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post #16721 of 22008
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Originally Posted by GreedyMuffin View Post

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.
Regarding the rear fans as intake, I think they would have a minimum impact cause the air would be sucked faster by the top rad fans rather than cool anything... And if the gpus are on air, it might cause a wired heatspot in that area... You gotta test it to be sure... Gonna test with mine tomorrow and give some feedback.
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post #16722 of 22008
I see. I`ll just drop it then i guess.

2 hours BF4 MP 64 was fun (esp when you got a few buddies with ya) and stable. Under 70¤C at all time. More around 60¤C avg.

Earlier i experienced Watch dog BSOD, but i changed my ram OC and it disappeared. I thought the WD was CPU clock error, but that makes sense if the mem was failing.
Edited by GreedyMuffin - 1/29/16 at 3:40pm
post #16723 of 22008
2600 on the RAM doesn't seem very stable so backed off to 2400 but still very occasionally get random reboots out of no where.

Would increasing system agent voltage solve this? Pretty sure it's currently at 1.048v.
post #16724 of 22008
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2600 on the RAM doesn't seem very stable so backed off to 2400 but still very occasionally get random reboots out of no where.

Would increasing system agent voltage solve this? Pretty sure it's currently at 1.048v.
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Purchase a USB flash drive and use Rufus to make it a Linux Drive.
Boot into Linux, connect to the internet and open a "Terminal" (Ctrl+Alt+T).
Type in "sudo apt-get update".
Type in "sudo apt-get install stressapptest".
Then finally type in "stressapptest -W -s 3600" and let that run until it finishes. If you get a random reboot before then, reduce DRAM frequency, or increase latency and try again. If you get reboots at 2133MHz, revert to stock and try again.
post #16725 of 22008
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I see. I`ll just drop it then i guess.

2 hours BF4 MP 64 was fun (esp when you got a few buddies with ya) and stable. Under 70¤C at all time. More around 60¤C avg.

Earlier i experienced Watch dog BSOD, but i changed my ram OC and it disappeared. I thought the WD was CPU clock error, but that makes sense if the mem was failing.

Kepp in mind with Hw-E you can play the heavy games on Unstable OC for a good time not like the old cpu's.. as the old cpu like 4790k has 8 thread and BF4 can use all of them while with Hw-E we have 12 and 16 thread and BF4 will use 8 thread's only..

but now I found a new way to make sure its stable enough for games not barely stable.. I set Winrar to compress a file while playing BF4 that give me around 60% usage.. if you pass 1h while playing BF4 and using Winrar your OC stable for games

also Crysis 3 at 1080p without Antiliasing and Vsync Off is very good test as that game can use up to 16 thread or more..
   
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post #16726 of 22008
I regret that I bought a little kraken x61 for $ 240 I could make a little to a real cooling water









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post #16727 of 22008
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2600 on the RAM doesn't seem very stable so backed off to 2400 but still very occasionally get random reboots out of no where.

Would increasing system agent voltage solve this? Pretty sure it's currently at 1.048v.

try 2666, its a much stronger divider than 2600. Random reboots usually points to VCCIN, not VCCSA.
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post #16728 of 22008
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I regret that I bought a little kraken x61 for $ 240 I could make a little to a real cooling water

CPU: Intel Core i7 5820k @ 4.250 1.225
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^^ This. and the benefit of a custom loop is very real in controlling temperatures. thumb.gif
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post #16729 of 22008
Coming back with some thoughts :
1st i replaced the Noctua TIM with CLU....the result was terrible...higher temperatures than before, hard to apply, verry hard to remove from the cooler heatsink, i actually had to sand my h100i gtx in order to get all the metal from it.
2nd...replaced the CLU with Kryonaut...temp seem a bit lower than with Noctua.
3rd....I've flipped the rear fan and made it as an intake...didn't saw any change in temperatures.
Here's a screen with temps using Kryonaut:


Will think about changing my cooler to a H110i GTX and hope that my temperatures will decrease 5*C or more.
Or pay more and get better performance with a Predator 360....asumeing this screen is true :

Edited by arh-Roland - 1/30/16 at 12:35pm
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post #16730 of 22008
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Coming back with some thoughts :
1st i replaced the Noctua TIM with CLU....the result was terrible...higher temperatures than before, hard to apply, verry hard to remove from the cooler heatsink, i actually had to sand my h100i gtx in order to get all the metal from it.
2nd...replaced the CLU with Kryonaut...temp seem a bit lower than with Noctua.
3rd....I've flipped the rear fan and made it as an intake...didn't saw any change in temperatures.
Here's a screen with temps using Kryonaut:


Will think about changing my cooler to a H110i GTX and hope that my temperatures will decrease 5*C or more.
Or pay more and get better performance with a Predator 360....asumeing this screen is true :

The 360 kit is not Predator. It`s a finished kit you set up yourself.
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