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I havent yet installed my cooler i right now lapping it
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Delid your CPU. tongue.gif

Cheers Guys: drunken.gif
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in other news, my computer needs a clean up... the fan filters are getting choked... hehehe

switched up my TIM purchase this time. I wonder if Gelid extreme will improve my temps over MX-4 (i'm not expecting a change btw)

I'm likely also to switch up where i put my rads. I think top mounting both will be sufficient biggrin.gif
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Delid your CPU. tongue.gif

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No cpu is too expensive to risk with lapping or delliding, i lapp my heatsink because its used on and have sctrached on
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I havent yet installed my cooler i right now lapping it

Have you not tested the CPU before lapping the CPU? Mainly for a performance comparison (before and after)??

EDIT: oh, lapping the CPU cooler? Well, did you still test it beforehand?
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I would say the reason 95% of people that go for 5ghz can't get there is that they are held back by cooling.

Some chip with need stupid overkill cooling to hit 5ghz, some do not.

I think there are 2 maybe 3 members that had legitimately good cooling that their chips couldn't do it.. Madgoat comes to mind. the chip is rarely the factor holding anyone back.

If you are not using a top tier board (UD5+, Saberkitty+, and the black voodoo of CSSORKIN with MSI ) 5ghz is a mighty challenge, indeed.

my chip needs 1.53v+ under-load to manage 4.75-4.76, give me 420mm of rad space, 5ghz will likely be easy, albeit with stupid volts.


So true.

Dude, count me in to them.. lol with an ambient of under 20s maybe I can stabilize a 5.0 with IBT AVX. But I am yet to try it. My System shuts down at 1.7 Volts in the BIOS. That might also be my limit.

I am yet to use my High Speed Fans on the rig but I reckon too little help will be gained from them with a rad space of 840mm X 120mm and both dual rows at 45mm.

System is stable at 4.85 with 1.620 Vcore but still toasting. tongue.gif

You need a better block.

Rad space and fans are only part of the equation. Even with a 8350 clocked hich a good 240mm rad is enough for the CPU. The problem is heat removal at the source.

Block, paste, tubing size, pump strength, rad size, rad material, rad pipe count, fan pressure. It all matters. If you honestly have a 480 and a 360 for the CPU alone, you wasted a huge amount of money. A 360 is enough for a 8350 and one GPU if it's of even "ok" quality.
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Delid your CPU. tongue.gif

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Have you not tested the CPU before lapping the CPU? Mainly for a performance comparison (before and after)??
No im lapping my heatsink because its used one and have schratces on it.
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I would say the reason 95% of people that go for 5ghz can't get there is that they are held back by cooling.

Some chip with need stupid overkill cooling to hit 5ghz, some do not.

I think there are 2 maybe 3 members that had legitimately good cooling that their chips couldn't do it.. Madgoat comes to mind. the chip is rarely the factor holding anyone back.

If you are not using a top tier board (UD5+, Saberkitty+, and the black voodoo of CSSORKIN with MSI ) 5ghz is a mighty challenge, indeed.

my chip needs 1.53v+ under-load to manage 4.75-4.76, give me 420mm of rad space, 5ghz will likely be easy, albeit with stupid volts.
All new series amd cpus (90-95%) can go 4.9+ ghz 8320e, 8370e and 8370 you guys use too old cpus and maybe thats why you cant go big five so thats my fault i didnt say what cpus i meaned, hope you guys dont hate me long for that redface.gif

I think the biggest cause for consternation is the differences in what people think constitutes a legitimate 5 ghz clockspeed. Originally in this thread the requirement was to finish 10 passes of IBT AVX with stable results at 5ghz. Others like to see Prime run endlessly at a given clock before considering it to be legit.

I've had 6 , 8 core Vishera's all of them could validate at 5ghz, only 2 of them have been able to prime with all 8 cores at that speed using what most people would call the best motherboard a serious custom loop and a helluva psu.
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You need a better block.

Rad space and fans are only part of the equation. Even with a 8350 clocked hich a good 240mm rad is enough for the CPU. The problem is heat removal at the source.

Block, paste, tubing size, pump strength, rad size, rad material, rad pipe count, fan pressure. It all matters. If you honestly have a 480 and a 360 for the CPU alone, you wasted a huge amount of money. A 360 is enough for a 8350 and one GPU if it's of even "ok" quality.

Not sure about the block K.

I have an EK SUpreme HF and an Alphacool XP3. Can't seem to differentiate one from the other temp wise.



Sorry for the fuglies. Way not yet done Aesthetics-wise.



The 480 is up top..

Need to update my SIG. tongue.gif Alphacool XT45 and a Black Ice Xtreme III for the rads. Better than my previous EX and GT Stealth 360s that were both single rows.

Reason why there's a 480 and a 360 in there is that this will also house a couple of Blocked 290s. Add in the variance of my ambient. I basically need to lessen the Delta T as much as case forbids. thumb.gif
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You need a better block.

Rad space and fans are only part of the equation. Even with a 8350 clocked hich a good 240mm rad is enough for the CPU. The problem is heat removal at the source.

Block, paste, tubing size, pump strength, rad size, rad material, rad pipe count, fan pressure. It all matters. If you honestly have a 480 and a 360 for the CPU alone, you wasted a huge amount of money. A 360 is enough for a 8350 and one GPU if it's of even "ok" quality.

Not sure about the block K.

I have an EK SUpreme HF and an Alphacool XP3. Can't seem to differentiate one from the other temp wise.



Sorry for the fuglies. Way not yet done Aesthetics-wise.



The 480 is up top..

Need to update my SIG. tongue.gif Alphacool XT45 and a Black Ice Xtreme III for the rads. Better than my previous EX and GT Stealth 360s that were both single rows.

Reason why there's a 480 and a 360 in there is that this will also house a couple of Blocked 290s. Add in the variance of my ambient. I basically need to lessen the Delta T as much as case forbids. thumb.gif

forgive me if it is my color blindness kicking in but it that blood orange red with lime green? such a peculiar combination.
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