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was fighting with temps sense that last problem i was having with the ram cause when i remounted the cooler temps just wasn't the same and was getting in the 70s and 80s..

So i got tried of it and swap everything in the haf 922 for now till i get a new case than once again remounted the cooler.. Than i also cut out the side panel to add a 80mm socket fan instead of a 120mm one like i have on the 932. than added 2 120mm fans on the side panel.


And i got this.




I have never i mean never got that far with out freezing between test 7 and 8.


So with help of F3ERS 2 ASH3S posting his settings:) And the bit cooler temps i made it!


Now im not saying its fully stable because all i did was 10 runs on standard will do higher when i get my new case if the temps are lower, If not i will add a 2nd rad which should get me lower. Need a new case for another rad anyways. But this is a really great start smile.gif


And another test i did which the core temps are lower. Didn't get a high temp spike this time:) wish i can say that always...



Edited by gordesky1 - 5/20/15 at 5:20am
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I was doing a little testing last night, because I came home and my ambient temps were 26c in the house.... (92f outside)
That may just get worse as summer comes, so I wanted to check my temps.

I'm still running within safe margins at 4.9GHz, but I wanted to see what kind of impact going down to 4.8GHz (1.4v) had against the 1.46v under load I use now.....

My max load temp under 10 runs of Very High IBT went from 66c max (though this is normally only ~62c spikes, with 60 being the norm) down to around 56c average, with some 58c spikes in there.
I may keep 4.8GHz for the summer, cause the 100MHz is almost unnoticeable from a performance standpoint (especially with the 2600/2600 NB, HT which I left in place).

The biggest change was the socket temp going from 80c to 69c....

I also dropped my GPU's from 1100/1400 with +75mv down to 1040/1350 with stock power/voltage, and it wasn't a noticeable hit either, and temps/power usage were greatly reduced!

I think I may just use these clocks for the summer, and then go back to my 4.9GHz CPU, 1100/1400 clock for the other three seasons.
Hell, with the temp drops and massive power efficiency improvement, I may just keep these clocks in general.
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was fighting with temps sense that last problem i was having with the ram cause when i remounted the cooler temps just wasn't the same and was getting in the 70s and 80s..

So i got tried of it and swap everything in the haf 922 for now till i get a new case than once again remounted the cooler.. Than i also cut out the side panel to add a 80mm socket fan instead of a 120mm one like i have on the 932. than added 2 120mm fans on the side panel.


And i got this.




I have never i mean never got that far with out freezing between test 7 and 8.


So with help of F3ERS 2 ASH3S posting his settings:) And the bit cooler temps i made it!


Now im not saying its fully stable because all i did was 10 runs on standard will do higher when i get my new case if the temps are lower, If not i will add a 2nd rad which should get me lower. Need a new case for another rad anyways. But this is a really great start smile.gif


And another test i did which the core temps are lower. Didn't get a high temp spike this time:) wish i can say that always...



Can i ask why you are running the HT at 2087 instead of the stock 2600? and cpu/nb at 2504?

I don't want to ruin your day but testing on standard mode doesn't really do much, you need to set the stress level to very high or maximum in order to stress your system properly to determine some stability.

If you are getting this high temps already on standard i would suggest you to lower your clocks and voltages by a lot.
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That's a good plan Smith, that extra push won't make much difference day to day but would likely cause some random crashing over the summer. thumb.gif
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Can i ask why you are running the HT at 2087 instead of the stock 2600? and cpu/nb at 2504?

I don't want to ruin your day but testing on standard mode doesn't really do much, you need to set the stress level to very high or maximum in order to stress your system properly to determine some stability.

If you are getting this high temps already on standard i would suggest you to lower your clocks and voltages by a lot.

1. Did you forget to look at his FSB? buttkick.gif

2. Perhaps he's testing for the 5Ghz 24/7 Club, that is one of their standards for getting in the club...
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Can i ask why you are running the HT at 2087 instead of the stock 2600? and cpu/nb at 2504?

I don't want to ruin your day but testing on standard mode doesn't really do much, you need to set the stress level to very high or maximum in order to stress your system properly to determine some stability.

If you are getting this high temps already on standard i would suggest you to lower your clocks and voltages by a lot.


This isn't my 24/7 clocks lol Well not yet. And yea i know standard mode doesn't do much which why i said ...... Now im not saying its fully stable because all i did was 10 runs on standard....... . But this is the first time it has ever did even standard for 5ghz because it always frozen up around test 5-8.. That's why i said its a great start.

What was causing the freezing issue is a setting that was in digi+ because i just tried the settings my way and it frozen. Went back to F3ERS 2 ASH3S and it didn't freeze.

