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I just got myself one of these Leadex Titanium cool.gif


https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B010IYY59Y/ref=pe_385721_37986871_TE_item

http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/super-flower-leadex-titanium-1000w-psu,review-33400.html


Will replace my old and trusty Evga G2, you think it'll ensure enough power for even a TXP sli now?
I think you will be seriously pushing the PSU *if* you intend to power overclocked BW-E + 2x overclocked Titan X SLI + custom loop with D5 pump.
I recommend minimum 1200W. 1500W is better.
But for a single Titan X, why not.
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Without knowing your room temperature nor custom loop setup, it's difficult to tell. However, 75C in the hottest core during RealBench seems quite high for custom loop. Package temp must be around or even over 80C. This means during OCCT, it'll reach near or over 90C. Way too high for custom loop.
Try OCCT and see CPU Package Temp.
arrow, To give you an idea - I think I may have posted this here already, but I've been measuring all my boxes from the wall recently to make sure I was not going to overload circuits under 100% load.

I measured my 4.4 6950x, 2x1080ti OC ~2000 SLI, 2 D5 pumps system... 800-850w from the wall in aida64 stress including GPU. Which is not even as bad as it gets...
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I have a kit of quad channel Corsair Dominator Platinum 2666MHz, are there any noticeable performance gains to be had for gaming and general usage when OC the memory?

Does the turbo 3.0 feature work even when CPU is overclocked? Can I have one core higher than the others?

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I think I can easily make it, I'm never overclocking my both cpu in full load and gpu for stress test. In gaming the cpu itself is reaching lower power loads (when gaming) besides I have a 6 core cpu, one D5 and some fans (micro-atx case). And the psu itself is a better performing than many other 1k psu's.
But maybe yeah, I'll better try not to and wait for Volta flagship
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I have a kit of quad channel Corsair Dominator Platinum 2666MHz, are there any noticeable performance gains to be had for gaming and general usage when OC the memory?

Does the turbo 3.0 feature work even when CPU is overclocked? Can I have one core higher than the others?

Thanks,

yes games benefit form OC ram example : battlefield 1 and fallout 4

http://www.gamersnexus.net/game-bench/2677-bf1-ram-benchmark-frequency-8gb-enough/page-2
http://www.techspot.com/review/1089-fallout-4-benchmarks/page6.html

Turbo boost 3.0 is a useless feature. It makes 1 cores to run at 4 Ghz (specified by intel) and the other at 3.7 Ghz (Default by intel without OC for the 6900K, for the 6800K, it is a little lower)

most of the load will be on the cores running at 4 Ghz (90-100% usage) and the rest of the load will be on the other cores.
I tested it before OC my 6900K, and causes so many spikes, stutter in battlefield 1.
OC your CPU at 4- 4.2 Ghz on all cores will be so much better.

I have 6900K 4.2Ghz 1.271V
OC RAM 3200 Mhz C16 (1.36V), VCCIO 0.936V (AUTO), VCCSA : 1.152 V
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I think you will be seriously pushing the PSU *if* you intend to power overclocked BW-E + 2x overclocked Titan X SLI + custom loop with D5 pump.
I recommend minimum 1200W. 1500W is better.
But for a single Titan X, why not.

Naw, 1000W is perfectly sufficient. You need to be doing some serious power hogs with 6950X and 2x overclocked TXP with power mods in order to reach the limits of 1000W. I really have only seen my system pull over 1000W when I was running KPE 980Tis overvolted.
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nice.. great "toy" thumb.gif"

This is my 24/7 OC past 300+% HCI Memtest. @Jpmboy can you please look at my memory settings and give me some of your wisdom. What is the best way to get the RTL(CHC) DO and IO-L (CHA) DO in line? I have tried increasing the DRAM, VCCSA and VCCIO voltage. It changes the channels to alternate 53, 55 and 10, 8. Is the (tWTR-L) and (tRTP) to high? CPU at 4.2GHz 1.2v, Cashe 3.3GHz 0.040v offset, DRAM 1.360v, VCCIN 1.914v, VCCSA 1.195v and VCCIO 0.960v. First is the stock XMP profile picture and second is the new OC for memory picture. Thanks for your help. thumb.gif




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so i finally got my 6800k stable on my msi x99a gaming pro carbon mobo after about a month of messing with settings here and there, man was is it a headache. so i am running my 6800k at 1.35 volts 3 of the cores are running at 4.4 ghz and the other 3 at 4.3 ghz i have the core voltage set to override (manual) not adaptive or offset. avx is set to -2, vccin is set to 1.75 , ram is set to xmp with 3000 mhz corsair vengeance led 1.35 volts with sa set to 1.325, vdroop is set to 100% (enthusiastic). and i think thats everything that i had to change in the uefi. okay now to temps while idle sits right around 40ish and under load the hottest it got under real bench 3 hour pass was the high 60's like 68. now i do have a open loop which consists of a d5 pump Mcp655 480 mm rad from coolgate and 8 120mm fans in push pull config. and it is all sitting inside of a thermaltake core p5 (open chasis).
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so i finally got my 6800k stable on my msi x99a gaming pro carbon mobo after about a month of messing with settings here and there, man was is it a headache. so i am running my 6800k at 1.35 volts 3 of the cores are running at 4.4 ghz and the other 3 at 4.3 ghz i have the core voltage set to override (manual) not adaptive or offset. avx is set to -2, vccin is set to 1.75 , ram is set to xmp with 3000 mhz corsair vengeance led 1.35 volts with sa set to 1.325, vdroop is set to 100% (enthusiastic). and i think thats everything that i had to change in the uefi. okay now to temps while idle sits right around 40ish and under load the hottest it got under real bench 3 hour pass was the high 60's like 68. now i do have a open loop which consists of a d5 pump Mcp655 480 mm rad from coolgate and 8 120mm fans in push pull config. and it is all sitting inside of a thermaltake core p5 (open chasis).
RUBEN

I have the GODLIKE Gaming carbon very similar. I am not sure what methodology you use in overclocking your system. With what you have posted I would say your VCCIN is low it should be at least .45v above your core voltage. Your VCCSA at 1.325 is way to high you might try balancing this with VCCIO. With these boards best to manually overclocking your memory. Did your XMP profile overclock you cashe (Ring)? This will impact your core voltage as well as your memory. Your Idle temps are high for water cooling. Take a look at these links below great information: thumb.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1569364/official-ddr4-z170-z270-and-x99-24-7-memory-stability-thread
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I have the GODLIKE Gaming carbon very similar. I am not sure what methodology you use in overclocking your system. With what you have posted I would say your VCCIN is low it should be at least .45v above your core voltage. Your VCCSA at 1.325 is way to high you might try balancing this with VCCIO. With these boards best to manually overclocking your memory. Did your XMP profile overclock you cashe (Ring)? This will impact your core voltage as well as your memory. Your Idle temps are high for water cooling. Take a look at these links below great information: thumb.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1569364/official-ddr4-z170-z270-and-x99-24-7-memory-stability-thread
no it is not my VCCSA it is just my SA that is at 1.325 and from everything that i have read it is at the highest suppose to be at 1.35. yes my xmp did oc my cache but i adjusted that after and i manually also put my memory at 3000.
why do u say my temps are to high i thought it was 95 c where u begin to see throttling and the highest of any cores is mid 60's.
THANKS
RUBEN
wait let me check real quick
yeah it is my cpu sa votage that is set to 1.325
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