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I have some lesser WIP profiles but it seems im not too terribly far off a 4.8ghz profile if i can get a handle on tmpin1.

Think its easier for me to work backwards from here than forwards from stock or the default OC of 4.2ghz. I kind of got a little system going in my head. Bios, windows, gta, ibt avx.

I will also try working up from stock or default OC freq but i THINK working backcfrom where im at is quicker for me.
forget gta v until you are stable....and by stable I don't mean a few passes...you need a minimum of 10 passes on very high ibt before you are even anywhere close to stable...keep your core temps under 70...you can't just run higher stress tests with no changes and expect them to work..freezing on ibt standard means you aren't even close to stable...for 4.8 my chip needs 1.524v under load and cpu-nb of 1.3v...
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forget gta v until you are stable....and by stable I don't mean a few passes...you need a minimum of 10 passes on very high ibt before you are even anywhere close to stable...keep your core temps under 70...you can't just run higher stress tests with no changes and expect them to work..freezing on ibt standard means you aren't even close to stable...for 4.8 my chip needs 1.524v under load and cpu-nb of 1.3v...

Im at 1.54-1.55v vcore so im guessing my chip is one of the power hungry ones.. I upped vcore for the 3 passes on ibt standard and it had no problem there. It froze on maximum though. Will ppay with it more, maybe pull back to 4.7 if it runs too hot or wont stabilise at 1.55v vcore.
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Im at 1.54-1.55v vcore so im guessing my chip is one of the power hungry ones.. I upped vcore for the 3 passes on ibt standard and it had no problem there. It froze on maximum though. Will ppay with it more, maybe pull back to 4.7 if it runs too hot or wont stabilise at 1.55v vcore.

Do what you think works best for you.

For comparison, I just did 10 runs of IBT on very high,.
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Im at 1.54-1.55v vcore so im guessing my chip is one of the power hungry ones.. I upped vcore for the 3 passes on ibt standard and it had no problem there. It froze on maximum though. Will ppay with it more, maybe pull back to 4.7 if it runs too hot or wont stabilise at 1.55v vcore.

You need more cooling on the VRMs and the back of the board to get the best effect. I too am using a H80i but have to compensate for lack of cooling with a shed load of fans.


fan blowing onto rear of mobo to cool socket and rear of vrms
Haf 922 with 5 Coolermaster 200mm fans fitted!
There's fans on the VRMs, fan on the northbridge, on the southbridge, on the rear of the socket, plus many more to guide the airflow thru my case, the joke is I need to file a flight plan with my local airport when I start the ugly beast!
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You need more cooling on the VRMs and the back of the board to get the best effect. I too am using a H80i but have to compensate for lack of cooling with a shed load of fans.


fan blowing onto rear of mobo to cool socket and rear of vrms
Haf 922 with 5 Coolermaster 200mm fans fitted!
There's fans on the VRMs, fan on the northbridge, on the southbridge, on the rear of the socket, plus many more to guide the airflow thru my case, the joke is I need to file a flight plan with my local airport when I start the ugly beast!


I got a 0.7a little monster blowing on nb and vrm sinks plus all rear and top fans pulling air out.

Im not using an h80i.. Im on an h55 but sandwiched between two sp120's.



I need to remove the dust screen from the top 2 fan slots since im blowing out instead of pulling in. That will help the dual slims pull a bit more out the top.

I have half a notion to try flipping the slims around and try pulling air in just to see if that does much for temps. Then the only fans blowing out would be the sp120's through the rad.

Might also stick more/better thermal compound on the cpu. Im only using the little round blob that came on the h55 so unless it squashed out i dont think its fully covering the cpu..
Edited by dmcl325i - 10/11/15 at 6:06am
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I got a 0.7a little monster blowing on nb and vrm sinks plus all rear and top fans pulling air out.

Im not using an h80i.. Im on an h55 but sandwiched between two sp120's.



I need to remove the dust screen from the top 2 fan slots since im blowing out instead of pulling in. That will help the dual slims pull a bit more out the top.

I have half a notion to try flipping the slims around and try pulling air in just to see if that does much for temps. Then the only fans blowing out would be the sp120's through the rad.

Might also stick more/better thermal compound on the cpu. Im only using the little round blob that came on the h55 so unless it squashed out i dont think its fully covering the cpu..

The H80i is the minimum I would use, that or a H100. You will struggle with the H55 as its a thin 120mm rad, the H80 is twice the width. You need to get a fan on the rear of the socket and try and get fans blowing across the VRMs...

