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I give up on Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/61h7o7/just_sharing_oc_tests_from_1800x/dfeg1rw/

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I personally would not compare either.

Aio is hardly better than air until you get into swiftech units or ek and even those are rather sub par for optimal temps compared to real water setups.
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Thats a sick curve, i didnt see the need for it so went with a regular one. Glad i did though, freesync and ultrawide is a hell of a combo. I may go vega and 1440 ultrawide but i am not sure yet.

Yeah, having Freesync has been nice with this monitor. That running with Chill and the fans barely spin while gaming. smile.gif

Only downside is watching fullscreen 16:9 video seem so... small.

biggrin.gif Rather odd considering I actually went the other way, to 16:10. Your ultrawides seem so... strretched. tongue.gif
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Ok i give up for today. Ive spent the last 3 hrs just trying to get the pc to boot past 2133mhz on the ram and im burnt out just on opening the case to reset the CMOS.
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yup 1800x cannot hit 4.0, let alone 3.95 . 3.9 isn't even stable. 3.875 is so far. (1.488vcore for 3.95/4.0) unstable.

What makes me wonder stock it XFR's to 4.1 no problem, why is that? Are first 2 cores binned higher then? And its other cores that are unstable? And maybe 1600x or something are getting high leakage 1800/1700's that aren't passing XFR requirements

right now i'm down to 1.375v 4.0ghz on my 1800x. i'm doing some iray rendering on the cpu to stress it (while i look at hot 3d ladies in daz3d LOL) its stable as frig. no issues. i'm going to move it up to 4.025ghz just to test something. i REALLY think that there is an artificial limit going on here with overclocking.
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I personally would not compare either.

Aio is hardly better than air until you get into swiftech units or ek and even those are rather sub par for optimal temps compared to real water setups.
I wouldn't disagree, I generally go with an AIO as I prefer the look over a huge chunk of metal in my window.

But an n12c being 20C cooler than a H110i? No chance.
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this is my kit. can't go above 2400mhz atm frown.gif

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I bought these Ripjaws for 144usd because they have the same timings as the Trident Z. I'm hoping that wasn't a mistake.

I have those same sticks and the run XMP on my ASRock X370 Professional Gaming using beta bios 1.55 at 3200c14 without issue. HWINFO reports the chips are Samsung.



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pfffttttt sure. i guess at lower watts an air cooler isn't any better... but you can totally oversaturate the tdp of the block of metal of an air cooler... only way you can make that soak more heat is have a bigger block of metal hanging off of your cpu socket.
i like AIOs cuz of the lack of maintenance compared to a loop. its all one thing. it follows the same laws of physics that a normal rad follows. more fins bigger etc more heat soaked...
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