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post #1361 of 2005
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Why not compare your apples to my apples? - plop a fan on your VRM heatsinks and see what you get for VRM temps on an hour of prime 95 blend - even if you want to run stock clocks , I'd be interested in seeing those temps as well.



I don't have a place to mount a fan, and I suspect most people don't either, or wouldn't even know enough to do so even if they could. No fan is a more realistic test.
post #1362 of 2005
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You're throwing me an insult and ask me not to get offended. That makes you the third different person who straight off insults me in three pages.

You know who doesn't know what he is talking about? Let me show some examples:

 

If you took it as a straight insult - you only have yourself to blame. Instead of acting all worked up, explain why I am wrong and I'll happily retract my statement. Until then - my labelling you as a convenient agreer doesn't change.

 

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 Right now you said I posted images. I did not post related images, not even linked to them. I said that they were posted 10 pages ago or so.

 

Yes, you're right. You quoted them, not posted them. Apologies.

 

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I don't have a place to mount a fan, and I suspect most people don't either, or wouldn't even know enough to do so even if they could. No fan is a more realistic test.

 

Same here. I'd actually like to try it, but there's no place I can realistically mount a fan other than ghetto rigging it somewhere - something the laziness in me would not rather do if it's not going to stay there.

   
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post #1363 of 2005
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Why not compare your apples to my apples? - plop a fan on your VRM heatsinks and see what you get for VRM temps on an hour of prime 95 blend - even if you want to run stock clocks , I'd be interested in seeing those temps as well.



I don't have a place to mount a fan, and I suspect most people don't either, or wouldn't even know enough to do so even if they could. No fan is a more realistic test.

Just set a 120mm on top of your graphics card , it's what I do smile.gif
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post #1364 of 2005
Here are some numbers from when I was testing at 1.375V, although I didn't run Prime. AFAIK Temperatures 3 - 6 are my VRM temps. I could touch the heatsink during IBT and it was just mildly warm.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1624139/official-ryzen-7-1800x-1700x-1700-owners-club-4ghz-club/#post_26000478
post #1365 of 2005
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Why not compare your apples to my apples? - plop a fan on your VRM heatsinks and see what you get for VRM temps on an hour of prime 95 blend - even if you want to run stock clocks , I'd be interested in seeing those temps as well.



I can do that but i'm doubtful it will work miracles on K7. Better temps sure but not miracles.

Other boards I am fairly certain would be fairly low.
post #1366 of 2005
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If you took it as a straight insult - you only have yourself to blame. Instead of acting all worked up, explain why I am wrong and I'll happily retract my statement. Until then - my labelling you as a convenient agreer doesn't change.


Yes, you're right. You quoted them, not posted them. Apologies.

As long as you have freedom of speech, you are free to your opinion, no matter what the said opinion is.

So according to you, if I come and visit there, rape you, beat you and cut your limbs off, it'll be your fault if you get offended, despite what I might have done to you. You're free to think like that and I'm free to disagree.

Anyway, your apology is accepted. If you search my post history you'll see me saying pretty much what the person I agreed with said, far before he said it.

As for my statements regarding the vrms in question, I actually took the time to do a rough performance estimation of each, based on specs and application and reached a conclusion. If you want more info, feel free to ask.
post #1367 of 2005
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Why not compare your apples to my apples? - plop a fan on your VRM heatsinks and see what you get for VRM temps on an hour of prime 95 blend - even if you want to run stock clocks , I'd be interested in seeing those temps as well.



I can do that but i'm doubtful it will work miracles on K7. Better temps sure but not miracles.

Other boards I am fairly certain would be fairly low.

Default prime 95 blend settings, 70 F ambient were what I used. Direct airflow over the VRM heatsinks , none of the back side of motherboard.
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post #1368 of 2005
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Default prime 95 blend settings, 70 F ambient were what I used. Direct airflow over the VRM heatsinks , none of the back side of motherboard.

Well my wife likes 74f ambients as evident in my videos but close enough.

Happy wife = happy life
post #1369 of 2005
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Default prime 95 blend settings, 70 F ambient were what I used. Direct airflow over the VRM heatsinks , none of the back side of motherboard.

Well my wife likes 74f ambients as evident in my videos but close enough.

Happy wife = happy life

I know how that goes smile.gif . Chew's wife temp offset = enable lol
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post #1370 of 2005
Water on mobo fun stuff.

Don't try this at home kids smile.gif

https://youtu.be/7l8Usv44tXQ
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