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post #19671 of 22147
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Nice thumb.gif


Here is a 1 hour run of Aida64 with my old exhaust fan:
Aida64 run (Click to show)





And here is 10 passes of realbench, with a 4 pass warmup not shown, with the new exhaust fan:
Realbench (Click to show)





Both of those are x47 multi with 1.250 vcore, all else is auto.

If you're comparing the two different exhaust Fans, why did you use two different programs to do it? That's hardly a fair comparison... Using the same program, the same settings and the same amount of time / repetitions, would have been a true comparison...

For your own benefit, you should use the same programs in these situations... thumb.gif
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post #19672 of 22147
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I'd seriously look at skylake, at least price out the difference. if nothing else the extra PCIe lanes for storage are worth it. I think storage speeds improvements are going to move very fast in the next few years.

Yes, storage speeds won't directly affect gaming but I'll take 25GB/sec for M.2 PCIe 4x SSDs vs 6 GB/sec (SATA III) or 10GB/sec for the enhanced Z97 M.2.

Consider availability of replacement MoBo's and memory. I recently gave up on building an ivy bridge system because the MoBo selection was so poor and over priced. in 3 to 4 years, finding a great Z97 MoBo might be just as challenging.

Also, I would hope that in the next 5 years the game developers learn how to multi-thread their games more effectively.

Good luck, not sure there is a "right" answer to this.

I'm already currently on a AsRock Z97E-ITX. Not as if I were looking for a new build, merely a CPU upgrade. I had this system built a while ago, not looking to dump it already for another whole revamp, maybe you interpreted my question wrong. That's why I asked for a cpu comparison for 4-5 years.
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post #19673 of 22147
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Hi too all users here on topic, I have a question about software. My Specs,

4690k
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G.Skill 8Gb DDR3-1600
980Ti G1
Is it OK to use the easytune software to OC? I never used this an from a few Google Search I'm getting mixed reviews that's not helping any. Thanks for any info you might have.

The reason to not use whatever manufacturer OC program is, these programs over-volt everything... The auto tune programs are quite aggressive where they don't need to be... Not very cool, including the temps... You'd get a much more efficient OC by reading some guides, getting some help here or even other OC web-sites (are there any others?), and using BIOS (UEFI) and making small, incremental, adjustments, as you go along your OC journey... thumb.gif

Good Luck and have fun! biggrin.gif
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post #19674 of 22147
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If you're comparing the two different exhaust Fans, why did you use two different programs to do it? That's hardly a fair comparison... Using the same program, the same settings and the same amount of time / repetitions, would have been a true comparison...

For your own benefit, you should use the same programs in these situations... thumb.gif

Ha wow awesome go me, I thought I uploaded the images from the run of aida64 with the new fan too!I do have them. FAIL.

Thanks for pointing that out, will fix when home.

Trust me, I know better biggrin.gif
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post #19675 of 22147
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Ha wow awesome go me, I thought I uploaded the images from the run of aida64 with the new fan too!I do have them. FAIL.

Thanks for pointing that out, will fix when home.

Trust me, I know better biggrin.gif

Yup, I was wondering????? doh.gif

I bet that was your first mistake, ever! lachen.gif
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Yup, I was wondering????? doh.gif

I bet that was your first mistake, ever! lachen.gif


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eeehhh... not going there lol upsidedwnsmiley.gif
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The reason to not use whatever manufacturer OC program is, these programs over-volt everything... The auto tune programs are quite aggressive where they don't need to be... Not very cool, including the temps... You'd get a much more efficient OC by reading some guides, getting some help here or even other OC web-sites (are there any others?), and using BIOS (UEFI) and making small, incremental, adjustments, as you go along your OC journey... thumb.gif

Good Luck and have fun! biggrin.gif
I have a stable OC I was just curious on the software since I never used it. The only gigabyte software I used was OC guru an that sucked wouldn't work half the time. Thanks for the info on the software though, By the way I have a stable OC 4.6 1.286v 6hours aida64 temps 74c Max.
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I have a stable OC I was just curious on the software since I never used it. The only gigabyte software I used was OC guru an that sucked wouldn't work half the time. Thanks for the info on the software though, By the way I have a stable OC 4.6 1.286v 6hours aida64 temps 74c Max.

Nice. You should fill out your sig rig too btw. thumb.gif

What cooler are you using?
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Nice. You should fill out your sig rig too btw. thumb.gif

What cooler are you using?
I have a Gammaxx 400 cooler my previous was a swiftech h240, It caused me alot of problems. I did my rig awhile back... I guess I need to do it again.
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I have a Gammaxx 400 cooler my previous was a swiftech h240, It caused me alot of problems. I did my rig awhile back... I guess I need to do it again.

Yeah it wasn't showing up. I'll have to go look that up though, I'm not familiar with that cooler
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