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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

Thanks for the link, love to see Swiftech come out on top. I have a 220-X and am really happy with it, especially the ability to add an additional 240mm radiator and gpu block.
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Ok, please bear with me, and it is a lame question, but what temp should I be looking at in HWinfo64? There are a couple and I'm not sure which one is accurate.

I'm going for 4.6 right now on a 4790k & Asus maximus VII gene. CPU Vcore is set to auto and running @ 1.265, Aida64 has been stress testing for an hour and 5 minutes now.

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Ok, please bear with me, and it is a lame question, but what temp should I be looking at in HWinfo64? There are a couple and I'm not sure which one is accurate.

I'm going for 4.6 right now on a 4790k & Asus maximus VII gene. CPU Vcore is set to auto and running @ 1.265, Aida64 has been stress testing for an hour and 5 minutes now.

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Sounds about good. I had 4.6 Ghz on 1.255v manual. There is a part in HWInfo 64 where you see the temps for all 4 cores. Thats the one I always check. smile.gif
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Core 0 through core 3 temps.
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You need to watch the core temps.

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Sounds about good. I had 4.6 Ghz on 1.255v manual. There is a part in HWInfo 64 where you see the temps for all 4 cores. Thats the one I always check. smile.gif

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Core 0 through core 3 temps.

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You need to watch the core temps.


Wow thanks for the quick responses! I'll post a pic of what the temps are when the system stability test is done, I'm giving it 3 more minutes for a 1:15:00 run.
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Ok, 1:15:00 system stability test results from Aida64:

4.6Ghz @ 1.265v --- Stock VID was 1.152 if I was looking at the correct data.
2400Mhz XMP profile

Auto all volts
All power saving including EIST turned off

Fans @ 100%





The max temps hitting 80c I think are because when I started, my ambient temps were between 77-80F, I have a zone valve that is being replaced tomorrow, as of right now I have to manually turn on and off my heat, it will be nice to set it at 68F (20c) and leave it alone, but for most of the test it was around 73F I think.. I'm also not sure why it registered 4.7Ghz, as it is not set for that.

Core temps mostly hung around 77c, with a little variation up and down.

Any thoughts?

Edit for correct temp just above this, 77C
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Probably about right for that test and the frequency and voltage you are running.

That isn't a real great stress tester though. You should try x264 and Asus Real Bench. They will reveal instabilities quicker than AIDA64
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Probably about right for that test and the frequency and voltage you are running.

That isn't a real great stress tester though. You should try x264 and Asus Real Bench. They will reveal instabilities quicker than AIDA64

actually x264 gave me an error when decompressing it from the link on the first post. I'll go grab real bench now then, not sure I'll run it tonight though.

I'm debating on going for 4.8 or stabilizing at 4.6 and calling it until I get liquid cooling. I might try to push this air cooling pretty hard and see what happens, though I need a better exhaust fan.

Thanks for the feedback thumb.gif
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actually x264 gave me an error when decompressing it from the link on the first post. I'll go grab real bench now then, not sure I'll run it tonight though.

I'm debating on going for 4.8 or stabilizing at 4.6 and calling it until I get liquid cooling. I might try to push this air cooling pretty hard and see what happens, though I need a better exhaust fan.

Thanks for the feedback thumb.gif

Looks good. I would keep it at 4.6 Ghz. I also did when I was on Air. I had a nice Scythe Ashura 140mm Tower Air Fan but when I hit 4.7 Ghz, temps quickly rose to 90+ degrees Celsius during stress tests. But on the other hand, that goes for stress tests. Daily operating and gaming won't hit those high temperatures anyways. smile.gif
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