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I found a previous post of mine, from when I received my new Corsair H110 and I was testing it with the x264 stress test. The original post is here.

These are the results from that test. My system of that period is fully shown in HWiNFO64, as well as in my sig_rig. The ambient temperature then was 27C




I tried to reproduce the same settings on my current system and I run the same test. The ambient temperature now is 25 C




I think I am OK. I might try to re-sit one last time, even though I do not think it will make much of a difference. It is a nice cooler.

Thank you.

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That looks about right at those volts. Are you setting everything manually or do you have some settings on auto?
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That looks about right at those volts. Are you setting everything manually or do you have some settings on auto?

Excuse me, I think I have clarified this, but I will say it again: everything that I am posting here does not represent any kind or type of overclocking attempt! I am not trying to overclock my processor. I have already overclocked my processor enough, I know its limits, and I have already created and saved four (4) O/C profiles in my BIOS. That is, in my ASRock's Z97 OC Formula BIOS because on this Asus Hero VII I have not tried yet with this chip (which is new, relatively). So, everything I have posted in this thread had to do with the performance of my new Noctua NH-D15S. Just to see how it functions, how it works, you know?

Now, on my O/C profiles, specifically x47, x48, x49, per-core x50 x50 x49 x49, cache always at x44, I never set any "major" voltage / setting on Auto. I always set them manually after testing and trying etc. You know? Like overclocking! smile.gif

These values that you've seen in my recent post, on this thread, were a) the Optimized Defaults of the Hero VII (Multi-core Enhancement Enabled), and in my previous post just some quick settings in order to reproduce the same load. To compare with my H110.

I own the Noctua NH-U14S, as well. Its performance, with 2 fans, is similar to this one! I was "obliged" to replace it though due to some sort of corrosion that appeared on its fins, after washing it and not thoroughly drying it... No worries, I had it / have it since 2012 and it was about time for a new Air cooler.

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Excuse me, I think I have clarified this, but I will say it again: everything that I am posting here does not represent any kind or type of overclocking attempt! I am not trying to overclock my processor. I have already overclocked my processor enough, I know its limits, and I have already created and saved four (4) O/C profiles in my BIOS. That is, in my ASRock's Z97 OC Formula BIOS because on this Asus Hero VII I have not tried yet with this chip (which is new, relatively). So, everything I have posted in this thread had to do with the performance of my new Noctua NH-D15S. Just to see how it functions, how it works, you know?

Now, on my O/C profiles, specifically x47, x48, x49, per-core x50 x50 x49 x49, cache always at x44, I never set any "major" voltage / setting on Auto. I always set them manually after testing and trying etc. You know? Like overclocking! smile.gif

These values that you've seen in my recent post, on this thread, were a) the Optimized Defaults of the Hero VII (Multi-core Enhancement Enabled), and in my previous post just some quick settings in order to reproduce the same load. To compare with my H110.

I own the Noctua NH-U14S, as well. Its performance, with 2 fans, is similar to this one! I was "obliged" to replace it though due to some sort of corrosion that appeared on its fins, after washing it and not thoroughly drying it... No worries, I had it / have it since 2012 and it was about time for a new Air cooler.

Thank you.

Sounds good to me, just asking because of the voltage. I do have somewhat limited experience with Haswell but those volts just seem a bit high. I recently helped a friend overclock a 4770k, but it only needed 1.25v for 4.4ghz. Another friend has a 4670k and we got it up to 1.225v/4.6ghz and it's been stable.

I also have a U14S, but I saw a solid 10c drop at load on my chip. You're probably being limited by the TIM on your IHS.
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Sounds good to me, just asking because of the voltage. I do have somewhat limited experience with Haswell but those volts just seem a bit high. I recently helped a friend overclock a 4770k, but it only needed 1.25v for 4.4ghz. Another friend has a 4670k and we got it up to 1.225v/4.6ghz and it's been stable.

I also have a U14S, but I saw a solid 10c drop at load on my chip. You're probably being limited by the TIM on your IHS.

Ah, yes, now I understand you! smile.gif

Yes, these voltages that you see here are intentionally set high to test a big load! You know? On the link I give to that other post of mine, inside the spoiler of that post, I write: "Excessive voltage values deliberately set for testing purposes."

Now, for example, in this specific i7-4790K that I own this period, and which is the third i7-4790K I have used, I set 1.2V Adaptive both for VCore and Cache V, for Core ratio x47 and cache ratio x44 smile.gif This is my "everyday o/c profile", meaning that with approx. 1.250V I run at x47 when at defaults my ASRock mobo sets this V for x44. Then my x48 oc requires 1.290Vcore in the BIOS, but I always set Adaptive... And so... blah//blah, and so on...

We're a bit (or more) off topic smile.gif

I will certainly delidd my chip but this will happen after the Warranty is over, which will be after November 2017.

Thank you.
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thinking about getting a d15 to replace my aging h100i ( it's like a disco in my chase as leds are blinking like crazy in all colors) plus pump is realy killing me (sound ).

my main problem is compatibility, first pcie is a no go as im using x99 mkiller, but im running just to test gpu in lower pcie slot x8 and there is no problem in terms of fps so that solves it, maybe latter on il get pcie rise cable and do some mod with cable inserted in first pcie...

I did watch/read a lot of d15 reviews and d15 looks close to h100i in terms of performance but one thing is bugging me, most or all benche's are on open scenarios where idle temps are doing wonders for this massive heatsink.but does it hold it's ground in closed chase?
Reason i ask is becouse i have h100i mounted at the front of chase and it's getting all the fresh air it can have and d15 is surrounded with all the motherboard hot components, so can it cool same as on open testbed?
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thinking about getting a d15 to replace my aging h100i ( it's like a disco in my chase as leds are blinking like crazy in all colors) plus pump is realy killing me (sound ).

my main problem is compatibility, first pcie is a no go as im using x99 mkiller, but im running just to test gpu in lower pcie slot x8 and there is no problem in terms of fps so that solves it, maybe latter on il get pcie rise cable and do some mod with cable inserted in first pcie...

I did watch/read a lot of d15 reviews and d15 looks close to h100i in terms of performance but one thing is bugging me, most or all benche's are on open scenarios where idle temps are doing wonders for this massive heatsink.but does it hold it's ground in closed chase?
Reason i ask is becouse i have h100i mounted at the front of chase and it's getting all the fresh air it can have and d15 is surrounded with all the motherboard hot components, so can it cool same as on open testbed?

D15S solves the pcie clearance issue since it has an offset base. And cools within 2 degrees of the two fanned D15. See ehume's D15S review

Install a couple decent 120/140mm intake fans and ensure a clean flow path to the D15s - with a little finagling can achieve a 2-5 degree temp gradient between the cooler intake and room ambient.

What case are you using?
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F31 thermaltake
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The F31 will fit two 140mm intakes. If you don't use the optical drive bay, can install one nearly inline with the D15. Suggest 2X Noc A15 PWM connected to a PWM splitter running off the CPU header. That way the intakes are sync'd to the cooler so the system breathes as needed. Also suggest a 140mm exhaust. Could be another A15 pwm connected to the splitter. There's other decent 140mm fan choices, if you want to forgo the delicious chocolate and cream combo.
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Nah to many noc fans,they are to pricey for my taste, I have 2 thermaltake pure fans and 4x xilence so I'll do some combo with them as I have a lot of fan mount options in f31
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