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post #21 of 27
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ok doyll@doyll thanks for help .

now what's is my alternative for use these components and keep cpu cool for slice overclock :

CPU: intel i7 6700K
MB:Asus Z170 ROG Maximus VIII Hero alpha
Ram: GSkill Trident Z 2×8GB=16GB DDR4 3000MHz CL15
VGA: MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X
Power: EVGA 750w G2
Case: Deepcool dukase V2
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HDD:2X WD Blue 4TB
SSD:Samsung 850pro 128GB
SSD:Plextor M7V M2 2280 SSD 256GB

1x Pci-e DVBs Card
post #22 of 27
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After make a headache @doyll #sorrybro blushsmiley.gif for answer my newbie questions finally here is last result for people want buy thermalright la grand macho with pair of Gskill Trident Z ram. yes you are safe.
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if you are bad luck in silicon lottery like me so far with Bios V2202,min/max cache ratio 40 and ram in base frequency 2133mhz try get 4.6Ghz but no chance even in vcore 1.42 after that i give up of 4.6Ghz...mad.gif

now i have a stable (( 1 hour Asus RealBench Stress test)) at 4.5ghz in 69c with 1.37 vcore voltage.
helpinghand.gif but i'm sure if try change Base cache ratio and ram frequency i need more voltage and i hate it
Here is This PC components ! (Click to show)
CPU: intel Core i7 6700K
MB:Asus Z170 ROG Maximus VIII Hero alpha
Ram: GSkill Trident Z 2×8GB=16GB DDR4 3200MHz CL16
VGA: MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X
Power: EVGA 750w G2
Case: Deepcool dukase V2

SSD:Samsung 850 EVO 250GB
HDD:1X seagate 1TB st1000dm003
HDD:2X WD Blue 4TB
1x Pci-e DVBs Card
CPU Air cooler: thermalright le grand macho RT
2x PWM Fan 120mm 1400rpm [Front]
2x PWM Fan 140mm 1600rpm [UP]
1x PWM 120mm 2000rpm [back]

anyway
thanks to all for reading thinking and helping me
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Edited by hichkas - 10/2/16 at 7:03pm
post #23 of 27
Looks like it should work well.
Have you checked CPU and GPU intake air temps?
post #24 of 27
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

Looks like it should work well.
Have you checked CPU and GPU intake air temps?
i am not sure what do you mean?!! Give me an example of CPU&GPU intake air temps ? thanks
post #25 of 27
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Originally Posted by hichkas View Post

i am not sure what do you mean?!! Give me an example of CPU&GPU intake air temps ? thanks
Monitor air temperature into component instead of using room temperature. Doing this shows us how much warmer the air going into component is than the room air going into case, and if it's more then 5c above room we can usually adjust case airflow to lower the component intake to 5c or less above room temp. wink.gif
post #26 of 27
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

Monitor air temperature into component instead of using room temperature. Doing this shows us how much warmer the air going into component is than the room air going into case, and if it's more then 5c above room we can usually adjust case airflow to lower the component intake to 5c or less above room temp. wink.gif
perfect let me see find a cheap air thermometer in my stupid country headscratch.gif
post #27 of 27
Your temps are okay now, but when you get the GTX 1070 and are putting another 150 watts of heat into the case it might go up.

Best way to be sure components are getting cool air is to know what that air temperature acutally is. thumb.gif
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