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After reading many reviews of 8370, I wanted to ask if it worth to sell my 8350 which is clocked to 4,7 GHz and to buy the 8370 which as I read to various sites it has better thermal behavior and overclockability than the 8350. I believe that 4,9 - 5,0 GHz are very easy for my setup and for this CPU.

So should I make this step?
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@Chopper1591
You could try something like this, a couple small chipset fans.

LL

@Cssorkinman
$500 for Kingpins that'sgoing to ruffle some feathers for those trying to sell used. That's a great price too, ya grab two thumb.gif

Yeah I know.
I have a 40mm laying here, and can buy another, but those won't push as much air as a 80.
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I was able to mount a 92mm Delta fan to my D-Tek Fusion water block to cool my VRM"s and it works very well...

http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/de92ffhisp.html


Haha, yeah.
Those are even worse on my ears, but will work good no doubt.
If you read my previous posts I was talking about wanting a rather silent one.
Doubting about the Nocta of Noiseblocker 80mm's.

But, I don't know if I can manage to secure it.
Seen the measure photo?
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these are my 80mm Deltas


Lol.
That's even worse.
But, kudo's. Your vrm's must be very cool.

Can I ask how you mounted those?
Looks like a metal plate screwed to the exhaust fan.
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After reading many reviews of 8370, I wanted to ask if it worth to sell my 8350 which is clocked to 4,7 GHz and to buy the 8370 which as I read to various sites it has better thermal behavior and overclockability than the 8350. I believe that 4,9 - 5,0 GHz are very easy for my setup and for this CPU.

So should I make this step?

Thats really up to you.
Do you run stuff that really need a higher clock?
And, if you do sell it, how much do you need to pay extra.

Also note. these are clocked at 4.0/4.3. So if you are unlucky you could even get a chip that won't clock to 4.7....
Roll of the dice here.
You might as well just buy an 9590 instead. That will give you at least an 4.7 clock.
    
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Yeah I know.
I have a 40mm laying here, and can buy another, but those won't push as much air as a 80.
Haha, yeah.
Those are even worse on my ears, but will work good no doubt.
If you read my previous posts I was talking about wanting a rather silent one.
Doubting about the Nocta of Noiseblocker 80mm's.

But, I don't know if I can manage to secure it.
Seen the measure photo?
Lol.
That's even worse.
But, kudo's. Your vrm's must be very cool.

Can I ask how you mounted those?
Looks like a metal plate screwed to the exhaust fan.
Thats really up to you.
Do you run stuff that really need a higher clock?
And, if you do sell it, how much do you need to pay extra.

Also note. these are clocked at 4.0/4.3. So if you are unlucky you could even get a chip that won't clock to 4.7....
Roll of the dice here.
You might as well just buy an 9590 instead. That will give you at least an 4.7 clock.

You should know though, these deltas scale nicely with PWM control or BIOS settings.

4000 RPM max, down to less than 50% duty cycle. Or a minimum of 35% at the BIOS IIRC. What that means, you can configure them to spin at lower RPM when temp is minimal. Or, pump them harder at high temps.

The word is Headroom baby! tongue.gif

On noise, depending on your noise floor, but about 70% duty cycle would be silent or unnoticeable with all other fans spinning. Mine ears are maybe deaf but my GPU at 60% fan speed is waY louder. biggrin.gif

Mounting them was aided by an angular aluminum that is mounted to the rear fan. Easy as drilling them holes.
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I have had an 8320 for a long time but never really overclocked it much due to not having a board I was comfortable pushing it with. I just recently got a first rev Sabertooth99FX. I have a C70 loaded with case fans. As for cpu cooling I have a Thermalrite Extreme 140. So nothing major. I overclocked the thing to 4.4 GHz and ran Prime95 for two hours while I surfed the web. Ran great. But I noticed the thing was emitting some serious heat out the exhaust fans. I never noticed my Thubans heating up like this at 4.0 GHz. I have an A10-5800K at 4.6 MHz and nothing like the 8320 as far as heating up. I was running AMD overdrive and I had plenty of thermal margin at 4.4. But I have weak cpu cooling so 4.4 is good for me.
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You should know though, these deltas scale nicely with PWM control or BIOS settings.

4000 RPM max, down to less than 50% duty cycle. Or a minimum of 35% at the BIOS IIRC. What that means, you can configure them to spin at lower RPM when temp is minimal. Or, pump them harder at high temps.

