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My Water cooling build.: EK-KIT H3O 360 HFX + EK 120 rad

Water pump - 360 rad - i5 3570k @4.6 - 120 rad - Evga titan Ek waterblock @ 1201 mhz - Reservoir
Fans running at 1000rpm

i5 3570 temp with corsair h100i about 70-75 c . With this setup = 62-64 c in prime95 blend test
Titan on stock cooler ~85c high fan rpm . with this setup 28 idle temp , 37c 100% load

I also made an successfull IHS removal on the i5 , with a razorblade and removed the stock paste and glue and put noctua nt-h1 paste and remounted it with succes.

My first watercooling build.

Was a bit nervous when i mounted the titan block and when i removed the ihs on the i5 , but all went fine what i can measuse atm.
Will test it harder at the weekend.


I am stunned about the temp with the titan, high OC and still almost 50c belove stock temp redface.gif)

Not a perfect picture , but taken with my iphone4 in the half dark room, but it have to do.


//Rickard
post #10802 of 28092
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Originally Posted by Mogwaii View Post


My Water cooling build.: EK-KIT H3O 360 HFX + EK 120 rad

Water pump - 360 rad - i5 3570k @4.6 - 120 rad - Evga titan Ek waterblock @ 1201 mhz - Reservoir
Fans running at 1000rpm

i5 3570 temp with corsair h100i about 70-75 c . With this setup = 62-64 c in prime95 blend test
Titan on stock cooler ~85c high fan rpm . with this setup 28 idle temp , 37c 100% load

I also made an successfull IHS removal on the i5 , with a razorblade and removed the stock paste and glue and put noctua nt-h1 paste and remounted it with succes.

My first watercooling build.

Was a bit nervous when i mounted the titan block and when i removed the ihs on the i5 , but all went fine what i can measuse atm.
Will test it harder at the weekend.


I am stunned about the temp with the titan, high OC and still almost 50c belove stock temp redface.gif)

Not a perfect picture , but taken with my iphone4 in the half dark room, but it have to do.


//Rickard

Very nice setup ! thumb.gif Grats

Water really goes well with the Titan.
The temperature drop is astonishing
post #10803 of 28092
Tryed to OC titan to 1215mhz

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Worked like a charm , load temp 37-38c


3D mark fire strike :

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And Heaven Test:

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Tryed Metro Last Light , Bf3 , Crysis 3 , @ 2560x 1440 , 27" Dell screen.

Rock sollid 1215 mhz , no throttle or errors smile.gif


Sorry for the spam. Bit exited atm redface.gif
Edited by Mogwaii - 6/27/13 at 10:51am
post #10804 of 28092
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Tryed to OC titan to 1215mhz

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Worked like a charm , load temp 37-38c


3D mark fire strike :

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And Heaven Test:

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Rock sollid 1215 mhz , no throttle or errors smile.gif


Sorry for the spam. Bit exited atm redface.gif

Your Valley score seems low for that clock. Did you do the tweaks listed on the valley thread?
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Your Valley score seems low for that clock. Did you do the tweaks listed on the valley thread?


No , didnt know it exists

What url is that?
post #10806 of 28092
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Power Target and voltage are different things.

1) Power Target let you give more power to the cards. The TDP limit with stock bios is 250W. If you set it to 106% you will let the card draw 265W.
The maximum you can draw with a unlocked bios is 300W. And that is the hard limit.

2) Voltage is locked to a maximum of 1.2v in stock bios. The more voltage you apply to the card, the more power it will need. So if you hit your power target because you increased voltage, your card will throttle. That's why you should flash a new bios and unlock power limits.

Voltage limits will raise from 1.2v to 1.212v with those bios as well. 1.212v is the hard limit for voltage.

3) You manually change VOLTAGE and POWER TARGET from separate sliders. You will never hit your power limit with moddified bios. You can only be limited by voltage, temperature or GPU itself.
Awesome, that's what I wanted to know!

I assume most of the modded BIOS' have the maximum TDP limited raised to 300W? I'm constantly hitting my power limit right now, and I believe that's what's causing my throttling. Am I right in assuming that voltage can't be adjusted in Precision with the stock BIOS? Whenever I click the voltages option in Precision X it's just empty with no adjustable settings. Do the modded BIOS' enable these features or just set a higher preset voltage?
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No , didnt know it exists

What url is that?

http://www.overclock.net/t/1360884/official-top-30-unigine-valley-benchmark-1-0-fill-the-form
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Yes, your voltage is 1.15v right now.
Beware you haven't touched your core clocks yet. You are running only @ 875mhz now, because there is no GPU Boost.
Didnt change the voltage. Just set power limit to 110% and core clock to 1150MHz and left memory as it was. VDDC still sits at 1.1500V. Is this normal or was it supposed to change with the higher core clock?

EDIT : Also tried 1202MHz core but the driver crashed immediately.
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Google tweakings thats allowed and changed my settings.

I did not go all in , that is, i dont know if this is my max clock settings on core or mem. I just stayed 1215 mhz and boosted mem 100mhz and the test was smoth and no errors.

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is that score an OK score or should that clock get more points to be "nice" ? =)

//Rickard
Edited by Mogwaii - 6/27/13 at 11:50am
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Didnt change the voltage. Just set power limit to 110% and core clock to 1150MHz and left memory as it was. VDDC still sits at 1.1500V. Is this normal or was it supposed to change with the higher core clock?

EDIT : Also tried 1202MHz core but the driver crashed immediately.


If u havent tryed this yet = then try remove all adaptive settings in the nvidia controll panel and set all to maximum performance.

It helped me on stock cooler when i had driver crash on OC.
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