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I don't think I have a good cpu for OC. On my first RVE i can OC to 4,4 with 1,3V totally stable and cold, then after adding 2 blocks on gpus I tested stability only for 4,0 and need 1,215V (because of heat) - one or two voltage clicks in bios less for testers, but my best stability tester is BF4. I learn it from times of my previous RIVE and 4930k - BF4 always want 1-2 clicks of voltage more than even full stable prime95 or linx. BF4 after end of multiplayer round give me freeze with loop sound when he was counting my exp points for game. More voltage for cpu and problem was solved.
Now the main problem is my cooling. 2x 360 phobya rads and 12x scythe gentle typhoon 1850rpm on them is to weak for high oc 8 core cpu and 980 sli. Adding blocks on 2x980 give me about 15-20*C more on cpu.

Sounds like you need more rad space, or better fans.
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I don't think I have a good cpu for OC. On my first RVE i can OC to 4,4 with 1,3V totally stable and cold, then after adding 2 blocks on gpus I tested stability only for 4,0 and need 1,215V (because of heat) - one or two voltage clicks in bios less for testers, but my best stability tester is BF4. I learn it from times of my previous RIVE and 4930k - BF4 always want 1-2 clicks of voltage more than even full stable prime95 or linx. BF4 after end of multiplayer round give me freeze with loop sound when he was counting my exp points for game. More voltage for cpu and problem was solved.
Now the main problem is my cooling. 2x 360 phobya rads and 12x scythe gentle typhoon 1850rpm on them is to weak for high oc 8 core cpu and 980 sli. Adding blocks on 2x980 give me about 15-20*C more on cpu.

you are getting me worried, thats about the setup i want to use on my rig, in my case is worse because i have 2 780 ti.

when you test are the fans at max rpm or do you have some kind of fan manager?
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I have a monster size computer case with lot of space - XSPC Cube H1.
Rads are if front and back of case - fans full speed 1850rpm and they are one of the best fans for watercooling - high air pressure.
Rads are really thick - 60mm. Fans taking air from left and right 6x120 fan holes (3x120 fan places on each side).
I have another 4x120 fans on top of case - 2x push in (directly on mobo and gpus) and 2x taking hot from inside.
No can do with high temps - try few Times mounting block and change thermal paste - no luck.
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I have a monster size computer case with lot of space - XSPC Cube H1.
Rads are if front and back of case - fans full speed 1850rpm and they are one of the best fans for watercooling - high air pressure.
Rads are really thick - 60mm. Fans taking air from left and right 6x120 fan holes (3x120 fan places on each side).
I have another 4x120 fans on top of case - 2x push in (directly on mobo and gpus) and 2x taking hot from inside.
No can do with high temps - try few Times mounting block and change thermal paste - no luck.

I know the pain, im running 2x quad rads with a tri rad, and with 3 titan blacks in one loop with the CPU, and temps get crazzzzy on the CPU past 1.35v for me, I need 1.34v for a stable 4.5ghz CPU overclock.
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I know the pain, im running 2x quad rads with a tri rad, and with 3 titan blacks in one loop with the CPU, and temps get crazzzzy on the CPU past 1.35v for me, I need 1.34v for a stable 4.5ghz CPU overclock.

Temps are a bit jumpy on the X99. I think this is true for everyone. Last night I backed my overclock off to 4GHz in favor of low temps, as I'm only using the Corsair H105. I MUST give the Corsair Carbide Air 540 case major props on handling heat; even with two 780 Ti cards with stock coolers. This case is amazing.


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I know the pain, im running 2x quad rads with a tri rad, and with 3 titan blacks in one loop with the CPU, and temps get crazzzzy on the CPU past 1.35v for me, I need 1.34v for a stable 4.5ghz CPU overclock.

i have 3 780 ti kingpins at 1.35v along with 5960x at 1.375v. luckily i have 1800mm rad space so heat isnt a problem but it would be for sure with only say 960mm of rad
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I know the pain, im running 2x quad rads with a tri rad, and with 3 titan blacks in one loop with the CPU, and temps get crazzzzy on the CPU past 1.35v for me, I need 1.34v for a stable 4.5ghz CPU overclock.

Temps are a bit jumpy on the X99. I think this is true for everyone. Last night I backed my overclock off to 4GHz in favor of low temps, as I'm only using the Corsair H105. I MUST give the Corsair Carbide Air 540 case major props on handling heat; even with two 780 Ti cards with stock coolers. This case is amazing.



yeh totally agree, I use that case my over sized media server and it handles the temps awesomely, and surprisingly has a lot of storage. even managed to fit full watercooling loop and 4x HDD and 3 X SDD in it lol. brilliant case
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I know the pain, im running 2x quad rads with a tri rad, and with 3 titan blacks in one loop with the CPU, and temps get crazzzzy on the CPU past 1.35v for me, I need 1.34v for a stable 4.5ghz CPU overclock.

i have 3 780 ti kingpins at 1.35v along with 5960x at 1.375v. luckily i have 1800mm rad space so heat isnt a problem but it would be for sure with only say 960mm of rad

what kinda temps are you getting with a setup like that?

My graphics cards when gaming never go past 38c, when using realbench on the CPU, temps around 68-74c, some cores hotter than others. ambient temp in my room is 22c
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I don't think I have a good cpu for OC. On my first RVE i can OC to 4,4 with 1,3V totally stable and cold, then after adding 2 blocks on gpus I tested stability only for 4,0 and need 1,215V (because of heat) - one or two voltage clicks in bios less for testers, but my best stability tester is BF4. I learn it from times of my previous RIVE and 4930k - BF4 always want 1-2 clicks of voltage more than even full stable prime95 or linx. BF4 after end of multiplayer round give me freeze with loop sound when he was counting my exp points for game. More voltage for cpu and problem was solved.
Now the main problem is my cooling. 2x 360 phobya rads and 12x scythe gentle typhoon 1850rpm on them is to weak for high oc 8 core cpu and 980 sli. Adding blocks on 2x980 give me about 15-20*C more on cpu.

what kind of Temps are you seeing?
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My temperatures with 4.0GHz are in post 3626
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