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post #51491 of 67894
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Originally Posted by Agent Smith1984 View Post

That is really strange....

Have you tried Crysis 3 and BF4 at 1080P with max settings?

Those games ran beautifully for me on 15.6.... I never even got to experience the added performance of 15.7 on my cards before selling them.
15.7 driver added the frame target in CCC so that should work much better than VSYNC, however if you use, it will drastically drop your GPU utilizations.

If you do not use it, you will see high framerates and max GPU usage, but the tearing will rear it's head....

Are your cards running the same clock speeds? I found that to be KEY in smooth crossfire performance.
I will try when I get home I have bf4 at least...yeah the gpus are both clocked to stock right now...but I have unified monitoring on and ulps and all that crap off...I see no throttling of clocks on anything in my system and n no temps are running high....just to nite last night I tried gta5 with vsync off and got the same fps as with it on...this is confusing me more the deeper I delve...I monitor the reading in game with afterburner/rivatuner...and when looking for temperature reading I run hwinfo on my second monitor but never both at the same time

The reason this bothers me so much is i am thinking on going 1440p or 4k soon but I won't spend 600 to 1000 on a nice monitor if I'm not 100% certain it's gonna run decently...it's obvious its not running as it should...I tested the cards independently of each other when I first got them to be sure they ran alright on their own before I crossfired them...and they did nearly identical with respect to performance however I had to repaste them when in crossfire the second card wouldn't run crossfired because it was running to hot but they are under water right now and temps don't ever go over 60... Voltage on the cards goes between 1.18 and 1.21 under load
Edited by mfknjadagr8 - 7/22/15 at 9:14am
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OMG! Overclockers are causing Global Warming! lachen.gif


Shhhhhhhhhhh, not so loud, we'll be slapped with a sin tax on PC parts.
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post #51493 of 67894
Good Morning!

Apparently I was watching my UPS screen during some less demanding games. I just ran the FF XIV bench and watched the UPS screen instead of the monitor and while it spent time in the low 400s it spent most of its time in the 500s with a peak of 584 ( not real sure as it was just a flicker).
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post #51494 of 67894
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Good Morning!

Apparently I was watching my UPS screen during some less demanding games. I just ran the FF XIV bench and watched the UPS screen instead of the monitor and while it spent time in the low 400s it spent most of its time in the 500s with a peak of 584 ( not real sure as it was just a flicker).

Try running Prime95 and then launch also your graphics benchmark of your liking. Then you will have your worst power drain ever. You will know the worst case scenario. I do that with Prime95 and 3dMark 2003. biggrin.gif
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post #51495 of 67894
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There is yes.

HCI Memtest. Its a very good tool.
Here's how.

1. Once you download the app, it's just executable so no installation needed.

2. Run the app to match the number of logical core your processor has. 8 instances for an 8350/20/70 etc.

3. Check your total usable RAM in Windows by running the task manager. Divide that value by the number of instances you are running.

Ex. 8GB = 7.5 usable in Windows
7.5/8= 900ish MB.
Take 90-95% of that value and use that in HCI Memtest.

3. Run all at once for about 500% coverage. An error on an instance means direct instability. So adjust things up and try again.

4. To cut the time opening the app 8 times, you can create a batch file by creating a notepad inside the HCI Memtest folder with this code,

"Run HCI Memtest.exe" for standard copy
Copy Paste that code without the " 8 times. Or 8 lines. Save the notepad with the .bat extension (app extensions need to be visible by showing hidden files / show file extensions in Folder Options)

Good luck.

Its simple yet very effective. In fact, I just found one of my DDR4 stick is pretty bad even on XMP Profile. RMA Time. frown.gif

That means, going back to the kitty. biggrin.gif
I'm in for the kill this time. I stopped at 5.2 the last time. I'll try if I can still push it to 5.22 maybe. biggrin.gif

Mus I saved the 8 instances of the Run HCI Memtest.exe in notepad as Run HCI Memtest.bat but its only opening one instance
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post #51496 of 67894
Upon advice from the good folks here I bought my parts for a custom water loop yesterday in search of getting my 8350 cooler. The list goes as follows:

XSPC dual bay reservoir w/Laing D5 pump

EK Supremacy EVO CPU block ( copper/plexi)

Alphacool NexXxos UT60 radiator

Monsoon PETG hardline tube 3/8 X 1/2 4 pk X 2 uv red

Monsoon red 3/8" X 1/2" compression fittings

PT Nuke biocide

I have the fans I need.
If anyone sees an issue here please advise me.

Thanks
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post #51497 of 67894
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Upon advice from the good folks here I bought my parts for a custom water loop yesterday in search of getting my 8350 cooler. The list goes as follows:

XSPC dual bay reservoir w/Laing D5 pump

EK Supremacy EVO CPU block ( copper/plexi)

Alphacool NexXxos UT60 radiator

Monsoon PETG hardline tube 3/8 X 1/2 4 pk X 2 uv red

Monsoon red 3/8" X 1/2" compression fittings

PT Nuke biocide

I have the fans I need.
If anyone sees an issue here please advise me.

Thanks

I'd go for a tube res...

Make sure you clean the rad out before using it, preferably with Mayhems Blitz Part 1.
http://www.performance-pcs.com/filling-aids/mayhems-blitz-pro-cleaning-system.html
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post #51498 of 67894
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Upon advice from the good folks here I bought my parts for a custom water loop yesterday in search of getting my 8350 cooler. The list goes as follows:

XSPC dual bay reservoir w/Laing D5 pump

EK Supremacy EVO CPU block ( copper/plexi)

Alphacool NexXxos UT60 radiator

Monsoon PETG hardline tube 3/8 X 1/2 4 pk X 2 uv red

Monsoon red 3/8" X 1/2" compression fittings

PT Nuke biocide

I have the fans I need.
If anyone sees an issue here please advise me.

Thanks

I'm putting together a similar system.... just for the VRM's (Don't forget about VRM cooling if you're overclocking.) One of my many mistakes was not including after market VRM cooling.
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Originally Posted by JourneymanMike View Post

I'd go for a tube res...



Make sure you clean the rad out before using it, preferably with Mayhems Blitz Part 1.
http://www.performance-pcs.com/filling-aids/mayhems-blitz-pro-cleaning-system.html

I knew I was forgetting something. Thanks Mike




Upon advice from the good folks here I bought my parts for a custom water loop yesterday in search of getting m The list goes as follows:

XSPC dual bay reservoir w/Laing D5 pump

EK Supremacy EVO CPU block ( copper/plexi)

Alphacool NexXxos UT60 radiator

Monsoon PETG hardline tube 3/8 X 1/2 4 pk X 2 uv red

Monsoon red 3/8" X 1/2" compression fittings

PT Nuke biocide

I have the fans I need.
If anyone sees an issue her please advise me.
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I'm putting together a similar system.... just for the VRM's (Don't forget about VRM cooling if you're overclocking.) One of my many mistakes was not including after market VRM cooling.

I'm doing good with my regulators. I have a side fan blowing on them. NB is usually warmer than vrm's by about 5 deg C.
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