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What cooler are you running for your cpu?
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Corsair H110...live in Dubai (the desert redface.gif) so ambient temps can be high but can normally keep my cpu at 60-65c depending if I turn the a/c on or not smile.gif
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Ah okay, that sounds really cool. Are there really as many supercars as people say out there? Or is it just a joke?

Anyway, as for cooling, if you're more interesting with performance than sound, you could add fans to your cooler. Or if you are crazy, you could leave the radiator in a pail of water or mineral oil that is constantly circulating. That is a little crazier idea than most people would want to do. But it is possible because the radiator is completely enclosed and water tight.
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Got stability and found my 24/7 overclock smile.gif Passed 1hr of custom test with the below settings, zero errors.

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Ram: 9-10-10-24, 2T @ 2133, Latency Boundary - Auto

Vcore - 1.215 (1.272 under load)
Dram - 1.65
VCCSA - Auto
VTTCPU1 - 1.15
VTTCPU2 - 1.05099
PCH 1.1 - Auto
PCH 1.5 - Auto
VTTDDR (a, b, c, d) - 0.825

CPU Load Line - Extreme
CPU Current Cap. - 150%
CPU Voltage Freq. - 350khz
VCCSA Load Line - Regular
VCCSA Fixed Freq. - 300khz
VCCSA Current Cap. - 100%
VRM Over Temp. Protection - Auto
CPU Power Phase - Extreme
CPU Power Duty - T. Probe
DRAM a,b,c,d Current Cap. - 100%
DRAM a,b,c,d Voltage Freq. 500khz
DRAM a,bc,d Power Phase Control - Extreme

Temps maxed at 67c with air conditioning off (kids home).

Going to play some Dayz now and tomorrow will try to get the RAM stable at 1T with Latency Boundary at Nearest and some other timing tweaks, will also lower vcore knowing its rock stable at 4.5ghz @ 1.215v...then its try to find my highest OC, fingers crossed for 5ghz.

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Originally Posted by discusfish99 View Post

Ah okay, that sounds really cool. Are there really as many supercars as people say out there? Or is it just a joke?

Anyway, as for cooling, if you're more interesting with performance than sound, you could add fans to your cooler. Or if you are crazy, you could leave the radiator in a pail of water or mineral oil that is constantly circulating. That is a little crazier idea than most people would want to do. But it is possible because the radiator is completely enclosed and water tight.

It's not a joke...every other car is a super car. In my street there are Maserati, Bentley, etc...I don't drive but my wife has a Yaris biggrin.gif I ride a 1990 Honda NSR250SP (2 stroke ftw) biggrin.gif
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It's not a joke...every other car is a super car. In my street there are Maserati, Bentley, etc...I don't drive but my wife has a Yaris biggrin.gif I ride a 1990 Honda NSR250SP (2 stroke ftw) biggrin.gif

Well ****. I live in the U.S. and I'm lucky to see a single super car in a month. I'm assuming your supercar is your desktop then?
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How in the heck are you keeping your gpus at 1230 without a loop? Did you cherry pick them or are you just super lucky? Anyway you should do a minimum of 12h of prime95 for stability testing if you choose to use it. My 3770k got WHEA errors at bf3 after 8 hours of prime95. It is not an ivy-e but still an ivy.
     
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Well ****. I live in the U.S. and I'm lucky to see a single super car in a month. I'm assuming your supercar is your desktop then?

Yep, I waste all my money on my bike or my PC smile.gif
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How in the heck are you keeping your gpus at 1230 without a loop? Did you cherry pick them or are you just super lucky? Anyway you should do a minimum of 12h of prime95 for stability testing if you choose to use it. My 3770k got WHEA errors at bf3 after 8 hours of prime95. It is not an ivy-e but still an ivy.

I don't keep them at 1230, I bench them at 1230 but for gaming I keep them stock...I don't bench now I got the highest score I can get though.

I passed 7hr P95 blend last night but failed the custom test that was provided above, now I've passed the custom test so I think it's pretty good now.
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but also not breach 1.3v which I hear is the safest 24/7 vcore for ivy-e

I thought people ran way more than that on lga2011

1.4v is fine on the quad ivies
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Originally Posted by Cyro999 View Post

I thought people ran way more than that on lga2011

1.4v is fine on the quad ivies

I just wanted as low vcore as poss with 4.5ghz.

I read a couple of places on ROG forums that its better to keep Ivy-E below 1.3v for 24/7.
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