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I'm sure I could run it at 5.0 if I pushed the volts as I have some cooling headroom as I hit around 60c on the core in ibt however normal usages are around 55c on cpu...my real limiting factor is my fear of losing a component right now I'm at that volt wall I'm not sure I'm comfortable overcoming as 5.0 wouldn't pass ibt very high at 1.61v whereas 4.8 passes very high up to 40 passes...@ 1.512 so the chip just isn't as efficient at high clocks as I had hoped...I also need to plumb in that second pump that's been sitting here for four months now...that might help thermals even more and spark me trying for 5.0 again...my fiancee's health has been poor lately and I haven't found a better job honestly right now component failure would put me without a pc for quite a while so I'm not pushing my luck because this chip after 4.6 needs large jumps in voltage for each step

Maybe try another approach. Sometimes, pure Multi OC won't get past a certain clock no matter what VCore.

Would also help to diagnose a few things first. Like RAM and such. IBT by the way is slow in picking up minor instabilities with RAM. (I know, I cleaned up my 8320 that was a pig. I used to give it 1.6 for 4.8. I can stabilize it with 1.560) Prime also helps a lot. Small FFT is purely CPU. Blend for overall stress. CPU-NB instabilities can be picked up immediately with Blend.
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Thanks, I was looking at something more along the line like Phobya. With simple modding on my 600T I could do a loop like a 400mm (dual 200mm) + 360mm (triple 360mm) + 120mm.

Everything is out of the case now so whether I go 400mm, another 360mm there's going to be case cutting and no PC gaming for a while.




Ei, how about 180mm fans and rads?

https://shop.ekwb.com/radiators-fans/180mm-series-radiators-13/coolstream-we-series

Air Penetrators are good so I've heard. thumb.gif
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Ei, how about 180mm fans and rads?

https://shop.ekwb.com/radiators-fans/180mm-series-radiators-13/coolstream-we-series

Air Penetrators are good so I've heard. thumb.gif

Ooh forgot all about the 180 variants and AP fans. This way I can keep it all EK too. The dual 180 is perfect at 400mm tall/length leaving me about 50mm headroom
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The weekend starts, resetting my OC and will be asking for help from you guys to see *** is going on with my CPU lol, I have mis matching ram atm but there's nothing I can do about that at the moment.
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VDDA?





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Huh?
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Just showed VDDA does affect something. Maybe a bit.

First picture showed Prime Blend for a couple of hours with VDDA at 2.8.
Did a change as shown in the 2nd picture. Dropped VDDA to 2.5.
Prime Blend failed a core within 20 minutes.
All things kept the same. thumb.gif
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Maybe try another approach. Sometimes, pure Multi OC won't get past a certain clock no matter what VCore.

Would also help to diagnose a few things first. Like RAM and such. IBT by the way is slow in picking up minor instabilities with RAM. (I know, I cleaned up my 8320 that was a pig. I used to give it 1.6 for 4.8. I can stabilize it with 1.560) Prime also helps a lot. Small FFT is purely CPU. Blend for overall stress. CPU-NB instabilities can be picked up immediately with Blend.
it's been less than four months since I ran memtest for 24 hours and the other one in Windows for four hours with 8 open but I haven't ran blend test s since I first stabilized the overclock...so might give that a go...the ram is set to stock settings and slightly overvolted 1.68 volt on 1.6v ram...I do need to try fsb overclock though I week rule out ram and cpu nb first though
Edited by mfknjadagr8 - 10/2/15 at 9:50am
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HCI Memtest is way quicker and more effective. thumb.gif
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HCI Memtest is way quicker and more effective. thumb.gif
that's the one I used pretty sure..where you open the instances to match amount...I tried it when you mentioned it before...to 400 percent is what I ran it to...I guess that hasn't been all that long ago..my settings haven't changed in probably 8 months at least not where memory and such is concerned I did try for 5.0 on cpu again mute recently but settings are back to the stable 4.8 ones since it was taking to much voltage for my tastes I know a bunch of people here have ran that but they also have backup rigs and funds to replace broken parts or simply extra parts laying around...
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