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Ah cool.
You actually did watercool the Kitty? I am struggling with the idea for some time now, you think it is worth it?
How are the vrm temps now? Most notable plus is going to be clean looking'ness. I just hate the Noctua ruining the look of my build.
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Yeah it was mega easy to do and made my rig more stable as half my VRM had no thermal pad on them at all, I can't comment on temps because I don't trust my sensors. The waterblock stays cool to the touch so I'm pretty happy with my choice. In terms of improved stability? Again I can't really comment, I'm too inexperienced to give a legitimate statement, it has been said on here several times that the cooler the VRM stay the cleaner the power is that is sent to the CPU etc but I honestly wouldn't know.

If you do watercool the kitty then it's easier to use the Heatkiller NSB Rev3 but again I can't comment on which cools better the NSB or the Koolance CHC-122 which the OP of the "How to watercool your sabretooth" thread recommended to use. Again the NB block stays cool to the touch.
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not wetting myself with anything lol

just proving my point on the fan sandwiched H55 CPU cooler. could honestly care less about extended duration bragging rights or 24/7 bragging rights. im not trying to kill it here just gain the assumption that it is reasonably stable.

wonder why im having to pump so much vcore into it? the mobo maybe?

ill run 20 passes at some stage today. gotta do a couple things now and i didnt want to be burning chips for cars while stress testing tongue.gif

1.55v for 4.7ghz? That is far too high, my chip is a voltage hog and i can hit 4.9ghz with that?
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Sorry man, can't beat you on multi-quotes. tongue.gif

My 1080p runs are nothing special there man. Those are lower than my 8320 can get at 4.9 confused.gif

On other news, a guy in Facebook argued with me on picking the 8320E over the 8350! Said it's (8350) the best AMD CPU in the Plaaaaanet! doh.gif noobs!

He isn't wrong though, 8350 is the best! tongue.gif
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Yeah it was mega easy to do and made my rig more stable as half my VRM had no thermal pad on them at all, I can't comment on temps because I don't trust my sensors. The waterblock stays cool to the touch so I'm pretty happy with my choice. In terms of improved stability? Again I can't really comment, I'm too inexperienced to give a legitimate statement, it has been said on here several times that the cooler the VRM stay the cleaner the power is that is sent to the CPU etc but I honestly wouldn't know.

If you do watercool the kitty then it's easier to use the Heatkiller NSB Rev3 but again I can't comment on which cools better the NSB or the Koolance CHC-122 which the OP of the "How to watercool your sabretooth" thread recommended to use. Again the NB block stays cool to the touch.
1.55v for 4.7ghz? That is far too high, my chip is a voltage hog and i can hit 4.9ghz with that?
He isn't wrong though, 8350 is the best! tongue.gif
it goes both ways with vrm sink either is cooling very well so it's cool...or it's not contacting vrms which is much worse but you know is the latter in your case as you installed it yourself... But cooler is better..when they overheat the voltages they send can vary...which can be very bad as agent Smith found out smile.gif speaking of which where is he
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8350 is the best....as what a central heating unit, a way to use more electricity than a large hadron collider........?

Mike the owl, a FX8350 owner
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heatsink is seated on the VRM's just fine. its only cool because i have a 0.7a cpu heatsink fan running 100% blowing on the northbridge and VRM sinks. if i stop the fan, presto heato lol

im wondering if i might be overvolting now.. earlier on i found more stability with more voltage but maybe i was overvolting already and it just happened to stabilise a bit with even more voltage? im actually moving vcore back down bit by bit here now and seeing if i get errors or freezes in IBT. so far i havent got anything other than a similar error on 3rd or 4th pass of IBT on very hard like i did with the vcore cranked up higher.

im actually down to 1.48 vcore currently. im running IBT on very high as i write this. i did tweak cpu NB voltage and ram voltage up slightly this last time i dropped vcore though. my socket temps are thanking me on the lower vcore under load.. hasnt crossed 50c yet.
Edited by dmcl325i - 10/12/15 at 8:10am
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8350 is the best....as what a central heating unit, a way to use more electricity than a large hadron collider........?

Mike the owl, a FX8350 owner

LOL! I could not get my 8350 past 4.8 but got the 8370 to 5 at less vcore.
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heatsink is seated on the VRM's just fine. its only cool because i have a 0.7a cpu heatsink fan running 100% blowing on the northbridge and VRM sinks. if i stop the fan, presto heato lol

im wondering if i might be overvolting now.. earlier on i found more stability with more voltage but maybe i was overvolting already and it just happened to stabilise a bit with even more voltage? im actually moving vcore back down bit by bit here now and seeing if i get errors or freezes in IBT. so far i havent got anything other than a similar error on 3rd or 4th pass of IBT on very hard like i did with the vcore cranked up higher.

im actually down to 1.48 vcore currently. im running IBT on very high as i write this. i did tweak cpu NB voltage and ram voltage up slightly this last time i dropped vcore though.
what is your cpu nb voltage and vdda?
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heatsink is seated on the VRM's just fine. its only cool because i have a 0.7a cpu heatsink fan running 100% blowing on the northbridge and VRM sinks. if i stop the fan, presto heato lol

im wondering if i might be overvolting now.. earlier on i found more stability with more voltage but maybe i was overvolting already and it just happened to stabilise a bit with even more voltage? im actually moving vcore back down bit by bit here now and seeing if i get errors or freezes in IBT. so far i havent got anything other than a similar error on 3rd or 4th pass of IBT on very hard like i did with the vcore cranked up higher.

The reason you're still getting errors on the 3rd or 4th pass is because your memory or something else is unstable, if you're lowering the vcore and still not getting -1.xxxxxxxxx results then it isn't vcore related from my own experience.
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LOL! I could not get my 8350 past 4.8 but got the 8370 to 5 at less vcore.

That's because you simply wouldn't move to watercooling and kept beating a dead horse despite all our advice.
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Yeah it was mega easy to do and made my rig more stable as half my VRM had no thermal pad on them at all, I can't comment on temps because I don't trust my sensors. The waterblock stays cool to the touch so I'm pretty happy with my choice. In terms of improved stability? Again I can't really comment, I'm too inexperienced to give a legitimate statement, it has been said on here several times that the cooler the VRM stay the cleaner the power is that is sent to the CPU etc but I honestly wouldn't know.

If you do watercool the kitty then it's easier to use the Heatkiller NSB Rev3 but again I can't comment on which cools better the NSB or the Koolance CHC-122 which the OP of the "How to watercool your sabretooth" thread recommended to use. Again the NB block stays cool to the touch.
1.55v for 4.7ghz? That is far too high, my chip is a voltage hog and i can hit 4.9ghz with that?
He isn't wrong though, 8350 is the best! tongue.gif

Both look good IMO. Although I have to say I didn't was aware of another compatible NB block before you mentioned it.

You are right btw that cooler vrm deliver cleaner power. Sames goes with PSU's.

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8350 is the best....as what a central heating unit, a way to use more electricity than a large hadron collider........?

Mike the owl, a FX8350 owner

Pretty happy actually with my 8320, except for the voltage needs. But probably not worth it to sell it and get one from one of the more recent batches. Mine is one of the first.
    
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That's because you simply wouldn't move to watercooling and kept beating a dead horse despite all our advice.

I have proven that watercooling isn't needed. The newer chips are much better than the old ones. And no way no how I would trust your advice. You are too opinionated.
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