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Nice,
I assume you will start the 6GHz club?

We already have one tongue.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1082747/new-6ghz-oc-club

I'm only in with my celeron though haha

I wonder what it was I typed when looking for it ....doh! redface.gif
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You have a M5A97? I think that these 80C are safe, because I guess this baord and others e.g. M5A99x have some faulty socket temp readings. A delta of 21C is just to much.
Yes, I have the M5A97 R2.0 & yes 21C difference seemed a lot!.
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My M5A99X EVO R2.0 is doing the same thing. I had a max. 22C difference. Once I installed a fan to blow on the VRMs the difference dropped to 18C max. What I really want know is, if the socket temp sensor on the mentioned asus boards is physical or not. I guess it is because idle temps are between 27C - 32C which seems perfectly right
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I don't know how you fit an H100i into such a small mid tower case as the Smilodon . I would guess that case is very crowded and doesn't have the best cable management, which means more heat. I also do not think that low cost Asus motherboard is a good choice for overclocking. I KNOW it doesn't have 8,2, 2 power phase control like the Asus Sabertooth or the Crosshair V.. That will limit your overclocking ability. I definitely would upgrade to a larger case with better cable management and better fan cooling options. My guess is that alone would cut your temps bu at least 5-10 degrees celcius.
I also strongly recommend a motherboard with better phase power control 8,2,2. I do now see your pic . That is a whole lot crowded into the average size mid-tower. Spring for the larger case. You will,be a much happier fellow guaranteed!
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Wow, looks like it's a good day for the Vish club, Gert,Fears and Hatrix all getting along famously with their new WC setups smile.gif ( Happy holidays everyone thumb.gif )

Don't forget me!! biggrin.gif

My new mod and lower temps has given me 4.9ghz with 1.56v under load (1.536v unloaded) which is only a small bump up in vcore from the previous stable 4.8ghz. I did try for 5ghz but it needed over 1.6v to be getting anywhere near stable so I decided to stick with 4.9ghz.

The temp headroom has also given me the chance to push the mem controller and Samsung RAM to 2133mhz 9-10-10-24. Not bad for 1600Mhz 11-11-11-28 RAM. smile.gif

Even better I can also do heavy stuff like encoding with a much quieter system, which is great as it sits in the AV rack in the living room. thumb.gif I'm confident I could put any future platform in this case too without worrying about thermal limits or noise.
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Don't forget me!! biggrin.gif
My new mod and lower temps has given me 4.9ghz with 1.56v under load (1.536v unloaded) which is only a small bump up in vcore from the previous stable 4.8ghz. I did try for 5ghz but it needed over 1.6v to be getting anywhere near stable so I decided to stick with 4.9ghz.
The temp headroom has also given me the chance to push the mem controller and Samsung RAM to 2133mhz 9-10-10-24. Not bad for 1600Mhz 11-11-11-28 RAM. smile.gif
Even better I can also do heavy stuff like encoding with a much quieter system, which is great as it sits in the AV rack in the living room. thumb.gif I'm confident I could put any future platform in this case too without worrying about thermal limits or noise.
Aww crap, knew I would accidentally leave someone out frown.gif .
Glad you are having good luck now, and nice job getting those kind numbers out of your sammies thumb.gif
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Don't forget me!! biggrin.gif
My new mod and lower temps has given me 4.9ghz with 1.56v under load (1.536v unloaded) which is only a small bump up in vcore from the previous stable 4.8ghz. I did try for 5ghz but it needed over 1.6v to be getting anywhere near stable so I decided to stick with 4.9ghz.
The temp headroom has also given me the chance to push the mem controller and Samsung RAM to 2133mhz 9-10-10-24. Not bad for 1600Mhz 11-11-11-28 RAM. smile.gif
Even better I can also do heavy stuff like encoding with a much quieter system, which is great as it sits in the AV rack in the living room. thumb.gif I'm confident I could put any future platform in this case too without worrying about thermal limits or noise.
Aww crap, knew I would accidentally leave someone out frown.gif .
Glad you are having good luck now, and nice job getting those kind numbers out of your sammies thumb.gif

Left out several people really. tongue.gif

Anyway, I didn't feel running 1.6v 24/7, so I aimed my goal at lowering voltage at 5.0 instead. Managed to drop it to 1.5v, we'll see how it holds up over the week.
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Left out several people really. tongue.gif
Anyway, I didn't feel running 1.6v 24/7, so I aimed my goal at lowering voltage at 5.0 instead. Managed to drop it to 1.5v, we'll see how it holds up over the week.
Hehe, I wondered when you would chime in biggrin.gif
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2hrs, 1080p/RF20, on the silent fan profile. smile.gif

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I don't know how you fit an H100i into such a small mid tower case as the Smilodon . I would guess that case is very crowded and doesn't have the best cable management, which means more heat. I also do not think that low cost Asus motherboard is a good choice for overclocking. I KNOW it doesn't have 8,2, 2 power phase control like the Asus Sabertooth or the Crosshair V.. That will limit your overclocking ability. I definitely would upgrade to a larger case with better cable management and better fan cooling options. My guess is that alone would cut your temps bu at least 5-10 degrees celcius.
I also strongly recommend a motherboard with better phase power control 8,2,2. I do now see your pic . That is a whole lot crowded into the average size mid-tower. Spring for the larger case. You will,be a much happier fellow guaranteed!

I know it's a lot to cram in there but it fits decently well. There was honestly a big opening at the top once taking out of my SATA RW drives for the H100i.

Cable management.... Well the case itself really doesn't have any cable management. I'd say I did a pretty good job myself working with what I got. It looks a lot better in person. My temps are perfectly fine right now despite having a mid tower. Idle around 18 C and never goes above 47 C after 10 runs of IBT. Thats at a 4.7 overclock.
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