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1.524v underload

wouldn't complain, just saying tongue.gif

Wow, ya I guess your rite. Plus my cooling would not handle that kind of voltage anyways. redface.gif
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post #44572 of 67694
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ya.. i got a piggy on my hands.. oh well still performs great.

I guess I have a piggy too because I need 1.572v for IBT stable 4.93ghz at the moment, which is bugging me because I had it at 5ghz with those voltages but it won't stabilize now at all.
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Hey everyone.

I have been thinking about replacing my water block for awhile now. I currently have the XSPC Rasa block.

Been looking at the available options, but I cannot seem to find any AMD specific comparisons.

I've been looking at the

XSPC Raystorm, Ek Supremacy Evo, Ek Supreme LTX, Alphacool NexXxos XP³ ,Bitspower Summit EF, Heatkiller Rev 3.0

the raystorm is a decent block but I don't like how the mounting plate is plexi. I like the Bitspower Summit block the best by looks alone. The EK Supreme Ltx is the cheapest block. Haven't read anything about the Alphacool block but looks to be decent, same with the heatkiller 3.0


Any advice?
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post #44574 of 67694
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Hey everyone.

I have been thinking about replacing my water block for awhile now. I currently have the XSPC Rasa block.

Been looking at the available options, but I cannot seem to find any AMD specific comparisons.

I've been looking at the

XSPC Raystorm, Ek Supremacy Evo, Ek Supreme LTX, Alphacool NexXxos XP³ ,Bitspower Summit EF, Heatkiller Rev 3.0

the raystorm is a decent block but I don't like how the mounting plate is plexi. I like the Bitspower Summit block the best by looks alone. The EK Supreme Ltx is the cheapest block. Haven't read anything about the Alphacool block but looks to be decent, same with the heatkiller 3.0


Any advice?

All I can say, is you can see how my block performs.. I have the Raystorm, but the plexi thing isn't terrible... there are other options that do look better
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I tried EK Supreme HF Copper Clear Plexi. It's a Beauty. But no proper info on which Jet Plate is the best for AMD. Now using the XP3 Light. Performs identically.

The Supremacy EVO is the new King from the reviews. But is more expensive. Next is the Koolance 380A.

By the reviews, they perform well on larger dies.

All go down to the looks you want IMO.
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All I can say, is you can see how my block performs.. I have the Raystorm, but the plexi thing isn't terrible... there are other options that do look better

Plexi is just a no go for me when it comes to mounting, coming from past experience.
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I tried EK Supreme HF Copper Clear Plexi. It's a Beauty. But no proper info on which Jet Plate is the best for AMD. Now using the XP3 Light. Performs identically.

The Supremacy EVO is the new King from the reviews. But is more expensive. Next is the Koolance 380A.

By the reviews, they perform well on larger dies.

All go down to the looks you want IMO.

Piledriver/Bulldozer has the largest die of any of the consumer cpus. Performance isn't the greatest with my current Rasa block, others have made the change from this block to a newer block and noted a good drop in temps. I'd likely keep it but while I was cleaning the computer the other day and flushing the fluid I noticed the block had started to corrode.

I couldn't make up my mind so I ordered 2, The Supremacy Evo, and the Bitspower ice red one. Gonna compare them and keep the better of two, and resell the other.
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Plexi is just a no go for me when it comes to mounting, coming from past experience.
Piledriver/Bulldozer has the largest die of any of the consumer cpus. Performance isn't the greatest with my current Rasa block, others have made the change from this block to a newer block and noted a good drop in temps. I'd likely keep it but while I was cleaning the computer the other day and flushing the fluid I noticed the block had started to corrode.

I couldn't make up my mind so I ordered 2, The Supremacy Evo, and the Bitspower ice red one. Gonna compare them and keep the better of two, and resell the other.

When you compare them, you should let us know the results of each.. wile stressing hard
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Plexi is just a no go for me when it comes to mounting, coming from past experience.
Piledriver/Bulldozer has the largest die of any of the consumer cpus. Performance isn't the greatest with my current Rasa block, others have made the change from this block to a newer block and noted a good drop in temps. I'd likely keep it but while I was cleaning the computer the other day and flushing the fluid I noticed the block had started to corrode.

I couldn't make up my mind so I ordered 2, The Supremacy Evo, and the Bitspower ice red one. Gonna compare them and keep the better of two, and resell the other.

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When you compare them, you should let us know the results of each.. wile stressing hard

I second this. Push it harder to seperate them. You'll have now 3 blocks to review. smile.gif

Interested on the EVO.
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I second this. Push it harder to seperate them. You'll have now 3 blocks to review. smile.gif

Interested on the EVO.

I can compare the 2 blocks, but sadly I cannot do a comparison anymore with the XSPC Rasa block. I didn't even bother putting it back on, it went straight to the trash can. I'm using my laptop in the meanwhile. The corrosion was pretty bad. I noticed it last time I flushed my system, but figured it still worked and would run it until I bought something else. This time it was to the point where i didn't feel comfortable putting it back in the loop.

I will test the 2 blocks on my system. Its pushed pretty hard at 5ghz@ 1.5 volts vcore and 1.4 volts Cpu NB, but I will try upping the voltage just for the extra heat output.

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16251/ex-blc-1131/EK_Supremacy_EVO_Universal_CPU_Liquid_Cooling_Block_-_Acetal_CSQ_EK-Supremacy_EVO_-_Acetal_Original_CSQ.html?tl=g30c325s842

And

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/17103/ex-blc-1229/Bitspower_Summit_EF_CPU_Liquid_Cooling_Block_-_AMD_Series_-_Ice_Red_BP-WBCPUAAC-CUMBKIRD.html?tl=g30c325s842

are the two blocks I ordered.
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Hello guys! I'm finally back with my H100I mounted!



I'm finally in the 5+ GHZ Mark too! I would honestly say I'm disappointed in temps, core temps are really good, but socket temp skyrockets to 70 °C easily when I build an application and/or make a render.

I installed a fan in the backplate, but it broke. I need to reinstall it again.

Should I install a fan in the heatsinks?

Oh one last thing: This is NOT IBT Stable, it is however P95 30Min stable.

IBT Insta-freezes even at 1.6 V, so I prefer to keep things as they are now.
 
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