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I think Bilko meant within the context of relative performance.

I've gotten over 100 gflops running my Vishera while locked at 1400mhz tongue.gif

Not that it meant a lot. tongue.gif

All I know is GFLOPs depend on background apps sometimes.
post #50812 of 67694
I was throttling at 1.45vcore. I didn't notice any at 1.48. I've never paid any attention to the output. I can run cinebench if yall want. Could pump more volts and see what results I get.
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I was throttling at 1.45vcore. I didn't notice any at 1.48. I've never paid any attention to the output. I can run cinebench if yall want. Could pump more volts and see what results I get.

Naah!

Just raise the clocks. We'll be happy. You have some headroom in there.

Push that baby up. biggrin.gif
post #50814 of 67694
4.8-4.9 will likely be the ceiling without lapping or more rad space. I tried to make a jump from 4.5-5.0 with 1.5+ vcore and couldn't contain it. Though it wasn't as cool as it was today either. Likely will warm back up tomorrow.
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4.8-4.9 will likely be the ceiling without lapping or more rad space. I tried to make a jump from 4.5-5.0 with 1.5+ vcore and couldn't contain it. Though it wasn't as cool as it was today either. Likely will warm back up tomorrow.

If you can go past 4.8, things get interesting. More often than not, cooling will be your limit. Then thr board to support it. And the actual limitation of the chip.

4.8 is a good target if you have at least 240mm rad space. If you are getting hotter temps, check your air flow. A good waterblock also helps.

Have fun.
post #50816 of 67694
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If you can go past 4.8, things get interesting. More often than not, cooling will be your limit. Then thr board to support it. And the actual limitation of the chip.

4.8 is a good target if you have at least 240mm rad space. If you are getting hotter temps, check your air flow. A good waterblock also helps.

Have fun.

4.7+ it's molten hell heat monster
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Are you joining the bencher team? biggrin.gif
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I can agree to that. The loop consist of 120x6 with the 8320 and 780 classified. I let the Classy run stock. Problem is it's setup with sp120s (no push/pull) and the top rad is a MCRx20-QP i got for 40$. So not the thickest as well as only having 24FPI. But i had never really planned to adequately cool to get to 5.0. I started out with one Watercooled rig, then decided i would water cool my backup and everything ended up like it is lol

I don't think i ever realized how much heat Vishera really puts out. I was pretty surprised once you start moving past 1.5, it takes a pretty decent loop to maintain solid temps during stress testing.
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I can agree to that. The loop consist of 120x6 with the 8320 and 780 classified. I let the Classy run stock. Problem is it's setup with sp120s (no push/pull) and the top rad is a MCRx20-QP i got for 40$. So not the thickest as well as only having 24FPI. But i had never really planned to adequately cool to get to 5.0. I started out with one Watercooled rig, then decided i would water cool my backup and everything ended up like it is lol

I don't think i ever realized how much heat Vishera really puts out. I was pretty surprised once you start moving past 1.5, it takes a pretty decent loop to maintain solid temps during stress testing.

I dont think so. These Visheras produce real unadulterated temps. And they are easy to cool once you know how they should behave.

My dead 8320 was an example. Hitting 70s at 1.5V. Lapped it, and shaved temps down. Was able to push it further then.

My current 8370, same batch of 1432PGY, does not register a lot of heat. On my 100 runs posted a while ago, temps are at 40s. Granting that was running at an ambient of 17C. But tested it at home where ambient is on the 30s and same thing. 1.5 Vcore settles in at 55C.

My tip, check the air that comes out of the rad. If it is significantly higher than you ambient, then the readings could be true. If not, check the mating surface to the block.

You'd want as little TIM deposit on the center. Of the IHS. That's where the die is. Else, I suggest you go lap that chip. It's not for everyone, I know. But maximizes what you have.
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