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Congratz man.
I got the asus M5a99x Evo. not sure if yours is the upgrade to mine or if mine is the upgrade to yours lol. I love my board but i know what you mean with all the bios settings but once you get your head around them you'll discover its a great bios lol

Yeah this BIOS will be the biggest challenge. I've never got into VRM Frequency Timings so that should be interesing.

I was a little disappointed that I wasn't able to save the sticker off the VRM heatsink. Since it blocks airflow from my Zalman cooler, I removed it, hoping to stick it to my case. It's destroyed lol.
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The first oc was a rough attempt before upping things like cpu/nb and nb/ht voltages. I just stuck it where I thought it would be stable on the first go and then I tuned it later. Mostly I was just trying to make sure it wasn't a lemon. Socket temps can get around 62c due to 25/26 local air ambient and 35 case ambient. Also that Aegir is one of the top air coolers and is only topped by the 240's in water, as far as 120radiator water setups, this will outpace them. You can look up the marks the Aegir got on frostytechs review of the H100 as it is listed in that review.
125w tests
http://www.frostytech.com/articleview.cfm?articleid=2665&page=6
150w and 85w tests
http://www.frostytech.com/articleview.cfm?articleid=2665&page=7
So in short, 54c was the max vcore temps (56 @ 4.7 but didn't post it) with IBT+Cinebench running at the same time to really squeeze it, 62c'ish at socket. Medium LLC reduces board local ambient temp near socket, higher than that adds 5c. It isn't the clock that you get the heat from, it is the voltage/amperage consumption and local socket temp increase from the vrm based on it's load stress, I either have a really cherry chip, or people throw way more voltage at their clocks than they need due to not refining their other voltages and timings.
I won't take offense to it, I have posted many many many screenshots of my setup and it's benchmarks, as well as various configs showing fsb vs nb vs ht, with in the end memory timing had the most impact of all. : /
I did also post in the Data Collection thread all actual voltages and timings used. (As for arctic? hardly, room likes to sit around 80F.)
Edit: something I missed in your comment, my stock vcore voltage at 4ghz is not 1.416, it is set to 1.416 to drop back down to 1.356 at max load which is just a hair above the 4ghz base stock voltage my chip had. Medium LLC doesn't push voltage like High or Extreme, especially when you have Capacities set to 100% so it cannot exceed the set mark.
As far as water goes, I see it as junk unless it's a real 240mm or bigger kit, not a gimpy h90 120mm rad cooler or even worse a lower model. As for 4.6ghz, the thermals aren't enough wattage to overtax the aircooler, if I want stable 4.8 or higher, it no longer has the capability to keep up and a 240+ kit is needed.

Thanks for not taking offence man. I wasn't doubting you at all. Just wondered how you get so low temp with that cooler that was all. IM new to overclocking and still alot to learn. Ive only ever overclocked multi and fsb and just played with vcore. Itching to mess with the other voltages though im trying to find out what the max voltages are as i cant afford to fry my board and replace it befroe xmas due to having 4 kids biggrin.gif

I got Noctua NH-U12P-SE2 CPU Cooler NH-U12P and you are getting alot better temps than i am. On this cooler i hit my limit at 4.7ghz with a Full load core temp of 60oC socket temp 68oC and vcore at 1.392

Im just compiling my results for the google docs and ill add it soon.

Cheers Man
Edited by gertruude - 11/26/12 at 10:40am
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Thanks for not taking offence man. I wasn't doubting you at all. Just wondered how you get so low temp with that cooler that was all. IM new to overclocking and still alot to learn. Ive only ever overclocked multi and fsb and just played with vcore. Itching to mess with the other voltages though im trying to find out what the max voltages are as i cant afford to fry my board and replace it befroe xmas due to having 4 kids biggrin.gif
I got Noctua NH-U12P-SE2 CPU Cooler NH-U12P and you are getting alot better temps than i am. On this cooler i hit my limit at 4.7ghz with a core temp of 60oC socket temp 68oC and vcore at 1.392
Im just compiling my results for the google docs and ill add it soon.
Cheers Man
Is that on an 8350 or an 8320? Either way, the U12, is rated even on 150w thermal to be around 6 to 7c hotter running than the Aegir I have, there's only a hand full of aircoolers that compete with the low end water loops before having to go to a 240mm kit. On another note, yeah, the downside to cranking it up, is the thermal envelope just climbs like crazy, and after 4.6 it starts to jump badly, even on the 8350, 4.8 was to much (had a bench of that and cpuid verify but the core temps were peaking 60 and socket was popping on 69), I wouldn't push air anywhere near that. So went back to 4.6 and fussed with more timing stuff to get better results. ;p
Edited by endevite - 11/26/12 at 10:46am
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Is that on an 8350 or an 8320?

8350 and damn i shouldve done my homework on the cooler lol. Though i am happy with it im just a little pissed that yours with being £15-20 cheaper is better at handling the 8350 than mine tongue.gif
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8350

Still not bad for an 8350, I would have called it a cherry pick if it was an 8320 running at those voltages. ;p
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Still not bad for an 8350, I would have called it a cherry pick if it was an 8320 running at those voltages. ;p

http://valid.canardpc.com/2586850 heres my best i got on the 8320 but i sold it to get the 8350 lol
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http://valid.canardpc.com/2586850 heres my best i got on the 8320 but i sold it to get the 8350 lol

That wasn't bad either, I've seen people have to cram 1.45v just to get 4.6 stable on those 8320's.
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That wasn't bad either, I've seen people have to cram 1.45v just to get 4.6 stable on those 8320's.

Yeah ive read about the high voltages. Anyhow man im playing about with llc now see if i can get it down to medium and see how the temps are for me. ILL post as soon as i get stable.

Is it better to run standard 20 times or very high 20 times as very high takes alot longer lol. I been running standard 20xs today for my overclocks
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Yeah ive read about the high voltages. Anyhow man im playing about with llc now see if i can get it down to medium and see how the temps are for me. ILL post as soon as i get stable.
Is it better to run standard 20 times or very high 20 times as very high takes alot longer lol. I been running standard 20xs today for my overclocks

Well, since you are on air, you can do standard, but I would toss in cinebench at the same time, then it will tax everything, not just flops calcs. Running both I can push 2c more than IBT alone.
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http://valid.canardpc.com/2586850 heres my best i got on the 8320 but i sold it to get the 8350 lol

That wasn't bad either, I've seen people have to cram 1.45v just to get 4.6 stable on those 8320's.

Like me, i was up to 1.4875 just to get 4.6 stable. i now have an 8350 and have 4.6 stable on 1.426
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