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...everything the same other than the cache speed kicked up to 4.5 GHz (1.3v for cache then)...not sure if it makes much difference in most anything else, but Maxxmem picked a bit...CPU has a good IMC which helps extract the RAM kit performance

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Thanks for info thumb.gif
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post #2223 of 10652
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Originally Posted by Joa3d43 View Post

...everything the same other than the cache speed kicked up to 4.5 GHz (1.3v for cache then)...not sure if it makes much difference in most anything else, but Maxxmem picked a bit...CPU has a good IMC which helps extract the RAM kit performance


I test your settings tongue.gif



I must add 0.01v to the CPU Cache to be stable (Aida64, Realbench) but not tested Memtest
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post #2224 of 10652
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After an hour of Aida64, I run about 47C. That's auto everything on the VRM section in the bios @ 1.36v.



EDIT: Idle's around 30C

You had what temperature of origin (aircooling)?

Thanks
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post #2225 of 10652
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Skip the leak testing and go straight for the power button! thumb.gif


Syan,

Which fittings and tubing is that please???

Would love to know. That is how I would like to setup up my loop if possible.

Fantastic build by the way, very nicely done.

Black Sparkle Bitspower Enhanced Multi-Link 12OD 10ID Fittings. The tubing is either E22 or EK 12OD tubing.
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After an hour of Aida64, I run about 47C. That's auto everything on the VRM section in the bios @ 1.36v.



EDIT: Idle's around 30C

You had what temperature of origin (aircooling)?

Thanks

Unfortunately I don't. Can someone give an Aida64 stress test and temperature of the VRMs? And the bios settings for their VRMs? I would imagine an extreme / extreme setting for the VRM for 100% and all of them active would produce quite a bit of heat on air. Oh and OC settings please smile.gif

Here's mine at idle after 1 hr from a cold boot.


Edited by Syan48306 - 11/8/14 at 6:00am
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Hi guys, RVE arrived yesterday! cheers.gif

On the Mainboard is pre-mounted a backplate for the Cpu, I have to install the waterblock Kooalance 380, should I use the mounted backplate? Or is it better to use the Koolance backplate?
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Hi guys, RVE arrived yesterday! cheers.gif

On the Mainboard is pre-mounted a backplate for the Cpu, I have to install the waterblock Kooalance 380, should I use the mounted backplate? Or is it better to use the Koolance backplate?

Hello There is no need to use the included 380i backplate.
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One last pic. The soft white glow just barely allows you to see the components and the dom plats are just amazing in low light



I found twisting was the easiest way to break the glue. Don't pull, you'll just deform the heatpipe. Give it a quick jerk twist and it'll break free and slide right out.


Option 1. Twist the vrm heatsink while holding the i/o stationary?

Option 2. Twist the i/o while holding the vrm side stationary?

I'm guessing you went with option 2.
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...those are not changeable in Windows w/ Memtweakit


I know, I thought some weren't that normally were hence why I edited before you replied tongue.gif
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Skip the leak testing and go straight for the power button! thumb.gif




Your rad (bottom) is on aspi, and sends the warm air into the case, it does not heat your case (inside)?
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