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AMD bro you can't imagine the numbers on the next flagship.. wait it out bro.

Rafdx.. right on nice score.. new bios? Ill add voltage .. proper amount

Yeah, im holding off for Vega. To be honest, I could hold it off for the Little Vega (Vega 21 or whatever their naming convention is)

I just get tired of AMD drivers on the older boards not working well. It took them over 7 driver updates to fix the multi monitor bug. I had the 150mhz ram bug and I DIDNT EVEN HAVE two monitors...

The lag issue has seemed to go away with your bios. maybe i did something wrong in AB? who knows! Maybe their bios just sucks?
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Yes, cards are baller... Bios is... you know wink.gif haha gotta mod it 1st thing.. all bugs can be worked out a bit with bios at least 98% of them... then 1% all physically thermally with the PCB and then 1% driver software bugs.

Nice man. I'd re-think 9, 10. As we know heat rises... Rises to the top of the case and swept back in through the CPU cooler and through a single 120mm exhaust of smaller diameter than all the air feeding it. Which would cause air to become turbulent and bounce back into the case and the whole process starts all over again.

Ideally you want the front of the case sucking in cool air in over the GPU/ Northbridge/ Southbridge/ Memory/ CPU to all of the fans on the top and back as exhaust... That way the air is swept in, heated and blown out very efficiently... Going where it wants to anyway.
Edited by chris89 - 4/14/17 at 2:50pm
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Yes, cards are baller... Bios is... you know wink.gif haha gotta mod it 1st thing.. all bugs can be worked out a bit with bios at least 98% of them... then 1% all physically thermally with the PCB and then 1% driver software bugs.

Nice man. I'd re-think 9, 10. As we know heat rises... Rises to the top of the case and swept back in through the CPU cooler and through a single 120mm exhaust of smaller diameter than all the air feeding it. Which would cause air to become turbulent and bounce back into the case and the whole process starts all over again.

Ideally you want the front of the case sucking in cool air in over the GPU/ Northbridge/ Southbridge/ Memory/ CPU to all of the fans on the top and back as exhaust... That way the air is swept in, heated and blown out very efficiently... Going where it wants to anyway.

I concur, you may even see a few degrees of temp drop all around by optimizing case flow. Try it out and let us know...it would take you 10-15 minutes of time and a beer to keep you company thumb.gifbiggrin.gifsmil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
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That is an interesting fan set up. My mind says 3+4 should be intakes with 9+10 being outtakes for best results...but if it works it works.

I read from other H55 modders that you want the radiator as exhaust cause then you'd be blowing hot air back into the system. It really does get hot

So i was thinking of getting rid of fan 8 all together cause I believe its so close to the CPU cooler fan.

Do you think flipping 9 & 10 out would be better? Or blowing cooler air directly on to the CPU be better? I am def open to ideas regarding cooling.

Even with all the fans it's not loud. There are only two 120MMs fans running faster than 40% and they are the CPU's. The two noctura's are running at full speed, but they are so quiet, The rest are Cougar Vortex PWM
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3+4 is a real pain... 300-400 watts of gpu heat dumping in the case.... Unless you had longer hose and placed the radiator at the top as exhaust to avoid heat moving through your case from the GPU... In the current 3 + 4 exhaust... it's just dumping that heat directly back into the other front 120mm intakes...

What would be real interesting is to run the hoses out the top of the case, create a Radiator Swivel that can be placed down flat for moving... and placed up 90 degrees sucking cool ambient air in and blowing it right back out into the ambient area... avoiding saturating case heat...

Otherwise that's a real tough one... maybe I'd put the GPU Radiator below where all the PCI expansion slots are to blow directly out the back of the case... supplemental intake airflow from front intake ... to direct out of the case... ya know?
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Yeah, which is what i was worried about originally (heat rises) when I put the radiator down there. IDT I have enough hose length to get it to the top nor the clearance with the CPU cooler to put it as my lone exhaust. Maybe I should switch 3 & 4 at the top where fan 1 is and swap 9 & 10? I am delidding my Skylake with two friends in about two weeks, so I'd have the room to do everything then.

Keep the advice coming!
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Nice. I think actually it would be better to put the radiator in the spot of #8 as exhaust... One fan mounted on the outside.. one inside... As it's a 90 degrees from the GPU core it's cooling, the heat will move best at a 90 degree angle up and out the back. The CPU heat soat will be minimal and the whole case will cool down significantly... I would then actually transition the CPU cooler to direct up exhaust out the dual 120mm exhaust fans... Create a brace mount to prevent the cooler with moving however way you feel would work best?

Then switch all the front fans to full Intake Inlet and all Cool air In and All Hot air Directly out...

Switch out the cooler haha that thing is flippin huge hahahaha ... Go Thermalright True Copper... those are sooo sweet man if you can find one... coolest of all coolers by 10-15C with dual Delta 500CFM intake exhaust at 5V operation ... 250CFM each... 20 CFM per Volt... 5 volts 200 CFM Quite Quiet.
Edited by chris89 - 4/14/17 at 3:25pm
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I read from other H55 modders that you want the radiator as exhaust cause then you'd be blowing hot air back into the system. It really does get hot

So i was thinking of getting rid of fan 8 all together cause I believe its so close to the CPU cooler fan.

Do you think flipping 9 & 10 out would be better? Or blowing cooler air directly on to the CPU be better? I am def open to ideas regarding cooling.

Even with all the fans it's not loud. There are only two 120MMs fans running faster than 40% and they are the CPU's. The two noctura's are running at full speed, but they are so quiet, The rest are Cougar Vortex PWM

I anticipated this response. You are correct in assuming that if you set up the radiator as an intake...it will raise the ambient air temp of the case. This is a give and take. You decrease ambient air temp on your gpu by drawing cool air through it...and increase ambient for your other components.

In your scenario you are pulling warm air into your radiator from your case, so your gpu is being suboptimally cooled. It is give and take depending on how you do it.

Also...in your current set up, you actually sabatoge the benfits of both options. Look at where the position of the gpu radiator is. Where is it pouring out all that "hot" less dense air? Right in below your two front panel intake fans. Which means a good portion of that hot air is actually being recycled back into your case by your intakes...and back through your gpu radiator. Try flipping the fans. You may be suprised.
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Yeah, which is what i was worried about originally (heat rises) when I put the radiator down there. IDT I have enough hose length to get it to the top nor the clearance with the CPU cooler to put it as my lone exhaust. Maybe I should switch 3 & 4 at the top where fan 1 is and swap 9 & 10? I am delidding my Skylake with two friends in about two weeks, so I'd have the room to do everything then.

Keep the advice coming!

delidding...you said you were up near NJ recently. I would like to delid, but not sure if I go about buying this tool for one time deal, how likely is it that the next generation intel chips will be compatible? like past Kaby Lake/Coffee Lake/Birthday Cake whatever they have up their sleeves.

I am PMing a question.
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Replied.

But yes, hordes of Kabby Lake guys have already done the delidding with crazy results.

Not to move away from our glorious graphics cards, but here are some links:

7700k guy http://imgur.com/a/CC2Qu and https://www.reddit.com/r/overclocking/comments/5zqaks/i_have_finally_lost_my_delid_virginity_to_a_7700k/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DESHOZkNAAM

https://www.reddit.com/r/overclocking/comments/5ynq32/6700k_delid_oc_results/

https://www.reddit.com/r/overclocking/comments/4v1umj/48_ghz_145_vcore_i7_6700k_cpuz_stress_test_results/



i'm going to have to revamp my fan setup. Seems there are improvements I can make, just need to route them correctly. Keep the ideas coming
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