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yeah, I'd say 4.8 is your sweet spot for that cooling. Each cpu is different of coarse and then add in the cooling factor and that sweet spot can move all over the place.... bet if you had a custom loop it'd move up to 5 ghz easy. I can't really explain it well, but someone here gave a good detailed explanation why this is... something about leakage and resistance in the silicone going up with temperature so that as you go up in speed/volts the temp will increase exponentially... basically heat causes more heat because it causes more leakage and resistance.... so if you could keep it below that critical point where leakage and resistance starts building up fast then it will be easier to clock it up... kinda funny but keeping it cooler in the first place causes it to create less heat making it easier to keep cooler... maybe just putting it in a cold room for a bit would give you the cooling you need... or get one of those "squirrel cage" fans blowing on the cpu cooler lol... that's what my son did when he tried to qualify for the club.
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There are some tricks you could try like removing the I/O panel in the back of the case for better air flow and placing the video card in a lower slot to get its heat away from the cpu, but mostly you will need a twin tower cooler for the voltage you will be running. The Noctua D15 is the best because you could lower the center fan closer to the motherboard so it blows cooling air directly onto those poor overworked VRMs.
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There are some tricks you could try like removing the I/O panel in the back of the case for better air flow and placing the video card in a lower slot to get its heat away from the cpu, but mostly you will need a twin tower cooler for the voltage you will be running. The Noctua D15 is the best because you could lower the center fan closer to the motherboard so it blows cooling air directly onto those poor overworked VRMs.

Yeah I'm pretty certain with my setup I have it as far as it can safely go. I did have a piece of paper I had written down all my voltages and stuff on for OCing from the base 4.1 all the way up to 5, but I just threw it out the other night like an idiot. So that sucks, but I'll be sure to let you guys know if anything changes, thanks for the kind words and advice guys! It's still at least 2 months till I build my Ryzen PC, so I have some time to play haha
    
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Hey soI ran my tests in occd still need to delid but would this be considered a win? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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honestly photobucket ruined those.. i can't even download them and read them clearly... please re-post images here at full resolution... I know it shows only small pics sizes, but we can still get them full size in new tabs.
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honestly photobucket ruined those.. i can't even download them and read them clearly... please re-post images here at full resolution... I know it shows only small pics sizes, but we can still get them full size in new tabs.
Ok will do.... I will try to find a better host... The photos are 3440x1440
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No need for hosts. You can upload images here as well.

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No need for hosts. You can upload images here as well.

Problem was they were uploading worse then the ones on photo bucket. I'll try again shortly
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re-submission.... added attachments to download the full resolution images....
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Problem was they were uploading worse then the ones on photo bucket. I'll try again shortly

What do you mean?
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