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post #201 of 1055
What do you mean by block seating. my brother put it on. hes wondering if he put it on to tight
post #202 of 1055
Okay i am going to order more thermal should i get this one or this one?

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001FVI91U/ref=s9_simh_gw_p147_d0_i3?pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_s=center-2&pf_rd_r=0KXY1NJW59NF254TANT5&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=1630072222&pf_rd_i=507846

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835186040


I kinda like the one from newegg then i dont have to worry bout to much on there or anyrhing and that 30g bottle would last along time
post #203 of 1055
Do you have a radio shack near by they have artic silver and the remover. Artic silver best bet is to run a thin film across the top of the cpu with a business card.
Edited by Jflisk - 10/19/13 at 3:17pm
post #204 of 1055
the one from newegg has the messuring method for the dot method.


Yeah i live 10m from radio shack
post #205 of 1055
Dot method, an X, or two short parallel bars are all sufficient. Just make sure it is not excessive in any case. I'm using Artic Silver 5, purchased from Radio Shack.

Prior to getting upset, I would focus on running everything stock at 4.7GHz and Auto. Ensure that passes all tests and thermals.

If it doesn't, and your H100 is applied properly, I'd say you have a defective unit and should push for a customer exchange.

If it does Pass at stock settings, then slowly walk your multiplier up and voltages up as necessary - minding the temperatures - and test as you go. Overclocking is not a plug and play operation: I would not have spent 8 days working this processor towards a stable 5GHz if it was.

One last note: AMD only guaranteed these processors to perform at 4.7 GHz. They also guaranteed that 2 cores would run at 5GHz with the rest "un-burdened". We are attempting to operate at the top end of this products performance range.
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post #206 of 1055
Prior to applying the additional fan aimed at my VRM and CPU Base Plates, I too was seeing a gap of 20C or so between Core Temp and Socket Temp.

Take one of the case fans, and re-purpose it. After testing is done and you are confirmed stable, put it where you feel you need it most: your PC will probably never get that hot again.
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Lastly: what Motherboard are you using? Your original post states Asus Crosshair V Formula. Yet recently you stated you are using Bios 1703, same as your brother is using on his Sabretooth. I have not found a 1703 for Crosshair - 1602 just came out a few days ago.

Please clarify: an invalid Bios could complicate things, and a different Motherboard may require different settings.
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post #208 of 1055
This is my motherboard

http://www.asus.com/ROG_ROG/CROSSHAIR_V_FORMULA/

My brother put bios 1703 on it. It says 1703 every time i start up

Also i am thinking about upgrading my case to the rosewill black hawk super case. It has a spot for the fan to go behind the motherboard and i can set more 120mm fans on the normal side panel to blow on the front of the case. I would sell my x haf to my other brother and upgrade to this for 80 bucks
Edited by LOA5000 - 10/19/13 at 4:27pm
post #209 of 1055
Got it - an older revision of the Motherboard I have, and you are indeed using the latest Bios. Thank you for clarifying: we are no longer comparing "apples to apples", so to speak.

I may upgrade my case: after I prove stability, and then subsequently see what my Core vs. Socket temp variances are under normal usages without the extra fan "Gorilla Taped" to the side...

Since re-starting things this morning, I've passed three of my stability tests at 5GHz thus far: only 2 left to go wink.gif with 1.536V CPU idle (+12mV load) and 1.175 CPU/NB
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post #210 of 1055
are you using 1175 nb voltage with 2600 ht speed and 2200 for the other what are your to speeds with that northbridge setting?

My defualt is also 2600 ht and 2200 for the other


Its kinda apples and apples still. I dont think theres much of a difrence
Edited by LOA5000 - 10/19/13 at 5:06pm
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