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wow what cooling do you have?

The rig details can be found here. Cooling is currently provided by an Antec Kuhler 620 with the stock fan switched out for a Corsair SP120 High Performance Edition. thumb.gif
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Such nice temps! I'm getting 73c with ibt at 1.3v and that's after delid with a cm212 cooler, I didn't use clu/clp though I just used the stuff that came with the 212, thinking whether its worth to buy some, no local suppliers in my country thinking.gif
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Such nice temps! I'm getting 73c with ibt at 1.3v and that's after delid with a cm212 cooler, I didn't use clu/clp though I just used the stuff that came with the 212, thinking whether its worth to buy some, no local suppliers in my country thinking.gif

What about from a seller on Amazon? Mine was $13 and some change with free shipping
post #1344 of 4581
After shipping its like $25, not sure if worth biggrin.gif
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Guys, what is the difference between rev. 1.1 and rev. 1.0 of Gigabyte Z97-D3H

http://www.gigabyte.com/products/comparison/list.aspx?ck=2&pids=4961,5103

I can't see any difference in the manufacturer website

My rev 1.0 board came with an F4 BIOS. I updated it to F7 BIOS but I am not sure if I downloaded the F7 BIOS for rev 1.0

If I downloaded the wrong one, is it possible that it affects my OC ?
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post #1346 of 4581
Just as an update, my second G3258 is doing better but not fantastic. Here's where I'm at

4.4 GHz at 1.27 (working on getting it lower)
1.93 VCCIN
32 uncore

It's stable for IBT 10 times and all night long for x264. Highest temp for x264 is 76* on stock cooling.

I keep trying to get 4.5 but it's erratic. I can get 10 IBT no problem along with gaming (D3, LoL) but x264 dumps anywhere between 20 minutes and 3 hours later depending on voltage settings I try. I've tried up to:

4.5 at 1.31
1.97 VCCIN
1.15 ring

Temps hit 84* or so on x264 so I'm hesitant to go too much higher on voltage. Considering the large jump in voltage and the stability issues, I might just call 4.4 good enough since I'll be using it 24/7 anyways. Work on getting that voltage down a bit more and call it a day.

Overall I like it and it's a big upgrade from what I was coming from! Great value considering I basically have an entirely new computer (though the RAM I didn't have to pay for) for $235 ($106 for processor/mobo and $129 for a R9 270). And as an added bonus, I have $20 in rebates coming back to me to make it $215. Not too shabby at all.

EDIT: added rebates
Edited by Aziraphale05 - 9/12/14 at 10:52am
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Just picked up my 2nd G3258 *C001. Hope this proves to be as good as the first. Same store.
    
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How do you guys test overclocks for a new chip at first? Is it easiest to just bump ratio till it crashes, drop down one, raise voltage, and then try again? I just bumped it up to 4 ghz at stock voltage. Downloading stressing software right now before going further.

Also, whats a good rpm for fans? After fiddling with the CPU a bit, the case fan has been acting up a bit. Keeps jumping from 1200 rpm to 2500rpm and back... Any suggestions on how to fix this?

Edit:
Well, testing overnight with x264 at 4.4ghz at 1.2v.

Jk. It just died. 4.2ghz attempt now. :\
Edited by xeroaura - 9/12/14 at 11:39pm
post #1349 of 4581
i got it to 4.5 at 1.307v and its stable for now (got the chip 2 days ago), for 4.6 the volts went way up, i do have a question i can boot in win7x64 on 4.9ghz but not at 5ghz no mater what i do ( i even installed xp but still no booot @ 5ghz) and i cant use the ai sweet to bump the multiplier cos turbov evo is missing from it (it was there when i had the i5 4570) any help will be appreciated, this is on the asus h87i-plus. thanks smile.gif

Edit: turbov evo is working now eh-smiley.gif i guess its just buggy
Edited by remixedMind - 9/13/14 at 12:01am
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post #1350 of 4581
Getting another couple of G3258s later today. Hopefully no more 4.2@1.3V this time biggrin.gif

Edit:
L421B796 #1 VID 1.12V, no further tests.
L421B796 #2 VID 1.08V, testing right now.

Edit2: Why hello biggrin.gif 4700@1.35V passed 15min 1344k on first boot up with the chip with mem and uncore at stock. This guy doesn't look half bad.

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Edited by aerotracks - 9/13/14 at 6:23am
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