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After getting home yesterday and checking my case I do see that I have more room out of the way (for air flow) to put a tube res. Will be looking at them today hoping the D5 from the dual bay will fit the tube

It sure will! thumb.gif
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If a 120 RES is too tall for your case, you'd have issues water cooling in it. rolleyes.gif

1.524 for 4.8? I can't see your Processor info but it could be dut to you running it a bit high on Vcore. And Stability is rather Heat related than Vcore. It can pass on lower Vcore so, that's pretty much it. Try it a touch lower again. biggrin.gif Your temps are actually not that bad. thumb.gif
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If a 120 RES is too tall for your case, you'd have issues water cooling in it. rolleyes.gif

1.524 for 4.8? I can't see your Processor info but it could be dut to you running it a bit high on Vcore. And Stability is rather Heat related than Vcore. It can pass on lower Vcore so, that's pretty much it. Try it a touch lower again. biggrin.gif Your temps are actually not that bad. thumb.gif

I did a tic below offset +0.175 to +0.150 and it ran on ultra high at 1.512V 100% load but only 10 runs of IBT AVX no problem. I don't have time to run 20 right now but will tomorrow. For what it's worth my 8350 batch is 1437. I've never seen that one in the upper tier of processors.


Edit: I did try offset +0.125 and it failed.
Edited by MTup - 7/23/15 at 8:25pm
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This was run on standard but my temps will be the same on very high. I just need a bit more cooling it seems to get to 5. BTW I didn't keep running this because of the temp. Think I'll go back to this for a bit.
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I did a tic below offset +0.175 to +0.150 and it ran on ultra high at 1.512V 100% load but only 10 runs of IBT AVX no problem. I don't have time to run 20 right now but will tomorrow. For what it's worth my 8350 batch is 1437. I've never seen that one in the upper tier of processors.


Edit: I did try offset +0.125 and it failed.
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This was run on standard but my temps will be the same on very high. I just need a bit more cooling it seems to get to 5. BTW I didn't keep running this because of the temp. Think I'll go back to this for a bit.

It's not so bad.

I'd take a look at other things before pushing this chip to be honest.

1. Do you have a good mount of the cooler? Check if the rad exhausts considerably warm air. That is a good indication of a good mount. If not, It's the chip's Lid not making a perfect contact to the cooler. Not even watercooling will help you on this matter. (I have an 8320E that records temps to 75C at 1.5 so I lapped it. Not that I always advice lapping.)

2. Run the FSB, RAM and CPU-NB close to their rated specs. 200 FSB, 2200 for CPU-NB while establishing a good OC. (you can deal with it later. Some chips struggle to clock high at 200 FSB but from there, things can only go higher)

3. BIOS screenies baby. thumb.gif
post #51536 of 67898
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It's not so bad.

I'd take a look at other things before pushing this chip to be honest.

1. Do you have a good mount of the cooler? Check if the rad exhausts considerably warm air. That is a good indication of a good mount. If not, It's the chip's Lid not making a perfect contact to the cooler. Not even watercooling will help you on this matter. (I have an 8320E that records temps to 75C at 1.5 so I lapped it. Not that I always advice lapping.)

2. Run the FSB, RAM and CPU-NB close to their rated specs. 200 FSB, 2200 for CPU-NB while establishing a good OC. (you can deal with it later. Some chips struggle to clock high at 200 FSB but from there, things can only go higher)

3. BIOS screenies baby. thumb.gif

Keep in mind that I'm running my H100i and I think it's doing a good job. I have a good mount. Never had a bad mount that I know of in 20 yrs. I understand tightening evenly and gently. New to overclocking though. Right now I'm at the 4.83GHz with only 215 FSB. I have 1866 ram running at 1720 with slightly tighter timings and when I boost the NB and CPU-NB I get much better results. Very snappy and high GFlops. my NB is 2580 and HT is 2795. that is what I'm building on to get to 5GHz. The 4.93GHz was at FSB 210 and not much else. I didn't tighter memory timings at the time... tried but couldn't back then. lol....I'm still a puppy man. I can throw some bios screens up tomorrow. It's midnight here now and I'm about ready to turn in. Off tomorrow so will do it.



Are you are saying to back down on NB and CPU-NB Voltage to bring down my temps?
Edited by MTup - 7/23/15 at 10:16pm
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Keep in mind that I'm running my H100i and I think it's doing a good job. I have a good mount. Never had a bad mount that I know of in 20 yrs. I understand tightening evenly and gently. New to overclocking though. Right now I'm at the 4.83GHz with only 215 FSB. I have 1866 ram running at 1720 with slightly tighter timings and when I boost the NB and CPU-NB I get much better results. Very snappy and high GFlops. my NB is 2580 and HT is 2795. that is what I'm building on to get to 5GHz. The 4.93GHz was at FSB 210 and not much else. I didn't tighter memory timings at the time... tried but couldn't back then. lol....I'm still a puppy man. I can throw some bios screens up tomorrow. It's midnight here now and I'm about ready to turn in. Off tomorrow so will do it.



Are you are saying to back down on NB and CPU-NB Voltage to bring down my temps?

