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Just when you think you have it all figured out lol. Then cssokinman comes along hehe biggrin.gif

I'll be darned man. Shesh, I don't know what to think now kookoo.gif

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Oh wait,, I know,, ITS THE HEAT!! doh.gif I couldn't resist a little humor biggrin.gif

But even If I till have this issue with new board, I am wanting a second board anyways so I can have 2 machines. So it would not be a total waste. Then at that point I could try another chip and or a loop I suppose.

Weird thing is the guy is running a custom loop on the CPU but nothing extra on the VRMs. I want to to make a custom loop for my rig bu not sure it's worth it with the 8350 when it's 2015 and Im looking forward to Skylake/Zen
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Weird thing is the guy is running a custom loop on the CPU but nothing extra on the VRMs. I want to to make a custom loop for my rig bu not sure it's worth it with the 8350 when it's 2015 and Im looking forward to Skylake/Zen
I know rite. I chose an awkward time to upgrade my rig. Rite the end of its life cycle lol. Oh well.

Although for you, you cold always still use the loop even on the next gen rig.
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I know rite. I chose an awkward time to upgrade my rig. Rite the end of its life cycle lol. Oh well.

Although for you, you cold always still use the loop even on the next gen rig.

Yeah I built this rig at the beginning of this month. Talk about being late with times... I like to go full out if possible when doing things. So if I would make a custom loop for my 8350/CHVF-Z I would cool the CPU, VRMs, GPU (R9 290 and maybe another in the future), and maybe even the RAM for the fun of it (waste of money). Buying universal things would be smart in some ways but I just like things that are made for a specific component.

The issue here is whether my H100i can cool the 8350 enough when I raise the Vcore to 1.5V and 1.55V. At those ranges I feel like the H100i will not be enough. I already saw my Thermal Margins go to the negative numbers when I was testing stability of an OC at 1.5V a few weeks ago. Maybe the fan to the socket and vrm will help now. Before I go further I seriously need to get a 850W-1000W+ PSU because 620W or 50A on the 12V Rail does not seem enough in long term for a 5GHz 8350 and a R9 290. I haven't even OCed the 290 yet. Going with an AX1200 or 1500 should allow crossfiring and OCing CPU/GPU right?

.:edit:.

One question to everyone. So I have an H100i like I said above, but I can basically only run it on pull because the 'push' fans would get in the way of my 8-Pin CPU connector and in the way of the additional 4-pin CPU connector I may use in the future. That being said I can still run one fan on push because there is clearance and it blocks nothing I currently use. My question is will that additional fan in push help my CPU temps. The H100i would be running on 2x 120mm on pull and 1x 120mm on push. It would look something like this. 'x' is where I can't physically attach the fan right now
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.:edit:.

Alright I'm probably going to buy one of these adapters to see if it works at all.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Nexus-CFA-300-80-or-92mm-to-120mm-Fan-Adapter-/291286867391?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item43d20cddbf

If that doesn't work I'll try out having air ducts connect the radiator with the side panel fans to bring cool air directly to the the H100i radiator.
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16139/duc-56/Akust_Extendable_Air_Flow_Thermal_Hood_-_70_80_92_120_Fans_-_Clear_FG02-0800-AKS.html?tl=g47c121s442#blank

The cons of an air duct would be that it messes with airflow between the front intake fans and the rear exhaust. But it may not make a direct problem if I think about it. Front-bottom intake would cool the HDD, Front-ODB Intake would bring cool air through the top end of the system. There are room for four 120mm fans on my side panel. Two would use airducts to bring cool air directly to the H100i radiator, and then the bottom two would be aimed at the R9 290 to provide cool air. Lastly the rear exhaust and top radiator exhaust would be for removing the warm air from the system and radiator. Tell me which of the two ideas above is a better idea.


Edited by xKrNMBoYx - 1/28/15 at 3:46am
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I haven't seen D1nky's name kicked around in a while. We used to trade blows back and forth when he had than board and I was on the Sabo. There were some things that did drive him over the edge on that thing and AFIK they don't make it any more. Besides I was usually able to best him, just by a bit. Ha ha
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.:edit:.

