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replace your cooler with a simple closed loop cooler like the H60, what are your voltages like?

An H60 is an inadequate cooler for handling temps at full load. H80i minimum.
post #12 of 33
4.5 may be a bit much for your air cooler. I have my 7850k sitting happy at 4.5 w/ 1.46v... But I also have a swiftech h220 in push/pull keeping the heat down.

What temps at load are you getting at your current OC? Also, have you tried disabling your iGPU? It might help keep som heat down as with the 270x you won't be using the iGPU right now..
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4.5 may be a bit much for your air cooler. I have my 7850k sitting happy at 4.5 w/ 1.46v... But I also have a swiftech h220 in push/pull keeping the heat down.

What temps at load are you getting at your current OC? Also, have you tried disabling your iGPU? It might help keep som heat down as with the 270x you won't be using the iGPU right now..

The Swiftech H220 is a great cooler, I have an H320 for my. FX-8350. Push-pull is a waste of time on a thin radiator and just adds to noise. Go to Martin's liquid labs web site and do some reading. All you'll get out of push pull is 1 degree Celcius. On thick radiators it will be a lot more effective.
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The Swiftech H220 is a great cooler, I have an H320 for my. FX-8350. Push-pull is a wate of time on a thin radiator and just adds to noise. Go to Martin's liquid labs web site and do some reading. All you'll get out of push pull is 1 degree Celcius. On thck radiators it will be a lot more effective.

Yeah, the main reason I have it in push/pull is to get a little more airflow over my VRMs. I have the unit sucking air into the case from the top, with an exhaust out the back and found the little extra air helps keep the heat on the board down. I eventually plan to expand the loop...more out of fun than for any noticeable benefit smile.gif
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Yeah, the main reason I have it in push/pull is to get a little more airflow over my VRMs. I have the unit sucking air into the case from the top, with an exhaust out the back and found the little extra air helps keep the heat on the board down. I eventually plan to expand the loop...more out of fun than for any noticeable benefit smile.gif

I have a large super tower case. My cooler is top mounted on exhaust. I have a spot fan on the vrms and a whole host of other fans on intake , including one under the vrms on the bottom of the motherboard, a large 230mm fan on the windowed side of the case, 4 intake fans in the front drive bays, which only have ssd drives to cool, and a rear intake fan as well.
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I just got it stable at 4.5 i bumped up the voltage to 1.525 and now it works :-)
I played little more than an hour of coh2 on a steamworks map with pop cap on 800, so there was a lot going on, and yes also a lot of lag with so many soldiers, tanks and effects. I checked hw monitor afterwards and here is my temps:

systin 38c
cputin 51c
auxtin 63c
tmpin3 40c

I have no idea what they meen, eccept for the cpu one ;-)
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Doesn't seem worth all the extra volts I'm running 4.2 undervolted 1.368
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Doesn't seem worth all the extra volts I'm running 4.2 undervolted 1.368

I agree. Bragging rights is nonsense. No point in wasting all that power for a speed that is going to throttle under load anyway.
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Throttle? How do i turn that off?
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Throttle? How do i turn that off?

You can't . It is apparently built into the chip.
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