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post #17101 of 22017
I have ripjaws IV 4dimm kit 2400mhz , i can get easily 3000mhz with 125strap with only 1.3V stable at aida! Guys here helped me a lot , but i really dont like 125 strap because i loose about 0.2ghz from cache and 0.1ghz from core with the same voltage. My cpu is stable as rock for now!
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post #17102 of 22017
perhaps you should start mention what timings you are using. Screenshots are welcome.
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post #17103 of 22017
I use xmp profile with the standard timings , here are some screenshots of my 125 strap options , for 100strap i just change the strap, the voltage , cpu multipliers and dram frequency .
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post #17104 of 22017
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Can high RAM voltage hurt anything else aside from RAM itselfe? 1.4V in BIOS is already red value... biggrin.gif

Back in the old days it resulted in body diode breakdown when pushing too far beyond the CPU VTT voltage, but it should be safe to go up to 1.50V on these HW-E chips as the memory controller was originally used for DDR3 spec. Most of us would recommend sticking below 1.45V for daily use, and for casual bench overclocking, 1.65V max.
post #17105 of 22017
Can your mobo post bios with values more than 1.4V? My can't for some reason...
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post #17106 of 22017
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Hey ppl.
I have the Corsair Obsidian 750D Airflow edition case. Have to make a decision for my CPU cooler....but i canot make one. My options are a Predator 360(360mm rad) or a H115i (280 rad).
I currently have H100i GTX but i dont like how its performing, even tho i oc my 5820k with 1.16v @ 4.5Ghz, temps go up in the 70's.
I know the Predator 360 fits in the case, but not with push/pull (except if i go with x3 Slim 13mm fans).
Really like the Corsair cpu block and how it looks and i somehow lean towards the H115i, and i can do push/pull with normal fans. I've seen a few reviews where the H110i Gt (similar with H110i GTX or H115i) is better or almost equal to the Predator 360, even tho i do not belive that to be true.
I need some opinions if i should go for the Predator 360 push/pull (with 13mm slim fans doing push and the vardar fans pulling) or save some money and go for the H115i push/pull (25mm fans).
My logic says that the Predator 360 should beat the crap out of any 240/280 AIO's cause of its thicker and longer rad.
I won't plan in expanding the loop in the future.
I know some may say a 360 rad for the cpu only its overkill but i do not really care.

What should i go for ? Watched so many reviews and read so many threads my mind is shredded atm and i can't make any decision.

Thank you.

I would say to go for the EK or the new Swiftech AIOs they sure would blow away that Corsair AIO ... Its not just about the thickness of the rad with those kits you will be getting real watercooling parts also (block,pump,rad tube,fans)
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post #17107 of 22017
Thank's for the feedback. I will go with the Predator 360... Hope it will rise up to its name.
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post #17108 of 22017
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Can your mobo post bios with values more than 1.4V? My can't for some reason...

Try raising both "VCCIO" Voltages on the main mobo tab at the bottom (for ASUS mobos) (the 1.05V mark ones) to 1.15V and try again. Most DRAM should be able to push past 1.40V with relative ease.
Edited by Desolutional - 2/15/16 at 10:21am
post #17109 of 22017
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Thank's for the feedback. I will go with the Predator 360... Hope it will rise up to its name.
If you want to get Predator, make sure the revision number is not listed in the below product recall notice. I have no doubt Predator going to blow away any Corsair AIO but don't let it blow your hardware too. tongue.gif

https://www.ekwb.com/news/important-notice-from-ekwb-ek-xlc-predator-240-and-360-r1-0-product-recall/
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post #17110 of 22017
I just did it and got this at 1.45V
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