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post #421 of 3615
It is selected cpu, got it from friend from other hardware forums. So I had to help my luck a little.. It is one of the old chips, that were great. Previous owner was able to reach stable 4.8 at just 1.265, which might depend on motherboard, because for me it doesn't go that low.
Also I could get such result, only with very few motherboards. For example to get it to 5ghz, no matter what mobo, i need very high voltage of about 1.45.
But as I said, cooler I'm getting is for aesthetics, more than performance.
post #422 of 3615
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Originally Posted by aerial View Post

It is selected cpu, got it from friend from other hardware forums. So I had to help my luck a little.. It is one of the old chips, that were great. Previous owner was able to reach stable 4.8 at just 1.265, which might depend on motherboard, because for me it doesn't go that low.
Also I could get such result, only with very few motherboards. For example to get it to 5ghz, no matter what mobo, i need very high voltage of about 1.45.
But as I said, cooler I'm getting is for aesthetics, more than performance.

Very nice smile.gif

I agree with you about aesthetics. This has to be the sexiest dual tower heatsink out there. But the nice thing about the R1, is that its not just beautiful, because its also the top 3 air coolers right now. So you're getting the best of both worlds. Its a win-win.

And don't worry about the 1.45V. The VIDs on Sandy's are 1.52V as per Intel.

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post #423 of 3615
Yea, but I don't think it is worth to increase power consumption that much just to gain 200mhz smile.gif Maybe for benchmarks, but 24/7 i prefere slow fans.
post #424 of 3615
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Wimstrek View Post

Hello my 5820k is slightly more concave than normal, I know that noctua bases are convex.

What about the Cryorig R1 Ultimate base?

Also any idea about if the ultimate would fit in a gigabyte x99 gaming G1 along with a backplate gpu. (noctua says that the d14 may touch the backplate )

CLC are boring,expensive and noisy... rolleyes.gifwink.gif

R1 Ultimate is slight convex side to side and almost perfectly flat front to back.
post #425 of 3615
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

R1 Ultimate is slight convex side to side and almost perfectly flat front to back.

Thanks doyll

You mean like the phanteks?




Also I have Gskill Ripjaws 4 40mm tall, I have seen some R1 ultimate reviews that said 35mm others 40mm and I think that another one said much more moving the fan.

Currently I am between the R1 ultimate and the Phanteks TC14PE (with other fans), but I think that the fan clips with the phanteks will touch the back of the gpu, and won't let me use one with backplate (gigabyte x99 gaming G1)
post #426 of 3615
Thread Starter 
The way ruler is on it their is a little light under each side. wink.gif
Phanteks fan clips can be covered with tape or heat shrink on what sticks out side of cooler.

Cryorig clips are almost flush with sides.



Take a close look at the bottom of the ruler. It's at least 5mm above motherboard.
42mm* RAM just clears fan in highest position
44mm* RAM with fan setting on RAM


*Using Geil Value Plus RAM (37mm tall) leaves 5mm between top of RAM and bottom of fan, and gently lifting the fan up a 7mm spacer slips in easily.. meaning a little tweaking of fan clips and fan would stay up with 7mm clearance.

Edit:
Direct from Cryorig's mouth:
Quote:
Just adding some numbers to Doyll's explanation: Since the mounting height of the fans are adjustable between 177mm total height to 168mm at the lowest. Subtracting the total height of the fan itself 140mm and the difference of the CPU face and DIMM prop up distance, you get a space of 177-140+(8-2) = 43mm for the tallest configuration and 34mm for the lowest. So RAM betwen 43mm~34mm will fit depending on your case.
post #427 of 3615
Doyll

Is the Cryorig CP9 thermal paste any good?

I've been using Arctic MX-4, but I just ran out since I used the remaining on my GPU.


Where would you rank the CP9?
post #428 of 3615
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Carmaine View Post

Doyll

Is the Cryorig CP9 thermal paste any good?

I've been using Arctic MX-4, but I just ran out since I used the remaining on my GPU.


Where would you rank the CP9?
CP9 is quite good.

How easy the TIM is to use is far more important, and CP9 is nice to work with. There is no reason to buy something else.

I've tested with CP9, PH-NDC, NT-H1, MX-4, CF3, and DC1 and find them all to perform very well.
Except for a few very hard to use TIMs like Coollaboratory Liquid Pro, the difference between top 20 is about 2c. Once we allow for variables involved in testing that difference is more like 1c. Things like barometric pressure, humidity, slight changes in temperature, how good the TIM print is, etc. can easily skew results by 2-3c.

Edited by doyll - 10/22/14 at 10:22am
post #429 of 3615
i have an i5 4690k and the r1 ultimate and i overclocked it to 4.5 ghz @1.3v
im getting temps around 100c in small fft test, but around 65-70 in some intel stress test. is this normal?
is there any chance i mounted the cooler wrong if im getting temps this high?
post #430 of 3615
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Originally Posted by dgershko View Post

i have an i5 4690k and the r1 ultimate and i overclocked it to 4.5 ghz @1.3v
im getting temps around 100c in small fft test, but around 65-70 in some intel stress test. is this normal?
is there any chance i mounted the cooler wrong if im getting temps this high?
I would suggest a remount to see what the TIM imprint looks like and to be sure, but there are many other possible causes. Room temperature and cooler intake air temp are critical to knowing how well cooler is performing. You might find the case cooling link in my sig helpful.
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