Also i read somewhere that maximum is a waste of time and its best to do aida or prime instead. thought i herd someone saying it in this thread. But as i said before when i get my new case and maybe a rad i will try very high 25 runs.

My normally clock i run 24hours is 4.9 1.52v.
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1. Did you forget to look at his FSB? buttkick.gif

2. Perhaps he's testing for the 5Ghz 24/7 Club, that is one of their standards for getting in the club...



Mike nailed it that's one of the main reasons:)
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I was doing a little testing last night, because I came home and my ambient temps were 26c in the house.... (92f outside)
That may just get worse as summer comes, so I wanted to check my temps.

I'm still running within safe margins at 4.9GHz, but I wanted to see what kind of impact going down to 4.8GHz (1.4v) had against the 1.46v under load I use now.....

My max load temp under 10 runs of Very High IBT went from 66c max (though this is normally only ~62c spikes, with 60 being the norm) down to around 56c average, with some 58c spikes in there.
I may keep 4.8GHz for the summer, cause the 100MHz is almost unnoticeable from a performance standpoint (especially with the 2600/2600 NB, HT which I left in place).

The biggest change was the socket temp going from 80c to 69c....

I also dropped my GPU's from 1100/1400 with +75mv down to 1040/1350 with stock power/voltage, and it wasn't a noticeable hit either, and temps/power usage were greatly reduced!

I think I may just use these clocks for the summer, and then go back to my 4.9GHz CPU, 1100/1400 clock for the other three seasons.
Hell, with the temp drops and massive power efficiency improvement, I may just keep these clocks in general

Booooooooo

I get lower temps than you now at 1.52ish 5GHz! With 30C current ambient.

Booooooooo

JK

Seriously though, I am currently Prime-ing my system to get to 5GHz with a lower Vcore than 1.55V.

And it's interesting that 250 X 20 = 5.0 GHz is unstable at 1.55 while 254 X 19.5 = 5.02 is stable at 1.52ish. It's no wonder why I keep this fine tuned. As I get a higher CPU-NB at 2540 and RAM at 2060ish all while keeping all things equsl except for a lower Vcore.

Hmmmmmm?

IBT AVX produces negative values though Prime Blend is good!

Weird as there are instances that a good IBT run results with summing errors and workers dropping.

On that note, I think I have a good balanced chip as I dont get the same workers dropped everytime I fail Prime. It's always random. VCore is it? biggrin.gif




Edited by mus1mus - 5/20/15 at 8:10am
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Booooooooo

I get lower temps than you now at 1.52ish 5GHz! With 30C current ambient.

Booooooooo

JK

Seriously though, I am currently Prime-ing my system to get to 5GHz with a lower Vcore than 1.55V.

And it's interesting that 250 X 20 = 5.0 GHz is unstable at 1.55 while 254 X 19.5 = 5.02 is stable at 1.52ish. It's no wonder why I keep this fine tuned. As I get a higher CPU-NB at 2540 and RAM at 2060ish all while keeping all things equsl except for a lower Vcore.

Hmmmmmm?

IBT AVX produces negative values though Prime Blend is good!

Weird as there are instances that a good IBT run results with summing errors and workers dropping.

On that note, I think I have a good balanced chip as I dont get the same workers dropped everytime I fail Prime. It's always random. VCore is it? :

Wait, are you saying you are running at 5GHz in a room that is 86f?????
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Wait, are you saying you are running at 5GHz in a room that is 86f?????

Y U Zo Surprised?

Maybeh.png

Morning temps when ambient goes just a hair below 30C. Interesting this VDDA does for Asus Boards!


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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

Booooooooo

I get lower temps than you now at 1.52ish 5GHz! With 30C current ambient.

Booooooooo

JK

Seriously though, I am currently Prime-ing my system to get to 5GHz with a lower Vcore than 1.55V.

And it's interesting that 250 X 20 = 5.0 GHz is unstable at 1.55 while 254 X 19.5 = 5.02 is stable at 1.52ish. It's no wonder why I keep this fine tuned. As I get a higher CPU-NB at 2540 and RAM at 2060ish all while keeping all things equsl except for a lower Vcore.

Hmmmmmm?

IBT AVX produces negative values though Prime Blend is good!

Weird as there are instances that a good IBT run results with summing errors and workers dropping.

On that note, I think I have a good balanced chip as I dont get the same workers dropped everytime I fail Prime. It's always random. VCore is it? :

Wait, are you saying you are running at 5GHz in a room that is 86f?????

Its not that uncommon in this part of the world tongue.gif

I folded for a week straight in a room that was constantly above 34c....
 
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