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my NZXT x62 blows into my case, directly into my GPU, and my temps are not higher on the GPU; that's a sign of bad airflow, not bad placement.

And your temps are lower?

I have no screenshots right now, but @ load (AIDA64 stress) - with +2000 offset to my 1.1875 (1700 @3.95) total voltage 1.3875 LLC 3 (Asrock Killer SLI/AC)
I peak at 64/65C (after 51 min)

GPU (980 TI AMP Extreme! @ 1575) is also around mid 60s when I run realbench (CPU temps are a bit lower hitting 62s)

VRMs also don't quite hit 70C.

(I'm not done tweaking - will try for 4.0ghz later this week) this is a horrible picture though - (all testing was done with the case side ON)

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I have no screenshots right now, but @ load (AIDA64 stress) - with +2000 offset to my 1.1875 (1700 @3.95) total voltage 1.3875 LLC 3 (Asrock Killer SLI/AC)
I peak at 64/65C (after 51 min)

GPU (980 TI AMP Extreme! @ 1575) is also around mid 60s when I run realbench (CPU temps are a bit lower hitting 62s)

VRMs also don't quite hit 70C.

(I'm not done tweaking - will try for 4.0ghz later this week) this is a horrible picture though - (all testing was done with the case side ON)


Thanks for that - I think I might have to take my rad out and turn fans around, see how that goes - fans on top are blowing out so should take lots of the warm air straight out.

Edit: what kind of case is that? Whats with the white ducting?
Edited by crakej - 4/24/17 at 11:13am
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I have no screenshots right now, but @ load (AIDA64 stress) - with +2000 offset to my 1.1875 (1700 @3.95) total voltage 1.3875 LLC 3 (Asrock Killer SLI/AC)
I peak at 64/65C (after 51 min)

GPU (980 TI AMP Extreme! @ 1575) is also around mid 60s when I run realbench (CPU temps are a bit lower hitting 62s)

VRMs also don't quite hit 70C.

(I'm not done tweaking - will try for 4.0ghz later this week) this is a horrible picture though - (all testing was done with the case side ON)


Thanks for that - I think I might have to take my rad out and turn it around, see how that goes - fans on top are blowing out so should take lots of the warm air straight out.

both of those ducted fans on my picture are actually INTAKES. help keep VRMs a bit cool.
so, yes all of my fans are intaked and profiled.
my rear PCIe slots are all vented, so that is where all the heat goes, right past the GPU.

it has been determined (I forgot where I saw this test) but AIOs work MUCH MUCH better as intakes.
and in general with water-cooling - intakes are better than exhaust for the cooler.


with my previous cooler - a NH-D15s - after multiple re-mountings - with my last overclock
3.8 ghz (+.11750 to base of 1.1875) - I was hitting 74-76C with the same testing. (with MORE airflow than now)

so.. the air junkies can say one thing, or another; but in my experience; AIOs are Superior for my use case.
my temps are cooler, with more voltage and more clock; the new AER P fans are quieter than the noctuas.

Win-Win-Win.
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Then people need to stop buying " average AIO's " if you buy junk, its going to perform like junk. You get what you pay for. wink.gif

Ugh more sensationalism. AIO are fine and a nice alternative to a big bulky air cooler. They cool just fine. are they as good as custom loops? Obviously not. But can we be a bit more factual?
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IBT AVX, Archon IB-E X2, room temp 25°C .

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As I thought GFlops were a bit low I did

1x loop, no HWiNFO, HPET On.

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1x loop, HWiNFO 1000ms polling, HPET On.

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1x loop, no HWiNFO, HPET Off.

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10x loop, HWiNFO 1000ms polling, HPET Off (disabled prior to run/reboot, just using BCEDIT to show status).

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10x loop, HWiNFO 1000ms polling, HPET On (enabled prior to run/reboot, just using BCEDIT to show status).

