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post #16711 of 21934
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do you really trust on CPU binning ?
sincerely I don't, there is no real reason to trust on it.

every single 5820K could run well at the stock 5930K frequency, so what is the sense in binning a 5930K?
In my opinion stock frequency are only a marketing gimmick to create differentiation between products.
Agreed. I don`t think they really bin their CPUs.

I`m a bit closer now. Been gaming now a few hours no problems on 1.203V 45x100. Still good, although i wish i was below 1.200V tongue.gif
OCing ruins my BF4 stats, yesterday i was 430-450 on the ``skill`` now 350 or something after crashing so many times and insta getting -20 -30 tongue.gif

This is under 100% use on CPU -AKA folding Nacl. This is okay for 24/7 i guess.
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Edited by GreedyMuffin - 1/29/16 at 10:17am
post #16712 of 21934
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I am testing the H110i GTX on a 5930K at the moment. Open-air on RealBench Encode. Temps stay within low 60C at 1.25 Vcore and 1400RPM SP140s in Pull.

I think, your case airflow needs a refinement rather than the cooler.

Thank you for the info.
Regarding the airflow, i do not think its a problem. I have the Obsidian 750D Airflow Edition case, with front x2 140mm intake, bottom x2 120mm intake, rear x1 140mm exhaust, top x2 12mm (the cooler) and another 140mm ass exhaust. Intake fans have slightly more RPM to create a bit of positive pressure. So i have neutral/a bit positive pressure inside. Don't think i would be a great idea to set the rear fan ass a intake....
Is there any possibility that my CPU has a bad thermal dissipation ? Is there a chance that some CPU's escape from factory with some thermal problems ? From what i see my chip is ,,golden" cause i can OC it with relativly lower voltage than other, but the temps are equal to most.
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It could be the chip.

Being clocked that high means it's sucking in amps more than being at 4.5 at higher voltages.
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It could be the chip.

Being clocked that high means it's sucking in amps more than being at 4.5 at higher voltages.

Can you detect somth wrong with my amps or volts from the picture bellow ?

Thank you.
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This is under 100% use on CPU -AKA folding Nacl. This is okay for 24/7 i guess.
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The core and package temps are similar to what i get when nacl folding, but i get 20 to 25c lower mobo and pch temps. Seems like it might be betting warm inside your case, (although your ssd/hdd/dimm temps don't look elevated)?
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post #16716 of 21934
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The core and package temps are similar to what i get when nacl folding, but i get 20 to 25c lower mobo and pch temps. Seems like it might be betting warm inside your case, (although your ssd/hdd/dimm temps don't look elevated)?
I`m running a Asus X99-E WS with 2x PLX chips, that might be the reason why the PCH is warm? I`m also running it with a little more voltage 0.05V) But that shoulden`t make a huge difference.

At stock the PCH is 59¤C as well. I dunno. :O
The VRMs is a bit hot though.

My case is not very good ventilated as the CPU & GPU is under water. Running 700RPM on the rad fans and 850 on the case fans.
post #16717 of 21934
greedy for the case fans A how's the layout and B does it lower the temps significantly when upping the speed slightly?

edit : my case (nanoxia deep silence 6) cools off alot when opening the top smoke stacks to vent the rad upwards so my G1 gaming GTX 980ti isn't boiling inside my case (no rearexhaust on a vid card ftw rolleyes.gif)
post #16718 of 21934
Can check. I`m lacking fans. So only 1 intake (in the front of my R5) then 6x outake on my rad (on the top)

I need another intake on the back side of the case. I can set a Sp120 to blow directly on the VRMs. The PCH is hot anyways.
post #16719 of 21934
you actually want an exhaust on the back biggrin.gif

my setup is currently 2 front sucking air trough exhaust holes from the side then another 2 after the SSD bay (push / pull) and one at the back exhausting.

The top is exhausting the rad tho i might flip around the fans (currently they're pushing air through the rad since my case is a pain in the ass to remove the roof area without breaking cables (thnx nanoxia T.T (this besides the heavy weight is one off the very few minus points i give the nanoxia Deep Silence 6 rev A))
post #16720 of 21934
Really? I thought it would be better to have it as intake since everything is undre water? Brings cold air to ram/mobo and the hot air rises to the top rad.
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