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It was a poor attempt at humour, I've noticed in earlier posts people asking him to see his current project rig and he almost never posts it, I ask and BAM! There it is. Again, I was joking. lol

So here is my result, your fan placement advice shaved quite a bit of degrees off it seems. But now what to do? Should I push forward for 4.7?


is there anything labelled T1, T2,T3 voltages and temps ?

(are sick of me asking for sensor readings yet?)

to accurately make recommendations on minimizing temps we need to see what the cpu/nb (likely labeled as T something) voltages, your 990fx NB temps, and the HT voltages

you will reach a thermal point that you are real close too that will stop you clocking on your core speed and you will need to start focusing on secondary and tertiary aspects of the system to squeeze out more performace

this is an single graph from my api test thread, this is the API feature test from 3dmark. all these number were taken from the same rig same set of memory just different profile with the only tweaks being meory everything else is the same
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

this shows that with Mem speed and NB speed alone you can make marked improvements, i don't have the graphs yet that compare the same speed nb and mem to difference clock speeds but its not quite as impressive as this one let me tell you that right now
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post #57222 of 67356
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is there anything labelled T1, T2,T3 voltages and temps ?

(are sick of me asking for sensor readings yet?)

to accurately make recommendations on minimizing temps we need to see what the cpu/nb (likely labeled as T something) voltages, your 990fx NB temps, and the HT voltages

you will reach a thermal point that you are real close too that will stop you clocking on your core speed and you will need to start focusing on secondary and tertiary aspects of the system to squeeze out more performace

this is an single graph from my api test thread, this is the API feature test from 3dmark. all these number were taken from the same rig same set of memory just different profile with the only tweaks being meory everything else is the same
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

this shows that with Mem speed and NB speed alone you can make marked improvements, i don't have the graphs yet that compare the same speed nb and mem to difference clock speeds but its not quite as impressive as this one let me tell you that right now


you deserve your 100th rep!
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post #57223 of 67356
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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
is there anything labelled T1, T2,T3 voltages and temps ?

(are sick of me asking for sensor readings yet?)

to accurately make recommendations on minimizing temps we need to see what the cpu/nb (likely labeled as T something) voltages, your 990fx NB temps, and the HT voltages

you will reach a thermal point that you are real close too that will stop you clocking on your core speed and you will need to start focusing on secondary and tertiary aspects of the system to squeeze out more performace

this is an single graph from my api test thread, this is the API feature test from 3dmark. all these number were taken from the same rig same set of memory just different profile with the only tweaks being meory everything else is the same
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

this shows that with Mem speed and NB speed alone you can make marked improvements, i don't have the graphs yet that compare the same speed nb and mem to difference clock speeds but its not quite as impressive as this one let me tell you that right now



you deserve a rep!


thanks Mang! Glad to see your posting again and not just being a creepy lurker tongue.gif YAY two flaming Bawls biggrin.gif
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thanks Mang! Glad to see your posting again and not just being a creepy lurker tongue.gif

i like to lurk lol but i need 3 more rep for 100 so going for it

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post #57225 of 67356
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thanks Mang! Glad to see your posting again and not just being a creepy lurker tongue.gif

i like to lurk
lol but i need 3 more rep for 100 so going for it

wink.gif

I know that feeling, but I can only ignore bad advice so long before i feel the need to rectify said advice biggrin.gif
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is there anything labelled T1, T2,T3 voltages and temps ?

(are sick of me asking for sensor readings yet?)

to accurately make recommendations on minimizing temps we need to see what the cpu/nb (likely labeled as T something) voltages, your 990fx NB temps, and the HT voltages

you will reach a thermal point that you are real close too that will stop you clocking on your core speed and you will need to start focusing on secondary and tertiary aspects of the system to squeeze out more performace

this is an single graph from my api test thread, this is the API feature test from 3dmark. all these number were taken from the same rig same set of memory just different profile with the only tweaks being meory everything else is the same
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

this shows that with Mem speed and NB speed alone you can make marked improvements, i don't have the graphs yet that compare the same speed nb and mem to difference clock speeds but its not quite as impressive as this one let me tell you that right now

I'll check when I get back home.
post #57227 of 67356
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I know that feeling, but I can only ignore bad advice so long before i feel the need to rectify said advice biggrin.gif


aint that the truth rolleyes.gif
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I fail to see how this will help her. the temp drop would have to be in the range of 20-30*c for her to make up the performance in clock speed.

given her stated work load this is not something I would ever suggest
see my above post. bitfenix pwm pros stomp all over them they do the same job quieter and more efficiently (meaning you can get more on a controller before the poop out)

notuca industrials are nice but IMHO overkill too bloody loud, mind you the system that i heard them in didn't run them under 70% frown.gif

Exactly how much performance is she going to lose by lowering HT to 2400mhz?. Also I recommended fans I own or have owned, I didn't know bitfenix had fans. I cant find a review on them those specs look too good to be true. I run my Noctua's full blast cant hear them I have kids, I once accidentally stuck my finger in 1 of the Noctua 3000 rpm fan at full speed while checking it out and it didn't break nor crack hurt a little not to bad though same case with the Aerocool they are both well made fans in my book with the Aerocool being a lot quieter and less deadly to your digits a very important factor if you have kids with sticky hands lol.
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post #57229 of 67356
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Originally Posted by Deadlyg33k View Post

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Originally Posted by FlailScHLAMP View Post

is there anything labelled T1, T2,T3 voltages and temps ?

(are sick of me asking for sensor readings yet?)

to accurately make recommendations on minimizing temps we need to see what the cpu/nb (likely labeled as T something) voltages, your 990fx NB temps, and the HT voltages

you will reach a thermal point that you are real close too that will stop you clocking on your core speed and you will need to start focusing on secondary and tertiary aspects of the system to squeeze out more performace

this is an single graph from my api test thread, this is the API feature test from 3dmark. all these number were taken from the same rig same set of memory just different profile with the only tweaks being meory everything else is the same
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

this shows that with Mem speed and NB speed alone you can make marked improvements, i don't have the graphs yet that compare the same speed nb and mem to difference clock speeds but its not quite as impressive as this one let me tell you that right now

I'll check when I get back home.

Oh, Do you happen to know what thermal paste you are using? there are some pastes (arctic silver 5 most notably) need cure time. (for as5 this is about a little more than a week of use)

and during this cure time the temps are usually higher by 3-5 degrees.

GC-extreme from gelid also exibit this behaviour for me but with a much shorter cure time (2 or 3 days)
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Oh, Do you happen to know what thermal paste you are using? there are some pastes (arctic silver 5 most notably) need cure time. (for as5 this is about a little more than a week of use)

and during this cure time the temps are usually higher by 3-5 degrees.

GC-extreme from gelid also exibit this behaviour for me but with a much shorter cure time (2 or 3 days)

she quoted AS5 in previous post i think

ive always used mx4
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