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Luv'ing the Archon IB-E X2 biggrin.gif . Ryzen is AMAZINGLY quiet for stability testing than my i5 4690K 4.9GHz @ 1.255V, normal use/gaming both were same. Some other "back to back" test in this post.

Originally I had Archon SB-E X2, as highlighted in the linked thread I had an issue. Plan is to sell the SB-E now, it cost £14 2nd hand off ebay, I had 0 qualms buying it, what was the worst fault it could have? a faulty fan.

I do plan to go custom WC this summer, just for build experience, not because Ryzen need it IMO.
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both of those ducted fans on my picture are actually INTAKES. help keep VRMs a bit cool.
so, yes all of my fans are intaked and profiled.
my rear PCIe slots are all vented, so that is where all the heat goes, right past the GPU.

it has been determined (I forgot where I saw this test) but AIOs work MUCH MUCH better as intakes.
and in general with water-cooling - intakes are better than exhaust for the cooler.


with my previous cooler - a NH-D15s - after multiple re-mountings - with my last overclock
3.8 ghz (+.11750 to base of 1.1875) - I was hitting 74-76C with the same testing. (with MORE airflow than now)

so.. the air junkies can say one thing, or another; but in my experience; AIOs are Superior for my use case.
my temps are cooler, with more voltage and more clock; the new AER P fans are quieter than the noctuas.

Win-Win-Win.

So you have no exhausts and you're Rad is blowing hot air into the rest of your system? I thought that my system was much more efficient
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Originally Posted by drdrache View Post

both of those ducted fans on my picture are actually INTAKES. help keep VRMs a bit cool.
so, yes all of my fans are intaked and profiled.
my rear PCIe slots are all vented, so that is where all the heat goes, right past the GPU.

it has been determined (I forgot where I saw this test) but AIOs work MUCH MUCH better as intakes.
and in general with water-cooling - intakes are better than exhaust for the cooler.


with my previous cooler - a NH-D15s - after multiple re-mountings - with my last overclock
3.8 ghz (+.11750 to base of 1.1875) - I was hitting 74-76C with the same testing. (with MORE airflow than now)

so.. the air junkies can say one thing, or another; but in my experience; AIOs are Superior for my use case.
my temps are cooler, with more voltage and more clock; the new AER P fans are quieter than the noctuas.

Win-Win-Win.



4 120mm Intakes on low (Inside the front panel), 1 120mm Exhaust (rear), and a 280mm Rad on Exhaust (top) with room for 2 120/140mm Fans left in the top/back (But I don't see much use for them).
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So, what people around here have settle for 24/7 OCs? Im at 3917mhz with vcore around ~1.36v doing 61C on Y-Cruncher. I know AMD recommends 1.35v to be on the safe side, and im a little higher than that, does this poses the risk of the CPU not lasting until the next Zen revision? So around 2 years tops?
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2933C16 MAX on my limited tests. But mine were single stick package rather than in kit form.
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Binning is really important on Hynix since they aren't as flexible as Sammy B. A higher SPD kit would prolly fair a little bit better.

Still nice work extracting what you got from it. thumb.gif
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I have 4.925Mhz @ 1.35v w/ 3200 14-14-14-32-1T RAM.
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So, what people around here have settle for 24/7 OCs? Im at 3917mhz with vcore around ~1.36v doing 61C on Y-Cruncher. I know AMD recommends 1.35v to be on the safe side, and im a little higher than that, does this poses the risk of the CPU not lasting until the next Zen revision? So around 2 years tops?

a) software lies. 1.36 on your motherboard is actually lower at the socket.

b) noone outside of amd has any idea what long term "high" voltage does. If they've run an engineering sample at high clocks/voltages for an extended period of time, they ain't sharing.
The LPP process itself at mass production level isn't that old either. AMD was probably conservative, a prudent approach for a business. Bottom line, go with your gut.

I'd say your good to go without worrying about being over amd's safe voltage of 1.35. Not on the x370 pro you're running.
Edited by yendor - 4/24/17 at 11:53am
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