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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b6LUufXCPDM

That video was one of the biggest things that helped me make up my mind on switching to this chip.
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That video was one of the biggest things that helped me make up my mind on switching to this chip.

switching to which chip? from?
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I got my psu in the mail today, opened her up and installed it while making a few modifications to my case due to unforeseen consequences. My lower 140mm fan would no longer fit in its spot so I relocated it to the top exhaust, removed lower drive cage so bottom fan can flow better, swapped my h60 fan around to intake instead of exhaust since the top fan will exhaust the hot rad air out, I also have a 4th fractal fan to take the 2nd top exhaust spot but didn't install it, honestly the mobo is so small adding the second exhaust would suck cool air away from it lol. The one 140mm fan pretty much covers up the whole mobo.

Here's the current layout, incoming potato pic



I plan on making a back plate to mount the HDD vertically facing out instead of laying there, or put it in the dvd rom drive bay and suspend it with good rubberbands. My one and only concern is since my h60 fan is now intake my GTX465 which is slotted exaust will bepumping out hot air while gaming, thus being sucked into the upper rad intake, so I might just switch it back to exhaust if cpu temps are higher while gaming. Wait this isn't a case mod thread right?? Where is the G3258 content!? Well after installing the psu and giving the new rig a first run at 4.8ghz proved to be stable enoughto pass a few stress test and a HWBotPrime pass:



My highest score yet, so far so good biggrin.gif, now to get a Z board that lets me past these voltage limits and 5.0 here I come!

P.S. I love how my GTX465 dwarfs the motherboard, it's so dinky! Z board is a welcome addition wink.gif
Edited by DotBeta - 10/22/14 at 8:29pm
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Decided to run a stress test for temps with the new setup, ambient temps of 25c/77f during the tests:

Stock 3.2ghz clock on windows balanced power EIST etc. enabled:

Idle:



And a 20 minute cpu/fpu stress run in AIDA64, 34c load temps:



Now overclocked to 4.5ghz @ 1.300v, 4.0 uncore @ 1.100v and vccin of 1.850v. Windows power set to high performance.

Idle:



And a 20 minute cpu/fpu stress run in AIDA64, 56-58c load temps:



If you look at the load graph about halfway through the temps creep up a couple of celcius, this is because my A/C kicked off and the ambient temps went up a bit. I'll be doing the exact same test once my CLU arrives to compare temps

Remember I'm under water, delidded and lapped so my temps show off my hard work wink.gif. But it would be great to know what you guys have for temps at stock and a similar overclock to compare, take note if you're delidded or not and on air or water.
Edited by DotBeta - 10/23/14 at 8:04am
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motherboard warmer than cpu biggrin.gif
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motherboard warmer than cpu biggrin.gif

Ha, that mobo temp is everywhere, some days it's 41c other says it's 50c, I have no idea where it's reading from but it's always in the 40's so I obviously don't trust it. What matters to me is the cpu temp and that reads just fine and dandy.
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Decided to run a stress test for temps with the new setup, ambient temps of 25c/77f during the tests:
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Stock 3.2ghz clock on windows balanced power EIST etc. enabled:

Idle:



And a 20 minute cpu/fpu stress run in AIDA64, 34c load temps:



Now overclocked to 4.5ghz @ 1.300v, 4.0 uncore @ 1.100v and vccin of 1.850v. Windows power set to high performance.

Idle:



And a 20 minute cpu/fpu stress run in AIDA64, 56-58c load temps:



If you look at the graph about halfway through the temps creep up a couple of celcius, this is because my A/C kicked off and the ambient temps went up a bit. I'll be doing the exact same test once my CLU arrives to compare temps

Remember I'm under water, delidded and lapped so my temps show off my hard work wink.gif.
But it would be great to know what you guys have for temps at stock and a similar overclock to compare, take note if you're delidded or not and on air or water.

I got some similar results, but not sure which temperature sensor to go by. The AIDA test read 51 max which is consistent with CPU (PECI) in HWiNFO, but i've always considered Core Max the accurate one, which was 63 max in the test.

Anyway, 1.85 VCCIN, 4.5ghz @ 1.3 VCore, Uncore 4.2ghz @ 1.15 Vring, all else on Auto.

Delidded, Gelid Extreme on die and on IHS. Full custom loop.



EDIT: Forgot to mention my ambient is about 21 degrees, but I have no accurate way to measure that right now.
Edited by Jugurnot - 10/22/14 at 10:25pm
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I got some similar results, but not sure which temperature sensor to go by. The AIDA test read 51 max which is consistent with CPU (PECI) in HWiNFO, but i've always considered Core Max the accurate one, which was 63 max in the test.

Anyway, 1.85 VCCIN, 4.5ghz @ 1.3 VCore, Uncore 4.2ghz @ 1.15 Vring, all else on Auto.

Delidded, Gelid Extreme on die and on IHS. Full custom loop.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

EDIT: Forgot to mention my ambient is about 21 degrees, but I have no accurate way to measure that right now.

Our max temps on hwinfo are both 63c lol, your full custom loop definitely shows it's superior cooling ability over my AIO if we go off core active temps though at 51 over 56, then again our ambient temps have a 4-5c difference which sound about right. Pretty cool thumb.gif

I can run uncore at x42 at 1.150v but decided to go on 40 for this run. It's cool to see someone else running a tim over CLU/CLP on the dye, I'm using MX-4 and was using AS5 before that. Have you noticed a "pump out" effect using tim on the dye over time?
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Our max temps on hwinfo are both 63c lol, your full custom loop definitely shows it's superior cooling ability over my AIO if we go off core max active temps though at 51 over 56. Pretty cool thumb.gif

I can run uncore at x42 at 1.150v but decided to go on 40 for this run. It's cool to see someone else running a tim over CLU/CLP on the dye, I'm using MX-4 and was using AS5 before that.

I had AS5 to begin with but found it spread out quite a bit. After a few months of use when I removed the block the IHS was bare where the die is. I wanted the CLU/CLP but it isn't that cheap to get in Canada after shipping costs. I really like the cosistency of Gelid Extreme though.

I really wanted 4.8 but I was struggling with stability at 1.515vcore lol! 4.7 needs 1.45, but I don't even think I had it rock solid stable. 4.5 is fine for me smile.gif
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