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This is under idle.



Under load.

"CPU 0" does not correspond to anything.


Under idle I don't see relation. I see relation under load

70 - 48.8 (CPU0) = 21.2 (Thermal Margin)

I hope I don't have to change my cooler, because that would be at least 70 bucks for the noctua and I could be using that for a better videocard instead x.x
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I meant to say it didn't mean anything at idle temps which is where your concern is. My bad for not being clear.
Personally, I wouldn't worry about your cooler as long as your upper end temps don't get out of control. Put that money towards a GPU. Then later, you can upgrade to the noctua or even a full blown water cooling loop. I'm fighting the urge to go full water, and the $400+ it would cost me is aiding in my fight.
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AMD came through, I just got a brand new 860K in the mail yesterday. A little higher stock VID than the old chip, this one is 1.387V while the other one was under 1.300V.

That's where my VID is. Hope it overclocks well.
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Under idle I don't see relation. I see relation under load

70 - 48.8 (CPU0) = 21.2 (Thermal Margin)

I hope I don't have to change my cooler, because that would be at least 70 bucks for the noctua and I could be using that for a better videocard instead x.x
AOD was never accurate for idle. But yeah, you correctly saw that under load, the number correspond with thermal margin. That reading is safe btw. I'm kind of jealous lol!
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I meant to say it didn't mean anything at idle temps which is where your concern is. My bad for not being clear.
How my friend reads AOD close to idle is that he plays a YT video. At 480p it should be about 6% across all cores. Mine reads 60c margin. According to my chart, that's 42c. Pretty damn cool!
Edited by coffeerox - 10/1/15 at 1:15am
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AMD came through, I just got a brand new 860K in the mail yesterday. A little higher stock VID than the old chip, this one is 1.387V while the other one was under 1.300V.

Can you check how much voltage it requires to run @stock under full load? Just curious.
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So I started build a very low-budget rig for my friend who is in dire need right now, and went with the NZXT Source 210. What an amazing case for $40, I highly recommend it for anyone looking to build a budget rig (figured a lot of folks looking for info on the 860K would be interested in this sort of thing). I've used dozens and dozens of different cases over the years but this one will be my definite go-to for lower cost builds until they discontinue it. Plus it comes in white, which is my favorite case color.

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Can you check how much voltage it requires to run @stock under full load? Just curious.

I'll try to check a little later, I have no OS installed for that rig so I'd have to get through all that.
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I meant to say it didn't mean anything at idle temps which is where your concern is. My bad for not being clear.
Personally, I wouldn't worry about your cooler as long as your upper end temps don't get out of control. Put that money towards a GPU. Then later, you can upgrade to the noctua or even a full blown water cooling loop. I'm fighting the urge to go full water, and the $400+ it would cost me is aiding in my fight.

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Originally Posted by coffeerox View Post

AOD was never accurate for idle. But yeah, you correctly saw that under load, the number correspond with thermal margin. That reading is safe btw. I'm kind of jealous lol!
How my friend reads AOD close to idle is that he plays a YT video. At 480p it should be about 6% across all cores. Mine reads 60c margin. According to my chart, that's 42c. Pretty damn cool!


Alright thank you both. Will try stressing later. I'm always looking for time x.x
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So I started build a very low-budget rig for my friend who is in dire need right now, and went with the NZXT Source 210. What an amazing case for $40, I highly recommend it for anyone looking to build a budget rig (figured a lot of folks looking for info on the 860K would be interested in this sort of thing). I've used dozens and dozens of different cases over the years but this one will be my definite go-to for lower cost builds until they discontinue it. Plus it comes in white, which is my favorite case color.

I have the S340 and consider myself a serious NZXT fanboy. I appreciate that info because I want to use my current case for my future Skylake build and needed something to switch my 860K to.
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This is the one my friend uses in his 8350 build, at the time, he got it for 30 bucks
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811146178&cm_re=nzxt_source_220-_-11-146-178-_-Product


Sucks that the price went up to 60 though. At the time we thought it was the default price frown.gif
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Originally Posted by Scorpion49 View Post

So I started build a very low-budget rig for my friend who is in dire need right now, and went with the NZXT Source 210. What an amazing case for $40, I highly recommend it for anyone looking to build a budget rig (figured a lot of folks looking for info on the 860K would be interested in this sort of thing). I've used dozens and dozens of different cases over the years but this one will be my definite go-to for lower cost builds until they discontinue it. Plus it comes in white, which is my favorite case color.

I don't know if it's a bad sign, but here only the Elite 210 is still on sale. Could be bad news for the Source 210. I had almost bought this case for myself, but i stopped at the last minute, because of the uneven front line (the little Adrian Monk inside me was protesting), the positioning of USB ports one next to other (it may prevent using 2 flat USB keys at the same time) and the top fans (front mesh and top fan holes are bad for silent PC). Otherwise, for its money, it was impressive for its design and weight. It's like 2 kg heavier than your usual case of that price range. Which means, it must have sturdy steel, instead of the more bendable variety.
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