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biggrin.gif I did. I also ran Cinebench R15 (925 points), AIDA 64, XTU etc. The Firestrike was just to see if the Physics score is about right for the overclock smile.gif
I did prime95 as well, was running totally stable but I know it stresses Haswells too much and even got my H110i GTX in trouble at some certain tests rolleyes.gif There was a part of a test in p95 where my temps reached almost 100 and I shortly went into thermal throttling but besides that it was in the higher 60's, lower 70's.

Ok, I getcha on the different tests you ran...

There are older versions of P95, that are more forgiving than the current one. You could try 27.7, 27.9, or 26.6

I found these to be a bit less stressful. and easier on the Haswell ...

I'm not familiar with you AIO cooler... Maybe you could get a more efficient cooling solution ..
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On my chip x264 needs more vcore than p95*...but apparently less vring.

(*) 28.7 1344-1344 in-place, specifically
Hm will give it a shot.

Where the hell do you get realbench? Searching for it turns up only leaderboards or nonexistent links.


Of coarse, the very page that you had mentioned in your post...

http://rog.asus.com/rog-pro/realbench-v2-leaderboard/

There is, on the top of the page, right under RealBench V2 Leader Board, It says Download RealBench

http://rog.asus.com/file/?download=RealBench_v2.43.zip

This is the newest version 2.43
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Ok, I getcha on the different tests you ran...

There are older versions of P95, that are more forgiving than the current one. You could try 27.7, 27.9, or 26.6

I found these to be a bit less stressful. and easier on the Haswell ...

I'm not familiar with you AIO cooler... Maybe you could get a more efficient cooling solution ..

Of coarse, the very page that you had mentioned in your post...

http://rog.asus.com/rog-pro/realbench-v2-leaderboard/

There is, on the top of the page, right under RealBench V2 Leader Board, It says Download RealBench

http://rog.asus.com/file/?download=RealBench_v2.43.zip

This is the newest version 2.43
That cooler is a beast with 280mm radiator. The problem was the version being new like u said. I run the latest version and just turn off fma3, avx. Then it stresses just like the older ones.

To disable fma3, avx add the below to local.txt file in p95 v28

CpuSupportsAVX=0 or 1
CpuSupportsFMA3=0 or 1

This way the temps will drop considerably.

Another alternative is to leave avx fma3 on and configure prime manually and Input 1344, 1344 and 80% of ram. It will run about same temp as x264 on those settings.
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Plus 1344 fft quickly reveals instabilities for some reason.
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Where the hell do you get realbench? Searching for it turns up only leaderboards or nonexistent links.

http://rog.asus.com/file/?download=RealBench_v2.43.zip

EDIT - Mike beat me to it. redface.gif
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I use p95 28.7 (used to do 27.9, but 28.7 seems more stressful for barely higher temps). I guess I'm not sure which x264 I use; it might be an older link from darkwizzie's guide.

p95 passes 47x/1.32V core 44x/1.26V uncore, but fails at 1.25V uncore

x264 passes 47x/1.36V core 44x/1.25V uncore, but fails at 1.32V core (still testing 1.33-1.35)

Thanks for the realbench link. Too much text on those pages!
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Well, as per darkwizzie's guide, the recommended p95 version is 26.6 since the later versions run newer instruction sets that really does increase temps a fair amount and if in daily usage you don't use those instruction sets, then it somewhat thermally limits your max oc
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Ok, I getcha on the different tests you ran...

There are older versions of P95, that are more forgiving than the current one. You could try 27.7, 27.9, or 26.6

I found these to be a bit less stressful. and easier on the Haswell ...

I'm not familiar with you AIO cooler... Maybe you could get a more efficient cooling solution ..
Of coarse, the very page that you had mentioned in your post...

http://rog.asus.com/rog-pro/realbench-v2-leaderboard/

There is, on the top of the page, right under RealBench V2 Leader Board, It says Download RealBench

http://rog.asus.com/file/?download=RealBench_v2.43.zip

This is the newest version 2.43


As said by Wirerat,

my Corsair H110i GTX is really a beast of an AIO Cooler with 280mm radiator and 2x 140mm pwm fans.
I don't use the Corsair Link due to the fact that my board is missing a second USB 2.0 connector.
My fans are directly connected to the CPU1 and CPU2 MoBo connections and controlled by Bios Fancurve.

@Wirerat, thanks for the info on P95 with disabling some of the CPU's features. I might try that out thumb.gif

However, as said, so far I run on 4.7Ghz @ 1.290v Vcore (which is in fact 1.320 under full load) and everything else on Auto.
I can't go higher anyways since my board does not go higher than 1.299v Vcore.


Edited by TheADLA - 1/26/16 at 7:21pm
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As said by Wirerat,

my Corsair H110i GTX is really a beast of an AIO Cooler with 280mm radiator and 2x 140mm pwm fans.
I don't use the Corsair Link due to the fact that my board is missing a second USB 2.0 connector.
My fans are directly connected to the CPU1 and CPU2 MoBo connections and controlled by Bios Fancurve.

@Wirerat, thanks for the info on P95 with disabling some of the CPU's features. I might try that out thumb.gif

However, as said, so far I run on 4.7Ghz @ 1.290v Vcore (which is in fact 1.320 under full load) and everything else on Auto.
I can't go higher anyways since my board does not go higher than 1.299v Vcore.


Lets see how that "Beast of an AIO Cooler" does against the Swiftech H240X...



There is a difference. Both in quality of components, and performance! biggrin.gif
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Lets see how that "Beast of an AIO Cooler" does against the Swiftech H240X...



There is a difference. Both in quality of components, and performance! biggrin.gif

biggrin.gifthumb.gif
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Oh I forgot.

Maybe someone of you can help me out with this question:

As I said, I'm overclocked to 4.7 Ghz. The only thing I did manually was setting the Vcore, CPU Ratio Mode to "dynamic", EIST enabled and the CPU Core voltage mode on "override"

However, it seems my CPU is not clocking down on idle anymore. It hovers around 4.2 to 4.3 Ghz on idle and then when load applied, immediately goes up to 4.7 Ghz.

But even at 4.2 to 4.3 Ghz on idle, my temps then are around 16 to 21 degrees (its winter here).

Is that normal behavior? Or do I have false readings? I get those readings with HWInfo 64 as well as with CPU-Z etc? HWInfo 64 shows me in the Core tab 1.290v for each core, but under the summary Core Package voltage, it shows 0.8 ish volt on idle, so does CPU-Z with a clock of 4.2 to 4.3 Ghz.
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