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post #1801 of 1962
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Whats the problem ? 4.5 GHz i get 13888 stock 12400
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oh thank god, someone told me my score should be at least 14500 with these clocks ... my settings for physics are on auto select ? is that fine ?

Mine is on auto, sometimes when i do my tests, my physics score can go up or down by like 500 points, so dont always worry.
post #1802 of 1962
Looking to get a faster CPU for gaming, As I only play games.

How would an XE240 + XTX360 cool a 1080 and delidded 6700K overclocked?

Max safe voltage and normal max OC?
post #1803 of 1962
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Looking to get a faster CPU for gaming, As I only play games.

How would an XE240 + XTX360 cool a 1080 and delidded 6700K overclocked?

Max safe voltage and normal max OC?

Either one would work... With the XTX 360, you could safely add a GPU into the mix...

I have a HarwareLabs Black Ice Nemesis 360, doing that with a 6700K OC'd, and a GTX 1080 OC'd

Just my opinion,
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Either one would work... With the XTX 360, you could safely add a GPU into the mix...

I have a HarwareLabs Black Ice Nemesis 360, doing that with a 6700K OC'd, and a GTX 1080 OC'd

Just my opinion,

Hi! I got a 5960X, but planning on selling that (not 100 percent sure yet) to get some money and downgrade to a faster gaming cpu.

I already have tge xe240 and xtx360 with a d5 pump. Push pull on the 360 and pull on the 240.

So it will be more than enough to keep the cpu under 60'C even OCed when gaming?
post #1805 of 1962
Hello all

Just received my 6700k yesterday. Bought it used, only 1 month old, for €290. That is a €60 discount. Pretty happy.

Since this will be my first Intel build in a very long time it is all new to me. I did my homework and I'm pretty set on a Maximus viii Hero.

What do you guys think?

Ram wise I'm not so sure. It will be g.skill, probably trident z. 16gb kit. But I don't know which will work best with the board. 3000 c14, 3200 c15, 3400 c16? All sets are about the same price.

Lastly:
Do these boards run hot? Like my current board (saberkitty 990fx) likes added cooling to the vrm area and the socket. I have seen the mono block from EK, but if I can save a few bucks by just keeping my supremacy Evo I would be happy.

So questions are:
- is the viii hero the best choice in that price range?
- which ram works best with the above?
- is vrm/chipset cooling needed?
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Hi! I got a 5960X, but planning on selling that (not 100 percent sure yet) to get some money and downgrade to a faster gaming cpu.

I already have tge xe240 and xtx360 with a d5 pump. Push pull on the 360 and pull on the 240.

So it will be more than enough to keep the cpu under 60'C even OCed when gaming?

Cpu only?
Depending on your goal: temp, noise (fan speed) and ambient temp.

But one could say that even the 360 is enough. Since you have p/p on that rad you should be fine.
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post #1806 of 1962
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Hello all

Just received my 6700k yesterday. Bought it used, only 1 month old, for €290. That is a €60 discount. Pretty happy.

Since this will be my first Intel build in a very long time it is all new to me. I did my homework and I'm pretty set on a Maximus viii Hero.

What do you guys think?

Ram wise I'm not so sure. It will be g.skill, probably trident z. 16gb kit. But I don't know which will work best with the board. 3000 c14, 3200 c15, 3400 c16? All sets are about the same price.

Lastly:
Do these boards run hot? Like my current board (saberkitty 990fx) likes added cooling to the vrm area and the socket. I have seen the mono block from EK, but if I can save a few bucks by just keeping my supremacy Evo I would be happy.

So questions are:
- is the viii hero the best choice in that price range?
- which ram works best with the above?
- is vrm/chipset cooling needed?
Cpu only?

Hey Chopper. I used to be one of the 83xx Vishera Owners Club members... What took you so long?? I got tired of AMD not doing anything, so I went to an i7 Devil's Canyon 4790K w/ Maximus VII Formula... Then I graduated to the 6700K w/ Maximus VIII Gene (a smaller form factor suggested by Darlene) and put it in a Two-Tone CaseLabs S5...

Anyway, Good deal on the CPU, if it doesn't turn out to be a dog!! The M8H. It's a really decent OC board, lots of features, the best bang for the buck - IMHO

On the RAM, I'm using Corsair Dominator 3000MHz 15-17-17-35-2 XMP Profile. Look in the Manual (download it online from Asus Support, and check out the tested RAM, I was lucky, I bought some new Dominator 3000 MHz (that was on the chart) on eBay - Cheap! Of coarse you can always try others...

The VRM cooling is adequate, not on fire like AMD boards... lachen.gif Of coarse, it wouldn't hurt anything - PLUS it would look cool to have a mono-block... I thought about one. but decided that I change out CPU's to often to keep doing the VRM's over, when I change a CPU. Now, if you where really serious, and wanted to spend a couple hundred more, you could get the M8F, it has it's own water block, made by EK thumb.gif I'm looking at a separate VRM block...

Watch out when you get started OC'ing, the Intel's are not as tough as AMD... Degradation happens much, much, sooner than a good 'ol FX-8350... devil-smiley-019.gif
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post #1807 of 1962
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Hey Chopper. I used to be one of the 83xx Vishera Owners Club members... What took you so long?? I got tired of AMD not doing anything, so I went to an i7 Devil's Canyon 4790K w/ Maximus VII Formula... Then I graduated to the 6700K w/ Maximus VIII Gene (a smaller form factor suggested by Darlene) and put it in a Two-Tone CaseLabs S5...