Alright I'm probably going to buy one of these adapters to see if it works at all.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Nexus-CFA-300-80-or-92mm-to-120mm-Fan-Adapter-/291286867391?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item43d20cddbf

If that doesn't work I'll try out having air ducts connect the radiator with the side panel fans to bring cool air directly to the the H100i radiator.
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16139/duc-56/Akust_Extendable_Air_Flow_Thermal_Hood_-_70_80_92_120_Fans_-_Clear_FG02-0800-AKS.html?tl=g47c121s442#blank

The cons of an air duct would be that it messes with airflow between the front intake fans and the rear exhaust. But it may not make a direct problem if I think about it. Front-bottom intake would cool the HDD, Front-ODB Intake would bring cool air through the top end of the system. There are room for four 120mm fans on my side panel. Two would use airducts to bring cool air directly to the H100i radiator, and then the bottom two would be aimed at the R9 290 to provide cool air. Lastly the rear exhaust and top radiator exhaust would be for removing the warm air from the system and radiator. Tell me which of the two ideas above is a better idea.


First thing you'll want to do on that case is rip out all the stock mesh and replace it with wide open honeycomb mesh, the stock mesh is a nightmare for restriction.
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First thing you'll want to do on that case is rip out all the stock mesh and replace it with wide open honeycomb mesh, the stock mesh is a nightmare for restriction.

Thanks for the idea. I'll probably need two 12"x24" sheets (depending on where I buy from) to mod the top and side (maybe front) so I'll have to plan carefully.
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Do you think it would be worth it to upgrade from an 8320 to the 8370E? There is a big rebate for the 8370e on tigerdirect, so if I sell the 8320, it wouldn't cost me much. My only concern is how well the 8370e will OC in comparison --- I'm seeing this graph: http://www.tomshardware.com/gallery/Efficiency,0101-451345-0-2-12-1-png-.html but I can't find a graph like this for the 8320. My 8320 is comfortable at 4.2GHz with only a light increase on the voltage, but as much as I want to say "it ain't broken, I shouldn't fix it", this upgrade might be worth it to keep power consumption down.

It depends on what you want to do with the system. Do you need the extra speed or just want to do it as a hobby?

When I buy a CPU with the intent to OC, I just set OC min that I would be happy with. Once that it achieved anything more is simple neat if I can do it.

My 8320e is performing better than a stock 8370, and I have more headroom to play with. All my OC'ing parts (my CPU cooler, Sabertooth mobo) is from my older system, so OC really did save me $ as apposed to buying a 8370.
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Yeah I built this rig at the beginning of this month. Talk about being late with times... I like to go full out if possible when doing things. So if I would make a custom loop for my 8350/CHVF-Z I would cool the CPU, VRMs, GPU (R9 290 and maybe another in the future), and maybe even the RAM for the fun of it (waste of money). Buying universal things would be smart in some ways but I just like things that are made for a specific component.

The issue here is whether my H100i can cool the 8350 enough when I raise the Vcore to 1.5V and 1.55V. At those ranges I feel like the H100i will not be enough. I already saw my Thermal Margins go to the negative numbers when I was testing stability of an OC at 1.5V a few weeks ago. Maybe the fan to the socket and vrm will help now. Before I go further I seriously need to get a 850W-1000W+ PSU because 620W or 50A on the 12V Rail does not seem enough in long term for a 5GHz 8350 and a R9 290. I haven't even OCed the 290 yet. Going with an AX1200 or 1500 should allow crossfiring and OCing CPU/GPU right?

From what I understand a 1200W would be more than enough for what you want to do. You could likely use an 850W Gold with no problems. Although in case of unplanned future changes, like tri-fire and or volt modding you may consider more than 850 Gold. Ask in the PSU section though for an absolute answer.
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Thanks for the idea. I'll probably need two 12"x24" sheets (depending on where I buy from) to mod the top and side (maybe front) so I'll have to plan carefully.
You might find this interesting then.
http://themodzoo.com/forum/index.php/topic/862-corsair-600t-graphite-case-mod-project/
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You might find this interesting then.
http://themodzoo.com/forum/index.php/topic/862-corsair-600t-graphite-case-mod-project/

Haha beat you to it already. I've looked over so many modding threads/blogs for my 600T even before I purchased the case. I've already modded the top by cutting off the plastic support. I'll probably do the front next, then cut the metal between the radiator and the top fans, and start planning on the larger honeycomb mesh.
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Razer Black Widow 2014 EVGA 750 GQ 80+ Gold NZXT H440 Razer Death Adder 2014 
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AMD Phenom II X6 1055T ECS A885GM-A2 EVGA GTX 750 Ti SC Corsair XMS3 
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Adata 60GB SP Western Digital Blue 320GB Hitachi 750GB Corsair H60 
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Windows 8.1 64-Bit Razer Black Widow Cooler Master Silent Pro M2 620W Antec Three Hundred 
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Razer Death Adder 3.5G 
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