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post #6541 of 11514
It's amazing how much more voltage I need to get stable over 4ghz. I swear there is a soft lock on OC potential. I'm at 1.475v but with LLC it reads 1.488v
Just for 4.025ghz.
My 4ghz is rock solid at 1.375 or 1.4v
post #6542 of 11514
As much as i love this amd stock cooler (looks great) i may have to order me up a cryorig H5 or be quiet dark rock 3, just to see what my chip is capable of lol.
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Why not AIO
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Just an air cooler type of guy, i like that it blows over the VRM's and stuff, plus quieter.

Cryorig H5 and be quiet dark rock 3 are only ones i find acceptable aesthetics wise lol.
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Yah cuz my two fans on the rad don't create turbulence around the cpu socket at all. my vrms are dying right now. *sarcasm*
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Just an air cooler type of guy, i like that it blows over the VRM's and stuff, plus quieter.

Cryorig H5 and be quiet dark rock 3 are only ones i find acceptable aesthetics wise lol.

It depends on the AIO. My H110i GT hasn't even kicked into high gear with hours of CSGO and messing with stuff. Most of the time I hear my heating system over my computer.
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xD just get this. i was able to do 4ghz just fine on it before i went AIO

note the file name of the picture
post #6548 of 11514
Which software is accurate to measure the real VCore? HWInfo has two values, one of them in the Mobo Section is the same as with HWMonitor, the other one called CPU VCore is "much" lower. redface.gif
post #6549 of 11514
what motherboard? use included software. the asrock* software shows what the mobo does in the bios
Edited by navjack27 - 3/27/17 at 2:33pm
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Just a heads up I think Intel burn test stresses the CPU too hard, its certainly like ultimate stability test, but friend who is 100% rock stable on 4.0 can't pass Intel burn test either. I couldn't pass it at 1.475 @ 3.95 or even 3.9. Aida would pass though just fine.

IBT draws like maximum of 180w instead of Aida which draws like max 150


I would not say Intel burn test, is to hard. One can start off with the standard test, and work there way up as far as they like. I think if you can pass at the very high level, your computer is pretty darn stable. I wanted stable as possible, my 1700 at 3.8 running 1.274v on air, was the best I could do to be able to pass Intel burn test on maximum.

Thing is I don't think Anyone can pass IBT @ 4.0, if they can its likely well above 1.45v.

And I haven't heard Anything about stability issues with people just using Aida64 as a stability test. Hence why I'm thinking IBT is too harsh for Ryzen.
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