

redface.gif


Which fan(s) can you advice to slam on the existing vrm sink?
I just hate the noise some of the 40mm fans make.


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yes works fine on all but my giga board, which does not have a socket sensor and BSOD if apm is on
really it is up to you if you want to watercool them

Missed your response there, Mega.

Such a safe and true reply. biggrin.gif
I kinda really want to do it. But does it really help all that much at the cpu clock.?
Most likely I will settle with a 5.0 clock anyway. If I can make it stable with acceptable voltages.
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After seeing red's subs I couldn't resist.





And here's one I ran last night

1.7+v...yikes! I have not had my 8350;s above 1.536v. I guess it's time to push things biggrin.gif 0
nice OC J.thumb.gif

Thanks Red, These things get really thirsty once the speed gets up there. I used to push 1.8 into the 8350 quite regularly. This ones a bit more sensitive that way.
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Yeah, ok.
You convinced me.

Cash is going towards a new Ducky keyboard this round.

But that is some massive voltage you need. I feel sorry.
Mine takes around 1.487-1.493v for 4.8, depending on the ram settings.

Water cooling parts are somewhat more expensive here....
Prices were like: 45 on the nb block, 35 on the vrm block+12 on the Transfer-plate plus fittings and some tubing.
Shipped is about 120-130 euro. 125 euro = 157 USD.

redface.gif


Which fan(s) can you advice to slam on the existing vrm sink?
I just hate the noise some of the 40mm fans make.


Edit:
Missed your response there, Mega.

Such a safe and true reply. biggrin.gif
I kinda really want to do it. But does it really help all that much at the cpu clock.?
Most likely I will settle with a 5.0 clock anyway. If I can make it stable with acceptable voltages.

Im using 80mm Deltas that spin up to 4k rpm. You can tone them down at the bios with a custom fan profile or use speedfan.

I have them maxed out at the moment. Partly because my 290 is a ref design that is noisy as well.

Helps with socket temps too. tongue.gif
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For Chopper1591

I'm using two 50mm fans


I bought them at a local UK store called Maplins at 4.99 each

http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/maplin-50mm-black-pc-case-fan-n49qt
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Thanks Red, These things get really thirsty once the speed gets up there. I used to push 1.8 into the 8350 quite regularly. This ones a bit more sensitive that way.
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

Im using 80mm Deltas that spin up to 4k rpm. You can tone them down at the bios with a custom fan profile or use speedfan.

I have them maxed out at the moment. Partly because my 290 is a ref design that is noisy as well.

Helps with socket temps too. tongue.gif

Alright, thanks.
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For Chopper1591

I'm using two 50mm fans


I bought them at a local UK store called Maplins at 4.99 each

http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/maplin-50mm-black-pc-case-fan-n49qt

Yeah I have a mini-kaze 40mm still in the box laying around here.
Will probably grab another one and slam those two on the sink.

It are 3500rpm versions, box says 14dBa. A whooping 4.11cfm.

LOL


Back on the overclocking.
I try to roll the fsb/Multi combo route now.

Somehow my G.skills like to run 2400 @ 1T now. With stock fsb it would auto @ 2T.

Can somebody tell me how that is possible?



Don't know if it is because of the cpu clock, but performance is kinda worse compared to 2400 2T.



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For Chopper1591

I'm using two 50mm fans


I bought them at a local UK store called Maplins at 4.99 each

http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/maplin-50mm-black-pc-case-fan-n49qt

As an alternative that is quieter and will keep the VRM and NB area in the 40's (I have a Saber as well)

 

this fan is an 80mm Xigmatek that runs @ 2300 RPM @ 19dB. placed on the VRM heatsink it cools everything around it and the VRM/NB stay at 38-42c

(I do not like board blocks, they mess with the flow/restriction of the loop)

 

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As an alternative that is quieter and will keep the VRM and NB area in the 40's (I have a Saber as well)

this fan is an 80mm Xigmatek that runs @ 2300 RPM @ 19dB. placed on the VRM heatsink it cools everything around it and the VRM/NB stay at 38-42c
(I do not like board blocks, they mess with the flow/restriction of the loop)



Hmm..
That is also a good idea indead.
Can it just be screwed between the fins of the vrm sink? I've had 2 noiseblockers zip tied in some crappy way on the sink. They both died.
Well died... they became very noisy so I think the bearing got messed somehow.


Edit:
The performance of the ram was off.
I actually had the timings wrong.

The 2400 1T bench was @ 9-11-11-31-42-1T
And compared it to the 2400 9-11-11-28-39-2T, which was faster somehow.


This time I did 9-11-11-28-39 @ 1T

Edited by Chopper1591 - 10/10/14 at 9:09am
    
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I was lucky with the cougar 120 I have on my vrm sink it fit snugly between the rear fan in my case and the inlet fitting on my block perfectly.... no strain on the fitting no issues with vibration or fan noise. Did not need to have it mounted I'd say I could throw the case and it would stay put lol
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As an alternative that is quieter and will keep the VRM and NB area in the 40's (I have a Saber as well)

this fan is an 80mm Xigmatek that runs @ 2300 RPM @ 19dB. placed on the VRM heatsink it cools everything around it and the VRM/NB stay at 38-42c
(I do not like board blocks, they mess with the flow/restriction of the loop)


Hmm..
That is also a good idea indead.
Can it just be screwed between the fins of the vrm sink? I've had 2 noiseblockers zip tied in some crappy way on the sink. They both died.
Well died... they became very noisy so I think the bearing got messed somehow.


Edit:
The performance of the ram was off.
I actually had the timings wrong.

The 2400 1T bench was @ 9-11-11-31-42-1T
And compared it to the 2400 9-11-11-28-39-2T, which was faster somehow.


This time I did 9-11-11-28-39 @ 1T

Hi Chopper,

Indeed you can. just find the right sized screw with fine machine threads and it tightens it up to the heatsink.

The downflow spreads out and keeps a surprisingly large area cool.

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Red Im waiting for your article and have your BIOS configuration to know what to move on the UD7 990FX BIOS. biggrin.gif
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