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44x multi / 100mhz BLK / 2400mhz CL13 1T/ 3.8ghz cache


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Those temps are impressive! At least it is to me.

I did some more AIDA last night while I was in bed and this time I dropped the multiplier to 43 and vcore to 1.25. The core temps did improve somewhat(highest was 84) but I'm still wondering if it is my thermal paste. When I put this thing together a few weeks ago, I may have messed up the application of the thermal paste.....maybe that's why I'm getting some high temperatures

I got Gelid Extreme yesterday and I'm going to use that instead of the paste that came with the cooler I'm using.

BTW...

How do you increase your cache speed?
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Those temps are impressive! At least it is to me.

I did some more AIDA last night while I was in bed and this time I dropped the multiplier to 43 and vcore to 1.25. The core temps did improve somewhat(highest was 84) but I'm still wondering if it is my thermal paste. When I put this thing together a few weeks ago, I may have messed up the application of the thermal paste.....maybe that's why I'm getting some high temperatures

I got Gelid Extreme yesterday and I'm going to use that instead of the paste that came with the cooler I'm using.

BTW...

How do you increase your cache speed?

You have to remember he's using a custom loop cooling. He will get better temps than you.
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You have to remember he's using a custom loop cooling. He will get better temps than you.

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There should be a cache ratio adjustment in the BIOS. And that h240X is a really good expandable AIO. High quality block, pump, and copper rad. I ran AIDA for 5 hours and the temp did increase by 2C. I upped the rad fans around 1320 rpms and dropped the vcore to 1.25 in BIOS with +.220 offset voltage (although AIDA and HWmonitor say 1.26)..

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If you get a few C drop on the new thermal paste I think the temps will be in line with a custom loop. Does seem a bit high compared right now, but also could be due to ambient temp differences.
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There should be a cache ratio adjustment in the BIOS. And that h240X is a really good expandable AIO. High quality block, pump, and copper rad. I ran AIDA for 5 hours and the temp did increase by 2C. I upped the rad fans around 1320 rpms and dropped the vcore to 1.25 in BIOS with +.220 offset voltage (although AIDA and HWmonitor say 1.26)..


Ok....what would changing the cache speed get me? Sorry...I am new to overclocking
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If you get a few C drop on the new thermal paste I think the temps will be in line with a custom loop. Does seem a bit high compared right now, but also could be due to ambient temp differences.

The average ambient temperature in my computer room is between 63-67F

I might have to wait until Monday to redo my thermal paste.....I need to get some coffee filters.
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Ok....what would changing the cache speed get me? Sorry...I am new to overclocking
The average ambient temperature in my computer room is between 63-67F

I might have to wait until Monday to redo my thermal paste.....I need to get some coffee filters.

The ability to set cache separately opens a few new options compared to previous generations. Cache generates it's own heat contribution, may operate on less voltage than the CPU sometimes, and doesn't really affect performance if it's a tad slower than the CPU. This gives us some control to let the CPU move upwards will keeping the cache stable at lower speeds, lower heat, less power.

It's a fine tuning concept to be sure, but sometimes the CPU section is stable when the cache is responsible for instability. Cache can be 5 to 10% slower and performance is barely measurably altered.
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