A trick is to remove the I/O guard and put a fan extracting the hot air out.

rear fan with cables in place

This will alleviate the hot spot where the VRMs are as the air is trapped there by the H55.
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Plenty of air hitting the VRM sink from that little fan. Its the fan from the stock fx 8350 cpu cooler. Spins up to like 3000rpm or so and makes a fair bit of noise over about 80% fan speed.
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Plenty of air hitting the VRM sink from that little fan. Its the fan from the stock fx 8350 cpu cooler. Spins up to like 3000rpm or so and makes a fair bit of noise over about 80% fan speed.

What about the rear of the socket, a fan there will lower the socket temps and cool the rear of the VRMs.
You can use a small or large fan.
Edited by Mike The Owl - 10/11/15 at 7:11am
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You need more cooling on the VRMs and the back of the board to get the best effect. I too am using a H80i but have to compensate for lack of cooling with a shed load of fans.

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
fan blowing onto rear of mobo to cool socket and rear of vrms
Haf 922 with 5 Coolermaster 200mm fans fitted!
There's fans on the VRMs, fan on the northbridge, on the southbridge, on the rear of the socket, plus many more to guide the airflow thru my case, the joke is I need to file a flight plan with my local airport when I start the ugly beast!

I keep lolling at that fan mania. Just insane.
Doubt so much is actually needed. Might as well just slammed a single Delta fan there with proper airflow.
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The H80i is the minimum I would use, that or a H100. You will struggle with the H55 as its a thin 120mm rad, the H80 is twice the width. You need to get a fan on the rear of the socket and try and get fans blowing across the VRMs...

A trick is to remove the I/O guard and put a fan extracting the hot air out.

rear fan with cables in place

This will alleviate the hot spot where the VRMs are as the air is trapped there by the H55.

Hmm. That's a pretty good idea actually. Sadly it won't work for me. I can't live with just a few usb connectors, I have 5 devices plugged in.
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Plenty of air hitting the VRM sink from that little fan. Its the fan from the stock fx 8350 cpu cooler. Spins up to like 3000rpm or so and makes a fair bit of noise over about 80% fan speed.

Like others said, a fan behind the motherboard blowing at the back of the socket actually helps a lot. I can confirm this. My socket lowered like 10c with the mod.

Here are pictures of what I did. Goold ol' dremel put to work.
Now I have the fan mounted externally on the other side of the side panel, and switched to an SP120 High Static. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




That, and the fan across the vrm helps. Like mentioned it is best to have one or two small fans blowing directly on the vrm. I had two 50mm fans bolted to the vrm sink directly but now I have an Noctua mounted. Also tried the stock amd fan but just couldn't stand the noise, since everything else was pretty quiet.

Did a little mod with aluminum L profile. Looks pretty clean IMO: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




How is your progress going BTW?
    
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where do you mean by rear of socket? the space between VRM sink and CPU socket? if so that little fan is throwing plenty up there.

just dropped to 4.7ghz and lowered vcore 1 step (can possibly lower it more though, was just a tester for temps). managed 2 passes on IBT AVX on high before i manually stopped the test when tmpin2 eventually hit 81c. i cleared temp max/min before starting the test after letting all temps stabilise at idle for a few mins. the min temps you see are my idle temps here at 4.7ghz, much the same for 4.8 and 4.9 at idle. not sure if its because i ran the max test at 4.8ghz and ran high at 4.7 here but it seems like temps were slower to rise. tmpin1 actually held in the mid 60's but coming towards the end of the 2nd pass started creeping up and i pulled the plug at 81c.

is there any other indication of it being stable that doesnt require sustained full load that causes temps to rise as much? gta doesnt pull as hard on the system so while i may not be able to run 4.7 or 4.8ghz for extended periods of time in IBT AVX i can sufficiently regulate temps for gaming in gta v.

im not looking for 24/7 bragging rights just a real world OC that i can regulate sufficiently for gaming. these runs in IBT AVX are with all fans at 100%, i was running gta at 4.9ghz with all fans on smart mode.. 75% on cpu fans up to 40c (100% by 45c), front and top case fans at 80% up to 40c (100% by 45c) and the little screamer on VRM/northbridge sinks at 75-80% (100% by 45c) and i heard the CPU fans speed up once for a few seconds and the little fan sped up about 3 times for a few seconds so its able to regulate in gta just fine,

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