Anyway, Good deal on the CPU, if it doesn't turn out to be a dog!! The M8H. It's a really decent OC board, lots of features, the best bang for the buck - IMHO

On the RAM, I'm using Corsair Dominator 3000MHz 15-17-17-35-2 XMP Profile. Look in the Manual (download it online from Asus Support, and check out the tested RAM, I was lucky, I bought some new Dominator 3000 MHz (that was on the chart) on eBay - Cheap! Of coarse you can always try others...

The VRM cooling is adequate, not on fire like AMD boards... lachen.gif Of coarse, it wouldn't hurt anything - PLUS it would look cool to have a mono-block... I thought about one. but decided that I change out CPU's to often to keep doing the VRM's over, when I change a CPU. Now, if you where really serious, and wanted to spend a couple hundred more, you could get the M8F, it has it's own water block, made by EK thumb.gif I'm looking at a separate VRM block...

Watch out when you get started OC'ing, the Intel's are not as tough as AMD... Degradation happens much, much, sooner than a good 'ol FX-8350... devil-smiley-019.gif

Haa.
I didn't really have the money. And you have to agree: Vishera's are fun to clock.
Besides.. it really did the trick for me. And it still does. IMO it has aged pretty good considering how it keeps up while Intel is generations ahead.

I'll have to see how it plays. Can I see something on the chip (serial or whatever) to judge what I might have bought?

I'm not really into Corsair ram anymore since DDR2. Those were the times that they really Dominated IMO.
DDR3 didn't really cut it for me. G.skill's are king. Can't talk about DDR4 as I haven't played with it.

Maybe I will drop another 10 on it and just grab some 3200 c15 ram.
Though I have read that disabling XMP gives you more OC headroom. Setting ram manually I mean.

I've thought about grabbing the Formula but I don't think it is worth the extra 100 bucks. Besides I really don't like them leds....
The Hero should pratically be the same board apart from the Armor, leds and block.

Thanks for the tip on taking it easy. I'd be really sad if I kill that chip fast.
I do tend to clock hard. lachen.gif
My fx-8320 sure likes it. Have benched her up to 5.3ghz.


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post #1808 of 1962
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Haa.
I didn't really have the money. And you have to agree: Vishera's are fun to clock.
Besides.. it really did the trick for me. And it still does. IMO it has aged pretty good considering how it keeps up while Intel is generations ahead.

I'll have to see how it plays. Can I see something on the chip (serial or whatever) to judge what I might have bought?

I'm not really into Corsair ram anymore since DDR2. Those were the times that they really Dominated IMO.
DDR3 didn't really cut it for me. G.skill's are king. Can't talk about DDR4 as I haven't played with it.

Maybe I will drop another 10 on it and just grab some 3200 c15 ram.
Though I have read that disabling XMP gives you more OC headroom. Setting ram manually I mean.

I've thought about grabbing the Formula but I don't think it is worth the extra 100 bucks. Besides I really don't like them leds....
The Hero should pratically be the same board apart from the Armor, leds and block.

Thanks for the tip on taking it easy. I'd be really sad if I kill that chip fast.
I do tend to clock hard. lachen.gif
My fx-8320 sure likes it. Have benched her up to 5.3ghz.


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Yeah, I'm disappointed with AMD. They keep on sayin' this, that, and the other thing... Seems like they don't get anywhere! I think they lost it in the CPU market as long as the GPU market (they're making low end and medium range GPU's now). I remember when my Crossfired 290X's, were the cream of the crop! And Tough! I traded in my FX-8350 and got an i7 4790K. MAN did that processor ever open up the 290X's!!

So, with the Z170 SkyLake. I went to Nvidia for the GPU's, another HUGE improvement! All that's left is to go to the X99 format...
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Yeah, I'm disappointed with AMD. They keep on sayin' this, that, and the other thing... Seems like they don't get anywhere! I think they lost it in the CPU market as long as the GPU market (they're making low end and medium range GPU's now). I remember when my Crossfired 290X's, were the cream of the crop! And Tough! I traded in my FX-8350 and got an i7 4790K. MAN did that processor ever open up the 290X's!!

So, with the Z170 SkyLake. I went to Nvidia for the GPU's, another HUGE improvement! All that's left is to go to the X99 format...

I am still perfectly happy with my single r9 290.

Waiting for Vega now before upgrading.

It's not that amd is losing. Far from that actually. They changed their aim and are pretty dominating in the low and mid section (which is the biggest market). In the APU segment they are boss not even to mention the console market. I think they play it pretty smart.

I am interested in Zen.. although I don't expect that much from it. We'll see.
    
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I am still perfectly happy with my single r9 290.

Waiting for Vega now before upgrading.

It's not that amd is losing. Far from that actually. They changed their aim and are pretty dominating in the low and mid section (which is the biggest market). In the APU segment they are boss not even to mention the console market. I think they play it pretty smart.

I am interested in Zen.. although I don't expect that much from it. We'll see.

Here's a comparison of FireStike scores, with the different changes I've made...

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/7927515/fs/4823373/fs/8812738

Notice the difference between the FX8350 and then the 4790K - all using the same 290X's in CFX!

Also, you may want to join this group...

http://www.overclock.net/t/1570313/skylake-overclocking-guide-with-statistics/0_30
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