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Hrm good thought and I should have thought of about include the wattage each cpu is consuming when comparing. I will see if he can rerun his and give me that information to compare to mine.
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Well I just was looking over things again for anything before I take apart the evo block to check my jet plate install and flush the loop with fresh distilled. I noticed my board was switched into bios B the whole time I have had it (came out of the box apparently like that or I bumped it on the original install). I checked the book and sure enough I was on the "backup" bios. Switched back to the primary and re-ran the aida 64 (left in pic) and XTU (right in pic) for 10 minutes to compare to the samples in my OP for temps.

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/205025283726770187/214112617478881281/new_stock_temps.jpg

Ambient temp is pretty close.. maybe a degree or 2 F difference in the room.

There is a comment from ASrock that bios B provides additional stability and such but I cannot qualify that with anything like additional voltage or something. Temps are a bit cooler, especially in XTU but dont know if it is so much that it could be more than the ambient change.
Edited by DarthPeanut - 8/13/16 at 1:31pm
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Welllll I discovered my problem!

Apparently I potato'd something in the cpu block and I almost positive it was the jet plate managed to shift when I assembled it blocking off the flow into the channels. Hard to tell 100% because when I pulled it apart the plate could have been bumped out of place but I dont think so.

Rebuilt it a second time checking everything like a million times and re-bled.

Sitting idle for a minute or so it will drop in the mid 20C range. Aida64 cpu only didnt break out of the upper 50C range peak. XTU consistently was mid 60C range with 1.23x volts. Room temps again around 26C like it normally is the time of day I am coming home.

Simple mistake made 10+C difference easily.
Edited by DarthPeanut - 8/17/16 at 5:37pm
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