Back down to stock while establishing what that chip is capable of. Like I said, don't worry about the CPU-NB and the memory at the moment. After seeing what your chip can do on stock FSB and CPU-NB, you can then go overclocking those. It's to eliminate other things that may cause instabilities while setting up an Overclock. Thus most guys always suggest Multi OC for starters. thumb.gif

By Multi-only, you only need to mind about the Vcore most of time. If the OC goes bad, most of the times, it's just the Vcore. Less of it. If you introduce FSB, RAM and CPU NB at the same time, lots other things can go wrong and you might give more Voltages to unnecessary things. thumb.gif

Not questioning your ways installing the cooler. Just looking at possible mating issues mate. Like I said on my 8320E, I have a good and tight mount but the lid of the CPU has some imperfections that negates the skill. I am not looking at your chip needing a lap but look at these.

biggrin.gif she's dead though. I killed her while drying her up with a heatgun.




Edited by mus1mus - 7/23/15 at 10:43pm
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Back down to stock while establishing what that chip is capable of. Like I said, don't worry about the CPU-NB and the memory at the moment. After seeing what your chip can do on stock FSB and CPU-NB, you can then go overclocking those. It's to eliminate other things while setting up an Overclock. Thus most guys always suggest Multi OC for starters. thumb.gif

Not questioning your ways installing the cooler. Just looking at possible mating issues mate. Like I said on my 8320E, I have a good and tight mount but the lid of the CPU has some imperfections that negates the skill. I am not looking at your chip needing a lap but look at these.

biggrin.gif she's dead though. I killed her while drying her up with a heatgun.




I hear you on the lid. I've seen those before and I do want to check mine with a straight edge and light when I take it out next time. I didn't think it ever ran that hot for the cooling I have. I do have the UT60 radiator on the way and 2 bay reservoir w/D5 pump and if I can't figure out a way to fill easily or drain just as easy I'm going to have to do some heavy modding to get a tube in this bitty.
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Check my Edit:

UT60 eh? If you can install it standing upright, Drain is sooo Breeze. It has a drain port. What's your bay res? If you want a tube res, you can get a separate pump top, get a res that can fit your case considering filling access, and have the pump somewhere.

Or just mod the case for a fill port.
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Both of my 8350's ran for over a year at 5 ghz as a daily overclock on 240mm clc's, one on the GD-80 the other on one of my chv'z's. Neither would stay within it's thermal limits during stress tests such as expended prime 95 runs, but the things I would do on a daily basis only run the cpu usage to 80% across all 8 cores at the most. This gave me enough thermal headroom to get away with the rather modest cooling abilities ( by comparison to custom loops) of the H-100 and thermatake extreme water 2.0 clc's


Heat on the CPU isn't my issue, I have plenty of room there. Prime 95 flat lines at 61c after a while (IBT runs much cooler). From what I'm hearing... it's the limitations of the 990FXA-UD3 rev4 I'm using.

At 5 ghz , it will be. Why? Because voltage wall wink.gif. IBT with AVX will generally run hotter than prime 95, I think you may be using a non-AVX version of IBT.

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Both of my 8350's ran for over a year at 5 ghz as a daily overclock on 240mm clc's, one on the GD-80 the other on one of my chv'z's. Neither would stay within it's thermal limits during stress tests such as expended prime 95 runs, but the things I would do on a daily basis only run the cpu usage to 80% across all 8 cores at the most. This gave me enough thermal headroom to get away with the rather modest cooling abilities ( by comparison to custom loops) of the H-100 and thermatake extreme water 2.0 clc's

What I'm trying to say is, right components dont always guarantee a 5GHz OC. Let alone daily.

That's true, my point was more that stress tests put a load above and beyond what most people ever do during normal use with any given cpu. For a variety of reasons, 8 core Vishera's even more so.

As an example I could play every game I have with the exception of the battlefield series at 5.2 ghz on the 8350 GD-80/H-100 rig without going over 60C on the core ( bf3 and 4 would run , just too hot- BFBC2 would sometimes crash, that one is a tough nut). Prime or IBT at those speeds would melt the polar Ice caps IF it was actually able to run ( of course it can't). I have to back down to 4.9 ghz or so in order to stay within it's thermal envelope for stress testing. The CHV-Z 8350 TT clc ran hotter and as a result couldn't clock that high, but would happily do any normal task I asked it to at 5ghz.

methinks you underestimate the amount of heat it would take to actually melt the polar ice caps
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Trudat! I'm running an 8370 @ 4.9 plus a 290X and the most I have seen from the wall is 440watts. When I was running an 8350 at 4.7 with X2-6970s it would pull over 700 watts.

unlike you i have actually pushed my 8350 and 290 you could easily break 300w on the 290 alone- when benching so a min of 600-700

OMG! Overclockers are causing Global Warming! lachen.gif

they would but global warming has been proven false many times over, to "prove" it to be true they had to falsify data

by the way it started as "global cooling" changed to "global warming" then to "Climate change" then to "climate disruption"

as for me i just call it "weather"

ironically the earth has actually cooled over the last 10 years ....
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Uhmm... No I haven't What is it? lachen.gif

It's by far the most genius solution for a fill port.

until you try to fill it but it does look pretty
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