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Yeah, x58 was easier, but my motherboard stopped working and I don't want to plow more money into it considering the prices. Besides, even with a worse OC, Haswell-E is a lot better than Westmere. smile.gif

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Hi there

Agree about the X58 there, same applies for me, my Gigabyte failed and went with X99 as well


Hope this helps

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Hi there

If its warm then you will struggle with low temperatures on CPU,you can try open side window on the case or raisw RPM on case and NH-D14

No A-Tuning shouldn't mess yours OC settings, they will be erased after reboot, you can write them down and put them manually in BIOS if they're stable enough

Try input voltage 1.79v or 1.81v and we will see what temperatures you will have

Hope this helps

Thanks, Jura

I tried 1.81v, it worked for a while, but when I opened a web browser window during testing and closed it later the whole thing froze. Maybe I shouldn't have done that though. smile.gif

Although in the near-term I'm not sure if I have the cash for a CLC, do you have any suggestions for a better cooling solution than the D14? I've heard it matches some liquid coolers, so I'm reluctant to get something that might prove to be a side-grade... I have a NZXT Phantom 530 case that can accommodate a pretty big rad on the top according to its specifications. I know "custom loop" is best, but would like to avoid that as although I've managed to build computers without a major hitch I'm not the most talented person when it comes to more challenging hardware things. (In high school, my industrial arts teacher took me aside and told me to build model cars rather than mess with the carpentry.rolleyes.gif
 
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I tried 1.81v, it worked for a while, but when I opened a web browser window during testing and closed it later the whole thing froze. Maybe I shouldn't have done that though. smile.gif

Although in the near-term I'm not sure if I have the cash for a CLC, do you have any suggestions for a better cooling solution than the D14? I've heard it matches some liquid coolers, so I'm reluctant to get something that might prove to be a side-grade... I have a NZXT Phantom 530 case that can accommodate a pretty big rad on the top according to its specifications. I know "custom loop" is best, but would like to avoid that as although I've managed to build computers without a major hitch I'm not the most talented person when it comes to more challenging hardware things. (In high school, my industrial arts teacher took me aside and told me to build model cars rather than mess with the carpentry.rolleyes.gif

Hi there

NZXT are not the best cases and with no best airflow, I would rather go with Phanteks cases as they usually have good airflow and use good fans there

Regarding the CLC or AIO I would advice against them, they're not worth it if I compare against my NH-D15

Custom water loop is and can be better on longer run and if budget allows then I would go there with custom water loop

Other options are cooler or colder ambient temperature or better cooling like is better air cooler likecis NH-D15 or Cryorig R1 Ultimate or Universal

Try raise input voltage then at 1.82v if this does help with stability and uf temperatures stays on lower side

Hope this helps

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Hi there

NZXT are not the best cases and with no best airflow, I would rather go with Phanteks cases as they usually have good airflow and use good fans there

Regarding the CLC or AIO I would advice against them, they're not worth it if I compare against my NH-D15

Custom water loop is and can be better on longer run and if budget allows then I would go there with custom water loop

Other options are cooler or colder ambient temperature or better cooling like is better air cooler likecis NH-D15 or Cryorig R1 Ultimate or Universal

Try raise input voltage then at 1.82v if this does help with stability and uf temperatures stays on lower side

Hope this helps

Thanks, Jura

I'll think about a new case, though replacing everything into a new case is a major pain. I have a NH-D14, as you know, rather than the D15. I'm not sure if the D15 would fit in my case, though the D14 does, which is a factor in me looking at CLCs... What do you think of the HAF XB Evo case, or the Corsair Air 540? I'm not saying I'm getting a new case, but those kind of interested me when I was originally case-shopping. Most of the phanteks cases don't have space for an optical drive, and since I record recordings on CD for a singer friend of mine, I'd prefer to have that.
 
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I'll think about a new case, though replacing everything into a new case is a major pain. I have a NH-D14, as you know, rather than the D15. I'm not sure if the D15 would fit in my case, though the D14 does, which is a factor in me looking at CLCs... What do you think of the HAF XB Evo case, or the Corsair Air 540? I'm not saying I'm getting a new case, but those kind of interested me when I was originally case-shopping. Most of the phanteks cases don't have space for an optical drive, and since I record recordings on CD for a singer friend of mine, I'd prefer to have that.

Hi there

Have look on Phanteks Enthoo Pro Or Pro M series or Enthoo Primo if you want case with 5,25" and they have best airflow

I own Enthoo Primo as well there which is massive case and trust me I went via few cases

HAF cases are OK but what I hate on them they use 200mm fans which are not best fans and no dust filters

Corsair Air 540 not sure,these cases are not the best in therm of airflow and plus no dust filter and supplied fans are noisemakers nothing else

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Here is my Enthoo Primo





And here is my old air setup
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Hi there

Personally I would try set manually vCore at 1.25v,core multi at 44*, cache multi at 36*,input voltage at 1.84v and this should be OK, if its BSOD then increase vCore etc

Have run NH-D15 with 5820k for few months and been very happy and this cooler handled my 4.6Ghz pretty much OK, in yours case you should be able to OC at least at 4.4GHz or 4.5Ghz with this cooler

I have replaced my Noctua fans with Thermalright TY-143 fans

Hope this helps

Thanks, Jura

Thanks! What's the recommended max for input voltage and vcore?

On Haswell-E 1.91-1.95v for CPU input is ideal. smile.gif
    
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On Haswell-E 1.91-1.95v for CPU input is ideal. smile.gif

Since when the absolute maximum is ideal ? Did i miss something?
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On Haswell-E 1.91-1.95v for CPU input is ideal. smile.gif

Since when the absolute maximum is ideal ? Did i miss something?

Ideal fur a stable overclock.
    
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Ideal fur a stable overclock.

Ideal for finding the stable overclock. It just eliminates VCCIN as being a factor of instability. You still have to make sure Vcore, Vring, VCCSA, etc. are all stable too.
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