The word is Headroom baby! tongue.gif

On noise, depending on your noise floor, but about 70% duty cycle would be silent or unnoticeable with all other fans spinning. Mine ears are maybe deaf but my GPU at 60% fan speed is waY louder. biggrin.gif

Mounting them was aided by an angular aluminum that is mounted to the rear fan. Easy as drilling them holes.

Will probably grab a aluminum plate and make it myself. Seems like the easiest and most secure way to mount it.
Tried using double sided tape but it kept on falling off. tongue.gif

Care to give me a little info on how you use the pwm function?

Can I set the pwm function according to the vcore temp?
I can also connect it to my fan controller, still have one channel unused.


Don't you think this should be enough to tone it done a bit?
http://tweakers.net/pricewatch/415491/noctua-nf-a9-pwm-92mm/specificaties/

92mm
78.9 m3/h / 46cf/m
22.8db
PWM
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@m00ter Hey man if you want to achieve higher overclocks then you will surely want some active VRM cooling. It can help a ton and need not look like a dogs breakfast inside your case either. Het you some paint similar to your VRM heatsink your the colour theme you are building to and paint a fan!


I'll give it a go!

Just got the carbide 540 up and running, with the new 2x8GB of RAM and she's currently at 52.4C on the core 25mins into a prime blend test @ 4.8Ghz and 1.5v on the core at load. So a good 8C cooler with the new case!




Might be able to back the volts off a bit more too now the NB + HT are at 2400, same as the RAM.

Socket temps at 57C too which is loads better than before. Compartmenalising the components really does seem to make a difference.

@Mega_Man - what would you suggest the cpu / nb voltage is set to until i get some vrm cooling going on?
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I'll give it a go!

Just got the carbide 540 up and running, with the new 2x8GB of RAM and she's currently at 52.4C on the core 25mins into a prime blend test @ 4.8Ghz and 1.5v on the core at load. So a good 8C cooler with the new case!

Might be able to back the volts off a bit more too now the NB + HT are at 2400, same as the RAM.

Socket temps at 57C too which is loads better than before. Compartmenalising the components really does seem to make a difference.

@Mega_Man - what would you suggest the cpu / nb voltage is set to until i get some vrm cooling going on?

depends on mobo try 1.25-1.35
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I'll give it a go!

Just got the carbide 540 up and running, with the new 2x8GB of RAM and she's currently at 52.4C on the core 25mins into a prime blend test @ 4.8Ghz and 1.5v on the core at load. So a good 8C cooler with the new case!




Might be able to back the volts off a bit more too now the NB + HT are at 2400, same as the RAM.

Socket temps at 57C too which is loads better than before. Compartmenalising the components really does seem to make a difference.

@Mega_Man - what would you suggest the cpu / nb voltage is set to until i get some vrm cooling going on?

Mine is at 1.275v @ a 2578 cpu-nb clock. 257mhz fsb.
2400 ram @ 9-11-11-28-39-1T


Waiting on my ordered fan to put on the vrm's.
    
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49mins in and 54.6C on the core, 61C socket. I'm happy with that! I'll leave it running for a while longer but 40mins of prime is way more than I'd ever subject it to gaming so am pretty happy.

How do I know what my vrm temps are anyway?

T2 is saying 56C, is that it?

I just took the panel off and touched them and they are warm but nowhere near what my girly hands would call hot. Might see if i can borrow a laser temp gun.
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Why 780ti so much costs still? its 2 generation old GPU. In my countries it costs 590€ eek.gif
And thats cheapest on and model is GTX780TI-DC2OC-3GD5

eh.. 780 ti is bearly a generation old... 900 JUST dropped and 800 was skipped. and still trades blows when overclocked.

It was the last or second last Kepler card to drop (750 and 750ti are maxwell)

@css

ti's are mighty fine. biggrin.gif:thumb:

You have a 290x Lightning as well don't you?

How do you like it?

Also, just noticed the link in your sig for this thread, nice idea man, you deserve some rep for that one smile.gif

Why thank you biggrin.gif

The lightning is nice., right now its residing in my Kaveri, ..kuz mantel. it has that fan bug thing that apparently is fixed in a new bios but i've yet to find the bios in the live update.

It was performing almost at par with my 780 TI until i got a modded bios for the Ti, it might still edge it out in a few games.
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