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Owner. Will be getting my CL S8 by the end of the month for the build. Just going through all the cabling and wiring planning now. I was initially thinking I could use the OC Panel for my power on/off, but it looks like that really isn't the intended purpose, and all of the rest of the functionality it would provide (I think) is being handled by the NZXT controller panel (fans/temp monitoring, etc) in the WC side of things.

I do think I will still use the on board temp sensors. One for CPU, one for video, and the third for... I don't know. HD maybe? I'll have two thermistors "in line" in the two WC loops that'll hook up to the NZXT for measuring the loops temps.

One thing I didn't account for was measuring flow. The sensor I got has a 3 pin lead, but I didn't really research that well enough it appears. Not sure what I'm going to do with that.

I'll stop babbling now.

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Owner. Will be getting my CL S8 by the end of the month for the build. Just going through all the cabling and wiring planning now. I was initially thinking I could use the OC Panel for my power on/off, but it looks like that really isn't the intended purpose, and all of the rest of the functionality it would provide (I think) is being handled by the NZXT controller panel (fans/temp monitoring, etc) in the WC side of things.

I do think I will still use the on board temp sensors. One for CPU, one for video, and the third for... I don't know. HD maybe? I'll have two thermistors "in line" in the two WC loops that'll hook up to the NZXT for measuring the loops temps.

One thing I didn't account for was measuring flow. The sensor I got has a 3 pin lead, but I didn't really research that well enough it appears. Not sure what I'm going to do with that.

I'll stop babbling now.

The mps 400 from aquacomputer is pretty good for measuring flow. Don't really need it though. I just used mine to figure out how slow I can run the pumps, while staying at 1 gpm.
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The mps 400 from aquacomputer is pretty good for measuring flow. Don't really need it though. I just used mine to figure out how slow I can run the pumps, while staying at 1 gpm.

I think I'm just going to skip the whole flow meter thing. I will already be doing temp monitoring and fan control, and I will have visible reservoirs that will (at least) indicate that water flow is occurring. While the data nerd in me will feel all empty inside for not knowing gph, I'll just have to regulate my disappointment with regular infusions of beer. I'm pretty sure I know the proper dosage.
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Hi!

Now that I think I've got a stable fixed voltage for my O/C, I am looking at using Adaptive voltage.

From a thread in another forum, I think I have a starting point.

In BIOS->Advanced Mode->Ai Tweaker->

1) {CPU Core Voltage} --> [Adaptive Mode]
2) {CPU Core Offset Mode Sign} --> [+]
3) {CPU Core Voltage Offset} --> [0.18] (*This value will be specific to my system)
4) {Additional Turbo Mode CPU Core Voltage} --> [Auto]
5) {CPU Cache Voltage} --> [Adaptive Mode]
6) {CPU Cache Offset Mode Sign} --> [+]
7) {CPU Cache Voltage Offset} --> [0.05] (*This value will be specific to my system)
8) {Additional Turbo Mode CPU Cache Voltage} --> [Auto]

My current voltages are:



Can someone advise a starting point for #3 and #7 if my current BIOS is as per the following? And any other changes I should consider making too.

CPU Core voltage: 1.221875
CPU Cache voltage: 1.221875



Thanks in advance.
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Hi!

Can someone advise a starting point for #3 and #7 if my current BIOS is as per the following? And any other changes I should consider making too.

CPU Core voltage: 1.221875
CPU Cache voltage: 1.221875

Why does the answer become obvious after you post the question?

I put the BIOS into Auto and rebooted.
Loaded BIOS again and observed default values for CPU and Cache voltages

Default CPU Core voltage: 1.024
Default CPU Cache voltage: 0.843

Therefore:

CPU Core Voltage Offset = 1.221875 - 1.025 = + 0.192
CPU Cache Voltage Offset = 1.221875 - 0.843 = + 0.3875

I've applied these (and dropped a little), resulting in:



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Adaptive vcore doesn't work on the 125 strap, FWIW

I'm no expert, but this is the way it was described to me - and you don't even need to know what the "stock" voltage is.

Set the "CPU Core Voltage Offset" to .005v

Set the "Additional Turbo Mode CPU Core Voltage" to what you want to run the vcore at, minus the earlier .005v

If you want vcore to be 1.275v, for example, then the "Additional Turbo Mode CPU Core Voltage" will be 1.27v

You'll need to use 100 fsb and reset your multiplier.
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Adaptive vcore doesn't work on the 125 strap, FWIW

I'm no expert, but this is the way it was described to me - and you don't even need to know what the "stock" voltage is.

Set the "CPU Core Voltage Offset" to .005v

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If you want vcore to be 1.275v, for example, then the "Additional Turbo Mode CPU Core Voltage" will be 1.27v

You'll need to use 100 fsb and reset your multiplier.


Thanks, I will give the offset method a try tomorrow.

What is it about adaptive vCore and the 125 strap that does not work? I've done a little testing this evening and have not had any stability issue.

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