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Ah ok smile.gif thk
Anyway i m gonna switch to a h80i Soon for vette cooling

Realistically the H80i isn't much of an upgrade rom the Noctua you have now. You'll need a H100i for any meaningful benefit. Better still, a custom loop or a kit from XSPC or Swiftech if they'll fit your case and budget limitations.
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Unluckily the h100 is not supported by my case: Xigmatek asgard II black/orange window, code: cpc-t45ue-u02.
It supports until h80...
What can u suggest me?
It s really so high the difference between 80 and 100 and so Low between 80 and my noctua?
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Unluckily the h100 is not supported by my case: Xigmatek asgard II black/orange window, code: cpc-t45ue-u02.
It supports until h80...
What can u suggest me?
It s really so high the difference between 80 and 100 and so Low between 80 and my noctua?

In short yes, the H80i wont give you much extra over the Noctua, H100i would be good for around -10c
It might be possible to do something like I did with my HAF912 otherwise I dont know if I'd bother quite honestly.
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1.248v - 1.264v @ 4.8Ghz its amazing even for 3 hours ...BUT will it be stable over 12, and run a few runs of cinebench CPU (Muti core) test...Does it pass?

This was a quick shot for a test of changed RAM frequency and timings.
As i test lots of kit i'll try the highest frequencies with relaxed timings and the lowest timings achievable with stock frequencies.
The CPU is Rock Solid and passed every type of torture test (24h Prime, 150 Run of IBT and LinX ecc ecc) and benches (Cinebench, Realbench ecc ecc) and long gaming sessions of latest titles. thumb.gif
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Mine will run 4.8 24h stable at 1.27V but seems to hit a wall after that. prior to de-lidding it took 1.47V to get 5ghz just bench stable let alone prime.
I will try again now that I have delidded and my load temps are in the low 60's. It might take less voltage to get the same speed stable?
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@Mxthunder
1.47v (in BIOS) is too high especially with any LLC augmenting that, personally I wouldnt go over 1.45v because rest assured it will be higher at times in CPU-Z during 12 hour prime testing, it just makes for good sense even if the CPU is fine you're risking the possibility of burnt pins, just my take.
For example my own
5.0Ghz
v-core in BIOS 1.445V
actual v-core in CPU-Z with LLC on ultra high/2nd highest. Lower settings were tried but would droop under load
1.445v - 1.456v
Edited by Kamikazi - 12/11/14 at 3:48pm
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that is measured with dmm via read points on the motherboard. with LLC set to extreme, what I set is usually almost exactly what I get. the control is very precise withe the z77 up7.
Have not experienced any burnt pins even with > 1.5V for short periods of time benching, etc.
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