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Ya those temps are terrible man mine are better then that with air at 1.36v. What method are you using to apply thermal paste ?

Line method with gelid tim what are your max temps and in what stress test?
post #8612 of 11360
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Line method with gelid tim what are your max temps and in what stress test?
Exact same test as you n hottest core peak is 74°. In OCCT I thinj it peaked at 82°. I'm like 6 hours in right now at 4.6ghz 1.36v using x264 and peak is 74°. My only other guess would be the pump is not up for such a large loop.
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Exact same test as you n hottest core peak is 74°. In OCCT I thinj it peaked at 82°. I'm like 6 hours in right now at 4.6ghz 1.36v using x264 and peak is 74°. My only other guess would be the pump is not up for such a large loop.

The loop is fairly mild. the pump flows really well actually. Correct me if i'm wrong but a single D5 should be more than enough for 2 blocks and 2 rads? what heatsink are you using?
post #8614 of 11360
I'm running 4.7 @ 1.405v and my temps in x264 top out at 64C.
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I'm running 4.7 @ 1.405v and my temps in x264 top out at 64C.

interesting, did you delid and your sig says you've got a quad and a tripple rad!?! lol
post #8616 of 11360
Thermaltake NiC C5. Does a good job its basically a copy of an old thermalright true spirit with 2 99cfm fans. My OCCT temps are with fans running 1800rpm but my x264 temps are with running at 1100rpm. Which us usually about 3-4° warmer then 1800rpm. Maybe it is I'm not sure. I know a bit about water but not a lot by any means. Just ordered 2 gentle typhoons 2150rpm pwm. Stock fans are stupid loud over about 1200rpm.
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interesting, did you delid and your sig says you've got a quad and a tripple rad!?! lol

No delid.

Correct, 60mm 360 and 480 in push/pull. Being lazy currently and haven't put block on my Titan XP. Waiting on backplate to do it in one swoop.
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I've got 5 bit fenix spectre pro fans. 1 as and exhaust, 2 pushing in the front rad, and the other 2 are pulling out the top. I'm not super happy with them and eventually want to switch to some EK vardar fans
post #8619 of 11360
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I've got 5 bit fenix spectre pro fans. 1 as and exhaust, 2 pushing in the front rad, and the other 2 are pulling out the top. I'm not super happy with them and eventually want to switch to some EK vardar fans

I'm using all 2200 RPM Vardars but have them set to go between 30-40% fan speed currently.
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Depends how you use your rig. I only have mine running while gaming. Very minimal amount of idle so probably just going to leave mine on manual full clocks and voltage all the time. If your rig is on 24/7 then u prob want the idle to drop clocks and voltage. Were you using offset or adaptive voltage when u bsod on startup and what do you have LLC set to ?

I used adaptive when I got the BSOD. And my LLC is set to level 5.

@misoonigiri: I have to check that, but I guess it could be 2T. But i'll check that and get back to you.
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